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Congress in Munich 1989

Ed.: V. Sládecek; A. Sládecková

1990. VII, 718 pages, 17x24cm, 1480 g
Language: English

(Verhandlungen IVL, Volume 24 Part 1)

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Presidential Address
FREY, D. G.: What is a lake? 1
Edgardo Baldi Memorial Lecture
WETZEL, R. G.: Land-water interfaces: Metabolic and limnological
regulators 6
Plenary Lectures
VINCENT, W. F.: The dynamic coupling between photosynthesis and light
in the phytoplankton environment 25

SHAPIRO, J.: Current beliefs regarding dominance by blue-greens: The
case for the importance of CO2 and pH 38
BJÖRK, S.: Governing ecosystems for sustainable function 55
JORGENSEN, S. E.: Application of models in limnological research 61
KILHAM, S. S. & KILHAM, P.: Tropical limnology: Do African lakes
violate the "first law" of limnology? 68
I. Physical Limnology
SCHNEIDER, K., MAUSER, W. & GRUNWALD, B.: The determination of energy
fluxes at the water surface of Lake Constance using remotely sensed
data 73
GAEDKE, U. & SCHIMMELE, M.: The potential impact of internal seiches
on observed population dynamics of planktonic organisms in Lake
Constance 80
MAUERSBERGER, P.: Thermodynamics of limnic processes 85
CASAMITJANA, X. & ROGET, E.: The thermal structure of Lake Banyoles 88
ROGET, E. & CASAMITJANA, X.: Water exchanges between a coastal lagoon
and the sea 92
CARRILLO, P., CRUZ-PIZARRO, L. & MoRALEs-BAQuERo, R.: Effects of
unpredictable atmospheric allochthonous input on the light climate of
an oligotrophic lake 97

PU, P., HUANG, C., ZHANG, W. & Wu, J.: Thermohydrodynamic
characteristics of Tai Lake in China and their environmental effects
102
KUMAGAI, M.: Overturning and oxygen supply in a deep lake 107
ALLANSON, B. R.: Physical processes and their biological impact 112
TYLER, P. A. & BOWLING, L. C.: The wax and wane of meromixis in
estuarine lakes in Tasmania 117
STEWART, K. M. & HAUGEN, R. K.: Influence of lake morphometry on ice
dates 122
II. Chemical Limnology
LIKENS, G. E., HEDIN, L. O. & BUTLER, T. J.: Some long-term
precipitation chemistry patterns at the Hubbard Brook Experimental
Forest: Extremes and averages 128
KLEINER,J.: Calcite precipitation - regulating mechanisms in hardwater
lakes 136
KOSCHEL, R., GIERING, B., KASPRZAK, P., PROFT, G. & RAIDT, H.: Changes
of calcite precipitation and trophic conditions in two stratified
hardwater lakes of the Baltic Lake District of the GDR 140
BRAKKE, D. F., HENRIKSEN, A. & NORTON, S. A.: A variable F-factor to
explain changes in base cation concentrations as a function of strong
acid deposition 146
HERN,J. A.: Influence of soil sulphate adsorption on lake
acidification 150
PRAIRIE, Y. T. & LANGEVIN, R.: Sulfate and nitrate retention in lakes 152
MOSELLO, R., MARCHETTO, A., BOGGERO, A. & TARTARI, G. A.:
Relationships between water chemistry geographical and lithological
features of the watershed of Alpine lakes located in NW Italy 155
KAGAWA, H.: Ca-Mg index regulating phytoplanktonic particulate
phosphorus concentration at the head of a river reservo~r 158
RICH, P. H. & MURRAY, T. E.: De-icing salts in an urban drainage basin
162
WOOD, K. G.: pH is just a two-letter word 166
KULLBERG, A.: The octanol/water partition coefficient and absorptivity
of DOC in 10 humic acid and neutral streams in southern Sweden 169
LINDMARK, G. K.: Soda ash briquettes in lake sediments - a new
approach in reclamation of acidified waters 173
ASHLEY, K. I. & HALL, K. J.: Factors influencing oxygen transfer in
hypolimnetic aeration systems 179
JAEGER, D.: TIBEAN - a new hypolimnetic water aeration plant 184
RAVERA, O.: The effects of hypolimnetic oxygenation in the shallow and
