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Lake Hiidenvesi

Studies on a clay-turbid and eutrophic multi-basin lake

Ed.: Sari Repka

2005. IV, 232 pages, 95 figures, 33 tables, 16x25cm, 560 g
Language: English

(Advances in Limnology, Volume 59)

ISBN 978-3-510-47061-7, paperback, price: 54.00 €

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turbidlakelimnologywaterqualitysedimentFinlandtrübSeeLimnologieWasserQualitätSedimentFinnland

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The present paper gives an overview about the Lake Hiidenvesi Research Project which was built to clarify the structure and function of the food web of eutrophic, clay-turbid lakes. Lake Hiidenvesi ist situated in southern Finland and it consists several separate basins with variable water quality. Studies of the role of bacteria, phytoplankton, macrophytes as well as planktivorous and piscivorous fish in the food webs were performed. The results of the project have implications for lake restoration, since the effects of clay-turbidity on the effectivity of food web management are poorly known.

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HORPPILA, J.: Project background and lake description (with 6 figures
and 1 table). 1-­11
ELORANTA, P. & KWANDRANS, J.: Diatom-based quality assessment of river
and brook waters discharging into Lake Hiidenvesi, SW-Finland (with 6
figures and 3 tables) 13-­23
NIEMISTÖ, J., TALLBERG, P. & HORPPILA, J.: Sedimentation and
resuspension ­ Factors behind the clay-turbidity in Lake Hiidenvesi
(with 8 figures and 4 tables) 25-­38
TALLBERG, P., HORPPILA, J., VAITOMAA, J. & NIEMISTÖ, J.: The role of
bacterial production as a sink for phytoplankton biomass in turbid,
eutrophic Lake Hiiden- vesi (with 5 figures and 1 table) 39-­50
TALLBERG, P. & HORPPILA, J.: The role of phytoplankton in the gross
and net sedimentation in two basins of Lake Hiidenvesi (with 6
figures) 51-­66
HORPPILA, J., TALLBERG, P., ALAJÄRVI, E., ELORANTA, P., NURMINEN, L.,
UUSITALO, L. & VÄISÄNEN, A.: Variations in the species composition and
seasonal dynamics of pelagic cladocerans among adjacent lake basins
(with 5 figures and 3 tables) 67-­84
LILJENDAHL-NURMINEN, A., HORPPILA, J., ELORANTA, P., VALTONEN, S. &
PEKCAN- HEKIM, Z.: Searching for the missing peak ­ an enclosure study
on seasonal succession of cladocerans in Lake Hiidenvesi (with 9
figures and 4 tables) 85-­103
NURMINEN, L., HORPPILA, J., HAGMAN, A.-M., NIEMISTÖ, J. &
PEKCAN-HEKIM, Z.: Synthesis of the role of macrophytes in a
clay-turbid lake ­ structuring and stabilizing functions affecting
water quality (with 10 figures, 2 tables and 1 appendix) 105-­123
OLIN, M. & RUUHIJÄRVI, J.: Fish communities in the different basins
of L. Hiidenvesi in 1997­2001: effects of trophic status and basin
morphology (with 3 figures and 5 tables) 125-­140
MALINEN, T., TUOMAALA, A. & PELTONEN, H.: Vertical and horizontal
distributions of smelt (Osmerus eperlanus) and implications of
distribution patterns for stock assessment (with 7 figures and 2
tables). 141-­159
MALINEN, T. & TUOMAALA, A.: Comparison of day and night surveys in
hydroacoustic assessment of smelt (Osmerus eperlanus) density in Lake
Hiidenvesi (with 4 figures and 1 table). 161-­172
PEKCAN-HEKIM, Z., HORPPILA, J., NURMINEN, L. & NIEMISTÖ, J.: Diel
changes in habitat preference and diet of perch (Perca fluviatilis),
roach (Rutilus rutilus) and white bream (Abramis björkna) (with 6
figures and 4 tables) 173-­187
HORPPILA, J. & VINNI, M.: Diurnal variations in the diet composition
of three fish species showing different feeding habits, and
consequences on food consumption estimates (with 8 figures and 2
tables) 189-­205
LAPPALAINEN, J., VINNI, M. & KJELLMAN, J.: Diet, condition and
mortality of pikeperch (Sander lucioperca) during their first winter
(with 7 figures and 1 table) 207-­217
HORPPILA, J.: Expected and unexpected phenomena ­ experiences from
Lake Hiidenvesi research (with 5 figures) 219-­232