Attempted management of cyanobacteria by Phoslock (lanthanum-modified clay) in Canadian lakes: water quality results and predictions

@article{Nrnberg2017AttemptedMO,
  title={Attempted management of cyanobacteria by Phoslock (lanthanum-modified clay) in Canadian lakes: water quality results and predictions},
  author={Gertrud K. N{\"u}rnberg},
  journal={Lake and Reservoir Management},
  year={2017},
  volume={33},
  pages={163 - 170}
}
  • G. Nürnberg
  • Published 2017
  • Biology
  • Lake and Reservoir Management
ABSTRACT Nürnberg GK. 2017. Attempted management of cyanobacteria by Phoslock (lanthanum-modified clay) in Canadian lakes: water quality results and predictions. Lake Reserv Manage. 33:163–170. When internal phosphorus (P) loading from the bottom sediments outweighs external P inputs to lakes, lake water quality and cyanobacteria blooms will not respond to external measures alone and therefore require an in-lake restoration treatment. Lake characteristics and governmental regulations do not… Expand
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