Trophic Relationships in Inland Waters

Proceedings of an International Symposium held in Tihany (Hungary), 1–4 September 1987

  • Editors
  • P. Biró
  • J. F. Talling
Conference proceedings

Part of the Developments in Hydrobiology book series (DIHY, volume 53)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVI
  2. Long-term changes

  3. Annual and seasonal cycles

    1. Louis Van Liere, Ramesh D. Gulati, Frederick G. Wortelboer, Eddy H. R. R. Lammens
      Pages 87-95
    2. Joseph J. Kerekes, Anthony C. Blouin, Stephen T. Beauchamp
      Pages 105-110
    3. Martin Dokulil, Alois Herzig, Albert Jagsch
      Pages 199-212
    4. Anna Stańczykowska, Przemysław Zyska, Andrzej Dombrowski, Henryk Kot, Ewa Zyska
      Pages 233-240
  4. Short-term changes and pilot-scale operations

    1. M.-L. Meijer, E. H. R. R. Lammens, A. J. P. Raat, M. P. Grimm, S. H. Hosper
      Pages 275-284
    2. E. Van Donk, R. D. Gulati, M. P. Grimm
      Pages 285-295
    3. Ferenc Szilágyi, László Somlyódy, László Koncsos
      Pages 297-306
    4. István Tátrai, G.-Tóth László, Vera Istvánovics, János Zlinszky
      Pages 307-313
    5. H. L. Golterman
      Pages 319-320
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 321-340

About these proceedings


The International Symposium on Trophic Relationships in Inland Waters, held from 1st-4th September 1987, at the Balaton Limnological Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Tihany (Hungary), was intended to give an insight into current research on limnology of inland waters. The meeting was organized on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Institute in order to promote the exchange of ideas and discussion of new results. Papers presented during the Symposium dealt with four main topics: (1) Interactions of inorganic nutrients, primary producers and bacteria, (2) Interactions between primary and secondary producers, (3) Trophic relationships between plankton and fish, (4) Studies on complex trophic systems. Participants from 18 countries presented 40 oral lectures and 15 posters, that reviewed the structure and functioning of inland water ecosystems from different aspects. Since in such functioning nutrients are main forcing factors, the pathways of nutrients., as well as trophic connections, are widely studied nowadays. The IX papers of these proceedings thus present a series of different approaches to the main results of current limnological research in this very important field. The structure of these proceedings was somewhat altered when papers were ranked into three main groups: (1) Long-term changes, (2) Annual and seasonal cycles and (3) Short-term changes and pilot scale operations. The sequence of papers within these groups follows the four main subjects discussed during the Symposium.


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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1990
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
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  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-6695-2
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-0467-5
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