eutrophic Lake Comabbio (Northern Italy) studied by "enclosure" 188
WATANABE, Y.: C:N:P ratios of size-fractionated seston and planktonic
organisms in various trophic levels 195
VADSTEIN, O., JENSEN, A., OLSEN, Y. & REINERTSEN, H.: The role of
planktonic bacteria in cycling carbon and phosphorus in lakes
(Abstract) 200
JENSEN, J. P., KRISTENSEN, P. & JEPPESEN, E.: Relationships between
nitrogen loading and in-lake nitrogen concentrations in shallow Danish
lakes 201
KRUPKA, H. M.: Transformations of nitrogen forms in epilimnion of the
eutrophic Glebokie Lake (Masurian Lake District, Poland) (Abstract)
205
SPENCER C. N. & ELLIS, B. K.: Co-limitation by phosphorus and
nitrogen, and effects of zooplankton mortaiity, on phytoplankton in
Flathead Lake, Montana, U.S.A. 206
HEATH, R. T. & EDINGER, A. C.: Uptake of 32P-phosphoryl from
glucose-6-phosphate by plankton in an acid boglake 210
KÄLLQVIST, T. & BERGE, D.: Biological availability of phosphorus in
agricultural runoff compared to other phosphorus sources 214
BERGE, D.: FOSRES - a phosphorus loading model for shallow lakes 218
JENSEN, H. S. & ANDERSEN, F. 0.: Impact of nitrate and blue-green
algae abundance on phosphorus cycling between sediment and water in
two shallow, eutrophic lakes 224
ISTVANOVICS, V., PETTERSSON, K. & PIERSON, D.: Partitioning of
phosphate uptake between different size groups of planktonic
microorganisms in Lake Erken 231
PETTERSSON, K., ISTVXNOVICS, V. & PIERSON, D.: Effects of vertical
mixing on phytoplanEton phosphorus supply during summer in Lake Erken
236
PERSSON, G.: Utilization of phosphorus in suspended particulate matter
as tested by algal bioassays 242
SAS, H.: Lake restoration by reduction of nutrient loading:
Expectations, experiences, extrapolations 247
HERODEK, S., ISTVANOVICS, V. & SZILAGYI, F.: Phosphorus metabolism in
the Kis-Balaton Reservoir (Abstract) 252
NAUMOSKI, T. B.: Phosphorus supply in Lake Ohrid, Macedonia,
Yugoslavia 253
BOAVIDA, M. J.: Natural plankton phosphatases and the recycling of
phosphorus 258
ALBERTS, J. J., ERTEL, J. R. & CASE, L.: Characterization of organic
matter in rivers of the Southeastern United States 260
FILBIN, G. J., KNAPP, C. M., TURNER, G. W. & SAUNDERS, W. P. Jr.:
Dissolved organic carbon and its relationship to alkalinity and pH in
Maryland streams. The results of a synoptic survey 263
CHORUS, I., KLEIN, G. & ROTARD, W.: Volatile organic substances
associated with algal blooms in lakes of different trophic state and
in bank filtrate 270
OGURA, K.: Lipid compounds in lake sediments 274
JUTTNER, F.: Distribution of toluene in stratified lakes and river
dams of Southwest Germany 279
SERRANO, L. & GUISANDE, C.: Effects of polyphenolic compounds on
phytoplankton 282
FORSBERG, C. & PETERSEN, R. C. Jr.: A darkening of Swedish lakes due
to increased humus inputs during the last 15 years 289
NURMINEN, J., EINIO, P. & MONSTER, U.: Extracellular proteolytic
activity and its relation to dissolved amino acid composition in the
DOM of a polyhumic lake (Abstract) 293
SALONEN, K. & TULONEN, T.: Photochemical and biological transformation
of dissolved humic substances (Abstract) 294
WOJCIECHOWSKI, I. & GORNIAK, A.: Influence of the brown humic and
fulvic acids originating from nearby peat bogs on phytoplanEton
activity in the littoral of two lakes in Mid-Eastern Poland 295
DE HAAN, H., DE BOER, T., VOERMAN, J., KRAMER, H. A. & VAN TONGEREN,
O. F. R.: Size class distribution of dissolved ( < 200 nm) nutrients
and essential metals in shallow, eutrophic and humic lakes 298
III. Lakes. 1. North America
JONES, J. R., LAPERRIERE, J. D. & PERKINS, B. D.: Limnology of Walker
Lake and comparisons with other lakes in the Brooks Range, Alaska
(USA) 302
