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Congress in New Zealand 1987

Ed.: Vladimir Sládecek

1988. VIII, 624 pages, 17x24cm, 1450 g
Language: English

(Verhandlungen IVL, Volume 23 Part 2)

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III. Lakes. 6. South America
FISHER, T. R., DOYLE, R. D. & PEELE, E. R.: Size-fractionated uptake
and regeneration of ammonium and phosphate in a tropical lake 637
FURCH, K., JUNK, W. J. & CAMPOS, Z. E. S.: Release of major ions and
nutrients by decomposing leaves of Pseudobombax munguba, a common tree
in the Amazonian flood-plain 642
QUIROS, R.: Relationships between air temperature, depth, nutrients
and chlorophyll in 103 Argentinian lakes 647
III. Lakes. 7. Succession
MUNAWAR, M., MUNAWAR, I. F. & MCCARTHY, L. H.: Seasonal succession of
phytoplankton size assemblages and its ecological implications in the
North American Great Lakes 659
CARNEY, H. J. & GOLDMAN, C. R.: Seasonal phytoplankton r- and
K-selection in oligotrophic Lake Tahoe 672
SOLTAU KILHAM, S.: Phytoplankton responses to changes in mortality
rate 677
REYNOLDS, C. S.: The concept of ecological succession applied to
seasonal periodicity of - freshwater phytoplankton 683
WILLEN, E.: Abundance distribution models tested on phytoplankton in
Swedish Lakes (Abstract) 692
ILMAVIRTA, V.: Acidic Lake Lakeenjarvi, Eastern Finland: Phytoplankton
succession and water chemistry 693
GAWLER, M., BALVAY, G., BLANC, P., DRUART, J.-C. & PELLETIER, J. P.:
Plankton ecology of Lake Geneva: a test of the PEG-model (Abstract)
699
STABEL, H.-H.: Algal control of elemental sedimentary fluxes in Lake
Constance 700
SOMMER, U.: Does nutrient competition among phytoplankton occur in
situ 707
LAMPERT, W.: The relative importance of food limitation and predation
in the seasonal cycle of two Daptnia species 713
CHORUS, I. & WESSELER, E.: Response of the phytoplankton community to
therapy measures in a highly eutrophic urban lake (Schlachtensee,
Berlin) 719

DE BERNARDI, R., GIUSSANI, G., MANCA, M. & RUGGIU, D.: Long-term
dynamics of plankton communities in Lago Maggiore (N. Italy) 729
RICHERSON, P. J. & CARNEY, H. J.: Patterns of temporal variation in
Lake Titicaca, a high altitude tropical lake. II. Succession rate and
diversity of the phytoplankton 734
III. Lakes. 8. Mesocosms
McQUEEN, D. J. & POST, J. R.: Limnocorral studies of cascading trophic
interactions 739
CHANT, L., CORNETT, R. J. & RISTO, B.: Measuring contaminant transport
between water and sediments using limnocorrals (Abstract) 748
SMITH, D. W. & HORNE, A. J.: Experimental measurement of resource
competition between planktonic microalgae and macroalgae (seaweeds) in
mesocosms simulating the San Francisco Bay-Estuary, California
(Abstract) 749
S0BALLE, D. M. & THRELKELD, S. T.: Algal-clay flocculation in turbid
waters: Variations due to algal and mineral differences 750
THRELKELD, S. T. & S0BALLE, D. M.: Effects of mineral turbidity on
freshwater plankton communities: three exploratory tank experiments of
factorial design (Abstract) 755
RIJKEBOER, M. & GONS H. J.: The relationship between oxygen exchange
and changes in seston in laboratory scale enclosures 756

