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Aquatic Plants For Phytotechnology

M. Prasad
Published 2007 · Environmental Science

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Surface flow constructed wetlands are being designed for the treatment of municipal waste waters in developed nations. However, use of constructed wetlands is not gaining momentum in tropical nations due to water scarcity and high surface evapotranspitration. But, in there countries for the bioremediation mine drainage, agricultural waste waters and flood water there is considerable scope as they have rich plant diversity.
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