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27th Congress in Dublin 1998

Ed.: William D. Williams

2002. VII, 506 pages, 17x24cm, 1100 g
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(Verhandlungen IVL, Volume 27 Part 6)

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BAN, Y., MITA, T., MIZUTORI, T. & SHIRAKI, K.: Fish predation on the
mass emerging mayfly, Ephoronshigae Takahashi (Ephemeroptera:
Polymitarcidae) in the Yahagi River in central Japan 3279
BURNS, A. J., JONES, R. I. & ADAMSON, J. K.: Stable isotope analysis
of food web structure in upland rivers 3286
JANKOWSKI, T. & RATTE, H.-T.: On the influence of the freshwater
jellyfish Craspedacusta sowerbii on thezooplankton community 3287
KORNIJOW, R., STRYJECKI, R., KUOPPAMÄKI, K., HORPPILA, J., LUOKKANEN,
E. & KAIRESALO, T.: Do watermites benefit from benthivorous fish in
vegetated lake areas? 3291
LEMOS, M. D. P., CAMBRAIA, B. N., OLIVEIRA, L. M., GARCIA, F. C. &
BARBOSA, F. A. R.: Trophic inter-actions within the plankton community
of Lagoa Olhos d'A'gua, south-east Brazil, in enclosures enriched with
nitrogen and phosphorus 3295
MATYAS, K., TA'TRAI, I., PAULOVITS, G. & KORPONAI, J.: Effect of
different fish stocks on phytoplanktondynamics in shallow ecosystems
3300
MCCUTCHAN, J. H., JR. & LEWIS, W. M., JR.: Seasonal variation in
stable isotope ratios of stream algae 3304
PUIG, M. A., RIOS, H. & ABOAL, M.: Food webs in autotrophic and
heterotrophic Mediterranean streams 3308
RODRIGUES, G. G. & HARTZ, S. M.: Food dynamics of fish and the
interaction with macroinvertebratesfrom a shallow lake in southern
Brazil 3309
SCHERWASS, A., EIMER, A. & ARNDT, H.: Selective influence of
filter-feeding benthic bivalves (Corbiculasp., Mytilus sp.) on
planktonic ciliates 3315
TAKAMURA, N., MIKAMI, H., HOUKI, A. & NAKAGAWA, M.: How did
replacement of the dominant fishcommunity influence water quality and
plankton community structure in an oligotrophic lake in Japan? 3319
WESTBERG, E., BERGSTRÖM, S. E. & SVENSSON, J.-E.: Dietary differences
between juvenile perch and pike-perch in a eutrophic lake 3329
BORGERAAS, J. & HESSEN, D. O.: Effects of oxygen concentration and
temperature on UV-B-inducedmortality and antioxidant enzymes in
Daphnia magna 3333
GOES, J. I., HANDA, N., TAGUCHI, S., GOMES, H. DO R. & SAINO, T.:
Effect of UV-B radiation on thepathways of carbon biosynthesis in
marine phytoplankton and its implications for the marine ecosystem 3335
ICHIKAWA, T. & TAGUCHI, S.: Influence of UVB radiation on growth,
carbon/chlorophyll a ratio andchlorophyll a specific absorption
coefficient of the marine diatom Thalassiosira weisflogii 3343
VARESCHI, E. & WÜBBEN, D.: Vertical migration of Daphnia pulex in
response to UV radiation 3349
WÜBBEN, D. & VARESCHI, E.: UV-radiation sensitivity of freshwater and
marine zooplankton tested in asunshine-simulator 3354
DE EYTO, E.: Chydorus sphaericus as a biological indicator of water
quality in lakes 3358
DERMOTT, R. & MUNAWAR, M.: Influence of Dreissena on the resilience
and integrity of lower Great Lakescommunity 3363
DINKA, M. & SZEGLET, P.: Some characteristics of reed (Phragmites
australis /Cav./Trin ex Steudel) thatindicate different health between
vigorous and die-back stands 3364
FLAIM, G., CORRADINI, F. & BUESING, N.: Anthropogenically induced