LAPERRIERE, J. D.: Variations in aggradation lakes of the Tanana
Valley: Influence of morphometry and chemistry on phytoplankton
photosynthesis 309
DALEY, R. D. & PICK, F. R.: Phytoplankton biomass and composition of
Kootenay Lake, British Colum- bia, following reductions in phosphorus
loading 314
STOCKNER, J. G. & KLUT, E. M.: Femto- and picoplankton associations in
freshwater pelagic ecosystems: Possible ecological implications
(Abstract) 319
PREPAS, E. E., WEBB, D. J., ROBINSON, C. L. K. & MURPHY, T. P.: Impact
of liquid oxygen injection on a . l deep, naturally eutrophic, lake:
Amisk Lake, Alberta, year one (Abstract) 320
HAMMER, U. T.: The effects of climate change on the salinity, water
levels and biota of Canadian prairie sahnelakes 321
MURPHY, T. P. & PREPAS, E. E.: Lime treatment of hardwater lakes to
reduce eutrophication 327
McQUEEN, D. J., JOHANNES, M. R. S., POST, J. R., STEWART, T. J. &
LEAN, D. R. S.: Biomanipulation and community structure at Lake
St. George, Ontario, Canada 335
RIESSEN, H. P.: Demographic analysis of Chauborus predation on
Daphniapulex 339
HENSON, E. B. & HENSON, K. E.: Olson's system of morphometry revised 344
OUELLET, M. & PAGE, P.: Some limnological aspects of Crater Lake,
Quebec, Ungava (Abstract) 348
KEREKES, J. J.: Possible correlation of summer common loon (Gavia
immer) population with the trophic l state of a water body 349
RYAN, P. M., SCRUTON, D. A. & STANSBURY, D. E.: Acidification
monitoring by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans in insular
Newfoundland, Canada 354
PATALAS, K.: Diversity of the zooplankton communities in Canadian
lakes as a function of climate 360
BARUCA,J.: Long-term trends in Great Lakes nutrient concentrations: A
summary 369
FAHNENSTIEL, G. L., SCHELSKE, C. L. & MCCORMICK, M. J.: Phytoplankton
photosynthesis and biomass in Lake Superior: Effects of nutrient
enrichment 371

SPRULES, W. G. & JIN, E. H.: Composition and size structure of
zooplankton communities in the St. Lawrence Great Lakes 378
JIN, E. H. & SPRULES, W. G.: Distribution and abundance of
Bythotrephes cederstroemii (Cladocera: Cercopagidae) in the
St. Lawrence Great Lakes 383
SANDGREN, C. D. & LEHMAN, J. T.: Response of chlorophyll-a,
phytoplankton, and microzooplankton to the invasion of Lake Michigan
by Bythotrephes 386
SAGER, P. E. & RICHMAN, S.: Patterns of phytoplankton-zooplankton
interaction along a trophic gradient: I. Production and utilization 393
LEHMAN, J. T. & SANDGREN, C. D.: Trophic dynamics of Lake Michigan:
Response of algal production to changes in the zooplankton community
397
RICHMAN, S. & SAGER, P. E.: Patterns of phytoplankton-zooplankton
interaction along a trophic gradient: II. Biomass and size distribution 401
SMITH, D. L. & MAGNUSON, J. J.: Biomass size structure and energy
transfer efficiency across the productivity gradient in a freshwater
estuary - Green Bay, Lake Michigan 406
DUTHLE, H. C. & JONES, D. K.: Epilithic algal productivity on the
submerged Niagara Escarpment, Georgian Bay, Canada 411
WAINMAN, B. C. & LEAN, D. R. S.: Seasonal trends in planktonic lipid
content and lipid class 416
LEAN, D. R. S., NEILSON, M. A., STEVENS, R. J. J. & MAZUMDER, A.:
Response of Lake Ontario to reduced phosphorus loading 420
SCHELSKE, C. L. & HODELL, D. A.: Climate as a factor in interannual
variability in carbonate sedimentation in Lake Ontario (Abstract) 426
WELCH, E. B. & JONES, C. A.: Predicting phosphorus in a dendritic,
shallow prairie lake following dilution and diversion (Abstract) 427
EDMONDSON, W. T.: Lake Washington entered a new state in 1988 428
WURTSBAUGH, W. A.: Cascading effects of the invertebrate predator
Trichocorixa verticalis on the ecology of the Great Salt Lake (Utah,
