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27th Congress in Dublin 1998

Ed.: W. D. Williams

2002. V, 513 pages, 17x24cm, 1100 g
Language: English

(Verhandlungen IVL, Volume 27 Part 7)

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BUDD, J. W., BEETON, A. M., STUMPF, R. P., CULVER, D. A. & KERFOOT,
W. C.: Satellite observations ofMicrocystis blooms in western Lake
Erie 3787
AZUMA, M.: Ecological disturbance by two alien fish species to the
indigenous community of a small lakein western Japan 3794
BEETON, A. M. & HAGEMAN, J., JR.: Changes in zooplankton populations
in western Lake Erie after es-tablishment of Dreissena polymorpha 3798
JACOBY, J. M., WELCH, E. B. & WERTZ, I.: Alternate stable states in a
shallow lake dominated by Egeriadensa 3805
KITAKA, N., HARPER, D. M. & MAVUTI, K. M.: Phosphorus status of a
tropical shallow lake, Lake Naiva-sha, Kenya 3811
BRUNET, C., BOISSON, J. C. & FONTVIEILLE, D.: Stream periphyton
response to changes in energy supplyalong a self-purification gradient
downstream of the discharge of a wastewater treatment plant 3816
JUGNIA, L.-B., SIME-NGANDO, T., DEBROAS, D., TADONLEKE, R. D. &
DEVAUX, J.: Bacteria-phytoplank-ton relationships in a recently formed
reservoir (Sep, France) 3820
PEREIRA, M. J. & RINO, J.: Ecology of some Euglenophyta taxa . 3825
DABROWSKA, B. B.: The reaction of common reed to non-rhythmic flooding
levels: density and morphol-ogy 3829
FERREIRA, M. T., ALBUQUERQUE, A., AGUIAR, F. C. & CATARINO, L. F.:
Seasonal and yearly variations ofmacrophytes in a southern Iberian
river 3833
GANTES, H. P. & SA'NCHEZ CARO, A. E. F.: Facilitation and competition
between Lemnaceae and othermacrophytes in a plain stream:
observational and experimental evidence . 3838
KISS, M., LAKATOS, GY. & KISS, K. M.: Seasonal changes in the element
contents of the common reed . 3842
KUEHN, K. A., GESSNER, M. O., WETZEL, R. G. & SUBERKROPP, K.: Standing
litter decomposition of theemergent macrophyte Erianthus giganteus
(plumegrass) 3846
RADWAN, S., OZIMEK, T., BIELANSKA-GRAJNER, I. & SENDER, J.: Structure
of the water/land ecotones introphically different Polish lakes 3848
STAICU, G.: The significance of macrophyte-phytophilous fauna from
lotic and lentic ecosystems (Romania) 3852
EJSMONT-KARABIN, J.: Psammon rotifers in two lakes of different trophy
- their abundance, species struc-ture and role in phosphorus cycling 3856
MUSKO, I. B.: Aspects of the population dynamics of Corophium
curvispinum G. O. Sars (Crustacea: Am-phipoda) in the stony littoral
zone along the trophic gradient in Lake Balaton (Hungary) 3860
OFENBÖCK, T., MIESBAUER, H. & HEINISCH, W.: Ecological studies on the
freshwater pearl mussel (Mar-garitifera margaritifera (L.),
Margaritiferidae, Bivalvia, Mollusca) in the River Waldaist (Austria)
3867
ADMASSU, D.: Biannulus formation in otoliths of a tropical fish:
juvenile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.)from Lake Zwai, Ethiopian
Rift Valley 3872
LIU, Z.: The introduction of icefish, Neosalanx taihuensis Chen, in
China with special reference to thesubtropical lakes of the Yunnan
Plateau (southwest China) 3877
SAKANO, H., BAN, S., KAERIYAMA, M., UEDA, H. & SHIMAZAKI, K.: The
interaction between lacustrinesockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) and
pond smelt (Hypomesus nipponensis) in relation to the decline of
zooplankton biomass in Lake Toya, northern Japan 3881
THAM, J., BLANK, J., JANSEN, W. & RAHMANN, H.: Aquatic invertebrate
communities of a south Germanbog stream, a multivariate approach 3886
