It has been more than ten years since the last edition of the bestselling Restoration and Management of Lakes and Reservoirs. In that time, lake and reservoir management and restoration technologies have evolved and an enhanced version of this standard resource is long overdue. Completely revised and updated, the third edition continues the tradition of providing comprehensive coverage of the chemical, physical, and biological processes of eutrophication and its control. The authors describe the eutrophication process, outline methods for developing a pre-management and restoration diagnosis-feasibility study, and provide detailed descriptions of scientifically sound management and restoration methods.
OVERVIEWIntroductionBasic LimnologyLake and Reservoir Diagnosis and EvaluationALGAL BIOMASS CONTROL TECHNIQUES DIRECTED TOWARD CONTROL OF PLANKTON ALGAELake and Reservoir Response to Diversion and Advanced Wastewater TreatmentLake And Reservoir Protection From Non-Point PollutionDilution and FlushingHypolimnetic WithdrawalPhosphorus Inactivation and Sediment OxidationBiomanipulationCopper SulfateMACROPHYTE BIOMASS CONTROLMacrophyte Ecology and Lake ManagementPlant Community RestorationWater Level DrawdownPreventive, Manual, and Mechanical MethodsSediment Covers and Surface Shading for Macrophyte ControlChemical ControlsPhytophagous Insects, Fish, and Other Biological ControlsMULTIPLE BENEFIT TREATMENTSHypolimnetic Aeration and OxygenationArtificial CirculationSediment Removal