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28th Congress, Melbourne 2001

Ed.: Robert G. Wetzel

2002. VI, 650 pages, 17x25cm, 1360 g
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MILLER, G. S., MCCORMICK, M. J., SAYLOR, J. H., MURTHY, R. C. & RAO,
Y. R.: Temporal and spatialvariability of the resuspension coastal
plume in southern Lake Michigan inferred from ADCP back scatter513
GOPAL, B., CHAUHAN, M. & ZUTSHI, D. P.: High altitude lakes of Ladakh:
changes since the Yale NorthIndia expedition 519
ARSCOTT, D. B., GLATTHAAR, R., TOCKNER, K. & WARD, J. V.: Larval black
fly (Diptera: Simuliidae) dis-tribution and diversity along a
floodplain river in the Alps (Tagliamento River, Italy) . 524
BALBI, D. M. & WHITTON, B. A.: Role of macrophytes in reduced summer
phytoplankton abundance inthe River Nene, a small nutrient-rich river
in eastern England . 532
RAHKOLA-SORSA, M., AVINSKI, V. & VILJANEN, M.: Spatial patterns in
plankton communities along troph-ic gradients in the Saimaa lake
complex 536
MOLINERO, J. & POZO, J.: Impact of eucalypt plantations on the benthic
storage of coarse particulate or-ganic matter, nitrogen and phosphorus
in small streams540
KRATZ, T. K., BOLGRIEN, D. W., GIBLIN, S. & O'LEARY, J.: Human
influences on the spatial distributionof coarse woody debris in lakes
in Northern Wisconsin, USA . 545
PIETERSE, A. H., HELLSTEN, S. K., JANAUER, G. A., DIEME, C., DIOUF,
S. & EXLER, N.: Management ofaquatic vegetation in the lower Senegal
River basin . 549
POZO, J., OTERMIN, A. & BASAGUREN, A.: Is loss rate dependent on
leaf-litter amount?556
FABIAN, C., SORIA, J. M. & VICENTE, E.: Evaluation of fish density in
some Spanish reservoirs 560
SORIA, J. M., MIRACLE, M. R. & VICENTE, E.: Relations between
physico-chemical and biological varia-bles in aquatic ecosystems of
the Albufera Natural Park (Valencia, Spain) 564
KOSCHEL, R. H., GONSIORCZYK, T., KRIENITZ, L., PADISAK, J. &
SCHEFFLER, W.: Primary production ofphytoplankton and nutrient
metabolism during and after thermal pollution in a deep, oligotrophic
lowland lake (Lake Stechlin, Germany) 569
VIAROLI, P., FERRARI, I. & ROSSETTI, G.: Long-term limnological
research in a quarry lake of the Po River,Italy . 576
THIEBAUT, G., GIAMBERINI, L. & MULLER, S.: Can Potamogeton
polygonifolius be considered as a bioindicator species of
eutrophication and of acidification in low mineral waters? 582
KETO, A., HELLSTEN, S. & ELORANTA, P.: Notes on the ecology of the
common reed in Lake Päijänne,Finland 586
MADDEN, C. P., MCEVOY, P. K., TAYLOR, D. J., TSYMBAL, V., VENUS,
T. A. & GOONAN, P. M.: Macroinvertebrates of watercourses in the Lake
Eyre Basin, South Australia . 591
HELLSTEN, S. K.: Aquatic macrophytes as indicators of water-level
regulation in Northern Finland 601
LAGUS, A., SILANDER, M. & SUOMELA, J.: Influence of nutrient
enrichments on cyanobacteria in the Archipelago Sea, Northern Baltic 607
CAMACHO, A., VICENTE, E., GARCIA-GIL, L. J., MIRACLE, M. R., SENDRA,
M. D., VILA, X. & BORREGO, C.M.: Factors determining changes in the
abundance and distribution of micro-, nano- and picoplank tonic
phototrophs in Lake El Tobar (Central Spain) 613
ELLWOOD, N. T. W., HAILE, S. M. & WHITTON, B. A.: Surface phosphatase
activity of the moss Warn-storfia fluitans as an indicator of the
nutrient status of an acidic stream 620
RÖSKE, I., BLEUL, C. & GROSSE, M.: Microbial structure of the
sediment-water interface in reservoirs 624
UHLMANN, D., MAASSEN, S. & RÖSKE, I.: The chemical structure of the
sediment-water interface in res-ervoirs as a reflection of microbial
activity and trophic conditions 628
FORSBERG, C.: SIL and the International Water Academy as actors for
sustainable water resources . 632
