Shallow Lakes in a Changing World

Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Shallow Lakes, held at Dalfsen, The Netherlands, 5–9 June 2005

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-6398-5 (Print) 978-1-4020-6399-2 (Online)

Table of contents (41 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-VIII

  2. Nutrient Dynamics

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      Phosphorus reference concentrations in European lakes

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      Pages 13-25

      Benthic nutrient fluxes in a eutrophic, polymictic lake

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      Pages 27-36

      Modeling nitrogen cycling in a coastal fresh water sediment

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      Pages 37-48

      Sediment phosphorus cycling in a large shallow lake: spatio-temporal variation in phosphorus pools and release

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      Pages 49-58

      Nitrate dynamics in a reed belt of a shallow sand dune lake in Japan: Analysis of nitrate retention using stable nitrogen isotope ratios

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      Pages 59-68

      Temporal trends of ion contents and nutrients in three Kenyan Rift Valley saline-alkaline lakes and their influence on phytoplankton biomass

  3. Macrophytes

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      Pages 69-76

      Elongation and mat formation of Chara aspera under different light and salinity conditions

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      Pages 77-88

      Searching for allelopathic effects of submerged macrophytes on phytoplankton—state of the art and open questions

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      Pages 89-100

      Allelopathic activity of Stratiotes aloides on phytoplankton—towards identification of allelopathic substances

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      Pages 101-109

      The role of aquatic macrophytes in microhabitatual transformation of physical-chemical features of small water bodies

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      Pages 111-119

      Assessment in two shallow lakes of a hydroacoustic system for surveying aquatic macrophytes

  4. Limnogy/Paleolimnology

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      Pages 121-132

      Combining limnological and palaeolimnological approaches in assessing degradation of Lake Pskov

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      Pages 133-143

      Sediment diatom assemblages and composition of pore-water dissolved organic matter reflect recent eutrophication history of lake peipsi (Estonia/Russia)

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      Pages 145-155

      Factors influencing taxonomic composition and abundance of macrozoobenthos in extralittoral zone of shallow eutrophic lakes

  5. Food WEBS

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      Pages 157-166

      The role of cladocerans reflecting the trophic status of two large and shallow Estonian lakes

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      Pages 167-177

      Contribution of different zooplankton groups in grazing on phytoplankton in shallow eutrophic Lake Võrtsjärv (Estonia)

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      Pages 179-189

      Horizontal dynamics of Zooplankton in subtropical Lake Bianca (Uruguay) hosting multiple Zooplankton predators and aquatic plant refuges

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      Pages 191-204

      Functional response of Anodonta anatina feeding on a green alga and four strains of cyanobacteria, differing in shape, size and toxicity

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      Pages 205-213

      The role of herbivorous water birds in aquatic systems through interactions with aquatic macrophytes, with special reference to the Bewick’s Swan — Fennel Pondweed system

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      Pages 215-222

      Cascading trophic effects in pampean shallow lakes: results of a mesocosm experiment using two coexisting fish species with different feeding strategies

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