Ecological challenges for lake management

  title={Ecological challenges for lake management},
  author={Brian N Moss},
The need for management, in natural systems, and possibly in all systems, reflects an inability of the systems to operate in self-sustaining ways, due to interference, or damage to an extent that is beyond the capacities of the system for self-repair. Management need is thus a symptom of failure of the system. The more management needed, the greater the failure and management is always costly. Most freshwater systems have been seriously altered by human activities. We may wish to restore them… CONTINUE READING

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