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The Control of eutrophication of lakes and…

The Control of eutrophication of lakes and reservoirs

by Sven-Olof Ryding

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The "Man and the Biosphere series" provides data on the interaction between man and the environment. The series represents some of the central findings to emerge from the 15 year "Man and the Biosphere" research programme initiated by UNESCO and supported by scientists from over 100 nations. The books in this series all focus on environmental issues of immediate international concern - and they demonstrate the way in which many environmental factors have important implications both for economics and for sociology. This volume summarizes research in many different countries on the practical control of eutrophication. It has been written by experts from all over the world, but it is intended for those who have to manage lakes and reservoirs, and for the interested non-scientist who would like to understand the phenomenon of eutrophication.

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