BLOESCH, J., BOSSARD, P., BÜHRER, H., BÜRGI, H. R. & UEHLINGER, U.:
Can results from limnocorral experiments be transferred to in situ
conditions? (Biomanipulation in limnocorrals VI) (Abstract) 762
KAWAI, T., MIYAMOTO, K., AOYAMA, K., UMEZAWA, Y. & OTSUKI, A.: Diurnal
changes of DIC and DO by phytoplankton community during continuous
acidification in experimental ponds 764
YASUNO, M., HANASATO, T., IWAKUMA, T., TAKAMURA, K., UENO, R. &
TAKAMURA, N.: Effects of permethrin on phytoplankton and zooplankton
in an enclosure ecosystem in a pond (Abstract) 770
ETHEREDGE, M. K.: The influence of zooplankton grazing on the
phytoplankton community structure of a humic and non-humic lake,
Waikato, New Zealand 771
III. Lakes. 9. Models
ZIMMERMAN, M. J.: Modeling water quality in reservoir tailwaters 772
SKIP, K. L. & IBREKK, H.: Regression equations for lake management -
how far do they go? 778
TJOMSLAND, T. & FAAFENG, B. A.: Application of the ecological model
FINNECO to Lake Gjersjoen 786
LOS, F. J. & BRINKMAN, J. J.: Phytoplankton modelling by means of
optimisation: A 10-year experience with BLOOM II 790
HAMM, A., REMETH, H. & SCHILLING, N.: Ecosystem model for a lake with
high through-flow 796
KRAMBECK, H.-J.: Partial destratification of eutrophic lakes: a tool
for "ecosystem modelling" 801
GABRIEL, W. & THOMAS, B.: The influence of food availability,
predation risk, and metabolic costs on the evolutionary stability of
diel vertical migration in zooplankton 807
FUKUSHIMA, T. & MURAOKA, K.: Simple model to predict water quality in
90 Japanese lakes 812
RUTHERFORD, J. C.: Internal nitrogen and phosphorus loads in Lake
Rotorua, New Zealand 828
McBRIDE, G. B. & PRIDMORE, R. D.: Prediction of [chlorophyll-a] in
impoundments of short hydraulic retention time: mixing effects 832
IV. Paleolimnology
SMOL, J. P.: Paleoclimate proxy data from freshwater arctic diatoms
837
R0EN, U.: Remains of early glacial Cladocera from North Greenland 845
BRUNSKILL, G. J. & LUDLAM, S. D.: The variation of annual Pb flux to
varved sediments of Fayetteville Green Lake, New York from 1885 to
1965 848
DOUGLAS, M. S. V. & SMOL, J. P.: Siliceous protozan and chrysophycean
microfossils from the recent sediments of Sphaginum dominated Lake
Colden, N.Y., U.S.A 855
EINARSSON, A. & HAFLIDASON, H.: Predictive paleolimnology: Effects of
sediment dredging in Lake Myvatn, Iceland 860
HUTTUNEN, P., MERILÄINEN, J., COTTEN, C. & RÖNKKÖ, J.: Attempts to
reconstruct lake water pH and colour from sedimentary diatoms and
Cladocera 870
GUILIZZONI, P. & LAMI, A.: Sub-fossil pigments as a guide to the
phytoplankton history of the acidified Lake Orta (N. Italy) 874
HORIE, S.: Process of paleolimnological study in Lake Biwa for 30
years 880
FUJI, N.: Paleovegetation and paleoclimate changes around Lake Biwa,
Japan, during the last cat 3 million years 882
OGURA, K.: Organic compounds in a Lake Biwa sediment core of 1400 m 887
ISHIWATARI, R.: Lignin compounds during the 0.6 million-year-old
