An ecosystem management framework to maintain water quality in a macrophyte-dominated, productive, shallow reservoir

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Loch Leven, SK, is a well-oxygenated, highly productive, clear-water lake dominated by a nuisance species of submergent macrophyte (Elodea canadensis Michaux) whose removal has been suggested to enhance recreational use. Previous empirical and theoretical work, however, has suggested that macrophytes offer an important ecosystem service in such lakes by… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10750-016-2739-1

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@article{Finlay2016AnEM, title={An ecosystem management framework to maintain water quality in a macrophyte-dominated, productive, shallow reservoir}, author={Kerri Finlay and Richard J. Vogt}, journal={Hydrobiologia}, year={2016}, volume={776}, pages={111-123} }