Cobalt is an essential element for the growth of many marine algal species, including diatoms, chrysophytes, and dinoflagellates (Bruland et al., 1991). Cobalt has also been shown to enhance growth of some plants at low concentrations. In higher concentrations, cobalt is toxic to humans and to terrestrial and aquatic animals and plants.
Nagpal, N.K.. 2004. TECHNICAL REPORT - WATER QUALITY GUIDELINES FOR COBALT
Topic: Water Quality
Keywords: cobalt, water quality guidelines, criteria, production, uses
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