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    1. Qiu, DR; Wu, ZB; Liu, BY; Deng, JQ; Fu, GP; He, F
      The restoration of aquatic macrophytes for improving water quality in a hypertrophic shallow lake in Hubei Province, China

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    2. Vincent, WJ
      Nutrient partitioning in the upper Canning River, Western Australia, and implications for the control of cyanobacterial blooms using salinity

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    3. Burks, RL; Jeppesen, E; Lodge, DM
      Pelagic prey and benthic predators: impact of odonate predation on Daphnia

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    4. Heidenwag, I; Langheinrich, U; Luderitz, V
      Self-purification in upland and lowland streams

      ACTA HYDROCHIMICA ET HYDROBIOLOGICA
    5. Lau, SSS; Lane, SN
      Continuity and change in environmental systems: the case of shallow lake ecosystems

      PROGRESS IN PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
    6. Paillisson, JM; Marion, L
      Interaction between coot (Fulica atra) and waterlily (Nymphaea alba) in a lake: the indirect impact of foraging

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    7. Brodersen, KF; Odgaard, BV; Vestergaard, O; Anderson, NJ
      Chironomid stratigraphy in the shallow and eutrophic Lake Sobygaard, Denmark: chironomid-macrophyte co-occurrence

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    8. Fischer, H; Pusch, M
      Comparison of bacterial production in sediments, epiphyton and the pelagiczone of a lowland river

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    9. Zambrano, L; Scheffer, M; Martinez-Ramos, M
      Catastrophic response of lakes to benthivorous fish introduction

      OIKOS
    10. Burks, RL; Jeppesen, E; Lodge, DM
      Littoral zone structures as Daphnia refugia against fish predators

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    11. Romare, P
      An evaluation of horizontal echo sounding as a method for behavioural studies of 0+fish in field experiments

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    12. Strand, JA; Weisner, SEB
      Morphological plastic responses to water depth and wave exposure in an aquatic plant (Myriophyllum spicatum)

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    13. Sayer, CD; Roberts, N
      Establishing realistic restoration targets for nutrient-enriched shallow lakes: linking diatom ecology and palaeoecology at the Attenborough Ponds, UK

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    14. Kuczynska-Kippen, N
      Diurnal vertical distribution of rotifers (Rotifera) in the Chara zone of Budzynskie Lake, Poland

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    15. Lauridsen, T; Jeppesen, E; Landkildehus, F; Sondergaard, M
      Horizontal distribution of cladocerans in arctic Greenland lakes - impact of macrophytes and fish

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    16. Nurminen, L; Horppila, J; Tallberg, P
      Seasonal development of the cladoceran assemblage in a turbid lake: the role of emergent macrophytes

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    17. Kasprzak, P; Gervais, F; Adrian, R; Weiler, W; Radke, R; Jager, I; Riest, S; Siedel, U; Schneider, B; Bohme, M; Eckmann, R; Walz, N
      Trophic characterization, pelagic food web structure and comparison of twomesotrophic lakes in Brandenburg (Germany)

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    18. Linton, S; Goulder, R
      Botanical conservation value related to origin and management of ponds

      AQUATIC CONSERVATION-MARINE AND FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS
    19. Birks, HH
      Aquatic macrophyte vegetation development in Krakenes Lake, western Norway, during the late-glacial and early-Holocene

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    20. Vestergaard, O; Sand-Jensen, K
      Aquatic macrophyte richness in Danish lakes in relation to alkalinity, transparency, and lake area

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    21. Schneider, S; Krumpholz, T; Melzer, A
      Indicating the trophic state of running waters by using TIM (Trophic Indexof Macrophytes) - Exemplary implementation of a new index in the river Inninger Bach

      ACTA HYDROCHIMICA ET HYDROBIOLOGICA
    22. Rooney, N; Kalff, J
      Inter-annual variation in submerged macrophyte community biomass and distribution: the influence of temperature and lake morphometry

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    23. Asaeda, T; Trung, VK; Manatunge, J
      Modeling the effects of macrophyte growth and decomposition on the nutrient budget in Shallow Lakes

