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Congress in New Zealand 1987

Ed.: V. Sládecek

1988. IV, 436 pages, 17x24cm, 1400 g
Language: English

(Verhandlungen IVL, Volume 23 Part 1)

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Presidential Address
LÖFFLER, H.: The population dynamics of SIL, its present status and
its possible future development and tasks 1
Edgardo Baldi Memorial Lecture SCHINDLER, D. W.: Experimental studies
of chemical stressors on whole lake ecosystems 11
Plenary Lectures
COFFEY, B. T.: Aquatic macrophyte management in New Zealand 42
DAVIS, S. F.: Salmonid fisheries management in New Zealand waters 48
I. Physical Limnology
STEFAN, H. G., JOHNSON, T. R., ELLIS, CH. R., FARRELL, G. J. &
AKIYAMA, J.: Laboratory studies on the initiation of density currents
by inflows to lakes and reservoirs 58
LOSEE, R. F. & WETZEL, R. G.: Water movement within submersed littoral
vegetation 62
IMBODEN, D. M., STOTZ, B. & WÜEST, A.: Hypolimnic mixing in a deep
alpine lake and the role of a storm event 67
SOSSAU, CH. & PECHLANER, R.: The regained, but hidden holomixis of the
Austrian Lake Traunsee 74
MACINTYRE, S. & MELACK, J. M.: Frequency and depth of vertical mixing
in an Amazon floodplain lake (L. Calado, Brazil) 80
COULTER, G. W.: Seasonal hydrodynamic cycles in Lake Tanganyika 86
AMBE, Y., HORIUCHI, S. & KAWAI, T.: Variation of water balance of Lake
Mashu - A closed volcanic lake in Japan 90
JOHNSTONE, I. M., HARDING, D. & ROBERTSON, R. D. S.: A geothermal
density current 96
II. Chemical Limnology
VERDUIN, J.: The Baule-Mitscherlich limiting factor equation evaluated
in freshwater habitats 103
CARIGNAN, R.: Seasonal dynamics of sulfate and hydrogen sulfide near
the sediment-water interface of an oligotrophic acid lake 106
ERIKSEN, C. H., ZANELLA, A. W. & NYS, M. H.: A hypothesis to explain
the colloidal differences between the Upper and Lower Inyo Crater
Lakes 116
WURTSBAUGH, W. A.: Iron, molybdenum and phosphorus limitation of
N2-fixation maintains nitrogen deficiency of plankton in the Great
Salt Lake drainage (Utah, USA) 121
LABAUGH, J. W.: Relation of hydrogeologic setting to chemical
characteristics of selected lakes and wetlands within a climate
gradient in the North-Central United States 131
TURK, J. T.: Use of regional lake-sulfate concentrations in the
evaluation of watershed processes in high-elevation parts of the
Western United States 138
EILERS, J. M., BRAKKE, D. F., LANDERS, D. H. & KELLAR, P. E.:
Characteristics of lakes in mountainous areas of the Western United
States 144
LANDERS, D. H., EILERS, J. M., BRAKKE, D. F. & KELLAR, P. E.:
Characteristics of acidic lakes in the Eastern United States 152
SCHELSKE, C. L., CONLEY, D.J. & STOERMER, E. F. : Has silica increased
in Lake Superior waters? 163
CARACO, N. F., COLE, J. J., LIKENS, G. E., MATTSON, M. D. & NOLAN, S.:
A very imbalanced nutrient budget for Mirror Lake, New Hampshire,
U.S.A 170
ALBERTS, J. J., BOWLING, J. W., SCHINDLER, J. E. & KYLE, D. E.:
Seasonal dynamics of physical and chemical properties of a warm
monomictic reservoir 176
FLEISCHER, S. & HAMRIN, S. F.: Land use and nitrogen losses - a study
within the Laholm Bay drainage area of Southwestern Sweden 181
FORSBERG, C. & MORLING, G.: Examples of changes in water chemistry
during lake acidi- and "deacidification" 193
PETTERSSON, K.: The mobility of phosphorus in fish-food and fecals 200
OSBORNE, P. K., POLUNIN, N. V. C. & NICHOLSON, K.: Geochemical traces
of riverine influence on a tropical lateral lake 207
III. Lakes. 1. North America
MACIOLEK, J. A.: Tundra ponds of the Yukon Delta, Alaska, and their
invertebrate communities (Abstract) 212
ALEXANDER, V., WHALEN, S. C. & KLINGENSMITH, K. M.: Nitrogen cycling
in arctic lakes and ponds (Abstract) 213
STOCKNER, J. G. & SHORTREED, K. S.: Algal picoplankton production and
