Limnology of Mountain Lakes by Richard W. Battarbee (auth.), Jan Fott (eds.)

By Richard W. Battarbee (auth.), Jan Fott (eds.)

This quantity includes papers provided both in oral or poster shape on the foreign symposium `Limnology of Mountain Lakes', held at big nameá Lesná (Slovakia) among 1 and seven July 1991. a number of papers lined contributions from the fields of actual and chemical limnology, palaeolimnology, zooplankton, phytoplankton and phytobenthos, and micro organism. Acidification, a strategy affecting water chemistry and biota of many mountain lakes in Europe was once handled additionally. a sequence of papers at the lakes in Sumava has highlighted various features of those lakes, that are within the final degree of acidification. different geographical parts lined commonly have been the Tatras and the Alps.

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Bacterioplankton in lake Michigan: dynamies, controls, and significance to carbon flux. Limnol. Oceanogr. 32: 1017-1032. Sherr, E. B. & B. F. Sherr, 1987. High rates of consumption of bacteria by pelagic ciliates. Nature 325: 710-711. , 1975. Die Sukzession des phytoplanktons in der westlichen Kieler Bucht. Ph. D. Thesis, Univ. Kiel, 151 pp. Sorokin, Yu 1. & E. B. Paveljeva, 1972. On the quantitative characteristics of the pelagic ecosystem of Dalnee Lake (Kamchatka). Hydrobiologia 40: 519-552.

2). 2. Labile (striped columns) and non-labile (black columns) aluminium (Jlg 1- I) in mid-summer surface sampies from the lakes Certovo (1), Cerne (2), Prasilske (3), Laka (4) and from a brownwater brook (5) near Kvilda. 1,2,3: 1988 (1st column), 1989 (2nd column). 4, 5: 1989. Values ofpH are indicated on the top. 25 mg 1- 1 in the Lake Prasilske. The non labile monomeric Al was only about 1 % of the total reactive Al in the lakes Cerne and Certovo. Notice that the lakes Cerne and Prasilske differ in Al concentrations, not in pH.

5 and the catchments lie on sensitive geology. Both conditions are met for the lakes in Sumava and in the Tatras. 5 in the Tatra area in 1977-1981 (Cerovsky, 1983). 36 as the background value in Bohemia (sampling station Hradek, 19791984). In S umava, the bedrocks are biotite-rich paragneiss together with gneiss, quartzite and granite. The sensitive part ofthe Tatras is formed by granite. The studies on acidification of the lakes in Sumava and in the Tatra Mountains were started in 1978 by a team of the Department of Hydrobiology, Charles University, Prague.

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