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28th Congress, Melbourne 2001

Ed.: Robert G. Wetzel

2002. VI, 512 pages, 17x24cm, 1120 g
Language: English

(Verhandlungen IVL, Volume 28 Part 1)

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BURNS, C. W.: W(h)ither limnology? - revisited. 1
TALLING, J. F.: Freshwater phytoplankton - accessible, microbial,
influential population dynamics 7
MELACK, J. M.: Ecological dynamics in saline lakes. 29
BAYLY, I. A. E.: The life of temporary waters in Australian gnammas
(rock-holes)41 CUMMINS, K. W.: Riparian-stream linkage paradigm . 49
DUDGEON, D.: The most endangered ecosystems in the world? Conservation
of riverine biodiversity in Asia . 59
NAKAMURA, M.: Lake Biwa watershed transformation and the changed water
environments 69
O'KEEFFE, J., HUGHES, D. & THARME, R.: Linking ecological responses to
altered flows, for use in envi-ronmental flow assessments: the Flow
Stressor-Response method 84
WEBSTER, J. R., STANFORD, J. A., CHAFFIN, J. L. & FIELD ECOLOGY CLASS:
Large wood jam in a fourth-order Rocky Mountain stream . 93
JONES, R. I. & FEUCHTMAYR, H.: Nutrient limitation of bacterioplankton
growth in three upland lakes . 97
GREY, J.: A chironomid conundrum: queries arising from stable isotopes 102
METZELING, L., WELLS, F. & NEWALL, P.: The development and testing of
biological objectives for theprotection of rivers and streams in
Victoria, Australia . 106
PEDROZO, F., GELLER, W., BEAMUD, G., WOELFL, S., DIAZ, M., WHITTON,
B. A., WENZEL, M. T., KRINGEL, R., SCHIMMELE, M., BAFFICO, G.,
TEMPORETTI, P. & MAGES, M.: The acidic waters of the Copa-hue crater -
Agrio River-Lake Caviahue system (Patagonia, Argentina) 112
BEAMUD, G., TEMPORETTI, P., FRIESE, K., MAGES, M. & PEDROZO, F.:
P-fractions in the sediments of anextremely acidic lake in Patagonia,
Argentina 114
MATVEEV, V., CLOSS, G., LIESCHKE, J. A. & SHIRLEY, M. J.: Are pelagic
fish important in the food webs ofAustralian reservoirs? 116
BOULTON, A. J., DEPAUW, S. & MARMONIER, P.: Hyporheic dynamics in a
degraded rural stream carryinga `sand slug' . 120
MOLVERSMYR, A.: The occurrence of pesticides in the Skas-Heigre
tributary, south-western Norway, overthe past decade. 125
TIMMS, B. V.: Limnology of the claypans of the Paroo, arid-zone Australia. 130
MALARD, F., HOFMANN, A., TOCKNER, K. & UEHLINGER, U.: Iron
concentration in the water of a glacialriver system . 134
WALSENG, B.: Plankton versus littoral microcrustaceans (copepods and
cladocerans) as indicators of re-covery from acidification . 140
ILHÉU, M., GUILHERME, P. & BERNARDO, J. M.: Impact of red swamp
crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) onaquatic invertebrate and macrophyte
assemblages: a case study in the south of Portugal 144
CRESSA, C. & BARRIOS, C.: Larval growth rate and development time of
egg, larvae and pupae of two spe-cies of Trichoptera from a stream in
Venezuela 148
BRUNKE, M., SUKHODOLOV, A., FISCHER, H., WILCZEK, S., ENGELHARDT, C. &
PUSCH, M.: Benthic andhyporheic habitats of a large lowland river
(Elbe, Germany): influence of river engineering . 153
OLAFSSON, J. S., ADALSTEINSSON, H., GISLASON, G. M., HANSEN, I. &
HRAFNSDOTTIR, TH.: Spatial heter-ogeneity in lotic chironomids and
