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The structure and function of fen lakes in relation to water table management in The Netherlands
Most relatively large (> 250 ha) and shallow (< 2 m), Dutch lakes originate from large-scale peat mining. Originally, their water tables were regulated by natural processes such asExpand
Available phosphorus in lake sediments in The Netherlands
The amount of phosphorus available to algae in the sediments of four lakes in the western part of the Netherlands has been assessed by means of chemical extraction and bioassay techniques. InExpand
Effects of Phosphorus Removal on the Maximal Algal Growth in Bioassay Experiments with Water from Four Dutch Lakes
This paper reports the effects of phosphorus removal at three sewage wastewater treatment plants on the state of eutrophication of four shallow lakes in the south-eastern part of the RijnlandExpand
Available Phosphorus in the Sediments of Eight Lakes in the Netherlands
The sediment composition of eight lakes in the Netherlands has been investigated to estimate the release of phosphate (P) from sediments. The amount of phosphate available to algae from sediments hasExpand
Bioassays using Stigeoclonium tenue Kütz. and Scenedesmus quadricauda (Turp.) Bréb. as testorganisms; a comparative study
Three different bioassays, two culture tube test methods with respectively Stigeoclonium tenue or Scenedesmus quadricauda and one bottle test with S. quadricauda, were compared. The yields obtainedExpand
Eutrofication of surface waters in the dutch polder landscape
A hydrobiological study was carried out to elaborate the water quality classification system of Caspers and Karbe (1966, 1967) for the large s tagnant bodies of water in the western part of theExpand
From microbiotest to decision support system: an assessment framework for surface water toxicity
A decision framework for the site-specific detection of toxic effects of contaminants in surface waters is presented. Although the main objective of the development of this framework aimed atExpand
Biological Assessment of the Water Quality in South-Holland (The Netherlands)
A hydrobiological study was carried out to elaborate the water quality classification system of CASPERS & KARBE (1966, 1967) for the larger stagnant bodies of water in the western part of theExpand
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