By Boqiang Qin
Eutrophication and algal blooms are around the globe environmental concerns in lakes. The eutrophication procedure and formation mechanisms of algal blooms are really advanced in shallow lakes a result of powerful lake land, air water and water sediment interactions. This quantity positive aspects papers offered on the foreign Symposium at the Eutrophication strategy and keep an eye on in huge Shallow Lakes - with distinct connection with Lake Taihu, a Shallow Subtropical chinese language Lake, held in Nanjing, China, 22 26 April, 2005. the themes comprise: actual techniques and their results on shallow lake ecosystems; biogeochemistry of sediments and nutrient biking in shallow lakes; algal blooms and atmosphere reaction in shallow lakes; eutrophication regulate and recovery in shallow lakes; and source exploitation, environmental defense and sustainable administration in shallow lakes. This quantity will make an important contribution to the knowledge and administration of eutrophication in shallow lakes.
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