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    24. Schagerl, M; Pichler, C
      Pigment composition of freshwater charophyceae

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    25. de Szalay, FA; Resh, VH
      Factors influencing macroinvertebrate colonization of seasonal wetlands: responses to emergent plant cover

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    26. Jeppesen, E; Jensen, JP; Sondergaard, M; Lauridsen, T; Landkildehus, F
      Trophic structure, species richness and biodiversity in Danish lakes: changes along a phosphorus gradient

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    27. Blindow, I; Hargeby, A; Wagner, BMA; Andersson, G
      How important is the crustacean plankton for the maintenance of water clarity in shallow lakes with abundant submerged vegetation?

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    28. Willby, NJ; Abernethy, VJ; Demars, BOL
      Attribute-based classification of European hydrophytes and its relationship to habitat utilization

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    29. Zhou, YY; Li, JQ; Fu, YQ
      Effects of submerged macrophytes on kinetics of alkaline phosphatase in Lake Donghu - I. Unfiltered water and sediments

      WATER RESEARCH
    30. Burks, RL; Jeppesen, E; Lodge, DM
      Macrophyte and fish chemicals suppress Daphnia growth and alter life-history traits

      OIKOS
    31. Schwarz, AM; Howards-Williams, C; Clayton, J
      Analysis of relationships between maximum depth limits of aquatic plants and underwater light in 63 New Zealand lakes

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    32. Champion, PD; Tanner, CC
      Seasonality of macrophytes and interaction with flow in a New Zealand lowland stream

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    33. Cheruvelil, KS; Soranno, PA; Serbin, RD
      Macroinvertebrates associated with submerged macrophytes: sample size and power to detect effects

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    34. Marklund, O
      A new sampler for collecting invertebrates in submerged vegetation

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    35. Wigand, C; Wehr, J; Limburg, K; Gorham, B; Longergan, S; Findlay, S
      Effect of Vallisneria americana (L.) on community structure and ecosystem function in lake mesocosms

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    36. Harrison, SSC
      The importance of aquatic margins to invertebrates in English chalk streams

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    37. Sand-Jensen, K; Andersen, K; Andersen, T
      Dynamic properties of recruitment, expansion and mortality of macrophyte patches in streams

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    38. Abernethy, VJ; Willby, NJ
      Changes along a disturbance gradient in the density and composition of propagule banks in floodplain aquatic habitats

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    39. Brodersen, KP; Lindegaard, C
      Mass occurrence and sporadic distribution of Corynocera ambigua Zetterstedt (Diptera, Chironomidae) in Danish lakes. Neo- and palaeolimnological records

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    40. Knapton, RW; Petrie, SA
      Changes in distribution and abundance of submerged macrophytes in the Inner Bay at Long Point, Lake Erie: Implications for foraging waterfowl

      JOURNAL OF GREAT LAKES RESEARCH
    41. Korner, S
      Nitrifying and denitrifying bacteria in epiphytic communities of submergedmacrophytes in a treated sewage channel

      ACTA HYDROCHIMICA ET HYDROBIOLOGICA
    42. Casanova, MT; Brock, MA
      Charophyte occurrence, seed banks and establishment in farm dams in New South Wales

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    43. Bertolo, A; Lacroix, G; Lescher-Moutoue, F; Sala, S
      Effects of physical refuges on fish-plankton interactions

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    44. Greulich, S; Bornette, G
      Competitive abilities and related strategies in four aquatic plant speciesfrom an intermediately disturbed habitat

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    45. Coops, H; Hanganu, J; Tudor, M; Oosterberg, W
      Classification of Danube Delta lakes based on aquatic vegetation and turbidity

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    46. Van Nes, EH; van den Berg, MS; Clayton, JS; Coops, H; Scheffer, M; van Ierland, E
      A simple model for evaluating the costs and benefits of aquatic macrophytes

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    47. Beklioglu, M; Carvalho, L; Moss, B
      Rapid recovery of a shallow hypertrophic lake following sewage effluent diversion: lack of chemical resilience

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    48. Beklioglu, M; Carvalho, L; Moss, B
      Rapid recovery of a shallow hypertrophic lake following sewage effluent diversion: lack of chemical resilience

