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    Call number: AWI Bio-21-94351
    In: Developments in hydrobiology, 29
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: VII, 307 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9061935369
    Series Statement: Developments in hydrobiology 29
    Language: English
    Note: Contents Preface 1. Gunnar Nygaard: A guiding influence on paleolimnological research / by J. Kristiansen 2. Diatoms as indicators of pH: An historical review / by R.W. Battarbee, J.P. Smol & J. Meriläinen Part one: Taxonomy 3. The genus Melosira from soft-water lakes with special reference to northern Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota / by K.E. Camburn & J.C. Kingston 4. A new diatom species, Fragilaria acidobiontica, from acidic lakes in northeastern North America / by D.F. Charles 5. Two forms of Tabellaria binalis (Ehr.) Grun. in two acid lakes in Galloway, Scotland / by R.J. Flower Part two: Extant floras 6. Phytoplankton in selected LaCloche (Ontario) lakes, pH 4.2-7.0, with special reference to algaeas indicators of chemical characteristics / by P.M. Stokes & Y.K. Yung 7. The representation of living diatom communities in deep-water sedimentary diatom assemblages in two Maine (U.S.A.) lakes / by D.M. DeNicola 8. Spatial and temporal variability in periphytic diatom communities: Palaeoecological significance in an acidified lake / by V.J. Jones & R.J. Flower Part three: Paleolimnological applications 9. Relationships between diatom assemblages in lake surface-sediments and limnological characteristics in southern Norway / by D.S. Anderson, R.B. Davis & F. Berge 10. Diatom evidence for neutralization in acid surface mine lakes / by R.B. Brugam & M. Lusk 11. The recent history of a naturally acidic lake (Cone Pond, N.H.) / by J. Ford 12. East african diatoms and water pH / by F. Gasse 13. Acidification of small lakes in Finland documented by sedimentary diatom and chrysophycean remains / by K. Tolonen, M. Liukkonen, R. Harjula & A. Patila 14. Applications of multivariate techniques to infer limnological conditions from diatom assemblages / by P. Huttunen & J. Meriläinen 15. A sedimentary diatom record of severe acidification in Lake Blamissusjon, N. Sweden, through natural soil processes / by I. Renberg 16. Diatom responses to acidification and lime treatment in a clear-water lake: Comparison of two methods of analysis of a diatom stratigraphy / by H. Simola 17. Acidification of four lakes in the Federal Republic of Germany as reflected by diatom assemblages, cladoceran remains and sediment chemistry / by K. Arzet, D. Krause-Dellin & C. Steinberg 18. Late-glacial and Holocene acidity changes in Adirondack (N.Y.) lakes / by D.R. Whitehead, D.F. Charles, S.J. Jackson, S.E. Reed & M.C. Sheehan 19. Chrysophycean microfossils as indicators of lakewater pH / by J.P. Smol Part four: Overview 20. The use of sedimentary remains of siliceous algae for inferring past chemistry of lake water-problems, potential and research needs / by R.B. Davis & J.P. Smol Indices Index of lakes Index of genera Subject index
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