Optical properties, colour and turbidity

  • M. Dokulil
Part of the Monographiae Biologicae book series (MOBI, volume 37)

Abstract

Insolation of the lake area varies little in consecutive years (Table 15.1) and is usually higher than in other parts of Austria (Chapter 5). The maximum deviation from the average of this region was five per cent during the period 1967 to 1973.

Keywords

Biomass Chlorophyll Europe Attenuation Phytoplankton 

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