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Water quality assessment with aquatic non-structural blocks made of coal ash aggregates mortars
A handful of biochemical processes occur in aquatic environments. One of the problems that are mostly encountered in such environments is caused by excess nutrient input and subsequent algal bloom. A series of studies were ...
Phyto-viability on restored land with coal ash aggregates as backfilling amendments
One of the main concerns of people in today’s world is the protection of the environment. Unnecessary constructions, inadequate waste management, and heavy transportation are the main causes of the deterioration of what ...
Development of ternary relationships among soil characteristics, CAAs amount, and groundwater quality: column percolation
Coal ash aggregates (CAAs) from a coal power plant was evaluated for use as a backfilling substitute in open pit restoration. The restoration was successfully simulated under laboratory conditions by using three dissimilar ...