The trophic state of Lake Ladoga as indicated by late summer phytoplankton

@article{Holopainen2004TheTS,
  title={The trophic state of Lake Ladoga as indicated by late summer phytoplankton},
  author={Anna-Liisa Holopainen and Pertti Huttunen and Galina I. Letanskaya and Elena V. Protopopova},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={322},
  pages={9-16}
}
As a part of the joint Russian-Finnish evaluation of human impact on Lake Ladoga, we studied the phytoplankton of the lake in order to find biological indicators for eutrophication. A second aim of the investigation was intercalibration of sampling and phytoplankton counting techniques between the Russian and Finnish laboratories. Phytoplankton samples were collected from 27 sampling stations in the lake and from the rivers Volkhov and Neva in 9–13 August 1993. In surface water samples the… 
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