USA) (Abstract) 431
ADAMS, M. S., MEINKE, T. W. & KRATZ, T. K.: Primary productivity of
three Northern Wisconsin Lakes, 1985-1987 432
BUTLER, M. G. & McM~LLAN, A. M.: Cohort structure and voltinism in two
profundal Chirorzomus populations 438
BREZONIK, P. L., WEBSTER, K. E. & PERRY, J. A.: Effects of
acidification on benthic community structure and benthic processes in
Little Rock Lake, Wisconsin 445
GONZALEZ, M., FROST, T. M. & MONTZ, P.: Effects of experimental
acidification on Rotifer population dynamics in Little Rock Lake,
Wisconsin, U.S.A. 449
LATHROP, R. C.: Response of Lake Mendota (Wisconsin, U.S.A.) to
decreased phosphorus loadings and the effect on downstream lakes 457
SPACIE, A. & LOEB, S. L.: Long-term trends in trophic state of Indiana
Lakes (USA) following phosphorus reduction 464
BUKAVECKAS, P. A.: Effects of whole-lake base addition on the
limnology of an acidic Adirondack lake (Woods Lake, NY, USA) 470
CHARLES, D. F. & SMOL, J. P.: The PIRLAI I Project: Regional assessment of
lake acidification trends 474
DE STASIO Jr., B. T., HOWARD, E., HANSON, R. & BLACK II, R. W.:
Cyclomorphosis in Eubosmina species in New England lakes, U.S.A. 481
CARNEY, H. J.: A general hypothesis for the strength of food web
interactions in relation to trophic state 487
ELSER, J. J. & GOLDMAN, C. R.: Experimental separation of the direct
and indirect effects of herbivorous zooplankton on phytoplankton in a
subalpine lake 493
GOLDMAN, C. R., JASSBY, A. D. & DE AMEZAGA, E.: Forest fires,
atmospheric deposition and primary pro ductivity at Lake Tahoe,
California-Nevada 499
GOLDMAN, C. R. & JASSBY, A. D.: Spring mixing and annual primary
production at Lake Tahoe, California- Nevada (Abstract) 504
HUNTER, D. A., GOLDMAN, C. R. & BYRON, E. R.: Changes in the
phytoplankton community structure in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada 505
HUNTER, P. J. Data management strategies for the collection and
processing of limnological information using microcomputers 509
STARKWEATHER, P. L.: Zooplankton community structure of high elevation
lakes: Biogeographic and preda tor-preyinteractions 513
STERNER, R. W.: Resource competition end the autecology of pennate
diatoms 518
Joo, G. J. & WARD, A. K.: Morphometric characterisation of oxbow lakes
along the Black Warrior River Southeastern United States 524
BEAVER, J. R. & CRISMAN, T. L.: Use of microzooplankton as an early
indicator of advancing cultural eutrophication 532
JANUS, L. L., SOBALLE, D. M. & JONES, B. L.: Nutrient budget analyses
and phosphorus loading goal for Lake Okeechobee, Florida 538
CRISMAN, T. L. & BEAVER, J. R.: A latitudinal assessment of
distribution patterns in chaoborid abundance for eastern North
American lakes 547
PLANAS, D. & MOREAU, G.: Natural eutrophication in a warm volcanic
lake 554
III. Lakes. 2. Europe
WOOD, R. B., ANDREW, T. E. & REDFERN, J. M.: Cladoceran remains from
the recent sediments of Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland 560
McGARRIGLE, M. L.: Satellite and low altitude remote sensing of lake
chlorophyll in Ireland 563
BAILEY-WATTS, A. E.: Changes in Loch Leven phytoplankton associated
with the warm winter 1988/89 (Abstract) 567
Moss, B., STANSFIELD, J. & IRVINE, K.: Problems in the restoration of
a hypertrophic lake by diversion of a nutrient-rich inflow 568
PHILLIPS, G. &JACKSON, R.: The control of eutrophication in very
shallow lakes, the Norfolk Broads 573
IRVINE, K., BALES, M. T., Moss, B., STANSFIELD, J. H. & SNOOK, D.:
Trophic relations in Hickling Broad - a shallow and brackish
eutrophic lake 576
ROGNERUD, S. & KJELLSERG, G.: Long-term dynamics of the zooplankton
community in Lake Mjosa, the largest lake in Norway 580