phytoplankton blooms in Lake Ser-raia, N. Italy 3370
MUNAWAR, M., MUNAWAR, I. F., MALLEY, D. F. & LAWRENCE, S. G.:
Assessing aquatic ecosystem health:an integrated and
multi-disciplinary approach 3374
NAKAJIMA, T.: Is a filamentous sulfur-oxidizing bacterium, Thioploca,
an index species of eutrophicationin Lake Biwa? 3375
PIPP, E.: A regional diatom-based trophic state indication system for
running water sites in Upper Austriaand its overregional applicability
3376
LIND, O. T., DAVALOS-LIND, L. O. & RUTHERFORD, K. B.: Hypolimnion
oxygen concentrations and theabundance and size of bacteria . 3381
DINKA, M.: Differences in interstitial water conditions in a degraded
reed stand area 3385
LOPEZ, P., MORGUI, J. A., VIDAL, M. & LLUCH, X.: Pore-water
composition and alkalinity balance in sed-iments of a meromictic
coastal lagoon (Cibollar, Majorca, Spain) 3389
YAGI, A. & TERAI, H.: Primary production and water purification in the
Fujimae Tidal Flat 3394
PFISTER, G., AUER, B. & ARNDT, H.: Community analysis of pelagic
ciliates in numerous different fresh-water and brackish water habitats 3404
SPOLJAR, M., PRIMC-HABDIJA, B. & PLENKOVIC-MORAJ, A.: Overflow effect
on the dynamics of the rotifercommunity in cascade lake systems 3409
ALBERT, D. A. & MINC, L. D.: Abiotic and floristic characterization of
the Laurentian Great Lakes' coastalwetlands 3413
ARMITAGE, B. J., HUDSON, P. L. & WILCOX, D. A.: Caddisflies (Insecta:
Trichoptera) of fringing wetlandsof the Laurentian Great Lakes 3420
HURLEY, J. P., CLECKNER, L. B., SHAFER, M. M. & BACK, R. C.: Watershed
influences on mercury trans-port to Lake Superior 3425
KEDDY, P. & FRASER, L. H.: Four general principles for the management
and conservation of wetlands inlarge lakes: the role of water levels,
nutrients, competitive hierarchies and centrifugal organization 3429
MITSCH, W. J., WANG, N. & BOUCHARD, V.: Fringe wetlands of the
Laurentian Great Lakes: effects ofdikes, water level fluctuations, and
climate change 3430
CASTELLA-MÜLLER, J., ANTOINE, C., KNISPEL, S. & CASTELLA, E.:
Physico-chemical and sediment charac-teristics of small water bodies
in a fringing wetland (Lake Neuchâtel, Switzerland) 3438
STRICKER, C. A., BURTON, T. M., BRADY, V. J., CARDINALE, B. J. &
GATHMAN, J. P.: Invertebrate commu-nities of Great Lakes' coastal
wetlands, Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron 3440
VAN DER VALK, A. G. & MURKIN, H. R.: Changes in nutrient pools during
an experimentally simulatedwet-dry cycle in the Delta Marsh, Manitoba,
Canada 3444
FRANK, C.: Biological water quality, microbial pollution and
ecological conditions of riparian ecotones ofrunning waters . 3452
GAIGHER, I. G. & FOUCHE, P. S. O.: A rapid method for habitat
integrity assessment of small perennialstreams in the Northern
Province, South Africa, based on rheophilic fish 3455
BEAVER, J. R., CRISMAN, T. L., HALL, G. B. & LOWE, E. F.: Grazing
effects of pump-filter feeding (Doro-soma cepedianum) and facultative
omnivorous (Oreochromis aurea) fish on microbial food web organization
in a hypereutrophic Florida lake 3459
HANSEL-WELCH, N., BUTLER, M. G., CARLSON, T. J. & HANSON, M. A.: Ten
years of plant communitychange following biomanipulation of a large
shallow lake 3465
HAVENS, K. E., STEINMAN, A. D. & FRY, B.: Spatial variation in food