DAVIS, J. A., MCGUIRE, M., ROBSON, B. & LUND, M.: Predicting wetland
response to nutrient enrichment: modelling temperature, algal blooms
and nuisance midge swarms . 63
ENCINA, L. & RODRI'GUEZ-RUIZ, A.: Patterns of seasonal distribution of
the fish assemblage in a reservoirof recent construction . 641
DE MOOR, F. C.: Shortcomings and advantages of using rapid biological
assessment techniques for thepurpose of characterizing rivers in South
Africa 651
TUNDISI, J. G., ARANTES, J. D. & MATSUMURA-TUNDISI, T.: The Wedderburn
and Richardson numbersapplied to shallow reservoirs in Brazil 663
SILVA, W. M. & MATSUMURA-TUNDISI, T.: Distribution and abundance of
Cyclopoida populations in acascade of reservoirs of the Tiete River
(São Paulo State, Brazil)667
MATSUMURA-TUNDISI, T., TUNDISI, J. G. & ROCHA, O.: Zooplankton
diversity in eutrophic systems andits relation to the occurrence of
cyanophycean blooms . 671
LUCKENS, R., QIN, J. G. & KUMAR, M.: Regulation of planktonic
community structure by small native Australian fish Melanotaenia
fluviatilus. 675
BROCK, J. T. & CUMMINS, K. W.: Ecosystem metabolism in the Kissimmee
River, South Florida, USA 680
DORFMAN, E. J., KINGSFORD, R. T. & PORTER, J.: Use of natural and
artificial wetlands by Australianwaterbirds: implications for
population growth and management 687
TOMAN, M. J.: Biological assessment of wastewater treatment plant
conditions using sludge biotic index 692
RAHAINGOMANANA, N., BARBOSA, F. A. R. & PETRUCIO, M. M.: Fractionated
primary production of phytoplankton in lakes of the Rio Doce Valley
(south-eastern Brazil) 695
ARVOLA, L., PALOMÄKI, A., LEHTINEN, S. & JÄRVINEN, M.: Phytoplankton
community structure and biomass in two basins of a boreal lake in
relation to local weather conditions and North Atlantic oscillation 700
CHRISTIAN, B. W., EARLY, C. N. & LIND, O. T.: Factors affecting
bacterioplankton size and abundancein anoxic hypolimnia 705
REID, M., FLUIN, J., OGDEN, R., TIBBY, J. & KERSHAW, P.: Long-term
perspectives on human impacts on floodplain-river ecosystems,
Murray-Darling Basin, Australia . 710
GROBBELAAR, J. U. & VAN DEN HEEVER, J. A.: Variations in toxicity and
growth characteristics of different Microcystis strains . 717
GROSS, E. M. & KORNIJÖW, R.: Investigation on competitors and
predators of herbivorous aquatic Lepi-doptera (Acentria ephemerella)
on submersed macrophytes in a large prealpine lake . 721
HUUSKONEN, H., KARJALAINEN, J., VILJANEN, M., SARVALA, J. & TAALAS,
P.: Horizontal distribution of ven-dace larvae in Lake Pyhäjärvi (SW
Finland): effect of wind-induced currents 726
PETTERSSON, K. & GRUST, K.: Seasonality of nutrients in Lake Erken -
effects of weather conditions. 731
VILJANEN, M., HOLOPAINEN, A.-L., RAHKOLA-SORSA, M. & RASPLETINA, G.:
Integrated monitoring of LakeLadoga, Russia . 735
BARBEE, N. C.: Distribution patterns of two grazers, Sicydium salvini
and Protoptila sp., in riffles and poolsin a Pacific coast stream in
Costa Rica . 739
OGDEN, R. & THOMS, M.: The importance of inundation to floodplain soil
fertility in a large semi-aridriver . 744
BLOESCH, J. & SIEBER, U.: The morphological destruction and subsequent
restoration programmes oflarge rivers in Europe 750
GARDARSSON, A. & EINARSSON, A.: The food relations of the waterbirds
of Lake Myvatn, Iceland . 754
GLADSO, J. A. & RADDUM, G. G.: Rotenone treatment of a west Norwegian
river: effects on drift of in-vertebrates 764
SIPURA, J., MEILI, M., LAGUS, A., SARVALA, J. & VENTELÄ, A.-M.:
Changes in zooplankton nitrogen isotopefractionation induced by
nitrogen enrichment . 770
COGELS, F.-X., FRABOULET-JUSSILA, S. & VARIS, O.: Water quality and
drinking water production of Lake Guiers (Senegal, West Africa) 773
GABRIELS, W., GOETHALS, P. L. M. & DE PAUW, N.: Prediction of