sediments of Lake Biwa 893
TAKAHASHI, S.: Paleoenvironment and fish life (Succession of limnetic
feature of Lake Biwa by 1400 m drilling, No. 9) 897
NEWNHAM, R. G.: Pollen analysis of sediment cores, Lake Rotomanuka,
North Island, New Zealand (Abstract) 900
LOWE, D. J.: Impulse radar and paleolimnology in New Zealand
(Abstract) 901 HARPER, M.: Interglacial diatom floras from three sites
in the North Island, New Zealand (Abstract) 902
V. Methods
PECK, D. V., BAKER, J. R. & HILLMAN, D. C.: An apparatus for
determining the pH of dilute water samples (Abstract) 903
GOLTERMAN, H. L. & BOOMAN, A.: Sequential extraction of iron-phosphate
and calcium-phosphate from sediments by chelating agents 904
ANTONIETTI, R., VERONESI, S., FERRINI, C., TAROZZI, L. & PISI, R.:
Liquid nitrogen pretreatment in ATP extraction from sediments 910
REUTER, J. E. 8: AXLER, R. P.: A comparison of methodologies used to
measure nutrient uptake by penphyton 915
FOGG, G. E. & CALVARIO-MARTINEZ, 0.: Effect of bottle size in
determinations of primary productivity by phytoplankton (Abstract) 919
HARRIS, G. P., GRIFFITHS, F. B. & THOMAS, D. P.: Dark uptake and loss
of 14C (Abstract) 920
S0NDERGAARD, M.: Simultaneous measurements of carbon-14 and carbon-12
exchange in submerged macrophytes 921
NEVEUX, J.: Extraction of chlorophylls from marine phytoplankton 928
ERNST, D. E. W.: The kinetics of chlorophyll extraction from
phytoplankton and a quick extraction method 933
COVENEY, M. F.: Fluorometric measurement of extracted chlorophyll
pigments 938
OTSUKI, A. & TAKAMURA, N.: Comparison of chlorophyll-a concentrations
measured by fluorometric HPLC and spectrophotometric methods in highly
eutrophic shallow Lake Kasumigaura 944
JACOBSEN, T. R., RAI, H. & NUSCH, E. A.: The measurement of
phytoplankton pigments in freshwater: Where do we go from here? 952
LHOTSKY, O. & MARVAN, P.: A standardised method of algal assay 957
GROEGER, A. W. & KIMMEL, B. L.: Relationship between photosynthetic
and respiratory phytoplankton carbon metabolism (Abstract) 960
VI. Man-Made Lakes
OUELLET, M. & JONES, H. G.: Some physico-chemical aspects of Lake
Saint-Jean, Quebec, Canada 961
AXLER, R., REUTER, J. E., SLOTTON, D. & GOLDMAN, C.: Heavy metal
distribution and water quality aspects of a newly impounded gold
mining reservoir 968
JONES, J. R. & KAISER, M. S.: Limnological characteristics of Lake of
the Ozarks, Missouri II: Measurements following forrmation of a large
reservoir upstream 976
KIMMEL, B. L., S0BALLE, D. M., ADAMS, S. M., PALUMBO, A. V., FORD,
C. J. & BEVELHIMER, M. Inter-reservoir interactions: Effects of a new
reservoir on organic matter production and processing in a
multiple-impoundment series 985
SIMMONS, Jr., G. M. & BOWEN, M. G.: Bacterial densities in selected
seston fractions in a large river ecosystem 995
JENSEN, J. W.: Crustacean plankton and fish throughout the first
decade of a subalpine, manmade reservoir (Abstract) 1005

