1. Home /
  2. Resources /
  3. The food-water quality nexus
Resource

The food-water quality nexus

David Werner and colleagues have published an article, "The food-water quality nexus in periurban aquacultures downstream of Bangkok, Thailand" in Science of the Total Environment.

02 September 2019

Journal Cover Science of the Total Environment

Summary

The article demonstrates the impacts of urban water pollution on small-scale coastal aquacultures downstream of Bangkok. It combines social and environmental data and demonstrates our ability to track pollution sources with advanced methods, including molecular microbiology. This could be a blue print for future interdisciplinary work on water quality issues in rapidly growing cities.

Read Article
Graphic abstract of article

Graphic abstract

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.