Palaeolimnology as a tool to inform shallow lake management: an example from Upton Great Broad, Norfolk, UK

@article{Ayres2007PalaeolimnologyAA,
  title={Palaeolimnology as a tool to inform shallow lake management: an example from Upton Great Broad, Norfolk, UK},
  author={Kathryn R. Ayres and Carl D. Sayer and Eleanor R. Skeate and Martin R. Perrow},
  journal={Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2007},
  volume={17},
  pages={2153-2168}
}
This palaeolimnological study investigates recent changes in the biological structure of an English shallow lake (Upton Great Broad, Norfolk). By focusing on the historical occurrence of submerged macrophytes, particularly the rare UK species, Najas marina L. (Holly-leaved Naiad), we address a management question that frequently arises for shallow lakes… CONTINUE READING