Aim of this study was to assess the present impact of water quality as a consequence of human activities on local coastal ecosystems in Singapore in order to assess its relevance in relation to marine infrastructure developments as reclamation and associated dredging. Water quality aspects in this report are delimited to chemical water quality as human induced contamination and nutrients.
|Place of Publication||Den Helder|
|Number of pages||118|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
|Name||Report / IMARES Wageningen UR|
- marine ecology
- coastal water
- water quality
- human activity
- water pollution
- ecological risk assessment
Slijkerman, D. M. E., Tamis, J. E., Klok, T. C., Langenberg, V. T., & Lescinski, J. (2011). Background risk of water quality (nutrients and contaminants) for local ecosystems of Singapore. (Report / IMARES Wageningen UR; No. C179/10). Den Helder: IMARES.