contribution to food-webs in oligotrophic British Columbia lakes
(Abstract) 214
ASHLEY, K. I.: Hypolimnetic aeration research in British Columbia 215
TRIMBEE, A. M. & PREPAS, E. E.: The effect of oxygen depletion on the
timing and magnitude of blue-green algal blooms 220
PREPAS, E. E. & TRIMBEE, A. M.: Impact of nitrogen and phosphorus
additions on phytoplankton and zooplankton in deep prairie lakes
(Abstract) 227
HAMMER, U. T.: Water resources and their utilisation in Saskatchewan,
Canada 228
SPRULES, W. G.: Effects of trophic interaction on the shape of pelagic
size spectra 234
ALLISON, W. R. & HARVEY, H. H.: Composition, distribution and standing
crop of the benthos in a shallow lake 241
YOUNG, L. B. & HARVEY, H. H.: Metals in Chironomidae larvae and adults
in relation to lake pH and lake oxygen deficiency 246
YAN, N. D., KELLER, W., PITBLADO, J. R. & MACKIE, G. L.:
Daptnia-Holopedium relationships in Canadian Shield lakes ranging in
acidity 252
DILLON, P. J., NICHOLLS, K. H., LOCKE, B. A., GROSBOIS, E. DE & YAN,
N. D.: Phosphorus - pyhytoplankton relationships in nutrient-poor
soft-water lakes in Canada 258
FLINT, R. W., McDOWELL, W. H. & YOGIS, G.: Potential use of
organochlorine contaminants to validate a food web model 265
DUARTE, C. M., BIRD, D. F. & KALFF, J.: Submerged macrophytes and
sediment bacteria in the littoral zone of Lake Memphremagog (Canada)
271
KNOECHEL, R. & CAMPBELL, C. W.: Physical, chemical, watershed and
plankton characteristics of lakes on the Avalon Peninsula,
Newfoundland, Canada: a multivariate analysis of interrelationships
282
CAMPBELL, C. E. & KNOECHEL, R.: Zooplankton communities and trophic
structure of lakes on the Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada 297
EDMONDSON, W. T.: The present status of zooplankton in Lake Washington
(Abstract) 306
WELCH, E. B., DEGASPERTE, C. L. & SPYRIDAKIS, D. E.: Sources for
internal P loading in a shallow lake 307
FOLT, C. L., CRUMPTON, W. G. & GOLDMAN, CH. R.: The consequences of
food resource partitioning on a size-structured zooplankton population
315
ELLIS, B. K. & STANFORD, J. A.: Nutrient subsidy in montane lakes:
fluvial sediments versus volcanic ash 327
FREMLING, C. R.: Effects of reclamation on an urban winter-kill lake
at Winona, Minnesota, U.S.A 341
BAKER, L. A., TACCONI, J. E. & BREZONIK, P. L.: Role of sedimentation
in regulating major ion composition in a soft-water, seepage lake in
Northern Wisconsin 346
KITCHELL,J. F. & CARPENTER, S. R.: Food web manipulation in
experimental lakes 351
RAGOTZKIE, R. A.: Great Lakes ecosystem experiment 359
BUSCH,J. L. & BROOKS, A.S.: The excretion of phosphate and ammonia
from microcrustaceans, and its vertical and seasonal distribution at
an offshore station in Lake Michigan 366
SAGER, P. E., RUBIO, B. & KIRK, J.: The importance of nannoplankton
along the trophic gradient in Green Bay, Lake Michigan 376
HERDENDORF, CH. E. & FAY, L. A.: Development of an environmental
sensitivity index for coastal areas of Lake Erie, North America 380
MOELLER, R. E. & WETZEL, R. G.: Littoral vs profundal components of
sediment accumulation: Contrasting roles as phosphorus sinks 386
III. Lakes. 2. Europe
JONASSON, P. M. & LINDEGAARD, C.: Ecosystem studies of North Atlantic
Ridge lakes 394
HAMILTON, J. D.: Recent human influences on the ecology of Loch Lomond
Scotland 403
MOSS, B., IRVINE, K. & STANSFIELD, J.: Approaches to the restoration
of shallow eutrophicated lakes in England 414
LANGELAND, A.: Decreased zooplankton density in a mountain lake
resulting from predation by recently introduced Mysis relicts 419
HONGVE, D., L0VSTAD, 0. & BJ0RNDALEN, K.: Gonyostomum semen - a new
nuisance to bathers in Norwegian lakes 430
KJENSMO, J.: Recent sediments in the iron-meromictic Lake Skjennungen
435