web structure and function in a large,shallow subtropical lake (Lake
Okeechobee, Florida, USA) 3470
HOSPER, S. H.: Combating algal blooms in the large and shallow
IJsselmeer, the Netherlands: perspectivesfor nutrient control and the
reduction of commercial fishing intensity 3476
KORPONAI, J., MATYAS, K., TATRAI, I. & PAULOVITS, G.: Effect of
different fish stocks on zooplankton dynamics in a shallow ecosystem 3480
LAMMENS, E. H. R. R., VAN DER HUT, R., DE BLOIS, M. & VAN HOOFF, P.:
The food web of IJsselmeer,the Netherlands: effects of nutrients,
mussels and the fishery 3484
TATRAI, I., KIRJASNIEMI, J., KIRJASNIEMI, M., PAULOVITS, G., MATYAS,
K., KORPONAI, J. & POMOGYI, P.:Management of Lake Balaton: relations
between trophic state and fish populations 3488
ARTS, G. H. P., VAN DE HOEK, TJ. H., SCHOT, J. A., SINKELDAM, J. A. &
VERDONSCHOT, P. F. M.: Bioticresponses to eutrophication and recovery
in outdoor experimental ditches 3492
DUGGAN, I. C., GREEN, J. D. & THOMASSON, K.: Do rotifers have potential as bioindicators of lake trophicstate? 349
v GALLACHER, D.: The application of rapid bioassessment techniques
based on benthic macroinvertebratesin East Asian rivers (a review) 3503
HAURY, J., DUTARTRE, A., BINESSE, F., CODHANT, H. & VALKMAN, G.:
Macrophyte biotypologies of riversin Lozere - France 3510
MEHRA, N. K. & KAUR, P.: Evaluation of the water quality of the Delhi
segment of the River Yamunausing epiphytic microbiota 3518
WHITE, J.: The potential use of littoral macroinvertebrates in the
assessment of lake water quality . 3527 GONZA'LEZ, J. M., BE'CARES,
E., SOTO, F., GARCI'A, M., LO'PEZ, G., ANSOLA, G. & LUIS, E.: Diurnal
changesin two algae ponds for wastewater treatment 3533
CORNETT, R. J., CHANT, L. A. & EVANS, H. E.: Trace metal, radionuclide
and sediment accumulation inlittoral zones . 3537
SMITH, J. T., KUDELSKY, A. V., RYABOV, I. N., HADDERINGH, R. H., VAN
DER PERK, M. & VOITSEKHOVITCH,O. V.: Chernobyl radionuclides (131I,
90Sr, 137Cs) in surface waters of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine:
anoverview and model-based analysis 3541
CURRAN, F. C. T. & MURRAY, D. A.: Emergence of Chironomidae (Diptera:
Insecta) at the Avoca River,Co. Wicklow, Ireland 3546
GRIFFITHS, R. W.: Mapping the water quality of streams using benthic
macroinvertebrates and satelliteimagery 3550
HALLISSEY, R., MCGARRIGLE, M. L. & DONNELLY, K.: The relationship
between in-stream total phospho-rus and the characteristics of the
surrounding catchment, Rappa River catchment, Co. Mayo, Ireland 3556
RICHARDS, C., WHITE, M., AXLER, R., HERSHEY, A. & SCHOMBERG, J.:
Simulating effects of landscapecomposition and structure on stream
water quality in forested watersheds 3561
VARGA, I. & BERCZIK, A.: Macroinvertebrate communities in reed litter 3566
COGELS, F. X.: New environmental conditions and management of Lake
Guiers (Senegal) - impacts ofDiama and Manantali Dams 3570
CRISMAN, T. L., CHAPMAN, L. J., CHAPMAN, C. A. & PRENGER, J.: Cultural
eutrophication of a Ugandanhighland crater lake: a 25-year comparison
of limnological parameters 3574
DIAZ-ARCE, V., HERRERA-SILVEIRA, J. A. & COMIN, F. A.: Limnological
characteristics of two types ofcenotes of Yucatan 3579
HERNANDEZ-AVILES, J. S., BERNAL-BROOKS, F., VELARDE, G., ORTI'Z, D.,
