Water Chemistry in the Fishpond Littorals

  • B. Úlehlová
  • S. Přibil
Part of the Ecological Studies book series (ECOLSTUD, volume 28)


Water chemistry is one of the important characteristics of a water body: it depends on the geology of the area and on the chemistry of the inflowing water, and it may be influenced by the biotic components of the water body. On the other hand, it affects both the composition and the species diversity of the indigenous biota. Water chemistry is therefore sometimes used as a basis for the classification of water bodies, freshwater and wetland ecosystems (Thienemann, 1926; Naumann, 1932; Björk, 1967).


Water Chemistry Dissolve Organic Nitrogen Organic Phosphorus Dead Organic Matter Nitrogen Water 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1978

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  • B. Úlehlová
  • S. Přibil

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