МЕТОДЫ КОНТРОЛЯ ЧИСЛЕННОСТИ ЦИАНОБАКТЕРИЙ В ВОДОЕМАХ И ОЧИСТКИ ПИТЬЕВОЙ ВОДЫ ОТ ЦИАНОТОКСИНОВ

Авторы

  • Татьяна Борисовна Калинникова Институт проблем экологии и недропользования АН РТ, 420087, Россия, г. Казань, ул. Даурская, 28
  • Марат Хамитович Гайнутдинов Институт проблем экологии и недропользования АН РТ, 420087, Россия, г. Казань, ул. Даурская, 28
  • Рифгат Роальдович Шагидуллин Институт проблем экологии и недропользования АН РТ, 420087, Россия, г. Казань, ул. Даурская, 28

Ключевые слова:

цианобактерии, цианотоксины, контроль численности цианобактерий, очистка питьевой воды от цианотоксинов

Аннотация

Цианотоксины представляют потенциальную опасность для здоровья человека при их поступлении в организм с питьевой водой. Поэтому важен контроль как численности токсичных цианобактерий на водозаборах, так и эффективности очистки питьевой воды от цианобактерий и продуцируемых ими токсинов. В работе дана характеристика уровней опасности загрязнения воды цианотоксинами и приведены программы мониторинга водных объектов в зависимости от численности цианобактерий в водоеме. Представлен обзор физических, химических и биологических методов снижения численности цианобактерий в водоемах. Рассмотрены методы очистки питьевой воды от цианотоксинов.

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Tang J.W., Wen J., Yu W.Q., Hao H.W., Chen Y., Wu M. Effects of 1.7 MHz ultrasound on a gas-vacuolate cyanobacterium and a gas-vacuole negative cyanobacterium // Colloids Surf. B, Biointerfaces. 2004. V. 36. P. 115–121.

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Zhang G.M., Zhang P.Y., Wang B., Liu H. Ultrasonic frequency effects on the removal of Microcystis aeruginosa // Ultrason. Sonochem. 2006. V. 13. P. 446–450.

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Калинникова , Т. Б., Гайнутдинов , М. Х., & Шагидуллин , Р. Р. (2019). МЕТОДЫ КОНТРОЛЯ ЧИСЛЕННОСТИ ЦИАНОБАКТЕРИЙ В ВОДОЕМАХ И ОЧИСТКИ ПИТЬЕВОЙ ВОДЫ ОТ ЦИАНОТОКСИНОВ. Российский журнал прикладной экологии, (4), 33–45. извлечено от http://rjae.ru/index.php/rjae/article/view/61

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