Potential impacts of climatic changes on water quality in lakes

F. Szilagyi, L. Somlyódy

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Abstract

Human activities have caused the CO2 concentration to increase steadily in the atmosphere of the globe, the resulting "greenhouse' effect influencing potentially the future climate on global and regional scales alike. Advances have been registered in research into the meteorological and hydrological impacts of the greenhouse effect, whereas studies on water quality have barely started. Water quality can be influenced on many different ways. The potential impact on the chemical composition of hard water has been demonstrated on the basis of classical equilibrium equations, by assuming a twofold increase in the CO2 level. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHydrology of natural and manmade lakes. Proc. symposium, Vienna, 1991
EditorsG. Schiller
PublisherIAHS; Publication, 206
Pages79-86
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 1991

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greenhouse effect
water quality
climate change
lake
human activity
chemical composition
atmosphere
climate
water

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Szilagyi, F., & Somlyódy, L. (1991). Potential impacts of climatic changes on water quality in lakes. In G. Schiller (Ed.), Hydrology of natural and manmade lakes. Proc. symposium, Vienna, 1991 (pp. 79-86). IAHS; Publication, 206.

Potential impacts of climatic changes on water quality in lakes. / Szilagyi, F.; Somlyódy, L.

Hydrology of natural and manmade lakes. Proc. symposium, Vienna, 1991. ed. / G. Schiller. IAHS; Publication, 206, 1991. p. 79-86.

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Szilagyi, F & Somlyódy, L 1991, Potential impacts of climatic changes on water quality in lakes. in G Schiller (ed.), Hydrology of natural and manmade lakes. Proc. symposium, Vienna, 1991. IAHS; Publication, 206, pp. 79-86.
Szilagyi F, Somlyódy L. Potential impacts of climatic changes on water quality in lakes. In Schiller G, editor, Hydrology of natural and manmade lakes. Proc. symposium, Vienna, 1991. IAHS; Publication, 206. 1991. p. 79-86
Szilagyi, F. ; Somlyódy, L. / Potential impacts of climatic changes on water quality in lakes. Hydrology of natural and manmade lakes. Proc. symposium, Vienna, 1991. editor / G. Schiller. IAHS; Publication, 206, 1991. pp. 79-86
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