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28th Congress, Melbourne 2001

2003. 488 pages, 17x25cm, 1010 g
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(Verhandlungen IVL, Volume 28 Part 3)

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ZIMBA, P. V., BOUE, S., CHATHAM, M. A. & NONNEMAN, D.: Variants of
microcystin in south-eastern USA channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus
Rafinesque) production ponds . 1163
EDGAR, N. B.: Sustainable catchment management: a role for volcanic
eruptions? . 1167
COVICH, A. P. & CROWL, T. A.: Reorganization of benthic stream food
webs in response to drought-al-tered population densities: effects on
rainforest streams 1172
HELMINEN, H. & HONKANEN, T.: The role of aquaculture in the
eutrophication process of the Archipel-ago Sea, SW Finland 1176
MCGINNESS, H. M. & THOMS, M. C.: Water resource development and
floodplain carbon dynamics 1180
FOSTER, J. M. & THOMS, M. C.: The influence of large-scale
geomorphology on floodplain sedimentationprocesses . 1185
KHAN, T. A., WILSON, M. E. & BHISE, M. P.: Dietary studies on carp and
other fish species in westernVictorian lakes . 1191
YASUNO, M. & ZHANG, X.: Feeding experiments of Moina macrocopa
(Cladocera) on picoplankton 1199
MIRACLE, M. R. & SAHUQUILLO, M.: Changes of life-history traits and
size in Daphnia magna during aclear-water phase in a hypertrophic
lagoon (Albufera of Valencia, Spain) . 1203
GUENTHER, M. & BOZELLI, R. L.: The role of suspended solids and algae
exudates on bacterial production- an experimental approach . 1209
STELZER, R. S., LIKENS, G. E., BUSO, D. C. & MCCUTCHAN, J. H., JR.:
Seasonal variation of phosphorusin precipitation at Hubbard Brook
Experimental Forest1211
MILLIE, D. F., FAHNENSTIEL, G. L., CARRICK, H. J., LOHRENZ, S. L. &
SCHOFIELD, O. M. E.: Spatial vari-ation in Lake Michigan phytoplankton
composition during sediment resuspension events . 1216
GRÉGOIRE, A.: Hydropower environmental issues in tropical systems 1221
ÁLVAREZ, M., PARDO, I., MOYÁ, G., MARTÍNEZ-TABERNER, A. & RAMON,
G.: Abiotic and biotic factors de-termining invertebrate community
structure in the torrents of Majorca 1223
PAGGI, A. C. & RODRIGUES CAPÍTULO, A.: Chironomid composition from
drift and bottom samples in aregulated north-Patagonian river (Rio
Limay, Argentina). 1229
QUEIMALIN~OS, C.: The role of phytoplanktonic size fractions in the
microbial food webs in two north Pat-agonian lakes (Argentina). 1236
SOMMER, B. & HORWITZ, P.: Using carbon cycling as a surrogate for
wetland function in conceptual mod-eling. 1241
MODENUTTI, B. & BALSEIRO, E.: Mixotrophic ciliates in Andean lakes:
light and prey dependence . 1245
BALSEIRO, E. G., MODENUTTI, B. E. & QUEIMALIN~OS, C. P.: Feeding of
Boeckella gracilipes (Copepoda,Calanoida) on ciliates and
phytoflagellates in an Andean lake . 1246
PÉREZ, G. L., MODENUTTI, B. & QUEIMALIN~OS, C.: Light climate in
Andean lakes: dissolved and particu-late fraction contribution to
light absorption 1247
STEVENSON, R. J., PAN, Y. & VAITHIYANATHAN, P.: Ecological assessment
and indicator development inwetlands: the case of algae in the
Everglades, USA 1248
ROUÉ, A., RICHARDOT, M., THOUVENOT, A., DEBROAS, D., DEVAUX, J. &
POULIN, M.: Functioning of alacustrine ecosystem in a newly flooded
reservoir (Sep, Puy de Do^me, France): modelling of carbon flux
between the different food web compartments . 1253
EASTON, J. & GOPHEN, M.: Trophic relations between zooplankton and
bleaks (Acanthobrama spp.) inLake Kinneret (Israel)1258
STEWART, K. M. & DIGGINS, T. P.: Heavy metals in the sediments of the
Buffalo River at Buffalo, NY, USA. 1262
RODRIGUES CAPÍTULO, A., PAGGI, A. C. & OCÓN, C. S.: Zoobenthic
communities in relation to slope, sub-strate heterogeneity and urban
disturbances in Pampean hill streams (Argentina). 1267
BOVERI, M. B. & QUIRÓS, R.: Trophic interactions in pampean shallow
lakes: evaluation of silversidepredatory effects in mesocosm
experiments . 1274
CHANG, K.-H. & HANAZATO, T.: Morphological defense of Bosmina fatalis
