Anoxic conditions (DO < 1 mg/L) found at the reservoir between June and August are also characteristic of eutrophic
conditions (Nurnberg & Peters 1984; Nurnberg 1988; Horne & Goldman 1994).
For periphyton, only four sites (BO070, BO080, DC060, and GC100) were classified as mesotrophic or eutrophic
using either maximum or mean values.
of cyanobacterial diversity in a shallow eutrophic
Changes in the biomass and species composition of macroalgae in a eutrophic
The phosphate-enriched basin rapidly became eutrophic
, while the other basin remained unchanged.
4 with a mesotrophic (average) rather than eutrophic
(high) nutrient status.
This deadly combination was soon manifested in the landscape: a loss of groundcover, diseased trees, severe soil erosion and compaction, the breakdown of the underground stormwater drainage system, floods, and eutrophic
The high biological productivity of a eutrophic
lake leads to thick growth of water plants, algae blooms and -- finally -- a decrease of fish.
The traditional view in limnology was that lakes became more eutrophic
over time as they accumulated nutrient inputs from the watershed.
Contract notice: The service complement the knowledge of the natural habitat 3510 oxbow lakes and natural eutrophic
reservoirs with the communities of nymphaeion, potamion in the natura 2000 site near promna plh300030 refuge.
In the eutrophic
Lake Vortsjarv the corresponding numbers were 142 ind.
1]) Trophic meso- eutrophic
hyper- Status eutrophic eutrophic
Source: Modified from Lorraine and Vollenweider , Wetzel , Peerapornpisal et al.