Polymixis of a shallow lake (Groβer Müggelsee, Berlin) and its influence on seasonal phytoplankton dynamics

@article{Nixdorf2004PolymixisOA,
  title={Polymixis of a shallow lake (Groβer M{\"u}ggelsee, Berlin) and its influence on seasonal phytoplankton dynamics},
  author={Brigitte Nixdorf},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={275},
  pages={173-186}
}
The polymictic properties of Lake Müggelsee, a eutrophic shallow lake in Berlin, are described by the water column stability (N 2) and gradients in saturation of oxygen at the deepest site of the lake (7.5 m). Mixing and stratification changed irregularly up to 7 times during the vegetation season (April to September), as was indicated by all of the stratification parameters. Thermally stable conditions generally lasted 1–2 weeks. A maximum of 5 weeks stratification was observed in 1982. In… CONTINUE READING
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