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Title Lake Kinneret : ecology and management / Tamar Zohary, Assaf Sukenik, Tom Berman, Ami Nishri, editors.
Imprint Dordrecht : Springer, [2014]
2014

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Series Aquatic ecology series ; volume 6
Aquatic ecology series ; volume 6.
Subject Lake ecology -- Israel -- Tiberias, Lake.
Tiberias, Lake (Israel)
Alt Name Zohary, T. (Tamar),
Sukenik, Assaf,
Berman, T. (Tom),
Nishri, Ami,
Description 1 online resource : illustratons.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part I The Geographical and Geological Setting -- Part II The Physical and chemical Setting -- Part III Pelagic Communities -- Part IV Nutrient Sources and Biogeochemical Processes -- Part V The Littoral -- Part VI Integrated Lake-Watershed Management -- Part VII Synopsis.
Summary This condensed volume summarizes updated knowledge on the warm-monomictic subtropical Lake Kinneret, including its geophysical setting, the dynamics of physical, chemical and biological processes and the major natural and anthropogenic factors that affect this unique aquatic ecosystem. This work expands on a previous monograph on Lake Kinneret published in 1978 and capitalizes on the outcome of more than 40 years of research and monitoring activities. These were intensively integrated with lake management aimed at sustainable use for supply of drinking water, tourism, recreation and fishery. The book chapters are aimed at the limnological community, aquatic ecologists, managers of aquatic ecosystems and other professionals. It presents the geographic and geological setting, the meteorology and hydrology of the region, continues with various aspects of the pelagic and the littoral systems. Finally, the last section of the book addresses lake management, demonstrating how the accumulated knowledge was applied in order to manage this important source of freshwater. The section on the pelagic system comprises the heart of the book, addressing the major physical processes, external and internal loading, the pelagic communities (from bacteria to fish), physiological processes and the major biogeochemical cycles in the lake.
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Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789401789448 (electronic bk.)
9401789444 (electronic bk.)
9789401789431
9401789436
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-94-017-8944-8
OCLC # 892970950
Additional Format Print version: Lake kinneret 9401789436 (OCoLC)872618824