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Myriophyllum spicatum, an exotic submersed macrophyte causing serious lake management problems throughout much of North America, decreased markedly in biomass in Cayuga Lake, NY, USA, since the beginning of the 1990s. Over the same period, however, the total biomass of all species of submersed...
The ability of cladocerans and rotifers to utilise the cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa was tested by comparing the somatic and population growth in cultures using Chlorella and Microcystis as food types. Five species of cladocerans (Ceriodaphnia cornuta, Scapholeberis kingi, Moina...
Depth profiles of downward quantum irradiance of photosynthetically available radiation in situ and spectral subsurface irradiance reflectance, obtained from water-leaving radiance, were determined in different inland water types. These included the large, shallow and eutrophic IJssel lagoon in...
A database has been established for relating subsurface irradiance reflectance, i.e. water ‘colour’, to the optical properties and water quality parameters of more than 120 Dutch inland water bodies. The concentrations of total chlorophyll-a (TChl-a = chlorophyll-a plus phaeopigment), total...
Natural or anthropogenic disturbances, such as those caused by storm events, dredging, or pollution can lead to total or partial defaunation of sediments. Following such events, recovery of the community occurs through an influx of adults and propagules. The numbers and species of individuals...
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