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Whole-lake food-web manipulation as a means to study community interactions in a small ecosystem \ Hydrobiologia [Artikel]
Donk, E. van \ Grimm, M.P. \ Gulati, R.D. \ 1990
Also published within "Biomanipulation tool for water management" (Developments in hydrobiology 61, 1990)
Restoration by biomanipulation in a small hypertrophic lake : first - year results \ Hydrobiologia [Artikel]
Donk, E. van \ Gulati, R.D. \ Grimm, M.P. \ 1990
First attempt to apply whole-lake food-web manipulation on a large scale in the Netherlands \ Hydrobiologia [Artikel]
Donk, E. van \ Grimm, M.P. \ Gulati, R.D. \ 1990
Lake Breukeleveen (180 ha, mean depth 1.45 m), a compartment of the eutrophic Loosdrecht lakes system, was selected to study the effects of whole-lake foodweb manipulation on a large scale. Also published within "Biomanipulation tool for water manage ...
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