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    1. Scott, WA; Adamson, JK; Rollinson, J; Parr, TW
      Monitoring of aquatic macrophytes for detection of long-term change in river systems

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    2. van der Veeren, RJHM; Rietveld, LC
      The monetary benefits of nutrient abatement in the Rhine basin for the water treatment plant of WRK at Andijk

      JOURNAL OF WATER SERVICES RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY-AQUA
    3. Schernewski, G; Neumann, T; Podsetchine, V; Siegel, H
      Spatial impact of the Oder river plume on water quality along the south-western Baltic coast

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYGIENE AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    4. Rodrigo, MA; Armengol-Diaz, X; Oltra, R; Dasi, MJ; Colom, W
      Environmental variables and planktonic communities in two ponds of El Hondo wetland (SE Spain)

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    5. Koster, D; Hubener, T
      Application of diatom indices in a planted ditch constructed for tertiary sewage treatment in Schwaan, Germany

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    6. Mehner, T; Kasprzak, P; Wysujack, K; Laude, U; Koschel, R
      Restoration of a stratified lake (Feldberger Haussee, Germany) by a combination of nutrient load reduction and long-term biomanipulation

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    7. Hakanson, L; Boulion, VV
      Regularities in primary production, Secchi depth and fish yield and a new system to define trophic and humic state indices for lake ecosystems

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    8. Noe, GB; Childers, DL; Jones, RD
      Phosphorus biogeochemistry and the impact of phosphorus enrichment: Why isthe everglades so unique?

      ECOSYSTEMS
    9. Levin, LA; Boesch, DF; Covich, A; Dahm, C; Erseus, C; Ewel, KC; Kneib, RT; Moldenke, A; Palmer, MA; Snelgrove, P; Strayer, D; Weslawski, JM
      The function of marine critical transition zones and the importance of sediment biodiversity

      ECOSYSTEMS
    10. McDowell, RW; Sharpley, AN; Condron, LM; Haygarth, PM; Brookes, PC
      Processes controlling soil phosphorus release to runoff and implications for agricultural management

      NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    11. Weld, JL; Sharpley, AN; Beegle, DB; Gburek, WJ
      Identifying critical sources of phosphorus export from agricultural watersheds

      NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    12. Rijnsdorp, AD; Vingerhoed, B
      Feeding of plaice Pleuronectes platessa L. and sole Solea solea (L.) in relation to the effects of bottom trawling

      JOURNAL OF SEA RESEARCH
    13. Azzoni, R; Giordani, C; Bartoli, M; Welsh, DT; Viaroli, P
      Iron, sulphur and phosphorus cycling in the rhizosphere sediments of a eutrophic Ruppia cirrhosa meadow (Valle Smarlacca, Italy)

      JOURNAL OF SEA RESEARCH
    14. Daldorph, PWG; Lees, MJ; Wheater, HS; Chapra, SC
      Integrated lake and catchment phosphorus mode - A eutrophication management tool. I: Model theory

      JOURNAL OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTION OF WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    15. Daldorph, PWG; Spraggs, GE; Lees, MJ; Wheater, HS; Chapra, SC
      Integrated lake and catchment phosphorus model - A eutrophication management tool. II: Application to Rutland Water

      JOURNAL OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTION OF WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    16. Bowen, JL; Valiela, I
      Historical changes in atmospheric nitrogen deposition to Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    17. Mahujchariyawong, J
      Modelling sustainable water quality improvement using water hyacinth and its application in Thailand

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND WORLD ECOLOGY
    18. McKee, LJ; Eyre, BD; Hossain, S; Pepperell, PR
      Influence of climate, geology and humans on spatial and temporal nutrient geochemistry in the subtropical Richmond River catchment, Australia

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    19. Rankinen, K; Tattari, S; Rekolainen, S
      Modelling of vegetative filter strips in catchment scale erosion control

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD SCIENCE IN FINLAND
    20. Maranhao, P; Bengala, N; Pardal, M; Marques, JC
      The influence of environmental factors on the population dynamics, reproductive biology and productivity of Echinogammarus marinus Leach (Amphipoda, Gammaridae) in the Mondego estuary (Portugal)

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    21. Cheng, KS; Lei, TC
      Reservoir trophic state evaluation using Landsat TM images

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    22. Dustin, JS; Miller, AW
      Trophic state evaluation for selected lakes in Grand Teton National Park

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    23. Nixon, S; Buckley, B; Granger, S; Bintz, J
      Responses of very shallow marine ecosystems to nutrient enrichment

      HUMAN AND ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT
    24. Krivtsov, V
      Study of cause-and-effect relationships in the formation of biocenoses: Their use for the control of eutrophication

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    25. Selifonova, ZP
      Heterotrophic nano- and microplankton under conditions of anthropogenic eutrophication of the Bay of Novorossiisk

