Internal phosphorus loading in lakes : causes, case studies, and management / edited by Alan D. Steinman and Bryan M. Spears.

Contributor(s): Steinman, Alan D [editor.] | Spears, Bryan M [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Plantation, FL : J. Ross Publishing, [2020]Description: xxvi, 466 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour), maps, portraits ; 26 cm.ISBN: 1604271442; 9781604271447.Subject(s): EUTROPHICATION | CASE STUDIES | EUTROPHIC LAKES | WATER | PHOSPHORUS | ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS | LAKE ECOLOGYHoldings: GRETA POINT: 574.5(285) INT
Contents:
Foreword -- List of contributing authors -- Acknowledgments -- About the authors -- SECTION I: INTRODUCTION TO AND OVERVIEW OF INTERNAL PHOSPHORUS LOADING -- Chapter 1: What is internal phosphorus loading and why does it occur? / Alan D. Steinman and Bryan M. Spears -- Chapter 2: Methods for measuring internal loading / Michael Hupfer, Kasper Reitzel, and Björn Grüneberg -- Chapter 3: Internal phosphorus loading models: a critical review / Gertrud Nürnberg -- Chapter 4: Understanding the drivers of internal phosphorus loading in lakes / Martin Søndergaard and Erik Jeppesen -- Chapter 5: Methods for the management of internal phosphorus loading in lakes / Miquel Lürling, Alfons J.P. Smolders, and Grant Douglas -- SECTION II: CASE STUDIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD -- Chapter 6: Observed and modeled internal phosphorus loads in stratified and polymictic basins of a mesotrophic lake in Canada / Gertrud Nürnberg -- Chapter 7: Internal phosphorus loads in subtropical shallow lakes: two Florida lakes as case examples / K. Ramesh Reddy, Todd Z. Osborne, Dean R. Dobberfuhl, and Laura K. Reynolds -- Chapter 8: Alum treatment did not improve water quality in hypereutrophic Grand Lake St. Mary's, Ohio / Geraldine Nogaro, Amy J. Burgin, Astrea Taylor, Chad R. Hammerschmidt -- Chapter 9: Internal pools and fluxes of phosphorus in dimictic Lake Arendsee, northeastern Germany / Michael Hupfer, Andreas Kleeberg, and Jörg Lewandowski -- Chapter 10: Studies of legacy internal phosphorus load in Lake Peipsi (Estonia/Russia) / Olga Tammeorg, Jukka Horppila, Tõnu Möls, Marina Haldna, Reet Laugaste, and Juha Niemistö -- Chapter 11: Phosphorus dynamics and its relationship with cyanobacterial blooms in Lake Taihu, China / Liqiang Xie, Xiaomei Su, and Hai Xu -- Chapter 12: Loch Leven, UK: long-term (1985 to 2016) phosphorus dynamics in a shallow lake and its implications for water-quality management / Bryan M. Spears, Stephen C. Ives, and Linda May -- Chapter 13: Barton Broad, UK: over 40 years of phosphorus dynamics in a shallow lake subject to catchment load reduction and sediment removal / Geoff Phillips, Andrea Kelly, Jo-Anne Pitt, and Bryan M. Spears -- Chapter 14: Internal phosphorus loading in Esthwaite Water, United Kingdom: considering the role of weather and climate / Eleanor B. Mackay and Ian D. Jones -- Chapter 15: Lake Søbygaard, Denmark: phosphorus dynamics during the first 35 years after an external loading reduction / Martin Søndergaard and Erik Jeppesen -- Chapter 16: Accumulation of legacy sediment phosphorus in Lake Hjälmaren, Sweden: consequences for lake restoration / Brian J. Huser, Mikael Malmaeus, Ernst Witter, Anders Wilander, and Emil Rydin -- Chapter 17: Limited role of internal loading in a formerly hypertrophic shallow lake in the Netherlands / Ruurd Noordhuis, Gerlinde Roskam, and Leonard Osté -- Chapter 18: A review of internal phosphorus loading evidence in Säkylän Pyhäjärvi, Finland / Anne-Mari Ventelä, Petri Ekholm, Teija Kirkkala, Jouni Lehtoranta, Gertrud Nürnberg, Marjo Tarvainen, and Jouko Sarvala -- Chapter 19: Internal loading of phosphorus to Lake Erie: significance, measurement methods, and available data / Eliza M. Kaltenberg and Gerald Matisoff -- Chapter 20: Internal phosphorus loading in subtropical Lake Kinneret, Israel, under extreme water level fluctuation / Werner Eckert, Yaron Beeri-Shlevin, and Aminadav Nishri -- Chapter 21: External and internal phosphorus loads to a coastal urban lagoon, Jacarepaguá Lagoon, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil / Marcelo Manzi Marinho, Natália Pessoa Noyma, Leonardo de Magalhães, Jônatas de Souza Mercedes, Vera Huszar, and Miquel Lürling -- Chapter 22: Inputs, outputs, and internal cycling of phosphorus in tropical Lake Malawi, Africa / Harvey A. Bootsma and Robert E. Hecky -- SECTION III: INTEGRATION AND SYNTHESIS -- Chapter 23: Factors influencing internal phosphorus loading: a meta-analysis / Emily Kindervater, Nicole Hahn, and Alan D. Steinman -- Chapter 24: Synthesis, implications, and recommendations / Bryan M. Spears and Alan D. Steinman -- Index.