AME'ZIANE, T., GARABETIAN, F., DALGER, D. & DAUTA, A.: Dynamics of
periphyton during a summer lowwater period in relation to anthropic
levels and the morphology of a French river: the Garonne 3891
JONES, J. I., MOSS, B., EATON, J. W., HAYNES, G. & HARDWICK, K.:
Plants and their periphyton - analysisof a relationship 3892
LAKATOS, G., KOZA'K, L. & BIRO, P.: Structure of epiphyton and
epilithon in the littoral of Lake Balaton 3893
PETTERSSON, K. & KAHLERT, M.: Alkaline phosphatase activity in
periphyton communities 3898
WINTER, J. G. & DUTHIE, H. C.: Relating benthic diatom community
structure to nutrient loads andwater quality in Southern Ontario
streams 3902
DOUGLAS, R., RIPPEY, B. & GIBSON, C.: Mechanisms of contaminant
transport in lakes 3907
MILINKI, E. & MURANYI, Z.: Amphipods and other macroinvertebrates as
indicator species of heavy metalpollution in the Eger and Lasko'
Streams 3911
PRINTES, L. B., PORTELA, C. M. S. & BOHRER, M. B. C.: Evaluation of
acute and chronic toxicity of re-ceiving water and sediments from the
Carboniferous Region of the State of Rio Grande do Sul, Southern
Brazil, to Daphnia similis and Ceriodaphnia dubia 3916
REUTER, J. E., SLOTTON, D. G., AXLER, R. P. & AYERS, S. M.: Mercury
bioaccumulation in a stream fishpopulation residing in the vicinity of
an abandoned Hg mine 3920
ROULIER, J. L, GOUTAGNIEUX, A. & MOTTE, B.: Behaviour of some metals
during resuspension of con-taminated sediment 3922
ALEKSEEV, V. R. & UMNOV, A. A.: The role of trophic and signal factors
in diapause induction and sea-sonal dynamics in a Daphnia longispina
population: a simulation model 3926
BRENDONCK, L. & RIDDOCH, B. J.: Hatching characteristics of the fairy
shrimp Branchipodopsis wolfi inrelation to the stochastic nature of
its habitat, desert rock pools 3931
SANTER, B. & BOLDT, E.: Seasonal patterns of lipid content and lipid
classes of a summer-diapausing cope-pod . 3936
AMOROS, C. & BORNETTE, G.: Antagonist and cumulative effects of
connectivity: a predictive model basedon aquatic vegetation in
riverine wetlands 3937
BLOESCH, J.: The International Association for Danube Research (IAD):
its role in Danube research inthe perspective of the future . 3939
BRETSCHKO, G.: The lotic fauna in water-logged sediments beyond the
waterline in the canalized Danube 3942
FESL, C., HUMPESCH, U. H. & ASCHAUER, A.: The relationship between
habitat structure and biodiversityof the macrozoobenthos in the
free-flowing section of the Danube in Austria - east of Vienna
(preliminary results) 3943
HEIN, T., BARANYI, C., HEILER, G., HOLAREK, C., RIEDLER, P. &
SCHIEMER, F.: Plankton communitiescontrolled by hydrology in two
Danubian floodplain segments and the River Danube, Austria 3945
JANAUER, G. A.: The inventory of aquatic macrophytes in the Austrian
stretch of the River Danube 3947
JUNK, W. J.: The flood pulse concept of large rivers: learning from
the tropics 3950
MADARASZ, C. & HORVATH, L.: Analysis of the salt component parameters
in the Danube, 1977-1996. 3954
OFENBÖCK, G. & MOOG, O.: Danube-Net-Basket-Sampler - a cheap but
effective method for samplingbenthic invertebrates in large rivers 3959
PALL, K. & JANAUER, G. A.: Characterisation of the macrophyte
diversity in different stretches of the Dan-ube River modified by
hydroelectric power plants 3966
PINAY, G., DECAMPS, H. & NAIMAN, R. J.: The spiralling concept and
nitrogen cycling in large river flood-plain soils 3967
SCHIEMER, F.: The floodplains of Hainburg: how endangered is
biodiversity? 3969
SCHMUTZ, S. & JUNGWIRTH, M.: Fish as indicators for connectivity in