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    49. Tallberg, P; Horppila, J; Vaisanen, A; Nurminen, L
      Seasonal succession of phytoplankton and zooplankton along a trophic gradient in a eutrophic lake - implications for food web management

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    50. Tallberg, P; Horppila, J; Vaisanen, A; Nurminen, L
      Seasonal succession of phytoplankton and zooplankton along a trophic gradient in a eutrophic lake - implications for food web management

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    51. Madgwick, FJ
      Restoring nutrient-enriched shallow lakes: integration of theory and practice in the Norfolk Broads, UK

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    52. Skov, C; Berg, S
      Utilization of natural and artificial habitats by YOY pike in a biomanipulated lake

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    53. Zambrano, L; Hinojosa, D
      Direct and indirect effects of carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) on macrophyte andbenthic communities in experimental shallow ponds in central Mexico

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    54. Jeppesen, E; Jensen, JP; Sondergaard, M; Lauridsen, T
      Trophic dynamics in turbid and clearwater lakes with special emphasis on the role of zooplankton for water clarity

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    55. Lauridsen, TL; Jeppesen, E; Mitchell, SF; Lodge, DM; Burks, RL
      Diel variation in horizontal distribution of Daphnia and Ceriodaphnia in oligotrophic and mesotrophic lakes with contrasting fish densities

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    56. Scheffer, M
      The effect of aquatic vegetation on turbidity; how important are the filter feeders?

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    57. Van den Berg, MS; Scheffer, M; Van Nes, E; Coops, H
      Dynamics and stability of Chara sp and Potamogeton pectinatus in a shallowlake changing in eutrophication level

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    58. Hillbricht-Ilkowska, A
      Shallow lakes in lowland river systems: Role in transport and transformations of nutrients and in biological diversity

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    59. Bergman, E; Bergstrand, E
      Lack of a top-down effect on the zooplankton community after a cyprinid reduction

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    60. Bergman, E; Hansson, LA; Persson, A; Strand, J; Romare, P; Enell, M; Graneli, W; Svensson, JM; Hamrin, SF; Cronberg, G; Andersson, G; Bergstrand, E
      Synthesis of theoretical and empirical experiences from nutrient and cyprinid reductions in Lake Ringsjon

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    61. Lammens, EHRR
      The central role of fish in lake restoration and management

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    62. Perrow, MR; Jowitt, AJD; Stansfield, JH; Phillips, GL
      The practical importance of the interactions between fish, zooplankton andmacrophytes in shallow lake restoration

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    63. Jeppesen, E; Sondergaard, M; Kronvang, B; Jensen, JP; Svendsen, LM; Lauridsen, TL
      Lake and catchment management in Denmark

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    64. Collier, KJ; Champion, PD; Croker, GF
      Patch- and reach-scale dynamics of a macrophyte-invertebrate system in a New Zealand lowland stream

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    65. Chambers, PA; DeWreede, RE; Irlandi, EA; Vandermeulen, H
      Management issues in aquatic macrophyte ecology: a Canadian perspective

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    66. JEPPESEN E; SONDERGAARD M; JENSEN JP; MORTENSEN E; HANSEN AM; JORGENSEN T
      CASCADING TROPHIC INTERACTIONS FROM FISH TO BACTERIA AND NUTRIENTS AFTER REDUCED SEWAGE LOADING - AN 18-YEAR STUDY OF A SHALLOW HYPERTROPHIC LAKE

      ECOSYSTEMS
    67. Hansson, LA; Annadotter, H; Bergman, E; Hamrin, SF; Jeppesen, E; Kairesalo, T; Luokkanen, E; Nilsson, PA; Sondergaard, M; Strand, J
      Biomanipulation as an application of food-chain theory: Constraints, synthesis, and recommendations for temperate lakes

      ECOSYSTEMS
    68. JACOBSEN L; PERROW MR
      PREDATION RISK FROM PISCIVOROUS FISH INFLUENCING THE DIEL USE OF MACROPHYTES BY PLANKTIVOROUS FISH IN EXPERIMENTAL PONDS

