The importance of higher trophic level in the process of eutrophication in enclosure

I. Tatrai, L. G. Toth, V. Istvánovics, J. Zlinszky

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Abstract

Enclosures open to sediment and the atmosphere were used to elucidate the response of algae and bacteria to the nutrient enrichment from fish in the mesotrophic area of Lake Balaton, Hungary. Benthivorous fish with a biomass illustrative of the most eutrophic part of the lake could generate high bacterial production rate and a strong outburst of blue-greens. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternationale Revue de Gesamten Hydrobiologie
Pages175-188
Number of pages14
Volume75
Edition2
Publication statusPublished - 1990

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trophic level
eutrophication
nutrient enrichment
lake
fish
outburst
alga
bacterium
atmosphere
biomass
sediment
rate

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
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Tatrai, I., Toth, L. G., Istvánovics, V., & Zlinszky, J. (1990). The importance of higher trophic level in the process of eutrophication in enclosure. In Internationale Revue de Gesamten Hydrobiologie (2 ed., Vol. 75, pp. 175-188)

The importance of higher trophic level in the process of eutrophication in enclosure. / Tatrai, I.; Toth, L. G.; Istvánovics, V.; Zlinszky, J.

Internationale Revue de Gesamten Hydrobiologie. Vol. 75 2. ed. 1990. p. 175-188.

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Tatrai, I, Toth, LG, Istvánovics, V & Zlinszky, J 1990, The importance of higher trophic level in the process of eutrophication in enclosure. in Internationale Revue de Gesamten Hydrobiologie. 2 edn, vol. 75, pp. 175-188.
Tatrai I, Toth LG, Istvánovics V, Zlinszky J. The importance of higher trophic level in the process of eutrophication in enclosure. In Internationale Revue de Gesamten Hydrobiologie. 2 ed. Vol. 75. 1990. p. 175-188
Tatrai, I. ; Toth, L. G. ; Istvánovics, V. ; Zlinszky, J. / The importance of higher trophic level in the process of eutrophication in enclosure. Internationale Revue de Gesamten Hydrobiologie. Vol. 75 2. ed. 1990. pp. 175-188
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