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作者:Zhengmiao DENG , Yonghong XIE , Xinsheng CHEN ...
来源:[J].Journal of Limnology, 2017, Vol.76 (2)佩吉出版社
摘要:Clonal plants are prevalent in wetlands and play important roles in maintaining the functions of the ecosystem. In the present study, we determined the effect of clone sizes (R1, R2, and R3 comprising 1, 3, and 5clumping ramets) on the tolerance of Carex brevicuspis growing under...
作者:Silvia MARKOVÁ , Catia MAURONE , Erica RACCHETTI ...
来源:[J].Journal of Limnology, 2017, Vol.76 (2)佩吉出版社
摘要:Shallow water bodies dominate the areal extent of continental waters and host a proportion of biodiversity higher than the percentage of Earth’s surface they cover. Daphnia is a key component of small aquatic ecosystems food webs. Here we present the result of a survey in 24...
作者:Carmen GABALDÓN , Miloslav DEVETTER , Josef HEJZLAR ...
来源:[J].Journal of Limnology, 2017, Vol.76 (2)佩吉出版社
摘要:The zooplankton community in a relatively small and mountain pond was studied during the spring growing season. To investigate which factors operate in the community structure, we explored several physical conditions, such as high inflows, and the biotic dynamics of the main zoop...
作者:Zbigniew KACZKOWSKI , Adrianna WOJTAL-FRANKIEWICZ , Ilona GĄGAŁA ...
来源:[J].Journal of Limnology, 2017, Vol.76 (2)佩吉出版社
摘要:The occurrence of cyanobacteria is particularly characteristic of shallow eutrophic waters, and they often form massive ‘blooms’ that can affect aquatic invertebrates and fish. However, even a low abundance of cyanobacteria can be hazardous to aquatic organisms, due to the p...
作者:Rubén LADRERA , Miguel CAÑEDO-ARGÜELLES , Narcís PRAT
来源:[J].Journal of Limnology, 2017, Vol.76 (2)佩吉出版社
摘要:Potash mining is significantly increasing the salt concentration of rivers and streams due to lixiviates coming from the mine tailings. In the present study, we have focused on the middle Llobregat basin (northeast Spain), where an important potash mining activity exists from the...
作者:Claire ARCHER , Paula NOBLE , David KREAMER ...
来源:[J].Journal of Limnology, 2017, Vol.76 (2)佩吉出版社
摘要:Lake Lungo and Lake Ripasottile are two shallow (4-5 m) lakes located in the Rieti Basin, central Italy, that have been described previously as surface outcroppings of the groundwater table. In this work, the two lakes as well as springs and rivers that represent their poten...
作者:Francisco DIOGO R. SOUSA , Alexandre V. PALAORO , Lourdes M.A. ELMOOR-LOUREIRO ...
来源:[J].Journal of Limnology, 2017, Vol.76 (2)佩吉出版社
摘要:Invasive species are one of the major threats to biodiversity, which is aggravated in poorly known groups, such as cladocerans. Daphnia lumholtzi Sars (Cladocera: Anomopoda: Daphniidae) is currently invading the Neotropical region, and there are few records of this process. ...
作者:Yimy HERRERA-MARTÍNEZ , Juan César PAGGI , Camilo Bernardo GARCIA
来源:[J].Journal of Limnology, 2017, Vol.76 (2)佩吉出版社
摘要:Fishless Andean high mountain lakes may be vulnerable to fish invasion because they tend to be small, oligotrophic and contain low zooplankton diversity. During the first decades of the twentieth century, rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mikiss , was introduced in South America, and s...
作者:Iván HERNÁNDEZ-ALMEIDA , Martin GROSJEAN , Sergi PLA-RABES ...
来源:[J].Journal of Limnology, 2017, Vol.76 (2)佩吉出版社
摘要:Quantitative paleonvironmental studies using transfer functions are developed from training sets. However, changes in some variables ( e.g ., climatic) can be difficult to identify from short-term monitoring ( e.g. , less than one year). Here, we present the study of the chrysoph...
作者:Sanna T. KORKONEN , Antti E.K. OJALA , Emilia KOSONEN ...
来源:[J].Journal of Limnology, 2017, Vol.76 (2)佩吉出版社
摘要:Phytoplankton species composition is strongly affected by seasons, which should be taken into account in palaeolimnological studies. Although chrysophyte cysts and diatoms are widely used as palaeobioindicators in palaeolimnological studies, only recently have attempts been ...

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