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Schindler, David W
The algal bowl : overfertilization of the world's freshwaters and estuaries / David W. Schindler & John R. Vallentyne
Alternate Title Overfertilization of the world's freshwaters and estuaries
1st ed
Edmonton : University of Alberta Press, c2008
book jacket
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 4th Floor  QH96.8.E9 S35 2008    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Eutrophication
Estuarine eutrophication
Nutrient pollution of water
Freshwater ecology
Physical Description xiii, 334 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 23 cm
Note "This publication or product contains information from the original publication titled The algal bowl: lakes and man, by John R. Vallentyne, 1974 ... It has been revised and published with permission from the Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, 2005."--T.p. verso
Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-307) and index
Contents 1. The algal bowl -- 2. Lakes and humans -- 3. Lakes are made of water -- 4. How lakes breathe -- 5. Phosphorus, the morning star -- 6. The environmental physician -- 7. Detergents and lakes -- 8. The year of NTA -- 9. Understanding eutrophication from experiments in small lakes -- 10. Changes in the eutrophication problem since the mid-20th century -- 11. The muddy archives--using the fossil record to interpret the history of eutrophication -- 12. Recovery from eutrophication -- 13. Eutrophication in estuaries and coastal zones -- 14. The eutrophication problem as part of a greater environmental crisis
Alternate Author Vallentyne, John R., 1926-2007

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