LIND, O. T. & DA'VALOS-LIND,L.: The algal growth potential and algae
growth-limiting nutrients for 30 of Mexico's lakes and reservoirs 3583
HOOKER, E., CHOW-WONG, N., RIVAS, K., ERIKSON, R., AHLGREN, I. &
AHLGREN, G.: Primary productionand estimation of potential fish yield
in Lake Cocibolca, Nicaragua 3589
MHLANGA, L.: Water quality of the Eastern Basin of Lake Kariba,
Zimbabwe in relation to the encroach-ment of Eichhornia crassipes 3595
OSBORNE, T. Z., CHAPMAN, L. J., CHAPMAN, C. A., CRISMAN, T. L.,
PRENGER, J. P., NYGUEN, S. & STECKER, E.: Invertebrate community
structure and oxygen availability in an intermittent
stream/wetland/river system of the Ugandan highlands 3599
PIYASIRI, S.: Increasing eutrophy in Kotmale Reservoir, Sri Lanka: a
5-year study 3604
SAAD, M. A. H. & HEMEDA, E. I.: Limnological characteristics of Lake
Qarun, a shallow basin receivinglarge amounts of contaminated drainage
waters 3608
ANDERSEN, T. & KJAERANDSEN, J.: Adult caddisfly diversity along a
headwater stream in south-easternGhana (Insecta: Trichoptera) 3613
SCHALLES, J. F., RUNDQUIST, D. C. & SCHIEBE, F. R.: The influence of
suspended clays on phytoplanktonreflectance signatures and the remote
estimation of chlorophyll 3619
KOMPARE, B., TODOROVSKI, L. & DZEROSKI, S.: Modeling and prediction of
phytoplankton growth withequation discovery: case study - Lake
Glumso/, Denmark 3626
BHADE, C., UNNI, K. S. & BHADE, S.: Limnology and eutrophication of
Tawa Reservoir, M.P. State, India 3632
FUKUYAMA, R., CHIKITA, K., SAKAMOTO, H., NAKAMICHI, K. & AIKAWA, C.: A
comparative study of `deadwater' behavior in coastal lagoons of
Hokkaido, Japan . 3636
COTTA-RAMUSINO, M. & LEONI, B.: Observations on plankton of Varese
Lake 10 years after the loadingdiversion . 3641
KOSCHEL, R. H., DITTRICH, M., CASPER, P., HEISER, A. & ROssBERG, R.:
Induced hypolimnetic calciteprecipitation - ecotechnology for
restoration of stratified eutrophic hardwater lakes 3644
THOMPSON, E., COTTON, D. C. F. & RYAN, S.: Lough Gill Environmental
Management Project 3650
WALSH, C. J. & BREEN, P. F.: A biological approach to assessing the
potential success of habitat restorationin urban streams 3654
GODINHO, F. N. & FERREIRA, M. T.: Classification of Portuguese
reservoirs according to fish assemblagesand environmental variable 3659
HERZIG, A. & KUBECKA, J.: Fish biomass distribution in Neusiedler See
(Austria): a hydroacoustic assess-ment of fish stock 3660
CHANG, W. Y. B.: Effects of ENSO on the environment of a large shallow
lake 3666
DICKMAN, M. D., PU, P. M. & ZHENG, C. S.: Some consequences of
hypereutrophication and wind-in-duced mixing for the limnology of Lake
Tai in eastern China . 3669
GAYTE, X., CLARET, C. & FONTVIEILLE, D.: Dynamics of biodegradable and
refractory dissolved organiccarbon in a meso-eutrophic lake 3674
SWACKHAMER, D. L.: Processing of organic contaminants by large lakes:
impacts and fates 3678
JAYANTHI, M.: The impact of food quality and selective feeding on the
growth and development of Helio-diaptomus viduus 3682
O'BRIEN, W. J.: Heterocope, an important predator structuring arctic
pond zooplankton communities:a mesocosm study 3686
SANCHEZ CARO, A. E. & GANTES, H. P.: Abundance and spatial
distribution of Boeckella poppei (Copep-oda, Calanoida) in lake 23,
King George Island (South Shetlands) 3690
