You are here:  FBA » Shop » Publications » Special Publications »

£24.00

SPEC03 Eutrophication

SPEC03 Eutrophication
Eutrophication: Research and Application to Water Supply
Author: edited by D.W. Sutcliffe & J.G. Jones
Published By: FBA, 1992
Format: Softcover, size 245 x 170 mm, 224 pages
ISBN: 978-0900386-52-7
Description:

Invited papers from a specialised conference held in London (UK) on 10-11 December 1991 by the FBA and IWSA. The conference programme combined a balance between theory and its application to management in Belgium, Britain, Denmark, France, Germany, Switzerland and The Netherlands.

CONTENTS:

Introduction and opening remarks (H. Bernhardt)

Eutrophication and the management of planktonic algae: what Vollenweider couldn't tell us (C.S. Reynolds)

The impact of physical processes on algal growth (D.M. Imboden)

The predicting power of models for eutrophication (G. van Straten)

Structural dynamic eutrophication models (S.E. Jørgensen)

The scope for biomanipulation in improving water quality (B. Moss)

The control of indirect effects of biomanipulation (J. Benndorf)

The significance of sedimentation and sediments to phytoplankton growth in drinking-water reservoirs (D. Uhlmann & H. Horn)

Calcite covering of sediments as a possible way of curbing blue-green algae (H. Klapper)

Development of trophic state and phytoplankton in an oligo-mesotrophic reservoir (Kleine Kinzig) in the northern Black Forest, Germany (E. Hoehn)

Changes of water quality and sediment phosphorus of a small productive lake following decreased phosphorus loading (S.I. Heaney, J.E. Corry & J.P. Lishman)

Eutrophication in the River Meuse (J.-P. Descy)

Keys to species of case-bearing caddis larvae (one key for each family)

A tool for better management of water quality during periods of algal blooms: the case of the River Oise (T. Vandevelde & V. Da Molo)

The control of gas-vacuolate cyanobacteria (A.E. Walsby)

Physical measures to inhibit planktonic cyanobacteria (C.E.W. Steinberg & E. Gruhl)

Active reservoir management: a model solution (J. Hilton, A.E. Irish & C.S. Reynolds)

Notes on collection, preservation and examination, and on general features of caddis larvae

Management of Biesboch reservoirs for quality control with special reference to eutrophication (G. Oskam & L. van Breeman)

Summary and concluding remarks (J.G. Jones)