simuliids in relation to catchment characteristics in Iceland 157
WILZBACH, M. A., CUMMINS, K. W., BARNES, T. K. & TREXLER, J. C.:
Channel-floodplain coupling inthe Kissimmee River, Florida (USA):
invertebrate movement and fish feeding . 164
SAKAMOTO, M. & MAEDA, S.: Possible factors responsible for the
dominance of green algae in summerphytoplankton in Lake Biwa 173
RADWAN, S., SENDER, J., KORNIJOW, R., BOJAR, W., PALEOLOG, A.,
CSTEPIEN,' B. & ZWOLSKI, W.: Ecologicalcharacteristics of the
depression reservoirs - preliminary results 178
STRICKLER, K. & LOHMAN, K.: Relationship between aquatic invertebrate
communities and environmen-tal factors in mesic and xeric watersheds 183
JASSER, I. & ARVOLA. L.: Seasonal coupling of autotrophic picoplankton
and phytoplankton in three bo-real lakes . 190
PADISAK, J. & KONCSOS, L.: Trend and noise: long-term changes of
phytoplankton in the Keszthely Basinof Lake Balaton, Hungary 194
POPADIN, K.: Body size of Holopedium gibberum under the influence of
fish predation in small subarcticlakes. 204
LEWIS, W. M., JR.: Causes for the high frequency of nitrogen
limitation in tropical lakes 210
DUFF, J. H., HENDRICKS, S. P., JACKMAN, A. P. & TRISKA, F. J.: The
effect of Elodea canadensis beds onporewater chemistry, microbial
respiration, and nutrient retention in the Shingobee River, Minnesota,
North America 214
TARTARI, G., COPETTI, D. & MARCHETTO, A.: Northern Italian lakes:
regionalization of limnological fea-tures and pressure factors
relationships . 223
GAL, G., IMBERGER, J. & ROMERO, J. R.: Understanding the factors
contributing to the rise in water tem-perature in a stratified lake
using model simulations. 228
ABELL, R. & ALLAN, J. D.: Riparian shade and stream temperatures in an
agricultural catchment, Michi-gan, USA . 232
PARKER, M. S., POWER, M. E. & WOOTTON, J. T.: Effects of substrate
composition, stream-bed stability,and sediment supply on survival and
trophic role of a dominant stream grazer. 238
NYBERG, M., NYGARD, C. A. & EKELUND, N. G. A.: Impacts of UV
radiation on photosynthesis of Fucusvesiculosus at low temperature and
different salinities 242
WEN, L. & RECKNAGEL, F.: In-channel phosphorus removal from pasture
drainage by water couch (Paspalum paspalodes) 246
GOMEZ, N., BAUER, D. E., LICURSI, M. & HUALDE, P. R.: Planktonic and
periphytic coastal algae of theRi'o de la Plata, Argentina. 250
TOLCACH, E. R. & GOMEZ, N.: The effect of translocation of
microbenthic communities in a pollutedlowland stream. 254
BAUER, D. E., DONADELLI, J., GO'MEZ, N., LICURSI, M., OCO'N, C.,
PAGGI, A. C., RODRIGUES CAPI'TULO, A.& T
ANGORRA, M.: Ecological status of the Pampean plain streams and rivers
(Argentina) 259
ROBINSON, C. T., UEHLINGER, U., GUIDON, F., SCHENKEL, P. & SKVARC, R.:
Limitation and retention ofnutrients in alpine streams of Switzerland 263
BIRO, P., SPECZIAR, A. & KERESZTESSY, K.: Fish species assemblages
in inflowing waters of Lake Balaton(Hungary) 273
ELEXOVA', E.: Changes in benthic communities along the Slovak stretch
of the River Danube due to flowvelocity gradient 279
KRUSKOPF, M. M., DU PLESSIS, S. & PIETERSE, A. J. H.: High acid and
alkaline phosphatase activities inphytoplankton from a eutrophied
South African river . 283