GREEN, J. D. & SHIEL, R. J.: Predation by the centropagid copepod,
Boeckella major, structuring microin-vertebrate communities in the
absence of fish 3691
GROSSNICKLE, N. E.: Predation and herbivory in the opossum shrimp,
Mysis relicta Loven (Crustacea:Mysidacea) 3694
HAMMER, A., BURCKHARDT, R. & HEERKLOSS, R.: Diurnal feeding rhythms in
zooplankton based on meas-urements of in situ ingestion of fluorescent
particles 3701
SCHNEIDER-OLT, B. & ADRIAN, R.: Trophic interactions between
crustacean and protozoan plankton 3705
SHUMKA, S.: Feeding relations of Eudiaptomus gracilis (SARS) and
influence on some parameters of theirlife cycle in Lake Ohrid,
Macedonia 3708
G.-TOTH, L., KATO, K. & ABE, D.: Grazing of Daphnia galeata
(Crustacea, Cladocera) on epi- and hy-polimnetic bacteria in the
mesotrophic Lake Kizaki, Japan 3712
GROWNS, I. O. & GROWNS, J. E.: Habitat-specific relationships of
macroinvertebrates to hydrology inregulated and unregulated streams
3718
Iversen, H. L., Ovesen, N. B. & Larsen, S. E.: Long-term variations in
discharge capacity related to rivermanagement practice in Danish
lowland streams . 3722
MEYER, E. I., SCHELLENBERG, E. T. & ZAH, R.: Discontinuities in stream
systems induced by low flow anddrought 3727
OVESEN, N. B.: Diurnal fluctuation in stage and discharge induced by
aquatic plants in a Danish lowlandstream 3729
SCHELLENBERG, E. T., HARTMANN, U., ZAH, R. & MEYER, E. I.: Response of
the epibenthic and hyporheicinvertebrates to stream drying in a
prealpine river 3733
SHIEL, R. J., GREEN, J. D. & TAN, L. W.: Microfaunal and resting-stage
heterogeneity in ephemeral pools,upper River Murray floodplain,
Australia 3738
SVENSSON, B. S.: Growth of macroinvertebrates in regulated and
free-flowing northern Swedish rivers 3742
NAUMOSKI, T. B.: Phosphorus loading of Lake Ohrid, Macedonia 3747
STIEF, P.: Formation of ecotoxicologically relevant nitrite
concentrations within nitrate-exposed sedi-ments 3751
BOWYER, P.: Some observations of the circulation of Lough Mask,
Co. Mayo 3756
ENGLE, D. & MELACK, J. M.: Ecological consequences of infrequent
events in high-elevation lakes andstreams of the Sierra Nevada,
California 3761
SCHANZ, F., BORER, A. & KIEFER, B.: Factors influencing the time scale
of vertical phytoplankton distri-bution in a mountain lake (Lake
Waegital, Switzerland) 3766
STARKWEATHER, P. L., VASKOV, N. & NG, T. C.: Population dynamics and
life history patterns of bran-chiopod crustaceans in Mojave Desert
ephemeral rock pools 3770
BATTARBEE, R. W., PATRICK, S. T., WATHNE, B., PSENNER, R. & MOSELLO,
R.: Measuring and modellingthe dynamic response of remote mountain
lake ecosystems to environmental change (the MOLAR project) 3774
GÖRANSSON, E. & JOHNSON, R. K.: The importance of spatial scale for
prediction of selected chemicalmetrics in lakes . 3780
HAWKINS, C. P. & VINSON, M. R.: Patterns of local and regional
invertebrate taxa richness in streams ofNorth America 3782
TONN, W., PASZKOWSKI, C., AKU, P., SCRIMGEOUR, G., PREPAS, E.,
WESTCOTT, K. & LANGE, M.: Fishcommunities in western Canadian boreal
lakes subject to forest fires 3783
Corrigenda to: Natural photodegradation by UV-B of dissolved organic
matter of different decomposingplant sources to readily degradable
fatty acids by Robert G. Wetzel, Figures 1 & 2, pages 2038 & 2039 3784