Hypolimnetic metabolism in Lake Washington : Relative effects of nutrient load and food web structureon lake produ . ctivityl

@inproceedings{Lehman2000HypolimneticMI,
  title={Hypolimnetic metabolism in Lake Washington : Relative effects of nutrient load and food web structureon lake produ . ctivityl},
  author={John T. Lehman},
  year={2000}
}
The general metabolism of carbon, oxygen, phosphate, nitrate, and silicate in the hypolimnion of Lake Washington is examined from 23 yr of record. Magnitudes of net consumptive and regenerative processes in the water column and sediments are identified and stoichiometries of regeneration in situ are calculated. Aerobic respiration appears to be almost equally divided between the water column and sediment surface. Net vitrification is more rapid in the water column, and silicate regeneration is… CONTINUE READING
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