The achievement of a limnological study of a “simple lake” represents a scientific enterprise that is more complex that it appears at first sight. This fact derives from the integrated monitoring concept of an aquatic open system and comes as a reaction to scientific research that has been enforced on modern limnology. Even if the direction of research is geographical, a large part of investigation analysis and methods often concerns an interdisciplinary approach. Taking this into consideration, the results must be treated both in terms of data quantification in a single system and transparently for all other research sub domains that are directly concerned (limnobiology, ecology, hydrology, geomorphology, natural hazards, etc).
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