Agricultural Chemicals and the Environment by Hester R.E., Harrison R.M. (eds.)

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I. Heaney, C. A. Mills, C. S. Reynolds and J. F. Talling, A General Assessment of Environmental and Biological Features of Windermere and their Susceptibility to Change, Freshwater Biological Association, Ambleside, 1985. C. S. , 1979, 5, 93. R. Gachier and D. J. Furrer, Schweizer. Z. , 1972, 34, 41. W. P. D. Stewart, E. May and S. B. Tuckwell, Tech. , MAFF, 1973, 32, 276. R. P. Troake, L. E. Troake and D. E. Walling, Tech. , MAFF, 1973, 32, 340. Eutrophication of Natural Waters and Toxic Algal Blooms however, is the fact that almost all of the increase arrived in solution, meaning that the readily available nutrient fraction increased over the same period by almost 14-fold.

I. Heaney, C. A. Mills, C. S. Reynolds and J. F. Talling, A General Assessment of Environmental and Biological Features of Windermere and their Susceptibility to Change, Freshwater Biological Association, Ambleside, 1985. C. S. , 1979, 5, 93. R. Gachier and D. J. Furrer, Schweizer. Z. , 1972, 34, 41. W. P. D. Stewart, E. May and S. B. Tuckwell, Tech. , MAFF, 1973, 32, 276. R. P. Troake, L. E. Troake and D. E. Walling, Tech. , MAFF, 1973, 32, 340. Eutrophication of Natural Waters and Toxic Algal Blooms however, is the fact that almost all of the increase arrived in solution, meaning that the readily available nutrient fraction increased over the same period by almost 14-fold.

41.  C. S. Reynolds, S. W. Wiseman, and M. J. O. Clarke, J. Appl. Ecology, 1984, 21, 11.  A. W. Fast, in Destratification of Lakes and Reservoirs to Improve Water Quality, ed. F. L. Burns and I. J. Powling, Australian Water Resources Council, Canberra, 1981, p. 515. 38 Eutrophication of Natural Waters and Toxic Algal Blooms There is some controversy about the use of this technique in terms of its efficacy and, although it may be attractive in terms of costs, there are few lakes in the UK which are deep enough to warrant its use.

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