macroinvertebrate communities in sediments of Flemish watercourses
based on artificial neural networks . 777
v HEYLEN, S. & DE PAUW, N.: Mentum deformities in Chironomus larvae
for assessment of freshwater sed-iments in Flanders, Belgium. 781
AHLGREN, G., AHLGREN, I., HERNANDEZ, S. & MEJIA, M.: Fatty acid
quality of seston and its effects onsmall fish in the Lakes Xolotlan
and Cocibolca, Nicaragua 786
AHLGREN, I. & DRAKARE, S.: Factors controlling pelagic and sediment
heterotrophic bacterial numbersand production in lakes 792
BARMUTA, L. A., EMMERSON, L. & OTAHAL, P.: Tolerance of a rapid
biological assessment method tomeasurement errors . 798
LOHMAN, K.: Annual variation in the density of stream tadpoles in a
northern Idaho (USA) watershed . 802
GARCIA, E. R. & HEMPHILL, N.: Factors influencing the conservation of
freshwater decapod crustaceansin Puerto Rico . 807
HEMPHILL, N. & GARCIA, E. R.: Diadromous fish in the Caribbean, are
they in peril? 811
WANTZEN, K. M., WAGNER, R., SUETFELD, R. & JUNK, W. J.: How do
plant-herbivore interactions of treesinfluence coarse detritus
processing by shredders in aquatic ecosystems of different latitudes? 815
MYERS-KINZIE, M., SPACIE, A., RICH, C. & DOYLE, M.: Relationship of
unionid mussel occurrence tochannel stability in urban streams 822
PIYASIRI, S. & SCHIEMER, F.: Food and temperature dependence on
life-history strategy of Phyllodiaptomusannae, a tropical calanoid
species . 827
DERMOTT, R. & MUNAWAR, M.: Structural changes in Lake Erie food-web
due to biological invasions 831
GOPHEN, M. & AZOULAY, B.: The trophic status of zooplankton
communities in Lake Kinneret (Israel) 836 GUTI, G.: Changes in the
Szigetköz flood plain of the Danube and its fish communities after
river diver-sion by the Gabcikovo Dam 840
BERGE, D. & HALVORSEN, G.: Floating artificial vegetation stands: a
measure to restore lost littoral pro-duction in regulated lakes. 845
KELLER, B., BÜRGI, H. R., STURM, M. & SPAAK, P.: Ephippia and Daphnia
abundances under changingtrophic conditions 851
MAGNUSON, J. J.: Three generations of limnology at the University of
Wisconsin-Madison 856
KÖHLER, J. & OCKENFELD, K.: Light adaptation of the phytoplankton of a
river-lake system . 861
PEARCE, D. A.: The diversity of bacterioplankton community structures
over a range of Antarctic fresh-water lakes 862
KAGAWA, H., HIROTANI, H. & MORI, M.: Effects of plastic-coated sheet
fences crossing the upper end ofa reservoir on summer lake chlorophyll
a concentration 866
ROCHA, O., MATSUMURA-TUNDISI, T. & TUNDISI, J. G.: Hot spots for
zooplankton diversity in São Paulostate: origin and maintenance 872
ABE, D. S., ROCHA, O., MATSUMURA-TUNDISI, T. & TUNDISI, J. G.:
Nitrification and denitrification in aseries of reservoirs in the
Tiete River, south-eastern Brazil 877
SANTOS-WISNIEWSKI, M. J., ROCHA, O., GÜNTZEL, A. M. &
MATSUMURA-TUNDISI, T.: Diversity of Cladocera Chydoridae in lakes and
reservoirs from the high portion of Tiete River, SP, Brazil. 881
RENNELLA, A. M. & QUIRO'S, R.: Relations between planktivorous fish
and zooplankton in two very shal-low lakes of the Pampa Plain 887
LEITAO, M. & ROUQUET, V.: Algal monitoring in the Seine and two
tributaries near Paris . 892
GIBSON, C. E. & FOY, R. H.: Stability of the planktonic diatom flora
in Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland 897
KRASKA, M., PIOTROWICZ, R., SZYPER, H., SZELAG-WASIELEWSKA, E.,
GOLDYN, R. & KLIMASZYK, P.: Variability of trophic state and
vegetation in lakes of Drawienski National Park (Northern Poland) 900
LAMMENS, E. H. R. R., PERROW, M. R., HEWITT, A. & MEIJER, M.-L.:
Diurnal and seasonal distributionof zooplankton and fish in the Chara
beds of Lake Veluwe . 905
