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Environmental issues of Lake Taihu, China
Lake Taihu is characterized by its shallowness (mean depth = 1.9 m) and large surface area (2,338 km2). Runoff sources are mostly from the mountainous west and southwest, and outflows are locatedExpand
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A Drinking Water Crisis in Lake Taihu, China: Linkage to Climatic Variability and Lake Management
In late May, 2007, a drinking water crisis took place in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China, following a massive bloom of the toxin producing cyanobacteria Microcystis spp. in Lake Taihu, China’s thirdExpand
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The contribution of phytoplankton degradation to chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) in eutrophic shallow lakes: field and experimental evidence.
Eight field campaigns in the eutrophic, shallow, Lake Taihu in the summers from 2005 to 2007, and a phytoplankton degradation experiment of 33 days, were carried out to determine the contribution ofExpand
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Environmental issues of Lake Taihu, China
Lake Taihu is characterized by its shallowness (mean depth = 1.9 m) and large surface area (2,338 km2). Runoff sources are mostly from the mountainous west and southwest, and outflows are locatedExpand
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Characterizing chromophoric dissolved organic matter in Lake Tianmuhu and its catchment basin using excitation-emission matrix fluorescence and parallel factor analysis.
Chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) is an important optically active substance that transports nutrients, heavy metals, and other pollutants from terrestrial to aquatic systems and is usedExpand
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Characteristics and sources of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in lakes of the Yungui Plateau, China, differing in trophic state and altitude
The high-mountain lakes on the Yungui Plateau in China are exposed to high-intensity ultraviolet radiation, and contain low concentrations of chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM). WeExpand
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Resolving the variability of CDOM fluorescence to differentiate the sources and fate of DOM in Lake Taihu and its tributaries.
Taihu Basin is the most developed area in China, which economic development has resulted in pollutants being produced and discharged into rivers and the lake. Lake Taihu is located in the center ofExpand
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Compositional differences of chromophoric dissolved organic matter derived from phytoplankton and macrophytes
Chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) is an important component in the aquatic environment and plays a key role in light attenuation and in carbon biogeochemical cycles. We examined CDOMExpand
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Modeling Remote-Sensing Reflectance and Retrieving Chlorophyll-a Concentration in Extremely Turbid Case-2 Waters (Lake Taihu, China)
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Accurate assessment of concentration of chlorophyll a (Chla) and correct identification of algal blooms by remote sensing have previously been a great challenge in the optically complex Case-2 waters. Expand
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A study of absorption characteristics of chromophoric dissolved organic matter and particles in Lake Taihu, China
Absorptions by non-phytoplankton particles and phytoplankton, and chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) were measured at 50 sites in large, shallow, Lake Taihu in winter and summer 2006 toExpand
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