Liming placed in a long-term perspective: a paleolimnological study of 12 lakes in the Swedish liming program

@article{Guhrn2007LimingPI,
  title={Liming placed in a long-term perspective: a paleolimnological study of 12 lakes in the Swedish liming program},
  author={Matilda Guhr{\'e}n and Christian Bigler and I. Renberg},
  journal={Journal of Paleolimnology},
  year={2007},
  volume={37},
  pages={247-258}
}
Since the 1970s liming has been practised on a large scale in Sweden to mitigate acidification and several thousand lakes and streams are limed repeatedly. The Swedish monitoring program ISELAW (Integrated Studies of the Effects of Liming Acidified Waters) studies the long-term effects of liming. This paper summarizes the paleolimnological part of the program. Sediment cores from 12 lakes were analysed to study the development of the lakes from pre-industrial time until the present, and address… Expand
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