DANGLES, O.: Aggregation of shredder invertebrates associated with
benthic detrital pools in seven head-water forested streams . 910
HALSE, S. A.: Diversity of Ostracoda (Crustacea) in inland waters of
Western Australia . 914
TOWNSEND, M. J., CROWL, T. A., PHILLIPS, R., COVICH, A. P. & SCATENA,
F. N.: Indirect and direct abi-otic controls on a species-poor stream
insect assemblage 919
CROWL, T. A., COVICH, A. P., SCATENA, F. N., PHILLIPS, R., TOWNSEND,
M. J. & VINSON, D. K.: Particulate organic matter dynamics in tropical
headwater streams: a comparison of biotic and abiotic factors 923
KILHAM, S. S. & TAYLOR, S. M.: Resource requirements and competitive
interactions of two closely relatedStephanodiscus species for silicon
and nitrogen . 928
LOWE, B. J. & PAGE, K. J.: Oblique accretion and riverbank plant
survival on a regulated lowland river 932
SCHULTZE, M., BOEHRER, B., KUEHN, B. & BU"TTNER, O.: Neutralisation of
acidic mining lakes with riverwater 936
ROMMENS, C. & BEAUGELIN-SEILLER, K.: Strategy for monitoring
radioactivity in freshwater ecosystems:application to model validation 940
BANAS, D., MASSON, G., LEGLIZE, L. & PIHAN, J. C.: Sedimentation in
fish ponds: estimation of total fluxwith new sediment traps 944
WRIGHT, J. F., GUNN, R. J. M., WINDER, J. M., WIGGERS, R., KNEEBONE,
N. T. & CLARKE, R. T.: Theimpact of drought events in 1976 and 1997 on
the macroinvertebrate fauna of a chalk stream 948
BENKE, A. C.: Secondary production of riffle beetles on the snag
habitat of a Coastal Plain river in thesouth-eastern USA 953
HOLOPAINEN, I. J., HEINONEN, J., PENTTINEN, O.-P. & KUKKONEN,
J. V. K.: Multiple stress - combinedeffects of natural and
anthropogenic stress factors on organisms in boreal lakes 958
ECKERT, W., HAMBRIGHT, K. D., YACOBI, Y. Z., OSTROVSKY, I. & SUKENIK,
A.: Internal wave-inducedchanges in the chemical stratification in
relation to the thermal structure in Lake Kinneret . 962
KÖRNER, S., SCHREIBER, E. S. G. & WALZ, N.: Herbivory on submerged
macrophytes - who's to blame? 967
MURASE, J. & SUGIMOTO, A.: Seasonal and spatial variations of methane
production in mesotrophic lakesediments (Lake Biwa, Japan)971
SAKUMA, M. & HANAZATO, T.: Abundance of Chydoridae associated with
plant surfaces, water columnand bottom sediments in the macrophyte
zone of a lake 975
ROBSON, B. & HAMILTON, D.: Spatial variability of Microcystis
aeruginosa in a shallow lake 980
LINDHOLM, T., DEGERLUND, M., SPOOF, L. & MERILUOTO, J.: A century of
water quality changes in acoastal lake with toxic Planktothrix 984
STARK, J. D., SHEARER, K. A. & HAYES, J. W.: Are aquatic invertebrate
drift densities uniform? Implications for salmonid foraging models 988
SVENSSON, J.-E., LAGERGREN, R. & STENSON, J. A. E.: Lake acidification
and the distribution of males and females of a planktonic copepod 992
HADAS, O., PINKAS, R., MALINSKY-RUSHANSKY, N., SUKENIK, A. & KAPLAN,
A.: Cyanobacteria in Lake Kinneret: physiological and ecological
adaptations. 996
KAGAMI, M. & URABE, J.: Mortality of the planktonic desmid,
Staurastrum dorsidentiferum, due to inter-play of fungal parasitism
and low light conditions 1001
YOSHIYAMA, K.: A model of autumn algal blooms: the effects of a
deepening seasonal thermocline . 1006
LAPERRIERE, J. D. & JONES, J. R.: Limnology of lakes in Katmai
National Park and Preserve, Alaska: nu-trients and plankton. 1010
JONES, S. B. & JONES, J. R.: Seasonal variation in cyanobacterial
toxin production in two Nepalese lakes 1017
MIHUC, T. B., BATTLE, J. M., MIHUC, J. R. & BRYAN, C. F.:
Macroinvertebrate communities in littoralregions of a large
river-floodplain: relationships with water quality and vegetation 1023
CASCO, M. A., MAC DONAGH, M. E. & CLAPS, M.: Long-term study of