Summary: "With contributions from leading experts, this edited volume provides a broad view of internal phosphorus loading, methods for measurement, management practices for water quality improvement, case studies from around the world, and recommendations for addressing this growing concern. It is essential reading for environmental and engineering professionals involved in lake and reservoir management, students and faculty in limnology, state and federal authorities involved in water quality regulation, and lakefront homeowners and management boards interested in maintaining lake water quality and managing algal blooms"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Foreword -- List of contributing authors -- Acknowledgments -- About the authors -- SECTION I: INTRODUCTION TO AND OVERVIEW OF INTERNAL PHOSPHORUS LOADING -- Chapter 1: What is internal phosphorus loading and why does it occur? / Alan D. Steinman and Bryan M. Spears -- Chapter 2: Methods for measuring internal loading / Michael Hupfer, Kasper Reitzel, and Björn Grüneberg -- Chapter 3: Internal phosphorus loading models: a critical review / Gertrud Nürnberg -- Chapter 4: Understanding the drivers of internal phosphorus loading in lakes / Martin Søndergaard and Erik Jeppesen -- Chapter 5: Methods for the management of internal phosphorus loading in lakes / Miquel Lürling, Alfons J.P. Smolders, and Grant Douglas -- SECTION II: CASE STUDIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD -- Chapter 6: Observed and modeled internal phosphorus loads in stratified and polymictic basins of a mesotrophic lake in Canada / Gertrud Nürnberg -- Chapter 7: Internal phosphorus loads in subtropical shallow lakes: two Florida lakes as case examples / K. Ramesh Reddy, Todd Z. Osborne, Dean R. Dobberfuhl, and Laura K. Reynolds -- Chapter 8: Alum treatment did not improve water quality in hypereutrophic Grand Lake St. Mary's, Ohio / Geraldine Nogaro, Amy J. Burgin, Astrea Taylor, Chad R. Hammerschmidt -- Chapter 9: Internal pools and fluxes of phosphorus in dimictic Lake Arendsee, northeastern Germany / Michael Hupfer, Andreas Kleeberg, and Jörg Lewandowski -- Chapter 10: Studies of legacy internal phosphorus load in Lake Peipsi (Estonia/Russia) / Olga Tammeorg, Jukka Horppila, Tõnu Möls, Marina Haldna, Reet Laugaste, and Juha Niemistö -- Chapter 11: Phosphorus dynamics and its relationship with cyanobacterial blooms in Lake Taihu, China / Liqiang Xie, Xiaomei Su, and Hai Xu -- Chapter 12: Loch Leven, UK: long-term (1985 to 2016) phosphorus dynamics in a shallow lake and its implications for water-quality management / Bryan M. Spears, Stephen C. Ives, and Linda May -- Chapter 13: Barton Broad, UK: over 40 years of phosphorus dynamics in a shallow lake subject to catchment load reduction and sediment removal / Geoff Phillips, Andrea Kelly, Jo-Anne Pitt, and Bryan M. Spears -- Chapter 14: Internal phosphorus loading in Esthwaite Water, United Kingdom: considering the role of weather and climate / Eleanor B. Mackay and Ian D. Jones -- Chapter 15: Lake Søbygaard, Denmark: phosphorus dynamics during the first 35 years after an external loading reduction / Martin Søndergaard and Erik Jeppesen -- Chapter 16: Accumulation of legacy sediment phosphorus in Lake Hjälmaren, Sweden: consequences for lake restoration / Brian J. Huser, Mikael Malmaeus, Ernst Witter, Anders Wilander, and Emil Rydin -- Chapter 17: Limited role of internal loading in a formerly hypertrophic shallow lake in the Netherlands / Ruurd Noordhuis, Gerlinde Roskam, and Leonard Osté -- Chapter 18: A review of internal phosphorus loading evidence in Säkylän Pyhäjärvi, Finland / Anne-Mari Ventelä, Petri Ekholm, Teija Kirkkala, Jouni Lehtoranta, Gertrud Nürnberg, Marjo Tarvainen, and Jouko Sarvala -- Chapter 19: Internal loading of phosphorus to Lake Erie: significance, measurement methods, and available data / Eliza M. Kaltenberg and Gerald Matisoff -- Chapter 20: Internal phosphorus loading in subtropical Lake Kinneret, Israel, under extreme water level fluctuation / Werner Eckert, Yaron Beeri-Shlevin, and Aminadav Nishri -- Chapter 21: External and internal phosphorus loads to a coastal urban lagoon, Jacarepaguá Lagoon, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil / Marcelo Manzi Marinho, Natália Pessoa Noyma, Leonardo de Magalhães, Jônatas de Souza Mercedes, Vera Huszar, and Miquel Lürling -- Chapter 22: Inputs, outputs, and internal cycling of phosphorus in tropical Lake Malawi, Africa / Harvey A. Bootsma and Robert E. Hecky -- SECTION III: INTEGRATION AND SYNTHESIS -- Chapter 23: Factors influencing internal phosphorus loading: a meta-analysis / Emily Kindervater, Nicole Hahn, and Alan D. Steinman -- Chapter 24: Synthesis, implications, and recommendations / Bryan M. Spears and Alan D. Steinman -- Index.

"With contributions from leading experts, this edited volume provides a broad view of internal phosphorus loading, methods for measurement, management practices for water quality improvement, case studies from around the world, and recommendations for addressing this growing concern. It is essential reading for environmental and engineering professionals involved in lake and reservoir management, students and faculty in limnology, state and federal authorities involved in water quality regulation, and lakefront homeowners and management boards interested in maintaining lake water quality and managing algal blooms"-- Provided by publisher.

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