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    1. Reynolds, CS; Davies, PS
      Sources and bioavailability of phosphorus fractions in freshwaters: a British perspective

      BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    2. Alvarez, S; Rico, E; Guerrero, MC; Montes, C
      Decomposition of Juncus maritimus in two shallow lakes of Donana National Park

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    3. Vincent, WJ
      Nutrient partitioning in the upper Canning River, Western Australia, and implications for the control of cyanobacterial blooms using salinity

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

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    5. Cioffi, F; Gallerano, F
      Management strategies for the control of eutrophication processes in Fogliano lagoon (Italy): a long-term analysis using a mathematical model

      APPLIED MATHEMATICAL MODELLING
    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. Sanchez-Carrillo, S; Alvarez-Cobelas, M; Angeler, DG
      Sedimentation in the semi-arid freshwater wetland Las Tablas de Daimiel (Spain)

      WETLANDS
    8. Mitrovic, SM; Bowling, LC; Buckney, RT
      Quantifying potential benefits to Microcystic aeruginosa through disentrainment by buoyancy within an embayment of a freshwater river

      JOURNAL OF FRESHWATER ECOLOGY
    9. Havens, KE; Schelske, CL
      The importance of considering biological processes when setting total maximum daily loads (TMDL) for phosphorus in shallow lakes and reservoirs

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    10. 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
    11. Jeppesen, E; Leavitt, P; De Meester, L; Jensen, JP
      Functional ecology and palaeolimnology: using cladoceran remains to reconstruct anthropogenic impact

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    12. Burley, KL; Prepas, EE; Chambers, PA
      Phosphorus release from sediments in hardwater eutrophic lakes: the effects of redox-sensitive and -insensitive chemical treatments

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    13. Marklund, O; Blindow, I; Hargeby, A
      Distribution and diel migration of macroinvertebrates within dense submerged vegetation

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    14. Sayer, CD
      Problems with the application of diatom-total phosphorus transfer functions: examples from a shallow English lake

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    15. Strand, JA; Weisner, SEB
      Dynamics of submerged macrophyte populations in response to biomanipulation

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

      OIKOS
    17. Scheffer, M; Carpenter, S; Foley, JA; Folke, C; Walker, B
      Catastrophic shifts in ecosystems

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

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    19. Strand, JA; Weisner, SEB
      Morphological plastic responses to water depth and wave exposure in an aquatic plant (Myriophyllum spicatum)

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    20. Bachmann, RW; Hoyer, MV; Canfield, DE
      Sediment removal by the Lake Apopka marsh flow-way

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    21. Lowe, EF; Battoe, LE; Coveney, MF; Schelske, CL; Havens, KE; Marzolf, ER; Reddy, KR
      The restoration of Lake Apopka in relation to alternative stable states: an alternative view to that of Bachmann et al. (1999)

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    22. Bachmann, RW; Hoyer, MV; Canfield, DE
      Evaluation of recent limnological changes at Lake Apopka

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    23. Rodusky, AJ; Steinman, AD; East, TL; Sharfstein, B; Meeker, RH
      Periphyton nutrient limitation and other potential growth-controlling factors in Lake Okeechobee, USA

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

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    25. Madsen, JD; Chambers, PA; James, WF; Koch, EW; Westlake, DF
      The interaction between water movement, sediment dynamics and submersed macrophytes

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    26. Saunders, DL; Kalff, J
      Nitrogen retention in wetlands, lakes and rivers

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    27. Evans, DM; Day, KR
      Does shooting disturbance affect diving ducks wintering on large shallow lakes? A case study on Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    28. Tryfon, E
      Chlorophyll-a distribution in the shallow lake Mikri Prespa, Greece

      BIOLOGIA
    29. Specziar, A; Voros, L
      Long-term dynamics of Lake Balaton's chironomid fauna and its dependence on the phytoplankton production

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    30. James, WF; Barko, JW; Eakin, HL; Helsel, DR
      Changes in sediment characteristics following drawdown of Big Muskego Lake, Wisconsin

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    31. Karst, TL; Smol, JP
      Paleolimnological evidence of limnetic nutrient concentration equilibrium in a shallow, macrophyte-dominated lake

      AQUATIC SCIENCES
    32. Aubriot, L; Wagner, F; Falkner, G
      The phosphate uptake behaviour of phytoplankton communities in eutrophic lakes reflects alterations in the phosphate supply

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    33. Myers, P; Schelske, CL
      An inexpensive, optical (infrared) detector to locate the sediment/water interface in lakes with unconsolidated sediments

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    34. Little, JL; Smol, JP
      Changes in fossil midge (Chironomidae) assemblages in response to culturalactivities in a shallow, polymictic lake

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    35. Gong, ZJ; Xie, P; Wang, SD
      Macrozoobenthos in 2 shallow mesotrophic Chinese lakes with contrasting sources of primary production

