By Brian Moss (auth.), E. Mortensen, E. Jeppesen, M. Søndergaard, L. Kamp Nielsen (eds.)
The nutrient dynamics and organic constitution of shallow non-stratified lakes vary markedly from that of deep and stratified lakes: for instance, the go back of meals misplaced via sedimentation is quicker and the aptitude value of fish and submerged macrophytes as food-web regulators is larger. moreover shallow lakes are extra simply inspired by means of fluctuations within the actual surroundings attributable to wind disturbance, temperature switch, and so on. even though shallow lakes are usually the most typical lake kind in lowland nations, much less awareness has been paid to them than to deep stratified lakes and few comparisons were made among shallow freshwater and brackish lakes.
the quantity is split into 5 major topics, each one brought via an invited speaker:
- Nutrient dynamics with targeted emphasis on sediment water interactions and adjustments in loading (Professor Lambertus Lyklema);
- Biological constitution and trophic interplay (Professor Stephen T. Threlkeld);
- Submerged macrophytes: dynamics and position within the lake ecosystems (Ass. Professor Kaj Sand Jensen);
- Comparison of freshwater and brackish lake ecosystems (Professor Brian Moss);
- Modelling the impression of foodstuff, the organic constitution and the restoration technique (Dr Marten Scheffer).
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