ARMENGOL, J., SABATER, F., RIERA, J. L. & PUIG, M. A.: Longitudinal
changes in the zoo-plankton communities along a series of reservoirs
in the Guadiana River (W. Spain) 1006
COTTA-RAMUSINO, M. & CROSA, G.: Nutrient load and provisional
valuation in an artificial reservoir 1011
CHUTTER, F. M., ASHTON, P. J. & THORNTON, J. A.: The effects of
drought and hydrological management on hypertrophic Hartbeespoort Dam
and the prediction of its trophic status (Abstract) 1014
TWINCH, A. J.: Sediments in the periodically exposed marginal zone of
a hypertrophic reservoir: The influence of exposure in phosphate
exchange characteristics 1015
GROBBELAAR, J. U.: The contribution of phytoplankton in turbid
freshwaters to their trophic status (Abstract) 1020
KAGAWA, H., TOGASHI, M. & KAWABATA, Z.: Comparison of P. Ca and Mg
contents of phytoplankton between the heads of two river reservoirs
with different phosphorus loading 1022
MALTHUS, T. J. & MITCHELL, S. F.: Agricultural development and
eutrophication of Lake Mahinerangi, New Zealand 1028
VII. Small Water Bodies and Wetlands
GURNEY, S. E. & ROBINSON, G. G. C.: The influence of water level
manipulation on metaphyton production in a temperate freshwater marsh
1032
WHITMAN, R. L., GOCHEE, A. V. & RUCKMAN, P. L.: Biological assemblages
of Miller Woods ponds, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Gary, Indiana
1041
HENSON, E. B.: Macro-invertebrate associations in a marsh ecosystem 1049
SYMOENS, J. J., DE CLERCQ, M., OSAFO, R. A. & SANSEN, U.: The lake of
Virelles (Prov. Hainaut, Belgium): Management of a lake for nature
conservation and recreation 1057
MADONI, P.: Distribution and seasonal succession of ciliated Protozoa
in a ricefield ecosystem: A three-year study 1063
GIANICCONI, F. & MORETTI, G. P.: Ecology and zoogeography of the
macrobenthos in the irrigated meadows or "Marcite" of Central Italy
(Umbria-PG) 1068
WHITTON, B. A. & ROTHER, J. A.: Diel changes in the environment of a
deepwater rice-field in Bangladesh 1074
TAIT, R. D.: Macroinvertebrate communities of Magela Creek billabongs,
Northern Territory, Australia 1080
CULVER, D. A.: Plankton ecology in fish hatchery ponds in Narrandera,
NSW, Australia 1085
VIII. Underground Waters
GIBERT, J.: Functional sub-units of an exsurgence karstic system, and
exchanges with the surface environment. Reflections on the
characterisation of natural aquatic groundwater ecosystems 1090
IX. Running Waters I
LA PERRIERE, J. D., VAN NIEUWENHUYSE, E. E. & ANDERSON, P. R.: High
subarctic Alaska Stream primary production (Abstract) 1097
OSWOOD, M. W.: Community structure of benthic invertebrates in
interior Alaskan (U.S.A.) streams and rivers (Abstract) 1098
HULLAR, M. A. & VESTAL, J. R.: The effects of nutrient limitation and
stream discharge on the epilithic microbial community in an
oligotrophic arctic stream (Abstract) 1099
MILLER, M. C. & STOUT, J. R.: Variability of macroinvertebrate
community composition in an arctic and a subarctic stream (Abstract)
1100
OGILVIE, G.: The effects of periphyton manipulations on the
micro-distribution of grazing macromvertebrates 1101 I
CUSHING, C. E.: Allochthonous detritus input to a small, cold desert
spring-stream 1107
STANFORD, J. A., HAUER, F. R. & WARD, J. V.: Serial discontinuity in a
large river system 1114
FOX, M. G. & BEETON, A. M.: Phosphorus concentration trends in the
Saline River watershed, USA 1119
BURTON, T. M., ULRICH, K. E. & HAACK, S. K.: Community dynamics of
bacteria, algae, and insects in a first order stream in New
Hampshire, U.S.A 1125
HEDIN, L. O., MAYER, M. S. & LIKENS, G. E.: The effect of
deforestation on organic debris dams 1135
RESH, V. H., JACKSON, J. K. & McELRAVY, E. P.: The use of long-term
ecological data and sequential decision plans in monitoring the impact
of geothermal energy development on benthic macroinvertebrates 1142
BOTTORFF, R. L. & KNIGHT, A. W.: Functional organization of
macroinvertebrate communities in two first-order California streams:
Comparison of perennial and intermittent flow conditions 1147 R
DUDLEY, T. L.: The roles of plant complexity and epiphyton in
colonization of macrophytes by stream insects 1153
HOOPER, F. F. & OTTEY, D. R.: Responses of macroinvertebrates of two
headwater streams to discharge fluctuations 1159
HAWKINS, C. P.: Effects of watershed vegetation and disturbance on
invertebrate community structure in western Cascade streams:
Implications for stream ecosystem theory 1167
WARD, J. V. & VOELZ, N. J.: Downstream effects of a large,
deep-release, high mountain reservoir on lotic zoobenthos 1174
BACHMANN, R. W., KORTGE, K. J. & ROBERTSON, T. E.: Primary production
in a small agricultural stream 1179
FISHER, S. G. & GRIMM, N. B.: Disturbance as a determinant of
structure in a Sonoran Desert stream ecosystem 1183
MULHOLLAND, P. J., MINEAR, R. A. & ELWOOD, J. W.: Production of
soluble, high molecular weight phosphorus and its subsequent uptake by
stream detritus 1190
ELWOOD, J. W., MULHOLLAND, P. J. & NEWBOLD, J. D.: Microbial activity
and phosphorus uptake on decomposing leaf detritus in a heterotrophic
stream 1198
BENKE, A. C. & MEYER, J. L.: Structure and function of a black-water
river in the southeastern U.S.A 1209
LAMMERS, W. T.: Yearly flux of virus-like particles and humic acid in
river sediment 1219
WALLACE, J. B., GURTZ, M. E. & SMITH CUFFNEY, F.: Long-term
comparisons of insect abundances in disturbed and undisturbed
Appalachian headwater streams 1224
CUMMINS, K. W. & WILZBACH, M. A.: Do pathogens regulate stream
invertebrate populations? 1232
WILZBACH, M. A., CUMMINS, K. W. & KNAPP, R. A.: Toward a functional
classification of stream invertebrate drift 1244
SWIFT, M. C., CUMMINS, K. W. & SMUCKER, R. A.: Effects of Dimilin on
stream leaf-litter processing rates 1255