Looking back - Looking forward: A novel multi-time slice weight-of-evidence approach for defining reference conditions to assess the impact of human activities on lake systems.

@article{Hollert2018LookingB,
  title={Looking back - Looking forward: A novel multi-time slice weight-of-evidence approach for defining reference conditions to assess the impact of human activities on lake systems.},
  author={Henner Hollert and Sarah E Crawford and Werner Brack and Markus Brinkmann and Elske Fischer and Kai Hartmann and Susanne Keiter and Richard Ottermanns and J. Drouin Ouellet and Karsten Rinke and Manfred R{\"o}sch and Martina Ro{\ss}-Nickoll and Andreas Schaeffer and Christoph Schueth and Tobias Schulze and Anja med. dent. Schwarz and Thomas Benjamin Seiler and Andrea Gabrielli and Matthias Hinderer and Antje Schwalb},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2018},
  volume={626},
  pages={
          1036-1046
        }
}
Lake ecosystems are sensitive recorders of environmental changes that provide continuous archives at annual to decadal resolution over thousands of years. The systematic investigation of land use changes and emission of pollutants archived in Holocene lake sediments as well as the reconstruction of contamination, background conditions, and sensitivity of lake systems offer an ideal opportunity to study environmental dynamics and consequences of anthropogenic impact that increasingly pose risks… CONTINUE READING
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