running water ecosystems 3971
SCHÖNBAUER, B.: Spatio-temporal patterns of macrobenthic invertebrates
in a free-flowing section of theRiver Danube in Austria 3975
SIMON-GRUITA, A., IONICA, D. & NICOLESCU, D.: Microbial communities in
the Popina area, DanubeDelta, an area proposed for ecological
restoration 3977
TOCKNER, K. & WARD, J. V.: Biodiversity along riparian corridors 3981
BANAS, D., MASSON, G. & LEGLIZE, L.: Limitation of sediment export
during the draining operation ofan extensive pond: the combination
with a natural wetland 3982
CALZADA-BUJAK, I., SERRANO, L., TOJA, J. & CRISMAN, T. L.: Phosphorus
dynamics in a Mediterraneantemporary pond, Doñana National Park, Spain 3986
DIERBERG, F. E. & DEBUSK, T. A.: Short- and long-term phosphorus
removal processes using submersedaquatic vegetation to treat
agricultural drainage waters 3992
ELDER, J. F., GODDARD, G. L. & HOMANT, P. R.: Phosphorus yields and
retention in hydrologically dis-tinct wetland systems in northern and
southern Wisconsin (U.S.A.) 3996
HAMBRIGHT, K. D. & ECKERT, W.: Sediment-water phosphorus dynamics in
newly created Lake Agmon(Agmon-Hula wetlands), Israel 4001
ISTVANOVICS, V.: P retention as a function of environmental conditions
in a large, reed-dominated wet-land 4005
MAY, L., BAILEY-WATTS, A. E. & HILTON, J.: An assessment of the likely
effects of phosphorus load re-duction on phytoplankton biomass in
Bassenthwaite Lake, Cumbria, England 4009
PRAIRIE, Y. T., DE MONTIGNY, C. & DEL GIORGIO, P. A.: Anaerobic
phosphorus release from sediments:a paradigm revisited 4013
BWATHONDI, G., KADULA, E., KAWEME, K., LUKWESA, C., MUHOZA, S.,
WAKAFUMBE, R., ZULU, I., KIRIKA,A., W ILTSHIRE, N. J. & BAILEY-WATTS,
A. E.: Phytoplankton size and species diversity in two verycontrasting
waters: Lake Tanganyika and Loch Leven 4021
ELIAS-GUTIERREZ, M., SUA'REZ-MORALES, E. & SARMA, S. S. S.: Diversity
of freshwater zooplankton in theneotropics: the case of Mexico 4027
GARONO, R. J., KIESLING, R. L., WOLD, E. N., SCHOOLER, S. S. &
BRADSBY, D. D.: Adult insect assem-blages as a conservation planning
tool 4032
HILLMAN, T. J. & SHIEL, R. J.: Micro- and macro-invertebrate
communities in temporary and permanentbillabongs in a floodplain
forest: response to inundation 4042
KAUR, P. & MEHRA, N. K.: Epiphytic ciliated protozoan communities
along a pollution gradient in the River Yamuna, Delhi: implications
for the assessment of water quality and biodiversity 4043
SAKUMA, M. & HANAZATO, T.: Heterogeneous distribution of environmental
factors and zooplankton ina vegetated area of a eutrophic lake 4053
HORNE, A. J.: Potential value of constructed wetlands for nitrate
removal along some large and small rivers 4057
ODINETZ-COLLART, O., TAVARES, A. S. & ENRICONI, A.: Response of
Podostemaceae aquatic biocenosisto environmental perturbations in
central Amazonian waterfalls 4063
CHARLTON, M. N.: The Hamilton Harbour remedial action plan:
eutrophication 4069
FLEISCHER, S., STIBE, L. & ROSENQVIST, T.: Drainage basin management -
creation of multiple-purposeponds and wetlands 4073
GREGORY, S. V., ASHKENAS, L. R. & MINEAR, P.: Application of analysis
of historical channel change inthe restoration of large rivers 4077
MOLVERSMYR, Ä.: Some effects of rotting straw on algae 4087
SAARIJÄRVI, E. & LAPPALAINEN, K. M.: Flotation-like gas ebullition as
a mechanism for sediment resuspension 4093
General Secretary's Report and Appendices 4097
SIL Executive 4151
Ordinary Members 4152
Associate Members 4241
Members arranged by country 4247
Volume 27 lectures arranged alphabetically by author 4269