Book 2014

Eutrophication: Causes, Consequences and Control

Volume 2

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ISBN: 978-94-007-7813-9 (Print) 978-94-007-7814-6 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

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    Pages 1-15

    Eutrophication: Challenges and Solutions

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    Pages 17-27

    Eutrophication: Global Scenario and Local Threat to Dynamics of Aquatic Ecosystems

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    Pages 29-44

    Effects of Eutrophication

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    Pages 45-53

    The Economics of Eutrophication

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    Pages 55-71

    Eutrophication of Lakes

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    Pages 73-80

    Lake Eutrophication and Plankton Food Webs

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    Pages 81-88

    Environmental Impacts of Tourism on Lakes

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    Pages 89-98

    Eutrophication in the Great Lakes of the Chinese Pacific Drainage Basin: Changes, Trends, and Management

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    Pages 99-109

    Photoautotrophic Productivity in Eutrophic Ecosystems

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    Pages 111-130

    Seasonal and Spatial Nutrient Dynamics in Saronikos Gulf: The Impact of Sewage Effluents from Athens Sewage Treatment Plant

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    Pages 131-137

    Eutrophication Impacts on Salt Marshes Natural Metal Remediation

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    Pages 139-163

    Household Detergents Causing Eutrophication in Freshwater Ecosystems

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    Pages 165-190

    Estimating Fish Production in the Itaipu Reservoir (Brazil): The Relationship Between Fish Trophic Guilds, Limnology, and Application of Morphoedaphic Index

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    Pages 191-202

    Phytoplankton Assemblages as an Indicator of Water Quality in Seven Temperate Estuarine Lakes in South-East Australia

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    Pages 203-222

    Biogeochemical Indicators of Nutrient Enrichments in Wetlands: The Microbial Response as a Sensitive Indicator of Wetland Eutrophication

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    Chapter

    Pages 223-237

    Task of Mineral Nutrients in Eutrophication

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    Pages 239-248

    Phytoremediation Systems for the Recovery of Nutrients from Eutrophic Waters

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    Chapter

    Pages 249-259

    Ultraviolet Radiation and Bromide as Limiting Factors in Eutrophication Processes in Semiarid Climate Zones

  20. Back Matter

    Pages 261-262