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Author: John P. Smol,R.W. Battarbee,R.B. Davis,J. Meriläinen
ISBN: 140202407X
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Pages 308 pages
Publisher Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1986 edition (April 30, 2004)
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by John P. Smol,R.W. Battarbee,R.B. Davis,J. Meriläinen


The stratigraphic record of diatoms and other paleoindicators in lake sediments has . Developments in Hydrobiology.

The stratigraphic record of diatoms and other paleoindicators in lake sediments has been used increasingly to document past limnological. Diatoms and Lake Acidity. Reconstructing pH from siliceous algal remains in lake sediments. Diatoms and Lake Acidity is recommended reading for anyone wishing to assess current understanding of lake acidification, and especially recommended for those who wish to improve i. Bioscience, 37 (1987) & and advanced students of lake acidification, paleolimnology, and phycology will find this book a valuable addition to their libraries.

New Biological Books. Polydactyly in Development, Inheritance, and Evolution. J. P. Smol, R. W. Battarbee, R. B. Davis, J. Merilainen.

Diatoms and Lake Acidity book. During the last few years, lake acidification has become a topic. The idea that a book be prepared on this subject originated at a workshop entitled 'Reconstructing pH from sedimentary diatom remains - recent insights and update on methods' organized by . Davis and held at the XXII Congress of the International Association of Limnology at Lyon, France in August 1983. At this workshop, presentations were made by many of the authors in this volume.

307 pages, Figs, tabs, b/w plates. Publisher: Springer Nature.

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Diatoms and lake acidity: reconstructing pH from siliceous algal remains in lake sediments. Macro nutrients N, P, K, Ca, Mg, Na and S as well as heavy metals Pb, Cu, Zn, Co, Cr, Ni, Fe and Mn were analysed from a sediment core representing a 7000-year long history of a lake including the preceding brackish (Litorina Sea) and freshwater (Ancylus Lake) stages Cite.

Diatoms and Lake Acidity. Diatoms from Lakes in British Columbia (Canada) and Their Relationship to Lakewater Salinity, Nutrients and Other Limnological Variables. Dr. Junk Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Bibliotheca Diatomologica, J. Cramer, Stuttgart, 207 pp. 5) Reavie, .

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Books online: Diatoms and Lake Acidity: Reconstructing pH from siliceous algal remains in lake sediments (Developments in Hydrobiology), 2004, Fishpond. East african diatoms and water p. 13. Acidification of small lakes in Finland documented by sedimentary diatom and chrysophycean remains. 14. Applications of multivariate techniques to infer limnological conditions from diatom assemblages. John P. Smol is a professor in the Biology Department at Queen's University (Canada), with a cross-appointment at the School of Environmental Studies.

Stratigraphical studies on Lake Iidesjärvi sediments. Developments in Hydrobiology 29. Dr W. Junk Publishers, Dordrecht

Stratigraphical studies on Lake Iidesjärvi sediments. Part I: Environmental changes and paleolimnological development. Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Finland, 53:97–107. Anderson, N. 1989. An experimental and palaeoecological study of algal responses to lake acidification and liming in three central Swedish lakes. European Journal of Phycology, 32:35–48. and Renberg, I. 1992. Junk Publishers, Dordrecht. Bennion, . Juggins, S. and Anderson, N. 1996.

During the last few years, lake acidification has become a topic of international interest because of the detrimental effects of this problem on lake ecosystems. The stratigraphic record of diatoms and other paleoindicators in lake sediments has been used increasingly to document past limnological conditions. Because many diatom taxa are sensitive indicators of lakewater pH, this approach is especially useful in assessing impacts of atmospheric pollutants and watershed land use on lake pH. The idea that a book be prepared on this subject originated at a workshop entitled 'Reconstructing pH from sedimentary diatom remains - recent insights and update on methods' organized by R.B. Davis and held at the XXII Congress of the International Association of Limnology at Lyon, France in August 1983. At this workshop, presentations were made by many of the authors in this volume. The rapid progress in this field was evident when a second workshop, this time organized by R.W. Battarbee and R.J. Flower, was held one year later at the VII International Symposium on Diatoms at Paris, France. Many individuals helped with the preparation of this volume, most notable were our referees, who thoughtfully reviewed the manuscripts and suggested many improvements. I would also like to thank my colleagues at Queen's University who helped in innumerable ways over the last two years. A special word of gratitude is due to Dr. M.M. Boucherle, Dr. S.R. Brown, Ms. T.C. Oliver, and Mr. P.R. Leavitt. J.