2 edition of post-glacial development of Lake Trummen. found in the catalog.
post-glacial development of Lake Trummen.
|Series||Folia limnologica Scandinavica., 16.|
|LC Classifications||QE39.5.P3 D53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||104 p.,  l.,|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||73177440|
the restored Lake Trummen, has about 25 students. In grateful appreciation of the smooth co-operation with the common goal to restore Lake Trummen, the ecological team dedicates this book to the memory of Sten Sandström, Chairman of Växjö Finance Department, Sten Tengwall, Director of Växjö Buildin g. Post-glacial rebound and isostatic depression are phases of glacial isostasy (glacial isostatic adjustment, glacioisostasy), the deformation of the Earth's crust in response to changes in ice mass distribution. The direct raising effects of post-glacial rebound are readily apparent in parts of Northern Eurasia.
We live in a world that is increasingly vulnerable to climatic shocks - affecting agriculture and industry, government and international trade, not to mention human health and happiness. Serious anxieties have been aroused by respected scientists warning of dire perils that could result from upsets of the climatic regime. In this internationally acclaimed book, Emeritus 4/5(1). Pollen diagrams from northern Quebec, Canada, show advances throughout the Holocene of post-glacial vegetation development. The initial phase of open vegetation began about years before the present. Following deglaciation, shrub and herbaceous tundra plants dominated for a brief period of time.
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The post-glacial development of Lake Trummen. Regional vegetation history, water level changes and palaeolimnology. Digerfeldt G () The post-glacial development of Lake Trummen.
Regional vegetation history, water level changes and palaeolimnology. post-glacial development of Lake Trummen. book Folia limnologica scandinav pp Google ScholarCited by: Digerfeldt G () The post-glacial development of Lake Trummen.
Regional vegetation history, water level changes and palaeolimnology. Folia Limnologica Scandinavica pp Google ScholarCited by: 4.
Part of the Developments in Hydrobiology 7 book series (DIHY, volume 7) Lake Trummen, previously an oligotrophic lake, was heavily polluted during – The lake was restored by suction dredging of the top sediment layer. After restoration nutrient concentrations and phytoplankton biomass were drastically by: Lake Trummen (56 o 52' N, 14 o 50' E) at the town of Växjö in south-central Sweden was a good example of the large group of polluted lakes which had deteriorated within and around urbanised areas.
The originally oligotrophic, brown-water Lake Trummen (drainage area 12 km 2, lake area 1 km 2 and depth, until2 m) had been used for swimming and for water supply, at. Despite our growing awareness of the vital role they play in the global environment, wetlands remain among the most endangered ecosystems on Earth and are still being destroyed and degraded at an alarming rate.
This much-needed publication, which includes contributions from leading researchers and practitioners, presents a holistic perspective on the restoration of. The small lake Trummen is in the city of Vaxjo in the south Swedish upland. The lake was oligotrophic till the beginning of this century, but the increase of population, domestic sewage and industrial waste water resulted in progressive eutrophication.
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Two periods of soil development are recorded, specifically (1) during an initial phase after the Lake of the Woods basin became isolated from Lake Agassiz ~10, to 10, years ago; and (2.
The post-glacial development of Lake Trummen, Småland, Central South Sweden; regional vegetation development, water level development and palaeolimnologic development.
Lake Trummen, previously an oligotrophic lake, was heavily polluted during – The lake was restored by suction dredging of the top sediment layer.
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