Edited By: B Kronvang, J Faganeli and N Ogrinc
This book focuses on sediments as a pollutant in natural freshwater and marine habitats, and as a vector for the transfer of chemicals such as nutrients and contaminants. Sediment-water research is carried out all over the world within a variety of disciplines. The selected papers cover three main topics:
-assessment and/or restoration of disturbed watersheds
-sediment-water linkages in terrestrial and aquatic environments
-evaluation of sediment and ecological changes in marine and freshwater habitats.
Innovative research in both developed and less developed countries is included and both fundamental research and insight into applied research and system management are covered.
This book will be of interest to graduate students, researchers, catchment managers and government regulators working within many areas of education, protection and management of the environment, including sediment geochemistry and dynamics, aquatic habitats, water quality, aquatic ecology, river morphology, restoration techniques and catchment management.
From the contentsIntroduction.- Section 1: Sediment and Water Interactions in Streams: Phosphorus storage in fine channel bed sediments.- Section 2: Sediment and Water Interactions in Lakes: An overview of sediment organic matter records of human eutrophication in the Laurentian Great Lakes region.- Section 3: Sediment and Water Interactions in Coastal Waters and Estuaries: Microbially mediated redox cycling at the oxic-anoxic boundary in sediments: Comparisons of animal and plants habitats.- Section 4: Linking Catchments and Streams: Quantifying fine-sediment sources in primary and selectively logged rainforest catchments using geochemical tracers.
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