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Viaroli, P. (2008). Indicators of trophic status and sensitivity to eutrophication and organic pollution in transitional waters. Scientific Research and Safeguarding of Venice, Corila Research Program 2006 Results, VI, LXIII–LXVIII. 
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Keywords: contaminazione chimica - chemical contamination, extend abstract corila, inquinamento, processi ambientali - Environmental Processes
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Collezione: Scientific Research and Safeguarding of Venice, Corila Research Program 2006 Results
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Coastal lagoons undergo a number of pressures that can primarily be attributed to an excess of organic matter and nutrient inputs from the watershed (Cloern, 2001). Further impacts are related to the human exploitation of the aquatic environment - e.g. as tourism, waterways and ports - and of biological resources - e.g. aquaculture and fish farming (Karakassis et al., 2000).
Due to the shallowness and to the inherent high sediment surface area to water volume ratios, the sediment and its resident benthic communities are the most sensitive components of the ecosystems and act as triggers for processes in the water column. Sedimentary and benthic elements support also organic matter and nutrient recycling and the reactivity of biogeochemical buffers (Golterman, 1995; De Wit et al., 2001).
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