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Temporal and spatial variations of dissolved oxygen concentrations in some Dutch polder ditches

  • R. Veeningen
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Part of the Developments in Hydrobiology book series (DIHY, volume 11)

Abstract

This study deals with the temporal and spatial variations of dissolved oxygen concentration, temperature and occasionally pH in three polder ditches in the Netherlands. A routine programme including different environmental parameters served to characterize the ditch environment. Conclusions concerning water quality criteria are presented briefly.

Keywords

dissolved oxygen polder ditch diurnal and spatial variations macrophytes filamentous algae water quality 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Veeningen
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  1. 1.‘Vijverhof’ LaboratoryLimnological InstituteNieuwersluisThe Netherlands

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