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Before moving on with the four best posts that have been selected (by @jsalvage with the help of @mobbs) from all the posts found by our curators last week, here are the most supported ones:
(Edit: This is somewhat late due to posting issues with images. It seems the issues on Hive have been fixed so let's move forward!)
|@lupafilotaxia||Phytoremediation as a technique to recover contaminated water ecosystems|
|@jsalvage||Necessary understanding concerning the web and the benefits we can revel in from the Internet|
|@emiliomoron||Protection of steel by galvanizing|
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Phytoremediation as a technique to recover contaminated water ecosystems
In this entry I will present descriptive content related to phytoremediation as a technique to recover polluted water ecosystems, this due to the serious problem of pollution that crosses water ecosystems, mainly by accumulation of nutrients, heavy metals, and excessive proliferation of aquatic biomass in both natural and artificial wetlands, product of the discharge of contaminated wastewater from domestic, industrial, agricultural and livestock, causing serious problems of socio-economic and environmental.
Necessary understanding concerning the web and the benefits we can revel in from the Internet
last week, @jsalvage shared with us a handy note concerning the internet and the website. The author also made us aware of the essential features that make up the website as a whole. lookup the post's link to read more on this topic
Protection of steel by galvanizing
In this article, @emiliomoron showed us how to protect the steel from rusting by employing galvanization techniques. If you'd like to learn more about rusting, then go ahead and hit the post's link.
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