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Main Title Lake Eutrophication - Water Pollution Causes, Effects and Control.
CORP Author Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. Water Resources Research Center.
Year Published 1970
Report Number WRRC-Bull-22; OWRR-A-999-MINN; 03012,; A-999-MINN(13)
Stock Number PB-196 479
Additional Subjects ( Lakes ; Water pollution) ; ( Nutrients ; Water pollution) ; ( Food chains ; Lakes) ; ( Minnesota ; Water pollution) ; Control ; Sources ; Water quality ; Nutrients ; Primary biological productivity ; Industrial wastes ; Sewage ; Radioactive contaminents ; Algae ; Biochemical oxygen demand ; Microorganisms ; Aquatic plants ; Aquatic animals ; Ecology ; Meetings ; Eutrophication ; Geology ; Detroit lakes ; Lake Melissa ; Lake Sallie
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NTIS  PB-196 479 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 69p
Abstract
Papers presented at 'Save the Lakes Symposium' focused on lake pollution and eutrophication. The life cycle of a lake is described. Improved methods of lake management may be uncovered in fundamental studies dealing with present sources of pollution, municipal sewage and diffuse sources, such as agricultural operation, fallout and washout from air, drainage, and the technical problems involved. The history and diversion of wastes at Madison, Wisconsin, Lake Tahoe and Lake Washington is described. The geological history of the Detroit Lakes is given. There are many means of alleviating eutrophication: ecological control, biological control, chemical control, and mechanical control.