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Long-Term Dynamics of Lakes in the Landscape Long-Term Ecological Research on North Temperate Lakes

By: John J Magnuson(Author), Timothy K Kratz(Author), Barbara J Benson(Author)
400 pages, 39 b/w photos, 116 b/w illustrations
Long-Term Dynamics of Lakes in the Landscape
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  • Long-Term Dynamics of Lakes in the Landscape ISBN: 9780195136906 Hardback Nov 2005 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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This site-synthesis volume presents 20 years of work at the North Temperate Lakes Long-Term Research Site. It provides the definitive information base for the ecology of temperate lakes, and a general assessment of the role of lakes within their landscapes. The Wisconsin temperate lakes LTER site has had a major role in the growth of our modern limnological understanding, and this book also chronicles the history of this work. The book should be of interest to most American limnologists and a significant number of general ecologists.

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By: John J Magnuson(Author), Timothy K Kratz(Author), Barbara J Benson(Author)
400 pages, 39 b/w photos, 116 b/w illustrations
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Entertaining, informative, well-structured, and well-illustrated book...--Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin
"I highly recommend this book to all those who are interested in long-term researches on lakes, and are confronted with lake-management issues..." --SIL News
"The book is not only an excellent summary of the innovative landscape-scale work done at North Temperate Lakes (NTL), one of the six original LTER sites, but it also provides an engaging history of the site's operations and evolving research goals. ... Exceptionally well written."--Ecology
"This book provides an excellent overview and introduction to the literature of this very successful research program. This book should be in all academic libraries in Wisconsin and other parts of the lake-rich northland, and will also be useful to aquatic ecologists worldwide."--Choice

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