      Ecology of freshwater fish
    69. CHRISTENSEN KK; WIGAND C
      FORMATION OF ROOT PLAQUES AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON TISSUE PHOSPHORUS-CONTENT IN LOBELIA-DORTMANNA

      Aquatic botany
    70. HOLMER M; JENSEN HS; CHRISTENSEN KK; WIGAND C; ANDERSEN FO
      SULFATE REDUCTION IN LAKE-SEDIMENTS INHABITED BY THE ISOETID MACROPHYTES LITTORELLA-UNIFLORA AND ISOETES-LACUSTRIS

      Aquatic botany
    71. VANDENBERG MS; COOPS H; SIMONS J; DEKEIZER A
      COMPETITION BETWEEN CHARA-ASPERA AND POTAMOGETON PECTINATUS AS A FUNCTION OF TEMPERATURE AND LIGHT

      Aquatic botany
    72. LINTON S; GOULDER R
      THE DUCKWEED LEMNA-MINOR COMPARED WITH THE ALGA SELENASTRUM-CAPRICORNUTUM FOR BIOASSAY OF POND-WATER RICHNESS

      Aquatic botany
    73. EUGELINK AH
      PHOSPHORUS UPTAKE AND ACTIVE GROWTH OF ELODEA-CANADENSIS MICHX. AND ELODEA-NUTTALLII (PLANCH.) ST.-JOHN

      Water science and technology
    74. CARR GM; CHAMBERS PA
      MACROPHYTE GROWTH AND SEDIMENT PHOSPHORUS AND NITROGEN IN A CANADIAN PRAIRIE RIVER

      Freshwater Biology
    75. IDESTAMALMQUIST J
      WATERFOWL HERBIVORY ON POTAMOGETON PECTINATUS IN THE BALTIC SEA

      Oikos
    76. WIGAND C; ANDERSEN FO; CHRISTENSEN KK; HOLMER M; JENSEN HS
      ENDOMYCORRHIZAE OF ISOETIDS ALONG A BIOGEOCHEMICAL GRADIENT

      Limnology and oceanography
    77. VANDENBERG MS; SCHEFFER M; COOPS H; SIMONS J
      THE ROLE OF CHARACEAN ALGAE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF EUTROPHIC SHALLOW LAKES

      Journal of phycology
    78. Pieczynska, E; Kolodziejczyk, A; Rybak, JI
      The responses of littoral invertebrates to eutrophication-linked changes in plant communities

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    79. WERTZ I; WEISNER SEB
      POTAMOGETON-PECTINATUS AND MYRIOPHYLLUM-SPICATUM RESPONSE TO SEDIMENTS FROM A CALCAREOUS, SHALLOW, EUTROPHIC LAKE

      Journal of freshwater ecology
    80. PEDERSEN O; SANDJENSEN K
      TRANSPIRATION DOES NOT CONTROL GROWTH AND NUTRIENT SUPPLY IN THE AMPHIBIOUS PLANT MENTHA-AQUATICA

      Plant, cell and environment
    81. MIDDELBOE AL; MARKAGER S
      DEPTH LIMITS AND MINIMUM LIGHT REQUIREMENTS OF FRESH-WATER MACROPHYTES

      Freshwater Biology
    82. MJELDE M; FAAFENG BA
      CERATOPHYLLUM DEMERSUM HAMPERS PHYTOPLANKTON DEVELOPMENT IN SOME SMALL NORWEGIAN LAKES OVER A WIDE-RANGE OF PHOSPHORUS CONCENTRATIONS AND GEOGRAPHICAL LATITUDE

      Freshwater Biology
    83. WEISNER SEB; STRAND JA; SANDSTEN H
      MECHANISMS REGULATING ABUNDANCE OF SUBMERGED VEGETATION IN SHALLOW EUTROPHIC LAKES

      Oecologia
    84. RAEDER U; BURGER S; MELZER A
      DEPTH DISTRIBUTION OF EPIPHYTIC DIATOMS O N CHARACEAE IN AN OLIGOTROPHIC LAKE, THE LUSTSEE IN GERMANY