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    36. Olding, DD; Hellebust, JA; Douglas, MSV
      Phytoplankton community composition in relation to water quality and water-body morphometry in urban lakes, reservoirs, and ponds

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    37. Muhammetoglu, AB; Soyupak, S
      A three-dimensional water quality-macrophyte interaction model for shallowlakes

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    38. Hart, EA; Lovvorn, JR
      Vegetation dynamics and primary production in saline, lacustrine wetlands of a Rocky Mountain basin

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    39. 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
    40. Fabbro, LD; Duivenvoorden, LJ
      A two-part model linking multidimensional environmental gradients and seasonal succession of phytoplankton assemblages

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    41. Nogueira, MG
      Phytoplankton composition, dominance and abundance as indicators of environmental compartmentalization in Jurumirim Reservoir (Paranapanema River), Sao Paulo, Brazil

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    42. Sandilands, KA; Hann, BJ; Goldsborough, LG
      The impact of nutrients and submersed macrophytes on invertebrates in a prairie wetland, Delta Marsh, Manitoba

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    43. Nicklisch, A
      Competition between the cyanobacterium Limnothrix redekei and some spring species of diatoms under P-limitation

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    44. Harris, GP
      Comparison of the biogeochemistry of lakes and estuaries: ecosystem processes, functional groups, hysteresis effects and interactions between macro- and microbiology

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    45. Moss, B
      British Phycological Society Presidential Address 1999 - From algal culture to ecosystem; from information to culture

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    46. Kirschner, AKT; Ulbricht, T; Steitz, A; Velimirov, B
      Material fluxes through the procaryotic compartment in a eutrophic backwater branch of the River Danube

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    47. Brenner, M; Whitmore, TJ; Lasi, MA; Cable, JE; Cable, PH
      A multi-proxy trophic state reconstruction for shallow Orange Lake, Florida, USA: possible influence of macrophytes on limnetic nutrient concentrations

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    48. Chow-Fraser, P
      Seasonal, interannual, and spatial variability in the concentrations of total suspended solids in a degraded coastal wetland of Lake Ontario

      JOURNAL OF GREAT LAKES RESEARCH
    49. Jossette, G; Leporcq, B; Sanchez, N; Philippon, X
      Biogeochemical mass-balances (C, N, P, Si) in three large reservoirs of the Seine Basin (France)

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    50. Steitz, A; Velimirov, B
      Contribution of Picocyanobacteria to total primary production and community respiratory losses in a backwater system

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    51. Harris, G
      This is not the end of limnology (or of science): the world may well be a lot simpler than we think

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    52. Adrian, R; Walz, N; Hintze, T; Hoeg, S; Rusche, R
      Effects of ice duration on plankton succession during spring in a shallow polymictic lake

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    53. Bertolo, A; Lacroix, G; Lescher-Moutoue, F
      Scaling food chains in aquatic mesocosms: do the effects of depth overridethe effects of planktivory?

      OECOLOGIA
    54. Peltonen, H; Ruuhijarvi, J; Malinen, T; Horppila, J; Olin, M; Keto, J
      The effects of food-web management on fish assemblage dynamics in a north temperate lake

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    55. Fernandez-Alaez, C; Fernandez-Alaez, M; Becares, E
      Influence of water level fluctuation on the structure and composition of the macrophyte vegetation in two small temporary lakes in the northwest of Spain

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

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

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    58. 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
    59. 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
    60. Meijer, ML; de Boois, I; Scheffer, M; Portielje, R; Hosper, H
      Biomanipulation in shallow lakes in The Netherlands: an evaluation of 18 case studies

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    61. Deppe, T; Ockenfeld, K; Meybohm, A; Opitz, M; Benndorf, J
      Reduction of Microcystis blooms in a hypertrophic reservoir by a combined ecotechnological strategy

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    62. Karjalainen, J; Leppa, M; Rahkola, M; Tolonen, K
      The role of benthivorous and planktivorous fish in a mesotrophic lake ecosystem

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    63. Sondergaard, M; Jensen, JP; Jeppesen, E
      Internal phosphorus loading in shallow Danish lakes

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    64. 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
    65. Welker, M; Walz, N
      Plankton dynamics in a river-lake system - on continuity and discontinuity

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    66. 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
    67. Deneke, R; Nixdorf, B
      On the occurrence of clear-water phases in relation to shallowness and trophic state: a comparative study

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    68. Schmitt, M; Nixdorf, B
      Spring phytoplankton dynamics in a shallow eutrophic lake

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    69. Fernandez-Alaez, M; Fernandez-Alaez, C; Becares, E
      Nutrient content in macrophytes in Spanish shallow lakes

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    70. Kufel, L
      Dimictic versus polymictic masurian lakes: similarities and differences inchlorophyll-nutrients-SD relationships

