Trapa natans
Trapa natans
(water chestnut)

6 results for Trapa natans (water chestnut)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
4622 Trapa natans Water Quality Observational Field Trapa natans forms dense beds that create hypoxic conditions in the water column. 27617
4640 Trapa natans Water Quality Experimental Laboratory Trapa natans removes large amount of nitrogen from systems, which has positive... 28634
4645 Trapa natans Water Quality Experimental Laboratory Trapa natans effectively removes pollutants from municipal wastewater. 36951
4646 Trapa natans Water Quality Observational Field Dense beds of Trapa natans deplete the dissolved oxygen of systems, creating hypoxic... 27643
5136 Trapa natans Water Quality Observational Field Low dissolved oxygen (< 2.5 mg/L) occurred within beds of Trapa natans during summer... 37750
6393 Trapa natans Water Quality Anecdotal N/A A dense infestation of Trapa natans in a waterway cuts down on available oxygen and kills... 41886

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