DU PLESSIS, S., KRUSKOPF, M. M., VENTER, A. & PIETERSE, A. J. H.: Diel
fluctuations of phosphatase andnitrate reductase activities in vitro
and in situ in the Vaal River (South Africa). 290
YUSOFF, F. M., MATIAS, H. M. & KHAN, N.: Changes of water quality,
chlorophyll a and zooplanktonalong the river-lacustrine continuum in a
tropical reservoir . 295
MURTHY, C. R., RAO, Y. R., MCCORMICK, M. J., MILLER, G. S. & SAYLOR,
J. H.: Coastal exchange char-acteristics during unstratified season in
southern Lake Michigan . 299
VAN DE BUND, W. J. & VAN DONK, E.: Impact of `white bacterial disease'
on a Daphnia magna popula-tion . 303
CHANG, W. Y. B.: Chinese great lakes: their changes and impacts 307
v MINCHIN, S. M. & DEATH, R. G.: Invertebrate species richness in New
Zealand forest streams . 311
CHARTERIS, S. C. & DEATH, R. G.: Seasonal patterns in whitebait
recruitment: the effects of river im-poundment . 315
JOY, M. K. & DEATH, R. G.: A discriminant analysis investigation of
reference site fish assemblages in theManawatu-Wanganui region, North
Island, New Zealand . 319
LAUTENSCHLÄGER, M. & PODRAZA, P.: The significance of human impact on
stream bank structure forpopulations of adult insects . 323
DEATH, R. G.: A model of stream invertebrate diversity for
autochthonous streams 328
VAN DER NAT, D., TOCKNER, K., EDWARDS, P. J. & WARD, J. V.:
Quantification of large woody debris inlarge floodplain rivers: an
area-based approach using differential GPS and GIS 332
REYNOLDS, C. S. & ELLIOTT, J. A.: Phytoplankton diversity:
discontinuous assembly responses to environ-mental forcing . 336
CLARET, C., WARD, J. V. & TOCKNER, K.: Temperature heterogeneity of
interstitial water in island-asso-ciated water bodies of a dynamic
flood plain 345
HILLEBRAND, H.: Diversity of unicellular aquatic organisms scaled to
body size . 352
WINDER, M. & SPAAK, P.: Effects of natural UV radiation on the life
history of alpine Daphnia . 355
PAVLIK, D. & MCNAUGHT, A. S.: Avoidance behavior of Daphnia in
response to chemicals released byChaoborus during feeding . 360
MCCORMICK, M. J., MILLER, G. S., MURTHY, C. R., RAO, Y. R. & SAYLOR,
J. H.: Tracking coastal flowwith surface drifters during the episodic
events Great Lakes experiment 365
MURPHY, T., KUMAGAI, M. & IRVINE, K.: The seasonal change in
phosphorus dissolution in Lake Biwasediments . 370
SARTONOV, A. & WHELAN, D.: Lake Baikal: science, politics and the
future 373
FAHNENSTIEL, G. L., BECKMANN, C., LOHRENZ, S. E., MILLIE, D. F.,
SCHOFIELD, O. M. E. & MCCORMICK,M. J.: Standard Niskin and Van Dorn
bottles inhibit phytoplankton photosynthesis in Lake Michigan 376
DOHET, A., DOLISY, D., HOFFMANN, L. & DUFRENE, M.: Identification of
bioindicator species amongEphemeroptera, Plecoptera and Trichoptera in
a survey of streams belonging to the rhithral classification in the
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg . 381
ROSSETTI, G., FRATTA, E., TIRENI, F. & VIGLIOLI, S.: Impact of a
fungal parasite on the reproductive po-tential of the freshwater
calanoid Eudiaptomus intermedius 387
BERTONI, R., CALLIERI, C. & CORNO, G.: The mixotrophic flagellates as
key organisms from DOC toDaphnia in an oligotrophic alpine lake. 392
RASK, M., OLIN, M., HORPPILA, J., LEHTOVAARA, A., VA"ISA"NEN, A.,