plankton in Ri'o Tercero Reservoir(Argentina) in relation to a nuclear
power plant operation 1027
CLAPS, M. C., GABELLONE, N. A. & BENITEZ, H. H.: Vertical distribution
of zooplankton in a pampeanshallow lake . 1032
PERALTA, P. & CLAPS, M.: Plankton of a high mountain shallow lake
(Los Horcones, High Los Andes Cordillera, Mendoza, Argentina) 1036
INGVASON, H. R., OLAFSSON, J. S. & GARDARSSON, A.: Temporal
pattern in resource utilization of Tany-tarsus gracilentus larvae . 1041
BLATTERER, H.: Some conditions for the distribution and abundance of
ciliates (Protozoa) in running waters - Do we really find every
species everywhere? 1046
LINNANE, S. M. & MURRAY, D. A.: Hindcasting recent trends in trophic
status of lakes on the River Shan-non, Ireland - results from short
sediment core analyses . 1050
LELEK, A. & KORTE, E.: The reduction of wetlands and response of fish
communities in the Rivers Rhineand Danube (Germany) 1056
MATHISEN, O. A., SANDS, N. J. & HAUBENSTOCK, N.: Trophic ranking of
the biota in Iliamna Lake, Alaska 1060
TSYRLIN, E. & CAMPBELL, I. C.: Colonisation of wood by invertebrates
in Australian upland streams: dif-ferences between pools and
riffles. 1066
GÜNTZEL, A. M., ROCHA, O., SANTOS-WISNIEWSKI, M. J. &
MATSUMURA-TUNDISI, T.: Diversity of littoral Cladocera (Macrothricidae
and Ilyocryptidae) from Brazilian lakes and reservoirs, with some
remarks on the life cycle of Macrothrix flabelligera, Smirnov, 1992 1070
RICHARDSON, J. & CALDWELL, J.: Diatom floras of Australia's
alkaline Monaro lakes: a biogeographic per-spective 1076
BABCOCK-JACKSON, L., CARMICHAEL, W. W. & CULVER, D. A.: Dreissenid
mussels increase exposure ofbenthic and pelagic organisms to toxic
microcystins. 1082
CHAN, T. U., HAMILTON, D. P. & ROBSON, B. J.: Modelling phytoplankton
succession and biomass in aseasonal west Australian estuary 1086
URABE, J., MAKINO, W., HAYAKAWA, K. & ELSER, J. J.: Food quality
determinants for Daphnia growth in P-limited lakes . 1089
TOETZ, D. W. & MIHUC, T. B.: Effects of ultraviolet radiation on algae
and chironomids in a subalpinestream, Colorado Front Range . 1095
JAKOB, A., BINDERHEIM-BANKAY, E. & DAVIS, J. S.: National long-term
surveillance of Swiss rivers . 1101
ISHIGURO, N., KAJIWARA, M., FUJITA, T., AKIBA, Y. & TOUCHART, L.:
Heterogeneity of the Omiwatarirecords of Lake Suwa as the database for
winter temperature estimation1107
VIDAL-ABARCA, R., SUA'REZ, L., GO'MEZ, R., MORENO, J. L. & GUERRERO,
C.: Diel variations in physicaland chemical parameters in a semi-arid
stream in Spain (Chicamo Stream) . 1111
GRIFFITHS, R. W.: Estimating the agricultural carrying capacity of
catchments based on water quality 1116
WEIDEBORG, M., KELLEY, A. E. & VIK, E. A.: Use of passive samplers in
monitoring of trace metals andorganic pollutants in freshwater
bodies. 1121
MAGALHAES, S. A. P., MOULTON, T. P. & BARBOSA, F. A. R.: Effects of
domestic sewerage pollution onleaf processing in urban streams of Rio
de Janeiro, Brazil . 1128
HANAZATO, T., SAKAI, S., KAWAMURA, K., HAYASHI, H. & NOHARA, S.: UV
impact on vertical distribution of crustacean zooplankton in a
subalpine mire pool: an enclosure experiment . 1129
BOVE, G. E. & STEWART, K. M.: Zooplankton migration under ice 1134
MACNEALE, K. H., LIKENS, G. E. & PECKARSKY, B. L.: Feeding strategy of
an adult stonefly (Plecoptera):implications for egg production and
dispersal 1140
HEHMANN, A., WATANABE, M. M. & KAYA, K.: Killing of Microcystis by an
amino acid: results of laboratory and enclosure experiments 1147
BIESBOER, D. D.: Nitrogen balance in Iron Springs Bog: a coniferous
seepage slope 1151
MELLADO, A., SUAREZ, M. L., MORENO, J. L. & VIDAL-ABARCA, M. R.:
Aquatic macroinvertebrate biodi-versity in the Segura River Basin (SE
Spain). 1157