Editorial: Sediment resuspension in lakes

  title={Editorial: Sediment resuspension in lakes},
  author={J{\"u}rg Bloesch},
Sediment-water interaction has for a long time been a well-developed field in limnological research, as demonstrated by the many proceedings of IASWS (Golterman, 1977; Sly, 1982, 1986; Sly & Hart, 1989; Hart & Sly, 1992) and phosphorus workshops (Psenner & Gunatilaka, 1988; Enell et al., 1989; Boers et al., 1993). Usually the studies related to this topic are focused on release of soluble compounds and gases through chemical processes and bacterial activities, especially on phosphorus as the… CONTINUE READING
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