against invertebrate predatorsin Lake Suwa 1279
ÓNEILL, K. J., HORWITZ, P. & LUND, M. A.: The spatial and temporal
nature of changing acidity in awetland: the case of Lake Jandabup on
the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia 1284
KRONVANG, B., FALKUM, O/., SVENDSEN, L. M. & LAUBEL, A.: Deposition of
sediment and phosphorusduring overbank flooding. 1289
GARNIER-LAPLACE, J., BEAUGELIN-SEILLER, K., ADAM, C. & BAUDIN, J. P.:
Mean features of radionuclidecontamination for freshwater fish under
chronic waterborne and food-chain exposure: influence of the fish
dietary habits on the calculation of dose to humans . 1294
FJORBACK, C. & KRONVANG, B.: Interaction between aquatic macrophytes
and stream hydraulics in aDanish stream: implications of different
weed-cutting methods 1299
HALL, K. J. & NORTHCOTE, T. G.: Bimeromixis sharply intensifies
primary production processes in a nor-mally unimeromictic small saline
lake . 1304
BROOKES, J. D., REGEL, R. H., GANF, G. G. & BURCH, M. D.: Applications
of flow cytometry to phyto-plankton research . 1311
ZWICK, P.: The stonefly (Insecta: Plecoptera) seed bank theory: new
experimental data . 1317
BLENCKNER, T., PETTERSSON, K. & PADISÁK, J.: Lake plankton as a
tracer to discover climate signals 1324
BLEDZKI, L. A. & ELLISON, A. M.: Nutrient regeneration by rotifers in
New England (USA) bogs . 1328
HUPFER, M. & RENNER, S.: Recolonisation with macrophytes and their
influence on phosphorus fixationin the sediment of a shallow lake 1332
NESCHUK, N., GABELLONE, N. & SOLARI, L.: Plankton characterisation of
a lowland river (Salado River,Argentina) 1336
SELIG, U., HÜBENER, TH., SCHWARZ, A. & LEIPE, TH.: The environmental
history of a postglacial dimicticlake in North Germany 1340
FIDALGO, M. L.: Fish-farm effluents in the River Baceiro: effects on
water quality . 1345
ANNE, I. & FIDALGO, M. L.: Growth rates of natural bacterioplankton
assemblages and their relationshipto protistan presence 1350
STANFORD, J. A., GAYESKI, N. J., PAVLOV, D. S., SAVVAITOVA, K. A. &
KUZISHCHIN, K. V.: Biophysicalcomplexity of the Krutogorova River
(Kamchatka, Russia) 1354
SOLARI, L. C., MAC DONAGH, M. E. & RUIZ, G.: Vertical distribution of
phytoplankton in a pampeanshallow lake . 1362
TREADWELL, S.: Photosynthetic characteristics of biofilms growing on
large woody debris in an Australianlowland river system. 1366
KWANDRANS, J. & ELORANTA, P.: Variation of the genus Sirodotia
(Batrachospermales, Rhodophyta) insome Nordic waters . 1370
WHITED, D., STANFORD, J. & KIMBALL, J.: Application of airborne
multi-spectral digital imagery to char-acterize the riverine habitat 1373
LUONG, V. C., KWEI LIN, C. & YAKUPITIYAGE, A.: A trophic box model of
cove aquaculture in Tri An Res-ervoir, Vietnam 1381
BARBOSA, F. A. R. & PADISÁK, J.: The forgotten lake stratification
pattern: atelomixis, and its ecologicalimportance 1385
VUORIO, K., VENTELÄ, A.-M., SIPURA, J., TARVAINEN, M., MEILI, M. &
SARVALA, J.: Stable carbon and ni-trogen isotopes in lake plankton and
seston: variability among 10 fractions, two seasons, and two
lakes. 1396
NUSCH, E. A.: Comparative long-term investigations into Westphalian
reservoirs1400
HORWITZ, P., DAVIS, J. A., GALE, E. & MCCOMB, A. J.: The development
and application of conceptualmodels for predicting wetland response 1405
v YOSHIMIZU, C., URABE, J., SUGIYAMA, M., MARUO, M., NAKAYAMA, E. &
NAKANISHI, M.: Carbon and phos-phorus budgets in the pelagic area of
Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan 1409
MARSHALL, J., HOANG, H., CHOY, S. & RECKNAGEL, F.: Relationships
between habitat properties and theoccurrence of macroinvertebrates in
Queensland streams (Australia) discovered by a sensitivity analysis
with artificial neural networks 1415
LAUBEL, A., KRONVANG, B., FJORBACK, C. & LARSEN, S. E.:
Time-integrated suspended sediment samplingfrom a small lowland
stream. 1420
YAGI, A., USUI, T., FUJISE, D. & YAMAMOTO, Y.: Effect of copper
sulfate on growth and odor productionof several microorganisms. 1425
MONAGHAN, M. T., HIEBER, M., ROBINSON, C. T., SPAAK, P. & WARD, J.
