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Record nummer 1900784
Titel artikel Potential for the development of submerged macrophytes in eutrophicated shallow peaty lakes after restoration measures
Auteur(s) Haterd, R.J.W. van de ; Heerdt, G.N.J. ter
Tijdschrifttitel Hydrobiologia
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 584(2007)
Paginering 277 - 290
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Trefwoorden (cab) meren / herstel / waterkwaliteit / eutrofiëring / troebelheid / waterplanten / biologisch waterbeheer / utrecht / aquatische ecosystemen
Rubrieken Waterkwaliteit
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Biomanipulation of eutropicated peaty lakes has rarely been successful; clear water with dense macrophyte stands fails to develop in most cases. It was unclear whether (1) high turbidity due to resuspension by benthivorous fish or wind is the major cause of low macrophyte density or whether (2) the establishment of submerged macrophyte stands is prevented by a lack of propagules, low cohesive strength of the lake sediment, high concentrations of phytotoxics, grazing by waterfowl and/or shading by periphyton growth. These hypotheses were tested in an experiment in a shallow peat lake in the Netherlands (Terra Nova)
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