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

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    72. 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
    73. Moss, B
      Ecological challenges for lake management

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    74. Annadotter, H; Cronberg, G; Aagren, R; Lundstedt, B; Nilsson, PA; Strobeck, S
      Multiple techniques for lake restoration

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    75. Donabaum, K; Schagerl, M; Dokulil, MT
      Integrated management to restore macrophyte domination

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

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    77. Daldorph, PWG
      A reservoir in management-induced transition between ecological states

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    78. van der Molen, DT; Boers, PCM
      Eutrophication control in the Netherlands

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

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    80. Bachmann, RW; Hoyer, MV; Canfield, DE
      The restoration of Lake Apopka in relation to alternative stable states

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    81. 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
    82. HORPPILA J; PELTONEN H; MALINEN T; LUOKKANEN E; KAIRESALO T
      TOP-DOWN OR BOTTOM-UP EFFECTS BY FISH - ISSUES OF CONCERN IN BIOMANIPULATION OF LAKES

      Restoration ecology
    83. LI WC
      A CONCEPTUAL-MODEL FOR PREDICTING AND MANAGING VEGETATIVE TYPES IN SHALLOW LAKES

      Ecological engineering
    84. 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
    85. BRODERSEN KP; WHITESIDE MC; LINDEGAARD C
      RECONSTRUCTION OF TROPHIC STATE IN DANISH LAKES USING SUBFOSSIL CHYDORID (CLADOCERA) ASSEMBLAGES

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    86. LOUGHEED VL; CROSBIE B; CHOWFRASER P
      PREDICTIONS ON THE EFFECT OF COMMON CARP (CYPRINUS-CARPIO) EXCLUSION ON WATER-QUALITY, ZOOPLANKTON, AND SUBMERGENT MACROPHYTES IN A GREAT-LAKES WETLAND

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    87. BLOM G; AALDERINK RH
      CALIBRATION OF 3 RESUSPENSION SEDIMENTATION MODELS/

      Water science and technology
    88. HOSPER SH
      STABLE STATES, BUFFERS AND SWITCHES - AN ECOSYSTEM APPROACH TO THE RESTORATION AND MANAGEMENT OF SHALLOW LAKES IN THE NETHERLANDS

      Water science and technology
    89. MAASDAM R; CLAASSEN THL
      TRENDS IN WATER-QUALITY AND ALGAL GROWTH IN SHALLOW FRISIAN LAKES, THE NETHERLANDS

      Water science and technology
    90. IDESTAMALMQUIST J
      WATERFOWL HERBIVORY ON POTAMOGETON PECTINATUS IN THE BALTIC SEA

      Oikos
    91. OROUD IM
      THE INFLUENCE OF HEAT-CONDUCTION ON EVAPORATION FROM SUNKEN PANS IN HOT, DRY ENVIRONMENT

      Journal of hydrology
    92. HUSZAR VLM; SILVA LHS; DOMINGOS P; MARINHO M; MELO S
      PHYTOPLANKTON SPECIES COMPOSITION IS MORE SENSITIVE THAN OECD CRITERIA TO THE TROPHIC STATUS OF 3 BRAZILIAN TROPICAL LAKES

      Hydrobiologia
    93. VOROS L; CALLIERI C; BALOGH KV; BERTONI R
      FRESH-WATER PICOCYANOBACTERIA ALONG A TROPHIC GRADIENT AND LIGHT QUALITY RANGE

      Hydrobiologia
    94. Bahnwart, M; Hubener, T; Schubert, H
      Downstream changes in phytoplankton composition and biomass in a lowland river-lake system (Warnow River, Germany)

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    95. Padisak, J; Reynolds, CS
      Selection of phytoplankton associations in Lake Balaton, Hungary, in response to eutrophication and restoration measures, with special reference to the cyanoprokaryotes

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    96. LOFFLER H
      THE ROLE OF OSTRACODS FOR RECONSTRUCTING CLIMATIC-CHANGE IN HOLOCENE AND LATE PLEISTOCENE LAKE ENVIRONMENT IN CENTRAL-EUROPE

      Journal of paleolimnology
    97. STEINMAN AD; MEEKER RH; RODUSKY AJ; DAVIS WP; HWANG SJ
      ECOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF CHAROPHYTES IN A LARGE SUBTROPICAL LAKE

      Journal of the North American Benthological Society
    98. BAILEY MC; HAMILTON DP
      WIND-INDUCED SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION - A LAKE-WIDE MODEL

      Ecological modelling
    99. ALCORLO P; DIAZ P; LACALLE J; BALTANAS A; FLORIN M; GUERRERO MC; MONTES C
      SEDIMENT FEATURES, PRIMARY PRODUCERS AND FOOD-WEB STRUCTURE IN 2 SHALLOW TEMPORARY LAKES (MONEGROS, SPAIN)

      Water, air and soil pollution
    100. 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


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