Patrick Kangas

Marine-Estuarine-Environmental Sciences University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
Environmental Sciences, Ecology
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Bäck S, Kauppila P, Kangas P, et al. (2015) A biological monitoring programme for the coastal waters of Finland according to the EU water framework directive 2006 Ieee Us/Eu Baltic International Symposium, Baltic 2006
Chen N, Li J, Wu Y, et al. (2015) Nutrient removal at a drinking water reservoir in China with an algal floway Ecological Engineering. 84: 506-514
Ray NE, Terlizzi DE, Kangas PC. (2015) Nitrogen and phosphorus removal by the Algal Turf Scrubber at an oyster aquaculture facility Ecological Engineering. 78: 27-32
Ray NE, Li J, Kangas PC, et al. (2015) Water quality upstream and downstream of a commercial oyster aquaculture facility in Chesapeake Bay, USA Aquacultural Engineering. 68: 35-42
Kangas P, Mulbry W. (2014) Nutrient removal from agricultural drainage water using algal turf scrubbers and solar power. Bioresource Technology. 152: 484-9
Li J, Kangas P, Terlizzi DE. (2014) A Simple Cultivation Method for Chesapeake Bay Ulva intestinalis for Algal Seed Stock North American Journal of Aquaculture. 76: 127-129
Blersch DM, Kangas PC. (2014) Signatures of self-assembly in size distributions of wood members in dam structures of Castor canadensis Global Ecology and Conservation. 2: 204-213
Blersch DM, Kangas PC, Mulbry W. (2013) Autonomous benthic algal cultivator under feedback control of ecosystem metabolism Environmental Engineering Science. 30: 53-60
Blersch DM, Kangas PC, Mulbry WW. (2013) Turbulence and nutrient interactions that control benthic algal production in an engineered cultivation raceway Algal Research. 2: 107-112
Blersch DM, Kangas PC. (2013) A modeling analysis of the sustainability of ecotourism in Belize Environment, Development and Sustainability. 15: 67-80
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