Summary of results and conclusions from the first phase (1988 - 1989) of the Netherlands research programme "Ecological rehabilitation Rhine"

J.A.W. de Wit, W. Admiraal, W.G. Cazemier

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    Abstract

    In 1988 a research program for the ecological rehabilitation of the river Rhine was started. In this research program three Dutch governmental institutes are working together: the Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment (D.B.W/RIZA), the National Institute for Public Health and Environmental Protection (RTVM) and the Netherlands Institute for Fishery Investigations (RTVO). The research program covers the period 1988-1991 and amounts to 20 manyears per year.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationLelystad
    PublisherRijkswaterstaat [et al.]
    Number of pages18
    Publication statusPublished - 1989

    Publication series

    NamePublikatie / Rijkswaterstaat, Dienstbinnenwateren/RIZA
    No.nr. 89.061
    NamePublications and reports of the project "Ecological rehabilitation of the Rive Rhine"
    No.no. 10
    NamePublication / Netherlands Institute for Fishery Investigations, RIVO
    No.89-04

    Keywords

    • hydrobiology
    • ecology
    • hydrology
    • rivers
    • surface water
    • water pollution
    • water quality
    • river rhine
    • ecotoxicology

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    de Wit, J. A. W., Admiraal, W., & Cazemier, W. G. (1989). Summary of results and conclusions from the first phase (1988 - 1989) of the Netherlands research programme "Ecological rehabilitation Rhine". (Publikatie / Rijkswaterstaat, Dienstbinnenwateren/RIZA; No. nr. 89.061), (Publications and reports of the project "Ecological rehabilitation of the Rive Rhine"; No. no. 10), (Publication / Netherlands Institute for Fishery Investigations, RIVO; No. 89-04). Lelystad: Rijkswaterstaat [et al.].