JESPERSEN, A.-M., CHRISTOFFERSEN, K. & RIEMANN, B.: Annual
carbon fluxes between phyto-, zoo-, and bacterio-plankton in
eutrophic, Lake Frederiksborg, Slotsso, Denmark 440
M0LLER JENSEN, L. & SCHWAERTER, S.: Major pathways involved in the
utilization of primary production in a temperate eutrophic lake 445
BOSTROM, B.: Relations between chemistry, microbial biomass and
activity in sediments of a sewage-polluted vs a nonpolluted eutrophic
lake 451
AHLGREN, 1., BOSTROM, B. & PETTERSSON, A.-K.: Seasonal variation of
the microbial community in the sediments of a hypereutrophic lake
(Abstract) 460
SALONEN, K., ARVOLA, L.: A radiotracer study of zooplankton grazing in
two small humic lakes 462
ELORANTA, P.: Periphytic diatoms as indicators of lake acidity 470
BALVAY, G. & PELLETIER, J. P.: Evolution quantitative du plancton
durant la phase d'eutrophisation acceleree du Lac Leman
(Suisse-France) 474
VLUGT, J. C. VAN DER & KLAPWIJK, SJ. P.: Dose-effect relationships
between phosphorus concentration and phytoplankton biomass in the
Reenwijk Lakes (The Netherlands) 482
ROIJACKERS, R. M. M. & VERSTRAELEN, P. J. T.: Ecological
investigations in three shallow lakes of different trophic level in
the Netherlands 489
KRAMBECK, CH.: Control of bacterioplankton structures by grazing and
nutrient supply during the decline of an algal bloom 496
RAI, H.: Activity of respiratory electron transport system (ETS) in
different size particles as a measure of carbon losses from primary
producers (Abstract) 503
SCHILLING, N., KÖSTLER, E. & SCHOWALTER, M.: Dynamics of natural algal
populations in Lake Kochel (FRO) 505
RUTTNER-KOLISKO, A. & MALICKY, G.: Succession and abundance of
Rotifers in Lunzer Untersee as determined by biological interactions
and abiotic events 510

PSENNER, R.: Long-term changes in the chemical composition of a
meromictic lake after hypolimnetic with-drawal (Abstract) 516
HERODEK, S., ISTVANOVICS, V. & ZLINSZKY, J.: Phosphorus metabolism and
eutrophication control of Lake Balaton 517
VICENTE, E. & MIRACLE, M. R.: Physiochemical and microbial
stratification in a meromictic karstic lake of Spain 522
BERNARDI, R. DE, GIUSSANI, G. & MANCA, M.: Seasonal evolution of
Cladocera in Lago Maggiore (N. Italy) as influenced by environmental
parameters 530

