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Shallow Lakes ’95

Trophic Cascades in Shallow Freshwater and Brackish Lakes

  • Editors
  • Lech Kufel
  • Andrzej Prejs
  • Jan Igor Rybak

Part of the Developments in Hydrobiology book series (DIHY, volume 119)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Nutrient Fluxes

  3. Biotic Structure

  4. Trophic Interactions

    1. Erik Jeppesen, Jens Peder Jensen, Martin Søndergaard, Torben Lauridsen, Leif Junge Pedersen, Lars Jensen
      Pages 151-164
    2. Jutta Mayer, Martin T. Dokulil, Monika Salbrechter, Martina Berger, Thomas Posch, Gerald Pfister et al.
      Pages 165-174
    3. Teresa Węgleńska, Jolanta Ejsmont-Karabin, Jan Igor Rybak
      Pages 185-195
    4. Lene Jacobsen, Martin R. Perrow, Frank Landkildehus, Morten Hjørne, Torben L. Lauridsen, Søren Berg
      Pages 197-205
    5. Julia H. Stansfield, Martin R. Perrow, Louise D. Tench, Adrian J. D. Jowitt, Ayesha A. L. Taylor
      Pages 229-240
    6. Martin R. Perrow, J. Hans Schutten, John R. Howes, Tim Holzer, F. Jane Madgwick, Adrian J. D. Jowitt
      Pages 241-255
  5. Whole Lake Studies

    1. Brian Moss, Meryem Beklioglu, Laurence Carvalho, Sabri Kilinc, Suzanne McGowan, Deborah Stephen
      Pages 257-267
    2. Andrzej Giziński, Andrzej Kentzer, Marian Rejewski
      Pages 297-304
  6. Biomanipulation, Restoration and Management

  7. Case Studies

About this book

Introduction

Shallow lakes differ from deep ones in many aspects of nutrient dynamics, biotic structure and interactions of various trophic levels. Though very common in European lowlands, shallow lakes attract inadequate attention from research teams. This book aims at filling gaps in our knowledge of the processes which take place in non-stratified lakes. It contains proceedings from the international conference `Shallow Lakes *95' held in Mikolajki, Poland, on 20-26 August 1995. In more than 50 original papers up-to-date views on eutrophication, degradation and recovery of shallow lakes are presented.
The first four sections of the book (Nutrient fluxes, Biotic structure, Trophic interactions and Whole lake studies) deal with theoretical aspects of lake functioning while the fifth (Biomanipulation, restoration and management) is devoted to practical measures undertaken to improve water quality in shallow lakes. The book is therefore addressed to university biologists and ecologists and PhD students, as well as to managers involved in restoration of shallow lakes.

Keywords

Eutrophication Fauna Filtration Sediment algae bacteria ecosystem eutrophic lakes eutrophic shallow lakes hypertrophic reservoir phytoplankton plankton vegetation

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