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Studies on Lake Nantua (France)

A eutrophic lake on the way to rehabilitation

Ed.: Jacques Feuillade

1994. IX, 144 pages, 57 figures, 21 tables, 16x24cm, 390 g
Language: English

(Advances in Limnology, Volume 41)

ISBN 978-3-510-47042-6, paperback, price: 46.00 €

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lakeeutrophicfreshwatersewagebiomasslimnologyphosphorusnitrogenLake NantuaFranceSeeeutrophischSüsswasserAbwasserBiomasseLimnologiePhosphorStickstoff

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The present volume gives an overview about studies of the ecosystem of Lake Nantua, located in the Jura mountains in France, which was often quoted as a typical example of the harmful effect of human activity on water quality. This paper provides the background to analyses of the data obtained during these studies.

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FEUILLADE, J.: Foreword by the guest editor V-IX
FEUILLADE, J. & GRAND, A.: Lake surroundings and historical background.
(With 10 figures and 4 tables) 1-16
BARROIN, G.: The sewage diversion and hypolimnetic oxygenation
projects: Techniques and effectiveness. (With 4 figures and 2 tables) 17-31
DAVIES, A. G. & BLANC, P.: Changes in nutrient availability following
a large scale sewage diversion: A chemical perspective of blooms of
Oscillatoria rubescens. (With 6 figures and 2 tables) 33-53
FEUILLADE, M. & DRUART, J. C.: The long-term effect of the sewage
diversion on the phytoplankton composition and biomass. (With 6
figures) 55-76
FEUILLADE, J.: The cyanobacterium (blue-green alga) Oscillatoria
rubescens D.C. (With 9 figures and 1 table) 77-93
FEUILLADE, M. & DAVIES, A.: Seasonal variations and long-term trends
in phytoplankton pigments. (With 8 figures and 3 tables) 95-111
QUIBLIER, C., FEUILLADE, M., BOURDIER, G., AMBLARD, C . & PEPIN, D.:
Phytoplankton distribution as determinated by HPLC pigment analysis.
(With 6 figures and 2 tables) 113-124
AMBLARD, C., BOURDIER, G., SIME-NGANDO, T., RACHIQ, S. & CARRTAS,
J.-F.: Diel and vertical variations of the microbial stocks (bacteria,
heterotrophic flagellates, ciliates, phytoplankton) and their relative
activities. (With 8 figures and 7 tables) 125-144