Optical properties of New Zealand lakes I. Results of an expedition to seven South Island lakes (21-25 May 1981) including supplementary chemical data

By: Vincent, W.F.
Contributor(s): Howard-Williams, C. (DSIR, Ecology Division, Freshwater Section. Taupo).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Taupo Research Laboratory report: no. 48Publisher: Taupo, N.Z. : Ecology Division, DSIR, 1981Description: 33 pages : ilustrations (figures, tables) ; 30 cm.Subject(s): OPTICAL PROPERTIES | TURBIDITY | WATER COLOUR | ATTENUATION | SOUTH ISLAND | DYSTROPHIC LAKES | IRRADIATION | LAKES | LAKE COLERIDGE | LAKE BRUNNER | LAKE HOCHSTETTER | LADY LAKE | LAKE HAUPIRI | LAKE ROTOROA | LAKE ROTOITI (ROTORUA DISTRICT) | NZMS262 10 | NZMS262 11 | NZMS262 13
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The optical characteristics of natural waterbodies affect both their biology and quality of appearance. This report reviews the ways in which these characteristics can be parameterised and measured, and then examines the appropriate attenuation properties of seven contrasting South Island fresh waters
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11 refs; 8 figs; 9 tables Unpublished information on Ecology Division file 27/T/48. This report is provisional and should not be quoted without consulting the author or Director

The optical characteristics of natural waterbodies affect both their biology and quality of appearance. This report reviews the ways in which these characteristics can be parameterised and measured, and then examines the appropriate attenuation properties of seven contrasting South Island fresh waters

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