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Sediment accumulation rates in European lakes since AD 1850: trends, reference conditions and exceedence
Sediment accumulation rate (SAR) is an important physical parameter in all lakes and increases have been observed in many over the last c.100 years. This has been ascribed to changes in land-use andExpand
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Acceleration of cyanobacterial dominance in north temperate-subarctic lakes during the Anthropocene.
Increases in atmospheric temperature and nutrients from land are thought to be promoting the expansion of harmful cyanobacteria in lakes worldwide, yet to date there has been no quantitativeExpand
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The role of heavy metals and toxic amterials in the physiological ecology of submersed macrophytes
Abstract An overview of, and information from, a number of publications dealing with the availability, uptake rates and accumulation of metals (e.g. Fe, Cu, Cr, Cd, Pb) and organic substances (e.g.Expand
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The eutrophication of Lake Champlain's northeastern arm: Insights from paleolimnological analyses
Abstract The trophic history of Lake Champlain's northeastern arm was assessed using a multi-proxy paleolimnological approach to provide sub-basin specific information for restoration planning.Expand
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Records of environmental and climatic changes during the late Holocene from Svalbard: palaeolimnology of Kongressvatnet
A multi-core, multidisciplinary palaeolimnological study of the partially varved sediment of a deep, meromictic, arctic lake, Kongressvatnet (Svalbard, Western Spitsbergen), provides a record ofExpand
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Palaeoproductivity and environmental changes during the Holocene in central Italy as recorded in two crater lakes (Albano and Nemi)
Abstract Three cores from two crater lakes in central Italy (Albano and Nemi) spanning the last ca. 11 kyr BP are discussed here. They were analysed for organic matter, dry density, algal andExpand
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Interactions of temperature and nutrient changes: effects on phytoplankton in the Piburger See (Tyrol, Austria)
Summary 1. Contemporary limnological and palaeolimnological data from Piburger See (Eastern Alps, Austria) allowed the reconstruction of its trophic state since the late 19th century and theExpand
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Palaeolimnological studies of the eutrophication of volcanic Lake Albano (Central Italy)
We use palaeolimnological techniques to reconstruct the eutrophication history of a volcanic lake (Lake Albano, central Italy) over the past three centuries. The presence of annual varves down to theExpand
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Defining ecological and chemical reference conditions and restoration targets for nine European lakes
This paper aims to determine the ecological and chemical reference conditions (~1800–1850 AD) and degree of floristic change at nine enriched lakes, covering a range of types across Europe, usingExpand
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