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Impact of artificial monolayer application on stored water quality at the air–water interface
Water Science and Technology
Evaporation mitigation has the potential to significantly improve water use efficiency, with repeat applications of artificial monolayer formulations the most cost-effective strategy for large water storages. Field investigations of the impact of artificial monolayers on water quality have been limited by wind and wave turbulence, and beaching. Two suspended covers differing in permeability to wind and light were used to attenuate wind turbulence, to favour the maintenance of a condenseddoi:10.2166/wst.2015.337 pmid:26398042 fatcat:4k4wy26cgvc63eiqzxmy5poswy