Publication detail

The use of aquatic moss Fontinalis antipyretica for monitoring of metal pollution in Morava river

DIVIŠ, P. MACHÁT, J.

Original Title

The use of aquatic moss Fontinalis antipyretica for monitoring of metal pollution in Morava river

English Title

The use of aquatic moss Fontinalis antipyretica for monitoring of metal pollution in Morava river

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this work Fontinalis antipyretica moss species were used for monitoring of metal pollution in down part of Morava River (Czech Republic, South Moravia). The sampling points were located at Spytihněv, Bělov and Uherské Hradińtě. Approximately 20 grams of aquatic moss in the form of moss bags were deployed for 28 days in the river water. For analysis of accumulated metals, microwave assisted decomposition by nitric acid and hydrogen peroxide was performed and after flame atomic absorption spectrometry was used

English abstract

In this work Fontinalis antipyretica moss species were used for monitoring of metal pollution in down part of Morava River (Czech Republic, South Moravia). The sampling points were located at Spytihněv, Bělov and Uherské Hradińtě. Approximately 20 grams of aquatic moss in the form of moss bags were deployed for 28 days in the river water. For analysis of accumulated metals, microwave assisted decomposition by nitric acid and hydrogen peroxide was performed and after flame atomic absorption spectrometry was used

Keywords

aquatic moss, bioavailability, trace metals

Released

04.10.2010

ISBN

978-88-8286-228-2

Book

ISEAC 36: BOOK OF ABSTRACTS

Pages from

111

Pages to

111

BibTex


@misc{BUT61031,
  author="Pavel {Diviš}",
  title="The use of aquatic moss Fontinalis antipyretica for monitoring of metal pollution in Morava river",
  annote="In this work Fontinalis antipyretica moss species were used for monitoring of metal pollution in down part of Morava River (Czech Republic, South Moravia). The sampling points were located at
Spytihněv, Bělov and Uherské Hradińtě. Approximately 20 grams of aquatic moss in the form of moss bags were deployed for 28 days in the river water. For analysis of accumulated metals, microwave assisted decomposition by nitric acid and hydrogen peroxide was performed and after flame atomic absorption spectrometry was used",
  booktitle="ISEAC 36: BOOK OF ABSTRACTS",
  chapter="61031",
  year="2010",
  month="october",
  pages="111--111",
  type="abstract"
}