Limnological criteria for management of water quality in the southern hemisphere / R.C. Hart and B.R. Allanson, editors ; a report of an international workshop convened by the Committee for Inland Water Ecosystems, Wilderness, South Africa, 1984.
Contributor(s): Hart, R. C | Allanson, Brian R | National Programme for Environmental Sciences (South Africa). Committee for Inland Water Ecosystems.Material type: BookSeries: South African national scientific programmes report: 93.Publisher: Pretoria : Foundation for Research Development, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 1984Description: vii, 181 pages : maps ; 29 cm.ISBN: 0798832525; 9780798832526.Subject(s): WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT | CONFERENCES | LAKE ECOLOGY | LIMNOLOGY | SOUTHERN HEMISPHEREHoldings: GRETA POINT: 556.55(215-13) LIM
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Includes bibliographical references.
Chapter 1. Catchment management -- Chapter 2. Stream regulation -- Chapter 3. Pollutants -- Chapter 4. Salinization -- Chapter 5. Turbidity and suspensoids -- Chapter 6. Eutrophication -- Chapter 7. Fisheries -- Glossary -- List of participants -- Titles in series.
This report presents the proceedings of an international workshop on the management of Southern Hemisphere inland waters held in Wilderness, South Africa, in July 1984. It includes an introduction and seven chapters dealing sequentially with catchment management, stream regulation, pollution, salinization, turbidity and suspensoids, eutrophication, and fisheries. Given that limonology is concerned with understanding that diverse array of intrinsic and extrinsic factors which together govern the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of lakes, reservoirs and rivers, each chapter attempts to assess the specific or general role it makes to the holistic management of water quality in the Southern Hemisphere in general (excluding Antarctica and the sub-Antarctic islands) and the more arid latitudes in particular.
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