LYCHE, A.: Cluster analysis of plankton community structure in 21 lakes
along a gradient of trophy 586
L0VSTAD, 0. & KROGSTAD, T.: Availability of phosphorus for blue-green
algae in lakes 592
FAAFENG, B. A. & BRABRAND, A.: Biomanipulation of a small, urban lake
- removal of fish exclude blue-green blooms 597

LARSSON, P., NOREIDE, J. T. & OFTEDAL, S.: Biomanipulation in a
brackish pond changed to freshwater lake (Abstract) 603
SKIP, K. L.: Simulation models for lake management - how far do they
go? 604
S0NDERGAARD, M.: Picophytoplankton in Danish lakes 609
DALL, P. C., LINDEGAARD, C. & J6NASSON, P. M.: In-lake variations in
the compositions of zoobenthos in the littoral of Lake Esrom, Denmark
613
HAMBURGER, K., DALL, P. C. & J6NASSON, P. M.: The role of Dreissena
polymorpha PALLAS (Mollusca) in the energy budget of Lake Esrom,
Denmark 621
LINDEGAARD, C., HAMBURGER, K. & DALL, P. C.: Population dynamics and
energy budget of Stylodnius heringiarius CLAP. (Lumbriculidae,
Oligochaeta) in the shallow littoral of Lake Esrom, Denmark 626
J6NASSON, P. M., LINDEGAARD, C. & HAMBURGER, K.: Energy budget of Lake
Esrom, Denmark 632
NIELSEN, S. N.: Application of exergy in structural-dynamical
modelling 641
JOHNSON, R. K., WIEDERHOLM, T. & ERIKSSON, L.: The influence of season
on the classification and ordination of profundal communities of
nutrient poor, oligo-mesohumic Swedish lakes using environmental data
646
HASSELROT, A. T.: Insect houses as a nutrient resource for benthic
algae in the wave exposed littoral of Lake Erken, Sweden (Abstract)
653
AHLGREN, I. & BOSTROM, B.: Causes of time lags in the response of
hypereutrophic lake Vallentunasjon to reduced nutrient supply
(Abstract) 654
WILLEN, T.: Phytoplankton and ecoregions in Sweden.
1. Distribution of species and life forms (Abstract) 655
WILLEN, E.: Phytoplankton and ecoregions in Sweden. 2. Abundances and
volume distribution patterns (Abstract) 656
LINDHOLM, T. & ERIKSSON, J. E.: Factors regulating primary
productivity in a eutrophic lake with blooms of Microcystis 657
TIKKANEN, P. T.: The effects of water level regulation on littoral
macrozoobenthos: A comparative study (Abstract) 662
KÄMÄRI, J., FORSIUS, M. & KAUPPI, L.: Statistically based lake survey:
A representative picture of nutrient status in Finland 663
HEITTO, L.: A macrophyte survey in Finnish forest lakes sensitive to
acidification 667
KAUPPI, L. H., KNUUTTILA, S. T., SANDMAN, K. O., ESKONEN, K.,
LUOKKANEN, S. 8: LIEHU, A.: Role of landuse in the occurrence of
blue-green algal blooms 671
KAIRESALO, T. & SAUKKONEN, P.: Thymidine incorporation by littoral and
pelagial bacterioplankton in a mesohumic lake 677
KAIRESALO, T. & PENTTILX, S.: Effect of light and water flow on the
spatial distribution of littoral Bosmina longispina LEYDIG (Cladocera)
682
ARVOLA, L., METSXLX, T.-R., SIMILX, A. & RASK, M.: Phyto- and
zooplankton in relation to water pH and humic content in small lakes
in Southern Finland 6SS
VARIS, O.: Development of phytoplankton community in a restored
eutrophic lake - A multivariate analysis 693
SIRVIO, H.: Identification and estimation of a lake water quality
model 698
ILMAVIRTA, V.: Occurrence of phytoplankton species along nutrient, pH
and color gradients in Eastern Finnish lakes 702
VAN LIERE, L., VAN TONGEREN, O. F. R., BREEBAART, L. & KATS, W.:
Trends in chlorophyll and total phosphorus in Loosdrecht lakes, The
Netherlands 707
MALTHUS, T. J. & DEKKER, A. G.: Spectral light attenuation in a
hypertrophic lake system (Loosdrecht lakes, the NetheHands) 711
DE KLOET, W. A., BOESEWINKEL-DE BRUYN, P. J. & BREEBAART, L.:
Phytoplankton and its production rates in the Loosdrecht lakes before
and after P-load reduction 715