BONACINA, C., BONOMI, G., BARBANT;, I ., MOSELLO, R. & RUGGIU, D.:
Recovery of an industrially acidified, ammonium and heavy metals
polluted lake (Lake Orta, N. Italy), due to the adoption of treatment
plants 535
ANTONIETTI, R., FERRARI, I., ROSSETTI, G., TAROZZI, L. & VLAROLI, P.:
Zooplankton structure in an oligotrophic mountain lake in Northern
Italy 545
GAGGINO, G. F. & PROVINI, A.: Eutrophication of lakes and reservoirs
in Italy 553
OHMAN, K., JONES, J. R., KNOWLTON, M. F., SWAR, D. B., PAMPERL,
M. A. & BRAZOS, B. J.: Pre- and postmonsoon limnological
characteristics of lakes in the Pokhara and Kathmandu Valleys, Nepal
558
WEIMIN, CH.: Some aspects of zooplankton species, biomass and
distribution to environmental factors in Dianchi and Erhai Lakes with
an evaluation of water trophic status (Abstract) 566
INOUCHI, Y. & TERASHIMA, S.: Sedimentation mechanism of fine materials
in Lake Biwa 567
YOSHIOKA, T., WADA, E. & SAIJO, Y.: Analysis of lacustrine food web
with natural carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios 573
III. Lakes. 4. Africa
HART, R. C.: The effect of inorganic turbidity on zooplankton feeding
rates and its related implications to community structure: an
experimental analysis 579
III. Lakes. 5. Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica
HORSFALL, L., JELINEK, A. & TIMMS, B. V.: The influence of recreation,
mainly power boating, on the ecology of the Thirlmere Lakes, N.S.W.,
Australia 580

CULLEN, P., FARMER, N. & O LOUGHLIN, E.: Estimating non-point sources
of phosphorus to lakes 588
CROOME, R. L. & TYLER, P. A.: Microbial microcosms and devolving
meromixis in Tasmania 594
WHITE, E., PAYNE, G. & PICKMERE, S.: A limitation to the usefulness of
chlorophyll as a biomass indicator in eutrophication studies 598
PAYNE, G. W., WHITE, E., PICKMERE, S. E. & WOODS, P. H.: Algal
responses to nitrogen and phosphorus additions in four central North
Island, New Zealand lakewaters 602
WHITE, E., PAYNE, G., PICKMERE, S. & WOODS, P.: Phosphorus reduction
required to control eutrophication at Lake Rotorua, New Zealand 607
VANT, W. N. & DAVIES-COLLEY, R. J.: Water appearance and recreational
use of 10 lakes of the North Island (New Zealand) 611
JAMES, M. R.: Ammonia excretion by zooplankton and its importance to
primary productivity in Lake Taupo (Abstract) 616
DOWNES, M. T.: Nitrogen transformations in a mesotrophic lake during
the transition to hypolimnetic anoxia (Abstract) 617
DRYDEN, S. J., LAW, K. & MAY, L.: Winter diatom growth: an explanation
for the high annual productivity of Central North Island lakes, New
Zealand (Abstract) 619

STOUT, V. M.: A comparison of North Island and South Island lakes in
New Zealand 620
HAMILTON, D. P. & MITCHELL, S. F.: Effects of wind on nitrogen,
phosphorus, and chlorophyll in a shallow New Zealand lake 624
WATANUKI, K. & OSAWA, S.: Systematic analysis of Antarctic land water
systems (Abstract) 629
MATSUMOTO, G. I.: Biogeochemical study of organic substances in
Antarctic lake (Abstract) 630
GALLAGHER, J. B., BURTON, H. R. & CALF, G.: Meromixis in an Antarctic
fjord; a precursor to meromictic lakes on an isostatically rising
coastline (Abstract) 631
WHARTON, Jr., R. A., SIMMONS, Jr., G. M. & McKAY, C. P.: Lake Hoare,
Southern Victoria Land, Antarctica: An analog of the past, a prolog of
the future (Abstract) 632
TORII, T., NAKAYA, S., MATSUBAYA, O., MATSUMOTO, G. I., MASUDA, N.,
KAWANO, T. & MURAVAMA, H.: Chemical characteristics of pond waters in
the Labyrinth of Southern Victoria Land, Antarctica (Abstract) 633
PRISCU, J. C.: Photon dependence of inorganic nitrogen transport by
phytoplankton in perennially ice-covered Antarctic lakes (Abstract)
634

GREEN, W. J., GARDNER, T. J., FERDELMAN, T. G., ANGLE, M. P., VARNER,
L. C. & NIXON, P.: Geochemical processes in the Fryxell System
(Abstract) 635
ELLIS-EVANS, J. C. & LEMON, E. C. G.: The significance of iron to
nutrient cycling in certain maritime Antarctic freshwater lakes
(Abstract) 636