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Mediterranean Coastal Lagoons: The Importance of Monitoring in Sediments the Biochemical Composition of Organic Matter
Monia Renzi, Francesca Provenza, Sara Pignattelli, Lucrezia Cilenti, Antonietta Specchiulli, Milva Pepi, 2019, original scientific article

Abstract: Transitional water ecosystems are targeted by the European Union (EU) Water Framework Directive (WFD, CE 2000/60) monitoring programs in coastal zones. Concerning sediments, activities performed for the WFD focus on a few variables concerning the biochemical composition of organic matter. Our research reports the effects of oxygen availability on the biochemical composition of organic matter in sediments to highlight levels of targeted variables in time and, according to the depth of sediment layer, both under oxygenated and anoxic conditions in a mesocosm study on sediment cores. Results provide evidence that tested factors of interest (i.e., disturbance type, oxygenic versus anoxic conditions; persistence time of disturbance, 0–14 days; penetration through sedimentary layers, 0–10 cm depth) are able to significantly affect the biochemical composition of organic matter in sediments. Large part of the variables considered in this study (total organic carbon (TOC), total phosphorous (TP), total sulphur (TS), Fe, carbohydrates (CHO), total proteins (PRT), biopolymeric carbon (BPC), chlorophyll-a (Chl-a) are significantly affected and correlated to the oxygenation levels and could be good early indicators of important changes of environmental conditions. Monitoring activities performed under WFD guidelines and management strategies of Mediterranean coastal lagoon ecosystems shall include the biochemical composition of organic matter in sediment to provide an exhaustive picture of such dynamic ecosystems.
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Keywords: decomposition, transitional water ecosystems, organic loads, mesocosm, monitoring programs
Published: 20.04.2020; Views: 311; Downloads: 0
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Viologen-based conjugated covalent organic networks via Zincke reaction
Tina Škorjanc, Gobinda Das, original scientific article

Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: Zincke reaction, viologen, covalent organic frameworks, covalent organic polymers
Published: 02.09.2020; Views: 105; Downloads: 0
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Highly efficient carcinogenic bromate removal from water by a cationic covalent organic framework
Ali Trabolsi, Liaqat Ali, Felipe Gandara, Dinesh Shetty, Tina Skorjanc, 2019, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: bromate, covalent organic frameworks, Zincke reaction, adsorption, water purification
Published: 03.09.2020; Views: 134; Downloads: 0
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Episode 4: Toxic bromate removed from drinking water
Dinesh Shetty, Tina Skorjanc, 2020, radio or television event

Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: bromate, covalent organic framework, water purification
Published: 03.09.2020; Views: 123; Downloads: 0
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Covalent organic frameworks for biomedical and environmental applications
Tina Skorjanc, invited lecture at foreign university

Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: pollutant removal, covalent organic polymers, drug delivery, imaging
Published: 03.09.2020; Views: 173; Downloads: 0
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Introduction of a Redox-Responsive Switch into calix[4]arene-based Covalent Organic Nanosheets for Environmental Applications
Tina Skorjanc, 2018, published scientific conference contribution abstract

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Keywords: redox chemistry, viologen, covalent organic polymers, calixarene, dye adsorption, iodine adsorption
Published: 11.09.2020; Views: 125; Downloads: 0
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