Annual and diel oxygen and temperature regime of the Lakes Maarsseveen

@article{Kersting2005AnnualAD,
  title={Annual and diel oxygen and temperature regime of the Lakes Maarsseveen},
  author={Kees Kersting},
  journal={Hydrobiological Bulletin},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={10-28}
}
The changes in oxygen concentration of an aquatic system are the outcome of different processes (biological, physical, and chemical) leading to a situation that is characteristic for the system. Not only changes in time are important, but also the differences in relation to place. In deep water bodies the distribution of oxygen at different depths is especially important. This distribution is strongly related to the differences in temperature, which in themselves are also principal… CONTINUE READING

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