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    26. Rogozin, AG
      Specific structural features of zooplankton in lakes differing in trophic status: Zoosynusiae

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    27. Brouwer, E; Roelofs, JGM
      Degraded softwater lakes: Possibilities for restoration

      RESTORATION ECOLOGY
    28. Seitz, RD; Lipcius, RN
      Variation in top-down and bottom-up control of marine bivalves at differing spatial scales

      ICES JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE
    29. Smith, AC; Martin, JL; Ehrman, JM; Kaczmarska, I
      Ten-year record of Thalassiosira nordenskioeldii population dynamics: comparison of aquaculture and non-aquaculture sites in the Quoddy Region

      ICES JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE
    30. Scasso, F; Mazzeo, N; Gorga, J; Kruk, C; Lacerot, G; Clemente, J; Fabian, D; Bonilla, S
      Limnological changes in a sub-tropical shallow hypertrophic lake during its restoration: two years of a whole-lake experiment

      AQUATIC CONSERVATION-MARINE AND FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS
    31. Ludsin, SA; Kershner, MW; Blocksom, KA; Knight, RL; Stein, RA
      Life after death in Lake Erie: Nutrient controls drive fish species richness, rehabilitation

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    32. Lenihan, HS; Peterson, CH; Byers, JE; Grabowski, JH; Thayer, GW; Colby, DR
      Cascading of habitat degradation: Oyster reefs invaded by refugee fishes escaping stress

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    33. Murray, CN; Bidoglio, G; Bouraoui, F
      Development of a scientific observational network on European river basinsand coastal zones

      FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENTAL BULLETIN
    34. Peng, WM; Wu, QY; Tu, PG; Zhao, NM
      Pyrolytic characteristics of microalgae as renewable energy source determined by thermogravimetric analysis

      BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY
    35. Esslemont, G; Maher, W; Ford, P
      A comparison of manometric and membrane-electrode procedures for measuringrates of leaf decay

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    36. Rodriguez, A; Avila-Perez, P; Velazquez-Olvera, IA
      Effects on the zooplankton community of pollutant disposal into the Jose Antonio Alzate dam, Mexico

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENT AND POLLUTION
    37. Huijbregts, MAJ; Seppala, J
      Life cycle impact assessment of pollutants causing aquatic eutrophication

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT
    38. Krewitt, W; Trukenmuller, A; Bachmann, TM; Heck, T
      Country-specific damage factors for air pollutants - A step towards site dependent life cycle impact assessment

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT
    39. Karrman, E; Jonsson, H
      Including oxidisation of ammonia in the eutrophication impact category

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT
    40. Busch, G; Lammel, G; Beese, FO; Feichter, J; Dentener, FJ; Roelofs, GJ
      Forest ecosystems and the changing patterns of nitrogen input and acid deposition today and in the future based on a scenario

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH
    41. Villapando, RR; Graetz, DA
      Water table effects on phosphorus reactivity and mobility in a dairy manure-impacted spodosol

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    42. Lane, RR; Day, JW; Kemp, GP; Demcheck, DK
      The 1994 experimental opening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway to divert Mississippi River water into Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    43. Asaeda, T; Pham, HS; Priyantha, DGN; Manatunge, J; Hocking, GC
      Control of algal blooms in reservoirs with a curtain: a numerical analysis

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    44. Brenner, M; Schelske, CL; Keenan, LW
      Historical rates of sediment and nutrient accumulation in marshes of the Upper St. Johns River Basin, Florida, USA

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    45. Little, JL; Smol, JP
      A chironomid-based model for inferring late-summer hypolimnetic oxygen in southeastern Ontario lakes

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    46. Lobo, I; Mozeto, AA; Aravena, R
      Paleohydrological investigation of Infernao Lake, Moji-Guaccu River watershed, Sao Paulo, Brazil

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    47. Bennion, H; Appleby, PG; Phillips, GL
      Reconstructing nutrient histories in the Norfolk Broads, UK: implications for the role of diatom-total phosphorus transfer functions in shallow lake management

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    48. Merilainen, JJ; Hynynen, J; Palomaki, A; Veijola, H; Witick, A; Mantykoski, K; Granberg, K; Lehtinen, K
      Pulp and paper mill pollution and subsequent ecosystem recovery of a largeboreal lake in Finland: a paleolimnological analysis

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    49. Reavie, ED; Smol, JP
      Diatom-environmental relationships in 64 alkaline southeastern Ontario (Canada) lakes: a diatom-based model for water quality reconstructions

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    50. Lotter, AF
      The palaeolimnology of Soppensee (Central Switzerland), as evidenced by diatom, pollen, and fossil-pigment analyses