      Nova Hedwigia
    85. JEPPESEN E; LAURIDSEN T; MITCHELL SF; BURNS CW
      DO PLANKTIVOROUS FISH STRUCTURE THE ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES IN NEW-ZEALAND LAKES

      New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
    86. LASSEN C; REVSBECH NP; PEDERSEN O
      MACROPHYTE DEVELOPMENT AND RESUSPENSION REGULATE THE PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND PRODUCTION OF BENTHIC MICROALGAE

      Hydrobiologia
    87. STEPHEN D; MOSS B; PHILLIPS G
      DO ROOTED MACROPHYTES INCREASE SEDIMENT PHOSPHORUS RELEASE

      Hydrobiologia
    88. MEIJER ML; HOSPER H
      EFFECTS OF BIOMANIPULATION IN THE LARGE AND SHALLOW LAKE-WOLDERWIJD, THE NETHERLANDS

      Hydrobiologia
    89. PERROW MR; MEIJER ML; DAWIDOWICZ P; COOPS H
      BIOMANIPULATION IN THE SHALLOW LAKES - STATE-OF-THE-ART

      Hydrobiologia
    90. WESTCOTT K; WHILLANS TH; FOX MG
      VIABILITY AND ABUNDANCE OF SEEDS OF SUBMERGED MACROPHYTES IN THE SEDIMENT OF DISTURBED AND REFERENCE SHORELINE MARSHES IN LAKE ONTARIO

      Canadian journal of botany
    91. NIELSEN SL; SANDJENSEN K
      GROWTH-RATES AND MORPHOLOGICAL ADAPTATIONS OF AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIALFORMS OF AMPHIBIOUS LITTORELLA-UNIFLORA (L) ASCHERS

      Plant ecology
    92. MITCHELL SF; WASS RT
      GRAZING BY BLACK SWANS (CYGNUS-ATRATUS LATHAM), PHYSICAL FACTORS, ANDTHE GROWTH AND LOSS OF AQUATIC VEGETATION IN A SHALLOW LAKE

      Aquatic botany
    93. SONDERGAARD M; BRUUN L; LAURIDSEN T; JEPPESEN E; MADSEN TV
      THE IMPACT OF GRAZING WATERFOWL ON SUBMERGED MACROPHYTES - IN-SITU EXPERIMENTS IN A SHALLOW EUTROPHIC LAKE

      Aquatic botany
    94. HEMMINGA MA; MATEO MA
      STABLE CARBON ISOTOPES IN SEAGRASSES - VARIABILITY IN RATIOS AND USE IN ECOLOGICAL-STUDIES

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    95. KRAUSEJENSEN D; MCGLATHERY K; RYSGAARD S; CHRISTENSEN PB
      PRODUCTION WITHIN DENSE MATS OF THE FILAMENTOUS MACROALGA CHAETOMORPHA-LINUM IN RELATION TO LIGHT AND NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    96. LAURIDSEN TL; PEDERSEN LJ; JEPPESEN E; SONDERGAARD M
      THE IMPORTANCE OF MACROPHYTE BED SIZE FOR CLADOCERAN COMPOSITION AND HORIZONTAL MIGRATION IN A SHALLOW LAKE

      Journal of plankton research
    97. PORTIELJE R; KERSTING K; LIJKLEMA L
      PRIMARY PRODUCTION ESTIMATION FROM CONTINUOUS OXYGEN MEASUREMENTS IN RELATION TO EXTERNAL NUTRIENT INPUT

      Water research
    98. KORNER S; KUHL H
      DEVELOPMENT OF SUBMERGED MACROPHYTES IN THE TREATED SEWAGE CHANNEL WUHLE (BERLIN, GERMANY)

      Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie
    99. ALI MM; SOLTAN ME
      THE IMPACT OF 3 INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENTS ON SUBMERGED AQUATIC PLANTS IN THE RIVER NILE, EGYPT

      Hydrobiologia
    100. HELLSTEN S; RIIHIMAKI J
      EFFECTS OF LAKE WATER-LEVEL REGULATION ON THE DYNAMICS OF LITTORAL VEGETATION IN NORTHERN FINLAND

      Hydrobiologia


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