Cultural Oligotrophication: Causes and Consequences for Fisheries Resources

@inproceedings{Stockner2000CulturalOC,
  title={Cultural Oligotrophication: Causes and Consequences for Fisheries Resources},
  author={John G. Stockner and Emil Rydin and Per Hyenstrand},
  year={2000}
}
Abstract Research on the impacts and processes of eutrophication has dominated limnological research for several decades, and it is only recently that implications of nutrient removal and declining ecosystem production (oligotrophication) on fisheries and food chains have been reported. To many persons, oligotrophication is synonymous with “clean”water and aesthetic improvements, but to others, it often implies an unproductive and declining fisheries resource. In this article we use a… CONTINUE READING

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