Phragmites australis australis
Phragmites australis australis
(common reed)
Plants
Exotic

9 results for Phragmites australis australis (common reed)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
4286 Phragmites australis australis Water Quality Anecdotal N/A Phragmites australis can efficiently remove agricultural run-off in waterways. 35917
5910 Phragmites australis australis Water Quality Anecdotal N/A P. australis has the potential to filter out nutrients and heavy metals from wastewater... 40751
5924 Phragmites australis australis Water Quality Observational Field P. australis bioaccumulates metals from sediments filtering them out of water with... 40899
5925 Phragmites australis australis Water Quality Experimental Laboratory P. australis recycled biomass can be used as a biosorbent removing 40-100% of Cu, Fe, and... 40753
5926 Phragmites australis australis Water Quality Experimental Laboratory Phragmites can be used as a biosorbent and was able to absorb Methylene blue and congo red... 40781
5927 Phragmites australis australis Water Quality Experimental Laboratory P. australis reduced nitrate concentrations in water in dark and light conditions with 3... 40790
5952 Phragmites australis australis Water Quality Observational Field When meadow marsh were replaced with P. australis in Long Point peninsula, Ontario... 40763
6813 Phragmites australis australis Water Quality Anecdotal N/A As a wetland plant, Phragmites improves water quality by filtration and nutrient removal. 27562
9512 Phragmites australis australis Water Quality Observational Field Phragmites australis australis alters hydrology. 42993

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