V.: Spatial patterns ofEphemeroptera, Plecoptera and Trichoptera
diversity in fragmented alpine streams. 1429
WEYHENMEYER, G. A., ADRIAN, R., GAEDKE, U., LIVINGSTONE, D. M. &
MABERLY, S. C.: Response of phy-toplankton in European lakes to a
change in the North Atlantic Oscillation 1436
CASANOVA, M. T., DE WINTON, M. D. & CLAYTON, J. S.: Do charophytes
clear turbid waters? 1440
JENKINS, K. M., BOULTON, A. J. & GAWNE, B.: Colonisation pathways of
microinvertebrates followingflooding in a dryland Australian river 1444
VAN DER WIELEN, M.: Drying cycles as a switch between alternative
stable states in wetlands . 1448 DOE, S. G. & RIPPEY, B.: Classifying
and measuring the ecological status of lakes using phytoplankton 1452
MCELARNEY, Y. & RIPPEY, B.: Classifying and measuring the ecological
status of lakes using freshwatermacrophytes. 1456
TSITSILAS, A. & BARRY, M. J.: Optimising hatching conditions for
Australian Daphnia ephippia. 1460
HUANG, G. & ISHIDA, H.: Enhancement of the lake environment using
reed-wetland 1464 PORTER, J.: Effects of salinity, turbidity and
water regime on seed banks of arid zone wetlands1468
GALE, E. J. & OLDHAM, C. E.: Modelling the flushing of the littoral
zones in shallow lakes 1472
HUED, A. C. & DE LOS ÁNGELES BISTONI, M.: Effects of water quality
variations on fish communities inthe central part of Argentina, South
America 1476
MALTCHIK, L. & SILVA-FILHO, M. I.: Succession of macroinvertebrates in
a short-term aquatic habitat inthe neotropical semi-arid region 1482
SALMASO, N., DECET, F. & CORDELLA, P.: Spring mixing depth affects the
interannual variations in phy-toplankton abundance and composition in
deep lakes. A case study from Lake Garda (Northern Italy) 1486
HAUER, F. R., FAGRE, D. B. & STANFORD, J. A.: Hydrologic processes and
nutrient dynamics in a pristinemountain catchment 1490
IWAKUMA, T. & GUMIRI, S.: The fate of free-swimming chironomid larvae
in a humic, tropical oxbow lake 1494
STEWART, N. J., SODERGREN, A. & MUNDAY, B. L.: A comparison of PCB,
DDT and Lindane in tailfatlipid of healthy Tasmanian platypuses
(Ornithorhynchus anatinus), and platypuses suffering from ulcerative
mycosis 1499
BEAUGELIN-SEILLER, K. & ROMMENS, C.: Growth of chub (Leuciscus
cephalus): the lower Rhone (SouthFrance), a very favourable
environment 1504
STRAUSS, T. & RATTE, H. T.: Modelling the vertical variation of
temperature and dissolved oxygen in ashallow, eutrophic pond as a tool
for analysis of the internal phosphorus fluxes 1508
DOUGLAS, R., RIPPEY, B. & GIBSON, C.: Estimating suspended solid
concentrations from lake surface area 1512
SCHINDLER, J. E., STOKES, S. L., CELIK, K., FORIS, W. J., KNIGHT,
J. C. & BRAATZ, D. A.: River storm flowphosphorus loading to Lake
James, North Carolina, USA 1516
PETERSEN, R. R. & VILLALOBOS, G. U.: Nitrogen and phosphorus
limitation in Lakes Bonilla and Bonil-lita, Costa Rica. 1520
KOBAYASHI, M., KITAOKA, K. & HORIUCHI, K.: The spatial distributions
of seepage flux and water qualityof groundwater in the littoral zone
of Lake Biwa . 1526
MICHELUTTI, N., DOUGLAS, M. S. V. & SMOL, J. P.: Tracking recovery in
a eutrophied high arctic lake(Meretta Lake, Cornwallis Island,