RUUHIJA"RVI, J. & SAMMALKORPI, I.: Zo-oplankton and fish communities
in Finnish lakes of different trophic status: responses to
eutrophication . 396
LIKENS, G. E., BUSO, D. C. & HORNBECK, J. W.: Variation in chemistry
of stream water and bulk depo-sition across the Hubbard Brook Valley,
New Hampshire, USA . 402
TRISKA, F. J., JACKMAN, A. P., DUFF, J. H. & AVANZINO, R. J.:
Nutrients contributed by `old' and `new'ground water to the Shingobee
River MN, USA . 410
TUDORANCEA, M.-M. & TUDORANCEA, C.: Are chironomid larvae
bioindicators of the water quality inrunning waters under urban
impact? 417
GABERSCIK,V A., GERM, M., S^KOF, A., DRMAZ,V D. & TROST, T.: UV-B
radiation screen and respiratory po-tential in two aquatic primary
producers: Scenedesmus quadricauda and Ceratophyllum demersum. 422
HENDERSON-SELLERS, B.: The use of object technology in modelling
aquatic systems . 426
BERNHARDT, E. S.: Lessons from kinetic releases of ammonium in streams
of the Hubbard Brook Exper-imental Forest . 429
LIMA, I. B. T., ROSA, R. R., NOVO, E. M. L. M. & VICTORIA, R. L.:
Macrophyte fragmentation patternsrelated to the Hausdorff-Besicovitch
Dimension of Amazonian reservoirs 434
LIMA, I. B. T., VICTORIA, R. L., NOVO, E. M. L. M., FEIGL, B. J.,
BALLESTER, M. V. R. & OMETTO, J. P.:Methane, carbon dioxide and
nitrous oxide emissions from two Amazonian Reservoirs during high
water table 438
WARD, J. V., ROBINSON, C. T. & TOCKNER, K.: Applicability of
ecological theory to riverine ecosystems 443
PODRAZA, P. B. C.: The intermediate-disturbance hypothesis in urban
streams 451
KING, L., JONES, R. I. & BARKER, P.: Spatial variation in epilithic
algal communities around an oligotroph-ic and a mesotrophic lake in
the English Lake District . 455
VARIS, O. & FRABOULET-JUSSILA, S.: Analysis of eutrophication level
and critical loads of Lac de Guiers,Senegal. 462
HAMILTON, D. P., SPILLMAN, C. M., PRESCOTT, K. L., KRATZ, T. K. &
MAGNUSON, J. J.: Effects of atmos-pheric nutrient inputs and climate
change on the trophic status of Crystal Lake, Wisconsin 467
WISHART, M. J. & DAVIES, B. R.: Considerations of scale for conserving
river basin integrity in relationto inter-basin water transfers 471
PARNRONG, S., BUAPETCH, K. & BUATHONG, M.: Leaf decomposition rates in
three tropical streams ofsouthern Thailand: the influence of land use 475
HERRMANN, J. & BOHMAN, I.: Benthic invertebrates in needle-rich forest
streams 480
TKATCHEVA, V., HOLOPAINEN, I. J. & HYVA"RINEN, H.: Effects of mining
waste waters on fish in lakes ofNW Russia484
SALONEN, K., HOLOPAINEN, A.-L. & KESKITALO, J.: Regular high
contribution of Gonyostomum semen tophytoplankton biomass in a small
humic lake . 488
NIINIOJA, R., HOLOPAINEN, A.-L. & RA"MO", A.: Seasonal water quality
variations in two pristine headwaterlakes, boreal coniferous forest
area, eastern Finland . 492
KOMARKOVA, J.: Do cyanobacterial picoplankton exist in eutrophic
reservoirs? 497
LAKE, P. S., DOWNES, B. J. & GLAISTER, A.: Restoration ecology in
flowing waters - problems and pros-pects. 501
KEREKES, J. J.: Waterbirds from a limnologist's perspective . 504
VICTOR, R. & VICTOR, J. R.: Zooplankton of an arid zone mountain
reservoir in the Sultanate of Oman,Arabia . 507