By Robert E. Ulanowicz (auth.), Hans Kautsky, Pauli Snoeijs (eds.)
The current textual content compiles the most recent learn in the box of biology played within the Baltic Sea region. the subjects span from theoretical and philosophical elements of the surroundings notion over inhabitants and autecological stories to unique descriptions of plant and animal body structure. effects from microcosm and mesocosm experiments in addition to direct observations in box jointly carry perception of the distinctive constitution and serve as of the Baltic Sea atmosphere. How the spawning luck of cod and spat are based of one another and environmental components, the impression of alien species to the composition of plankton or benthic groups, the turn of phytobenthic to planktonic groups in lagoons and mechanisms triggering the switch, natural descriptions of e.g. the Estonian coast and shallow off shore parts in addition to techniques for the reproductive good fortune of Fucus vesiculosus, and the impact of eutrophication of the various Baltic Sea components and the destiny of toxins as radionucleids and PAH and so forth. and different subject matters are all mentioned within the 24 unique papers of this volume.
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1), where the light attenuation caused by humic substances between 350–450 nm was severe. In these turbid waters UV-A and blue light was absorbed within few decimetres, and light available for photosynthesis was restricted to the 500–700 nm range. Turbidity was obviously correlated with the dilution of cDOM containing freshwater from the Hellbach (Fig. 2A). A comparison with unpublished data of winter light attenuation measurements in the Greifswald Bodden and the Darß-Zingst-Bodden-Chain (BMBF-project UV-MAOR, 1998) showed that measurements in these three Bodden-systems were consistent.
15: 1–5. Hutchinson, G. , 1975. A Treatise on Limnology. Wiley, New York. , R. Koschel, L. Krienitz, R. W. Bachmann, J. R. Jones, R. H. Peters & D. M. Soballe, 1995. The restoration of a hypertrophic stratiﬁed hardwater lake by combination of load reduction and biomanipulation. Lake Reservoir Management 11: 155. , 1991. In situ experiments on interrelationships between six brackish macrophyte species. Aquat. Bot. 39: 159–172. , H. Kautsky, U. Kautsky & M. Waern, 1986. ) since the 1940s indicates eutrophication of the Baltic Sea.
Aktuelle Probleme der Meeresumwelt Supplement 7: 173–182. Yousef, M. A. , 1999. Ökophysiologie von Makrophyten und Epiphyten in Flachwasserökosystemen. Thesis Universität Rostock, 94 pp. Hydrobiologia 514: 41–53, 2004. H. Kautsky & P. Snoeijs (eds), Biology of the Baltic Sea. © 2004 Kluwer Academic Publishers. 41 Active carbon uptake in Laminaria digitata and L.