Canadian Arctic) using periphytic diatoms . 1533
SUTCLIFFE, K. E., TAPLIN, R. H., DAVIS, J. A. & HALSE, S. A.: Factors
affecting the distribution of stoneflies(Plecoptera) in south-western
Australia 1538
ELLIS, B. K., STANFORD, J. A., CRAFT, J. A., CHESS, D. W., RICHARD
HAUER, F. & WHITED, D. C.: Plank-ton communities of alpine and
subalpine lakes in Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S.A., 1984-1990 1542
SCHIEWER, U., RENTSCH, D., GO"RS, S. & SCHUMANN, R.: Aggregates and
bacterial populations in fluffysediment layers from shallow brackish
waters 1551
LUND, M. A., LAVERY, P. S. & FROEND, R. F.: Bacteria and biofilm
(periphyton) in constructed wetlandstreating highly coloured
nutrient-enriched storm water 1558
ELORANTA, P. & KWANDRANS, J.: Benthic diatom communities in small acid
lakes . 1563
GÍSLASON, G. M., STEINGRÍMSSON, S. Ó. & GUDBERGSSON, G.: Stock size
and movements of landlockedbrown trout (Salmo trutta L.) in the
subarctic River LaxÁ, north-east Iceland 1567
HAWKINS, S. A., LUND, M. A. & LAVERY, P. S.: Phosphorus removal from
storm water by biofilms (peri-phyton) in constructed wetland systems,
Western Australia . 1572
BRADLEY, C. M., KELLY-QUINN, M., TIERNEY, D., MURRAY, D. A. & ASHE,
P. J.: Preliminary analysis ofthe longitudinal patterns occurring in
macroinvertebrate assemblages in river catchments in Ireland 1576
BOON, P. J., GÍSLASON, G. M., LAKE, P. S., ELLIS, B. K., FRANK, C. &
BOULTON, A. J.: Competition forwater: international case studies of
river management and conflict resolution 1581
GONZÁLEZ SAGRARIO, M. A. G. & BALSEIRO, E.: Phytoplankton biomass
control by zooplankton in a shal-low lake of Argentine Pampa 1588
GERTEN, D. & ADRIAN, R.: Responses of lake temperatures to diverse
North Atlantic Oscillation indices 1593
LESSMANN, D. & NIXDORF, B.: Seasonal succession of phytoplankton in
acidic mining lakes . 1597
BOLOTOVA, N. L.: The regulation and changes of the communities of
large shallow lakes in north-western European Russia 1602
BOLOTOVA, N. L. & KONOVALOV, A. F.: Morpho-pathologic analysis of
zander (Stizostedion lucioperca L.)in Beloe Lake 1609
TIMOFEYEV, M. A.: On the role of adaptive abilities in the
distribution of endemic amphipods from LakeBaikal 1613
ISHIKAWA, K., TSUJIMURA, S., VINCENT, W. F., KUMAGAI, M. & NAKAHARA,
H.: Growth of bloom-formingcyanobacteria under low nutrient conditions 1616
WEMMER, S. R., BYDÉN, S. & SVENSSON, J.-E.: Can hypolimnion aeration
restore a lake with rapid turn-over and stable thermal stratification? 1622
GABELLONE, N. A., SOLARI, L. C. & ARDOHAIN, D. M.: Changes of the
trophic status of a pampean shallowlake: causes and consequences 1626
KOKSVIK, J. I., JOHNSEN, B. O. & JENSEN, A. J.: Effects of
experimental nutrient enrichment on the mac-roinvertebrates in a
stream 1630
FRISK, T., BILALETDIN, Ä., PAANANEN, A. & KAIPAINEN, H.:
Possibilities for restoration of Lake Sila insouthern Latvia 1633
SZELAG-WASIELEWSKA, C E.: Autotrophic picoplankton during summer
phytoplankton development: dielabundance and productivity. 1640
MARUYAMA, T., PARK, H.-D. & KATO, K.: Direct analysis of the
population dynamics regarding micro-cystin-degrading bacteria in Lake
Suwa 1644