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    51. Goolsby, DA; Battaglin, WA
      Long-term changes in concentrations and flux of nitrogen in the Mississippi River Basin, USA

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    52. Donohue, R; Davidson, WA; Peters, NE; Nelson, S; Jakowyna, B
      Trends in total phosphorus and total nitrogen concentrations of tributaries to the Swan-Canning Estuary, 1987 to 1998

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    53. Hamilton, DP; Chan, T; Robb, MS; Pattiaratchi, CB; Herzfeld, M
      The hydrology of the upper Swan River Estuary with focus on an artificial destratification trial

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    54. Peters, NE; Donohue, R
      Nutrient transport to the Swan-Canning Estuary, Western Australia

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    55. Twomey, L; John, J
      Effects of rainfall and salt-wedge movement on phytoplankton succession inthe Swan-Canning Estuary, Western Australia

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    56. Zettler, ML; Bonsch, R; Gosselck, F
      Distribution, abundance and some population characteristics of the ocean quahog, Arctica islandica (Linnaeus, 1767), in the Mecklenburg Bight (BalticSea)

      JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH
    57. Schaffelke, B
      Surface alkaline phosphatase activities of macroalgae on coral reefs of the central Great Barrier Reef, Australia

      CORAL REEFS
    58. Thacker, RW; Ginsburg, DW; Paul, VJ
      Effects of herbivore exclusion and nutrient enrichment on coral reef macroalgae and cyanobacteria

      CORAL REEFS
    59. Smith, JE; Smith, CM; Hunter, CL
      An experimental analysis of the effects of herbivory and nutrient enrichment on benthic community dynamics on a Hawaiian reef

      CORAL REEFS
    60. Cruces, F; Urrutia, R; Araneda, A; Torres, L; Cisternas, M; Vyverman, W
      Trophic evolution of Laguna Grande de San Pedro (VIII Region, Chile) during the last century, by means of the analysis of sedimentary records

      Revista chilena de historia natural
    61. Schnug, E; Sparovek, R; Storck, W; Jering, A; Volkgenannt, U
      The HELCOM Working Group on Agriculture (WGA)

      LANDBAUFORSCHUNG VOLKENRODE
    62. Nisbet, TR
      The role of forest management in controlling diffuse pollution in UK forestry

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    63. Neitzke, M
      Analysis of vegetation and nutrient supply in calcareous grassland border zones to determine critical loads for nitrogen

      FLORA
    64. Aguilera, PA; Castro, H; Rescia, A; Schmitz, MF
      Methodological development of an index of coastal water quality: Application in a tourist area

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    65. Lau, SSS; Lane, SN
      Continuity and change in environmental systems: the case of shallow lake ecosystems

      PROGRESS IN PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
    66. Drago, M; Cescon, B; Iovenitti, L
      A three-dimensional numerical model for eutrophication and pollutant transport

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    67. Xu, FL; Tao, S; Dawson, RW; Li, BG
      A GIS-based method of lake eutrophication assessment

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    68. Lonin, SA; Tuchkovenko, YS
      Water quality modelling for the ecosystem of the Cienaga de Tesca coastal lagoon

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    69. Borsuk, ME; Higdon, D; Stow, CA; Reckhow, KH
      A Bayesian hierarchical model to predict benthic oxygen demand from organic matter loading in estuaries and coastal zones

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    70. Janssen, MA
      An exploratory integrated model to assess management of lake eutrophication

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    71. McCormick, PV; O'Dell, MB; Shuford, RBE; Backus, JG; Kennedy, WC
      Periphyton responses to experimental phosphorus enrichment in a subtropical wetland

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    72. Santruckova, H; Picek, T; Simek, M; Bauer, V; Kopecky, J; Pechar, L; Lukavska, J; Cizkova, H
      Decomposition processes in soil of a healthy and a declining Phragmites australis stand

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    73. Cizkova, H; Pechar, L; Husak, S; Kvet, J; Bauer, V; Radova, J; Edwards, K
      Chemical characteristics of soils and pore waters of three wetland sites dominated by Phragmites australis: relation to vegetation composition and reed performance

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    74. Tankere, SPC; Muller, FLL; Burton, JD; Statham, PJ; Guieu, C; Martin, JM
      Trace metal distributions in shelf waters of the northwestern Black Sea

      CONTINENTAL SHELF RESEARCH
    75. Boyer, KE; Fong, P; Vance, RR; Ambrose, RF
      Salicornia virginica in a Southern California salt marsh: Seasonal patterns and a nutrient-enrichment experiment

      WETLANDS
    76. Qualls, RG; Richardson, CJ; Sherwood, LJ
      Soil reduction-oxidation potential along a nutrient-enrichment gradient inthe Everglades

      WETLANDS
    77. Chang, SP; Chuang, SM
      Eutrophication study of twenty reservoirs in Taiwan

