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Patterns and factors of biota distribution in remote European mountain lakes
|Other titles||Patterns and factors of biota distribution in remote European lakes, Fundamental and applied limnology. Special issues.|
|Statement||edited by Jordi Catalan, Christopher J. Curtis and Martin Kernan|
|Series||Advances in limnology -- 62, Advances in limnology -- 62.|
|LC Classifications||QH135 .P28 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 440 p. :|
|Number of Pages||440|
|LC Control Number||2010450829|
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Effects of N enrichment on remote mountain lakes have been reported from Europe, eastern and western North America, and Japan (Lepori and Keck, ). Some headwater mountain catchments, with sparse vegetation and poor soil development, have become saturated with N, allowing excess nitrate to leach to mountain lakes (Baron et al., ).Cited by: A biome / ˈ b aɪ oʊ m / is a community of plants and animals that have common characteristics for the environment they exist in.
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Freshwater biodiversity has shown to be highly vulnerable to climate warming, alpine cold stenotherm populations being especially at risk of getting extinct. This paper aims at identifying the environmental factors favouring cold stenotherm species in alpine ponds.
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Element content, loss-on-ignition, chironomid analysis and Pb dating were applied on a sediment core from a subalpine Tatra lake (Popradské pleso) to reveal the response of aquatic biota to eutrophication induced by human activities in the lake catchment.
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