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Main Title Modeling the eutrophication process. /
Author Middlebrook, E. Joe ; Falkenbor, Donna H. ; Malone, Thomas E.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Middlebrooks, E. J.
Falkenborg, Donna H.
Maloney, Thomas E.
CORP Author Utah Water Research Lab., Logan.
Publisher Ann Arbor Science Publishers,
Year Published 1973
Report Number PRWG136-1
Stock Number PB-227 065
Subjects Eutrophication--Mathematical models--Congresses ; Biological models--Congresses
Additional Subjects Limnology ; Mathematical models ; Meetings ; Water pollution ; Ecology ; Primary biological productivity ; Eutrophication
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-227 065 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 228 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Synopsis of workshop on modeling of the eutrophication process; Long-term lake recovery related to available phosphorus; Modeling algal growth dynamics in Shagawa Lake, Minnesota, with comments concerning projected restoration of the lake; Simulation of urban runoff, nutrient loading, and biotic response of a shallow eutrophic lake; Some aspects of phosphorus dynamics of the Twin Lakes watershed; The role of thermocline migration in regulating algal blooms; Need for an ecosystem perspective in eutrophication modeling; Multi-nutrient dynamic models of algal growth and species competition in eutrophic lakes; Rates of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and phosphorus cycling through microbial populations in stratified lakes; Capabilities and limitations of a nutrient-plankton model; Phytoplankton population changes and nutrient fluctuations in a simple aquatic ecosystem model; Aquatic modeling in the eastern deciduous forest biome, U.S. International Biological Program; A physical model for simulation of aquatic ecosystems; Activity analysis and the management of resources: a model for control of eutrophication; Component description and analysis of environmental systems: oxygen utilization in aquatic microcosms; Predicting the effects of nutrient diversion on lake recovery.
Papers of a conference convened at Utah State University, Logan. Includes bibliographical references. Microfiche.