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Eutrophication of Fresh Waters: Principles, Problems and Restoration

Out of Print

By: D Harper

336 pages, Figures, tables

Chapman & Hall

Hardback | Dec 1991 | #13082 | ISBN: 0412329700
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This book explains the causes and effects of eutrophication and examines in detail the management options available for waterways and lakes. These methods include physical, chemical and biological techniques which are all assessed by an expert freshwater biologist with a wide experience of both teaching the subject and working for the water industry.

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