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Aeration of a Water Supply Reservoir

All Aeration Technologies - Methods and Materials

Benthic and Atmospheric Contributions to the Nutrient Budgets of a Soft-Water Lake

Client Based Monitoring Program Overview

Dr. Kortmann's Resume

Examples of Long-Term Projects

Glossary of Parameters and Terms


Internal Cycling of Phosphorus in Soft and Hard Water Ecosystems

Lake Ecosystem Energetics: The Missing Management Link

Phosphorus plays a central role in the bioenergetics of organisms and ecosystems. It is a role which no other atom can duplicate. Phosphorus is of paramount importance in lake management because it most often limits the degree of phytoplanktonic autotrophy (algae growth).


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