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NEWSLETTER
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NUMBER TWENTY NINE

OCTOBER 1998

Shallow lakes, biomanipulation and eutrophication
Prof Brian Moss
School of Biological Sciences
Liverpool University, UK


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What do we mean by shallow lakes and why are the important?
Chapter 1

The role of nutrients
Chapter 8

Shallow lakes and deep lakes
Chapter 2

Extreme situations give insights
Box 3

How the systems of shallow lakes function?
Chapter 3

Forward stitches
Chapter 9

The alternative states model
Chapter 4

Putting theory into practice, the Llandrindod Wells lake
Box 4

General evidence for the alternative states model
Chapter 5

Reverse switches (biomanipulation) and restoration
Chapter 10

The birth of the refuge conception
Box 1

Restoration strategy
Chapter 11

The buffers of the plant dominated state
Chapter 6

Options for the control of nutrient loads
Box 5

Experiments illuminate observations
Box 2

Glossary

The buffers of the algal-dominated state
Chapter 7

References
Acknowledgements

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