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Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe
In this first worldwide synthesis of in situ and satellite-derived lake data, we find that lake summer surface water temperatures rose rapidly (global mean = 0.34°C decade−1) between 1985 and 2009.Expand
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Eco-physiological adaptations that favour freshwater cyanobacteria in a changing climate.
Climate change scenarios predict that rivers, lakes, and reservoirs will experience increased temperatures, more intense and longer periods of thermal stratification, modified hydrology, and alteredExpand
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Derivation of lake mixing and stratification indices from high-resolution lake buoy data
Lake Analyzer is a numerical code coupled with supporting visualization tools for determining indices of mixing and stratification that are critical to the biogeochemical cycles of lakes and reservoirs. Expand
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Prediction of water quality in lakes and reservoirs. Part I — Model description
Abstract A one-dimensional water quality model (DYRESM Water Quality) is described which combines a process based hydrodynamic model (DYRESM) with numerical descriptions of phytoplankton production,Expand
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Publishing by--and for?--the numbers.
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Summer flow event induces a cyanobacterial bloom in a seasonal Western Australian estuary
In January 2000, record rainfall led to the first recorded bloom of Microcystis aeruginosa in the Swan River estuary. A simple model is used to examine the bloom dynamics and the unusual conditionsExpand
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An empirical model for sediment resuspension in shallow lakes
Suspended solids concentrations were measured at routine 2–3 week intervals and on additional windy days for at least one year in each of seven shallow (mean depth < 2 m) south Island, New ZealandExpand
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Predicting the effects of climate change on trophic status of three morphologically varying lakes: Implications for lake restoration and management
We use the one-dimensional lake ecosystem model DYRESM-CAEDYM to quantify the effects of a future climate on three morphologically different lakes that varied in trophic status from oligo-mesotrophic to highly eutrophic, and show differential increases in eutrophication in all lakes, especially during summer months. Expand
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Nitrogen and Phosphorus Limitation of Phytoplankton Growth in New Zealand Lakes: Implications for Eutrophication Control
We examine macronutrient limitation in New Zealand (NZ) lakes where, contrary to the phosphorus (P) only control paradigm, nitrogen (N) control is widely adopted to alleviate eutrophication. A reviewExpand
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High Levels of Structural Diversity Observed in Microcystins from Microcystis CAWBG11 and Characterization of Six New Microcystin Congeners
Microcystins (MCs) are cyclic peptides produced by cyanobacteria, which can be harmful to humans and animals when ingested. Differences in the coding of the non-ribosomal peptideExpand
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