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    78. Duarte, AS; Pinho, JL; Pardal, MA; Neto, JM; Vieira, JP; Santos, FS
      Effect of residence times on River Mondego estuary eutrophication vulnerability

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    79. Farmer, AM
      Reducing phosphate discharges: the role of the 1991 EC urban wastewater treatment directive

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    80. Osidele, OO; Beck, MB
      Identification of model structure for aquatic ecosystems using regionalized sensitivity analysis

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    81. Shanahan, P; Borchardt, D; Henze, M; Rauch, W; Reichert, P; Somlybody, L; Vanrolleghem, P
      River water quality model no. 1 (RWQM1): I. Modelling approach

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    82. Reichert, P; Borchardt, D; Henze, M; Rauch, W; Shanahan, P; Somlyody, L; Vanrolleghem, P
      River water quality model no. 1 (RWQM1): II. Biochemical process equations

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    83. Vanrolleghem, P; Borchardt, D; Henze, M; Rauch, W; Reichert, P; Shanahan, P; Somlyody, L
      River water quality model no. 1 (RWQM1): III. Biochemical submodel selection

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    84. Borchardt, D; Reichert, P
      River Water Quality Model No. 1 (RWQM1): Case study I. Compartmentalisation approach applied to oxygen balances in the River Lahn (Germany)

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    85. Sala, L; Mujeriego, R
      Cultural eutrophication control through water reuse

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    86. Moncheva, S; Gotsis-Skretas, O; Pagou, K; Krastev, A
      Phytoplankton blooms in Black Sea and Mediterranean coastal ecosystems subjected to anthropogenic eutrophication: Similarities and differences

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    87. Rosenberg, R; Nilsson, HC; Diaz, RJ
      Response of benthic fauna and changing sediment redox profiles over a hypoxic gradient

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    88. Pereira, J; Schettini, CAF; Rorig, L; Siegle, E
      Intratidal variation and net transport of dissolved inorganic nutrients, POC and chlorophyll a in the Camboriu River Estuary, Brazil

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    89. Benedetti-Cecchi, L; Rindi, F; Bertocci, I; Bulleri, F; Cinelli, F
      Spatial variation in development of epibenthic assemblages in a coastal lagoon

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    90. Martins, I; Pardal, MA; Lillebo, AI; Flindt, MR; Marques, JC
      Hydrodynamics as a major factor controlling the occurrence of green macroalgal blooms in a eutrophic estuary: A case study on the influence of precipitation and river management

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    91. Tarnay, L; Gertler, AW; Blank, RR; Taylor, GE
      Preliminary measurements of summer nitric acid and ammonia concentrations in the Lake Tahoe Basin air-shed: implications for dry deposition of atmospheric nitrogen

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    92. Smith, KA; Jackson, DR; Pepper, TJ
      Nutrient losses by surface run-off following the application of organic manures to arable land. 1. Nitrogen

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    93. Smith, KA; Jackson, DR; Withers, PJA
      Nutrient losses by surface run-off following the application of organic manures to arable land. 2. Phosphorus

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    94. Havens, KE; Kukushima, T; Xie, P; Iwakuma, T; James, RT; Takamura, N; Hanazato, T; Yamamoto, T
      Nutrient dynamics and the eutrophication of shallow lakes Kasumigaura (Japan), Donghu (PR China), and Okeechobee (USA)

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    95. Withers, PJA; Edwards, AC; Foy, RH
      Phosphorus cycling in UK agriculture and implications for phosphorus loss from soil

      SOIL USE AND MANAGEMENT
    96. Rosenberg, R
      Marine benthic faunal successional stages and related sedimentary activity

      SCIENTIA MARINA
    97. Dale, B
      The sedimentary record of dinoflagellate cysts: looking back into the future of phytoplankton blooms

      SCIENTIA MARINA
    98. Kormas, KA; Nicolaidou, A; Reizopoulou, S
      Temporal variations of nutrients, chlorophyll a and particulate matter in three coastal lagoons of Amvrakikos Gulf (Ionian sea, Greece)

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PUBBLICAZIONI DELLA STAZIONE ZOOLOGICA DI NAPOLI I
    99. Wittmann, KJ
      Centennial changes in the near-shore mysid fauna of the Gulf of Naples (Mediterranean Sea), with description of Heteromysis riedli sp n. (Crustacea, Mysidacea)

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PUBBLICAZIONI DELLA STAZIONE ZOOLOGICA DI NAPOLI I
    100. Kollmann, H; Stachowitsch, M
      Long-term changes in the benthos of the Northern Adriatic Sea: A phototransect approach

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PUBBLICAZIONI DELLA STAZIONE ZOOLOGICA DI NAPOLI I


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