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  1. A Short History of Freshwater Science (aka, Limnology)

  2. Early Limnology: Lake Morphology

  3. Early Limnology: Temperature Profiles

  4. Early Limnology: Crazy Microorganisms

  5. Early Limnology: Nuisance Algal Blooms

  6. Advances in the last 200 years Freshwater Systems as MICROCOSMS Freshwater Systems as INTEGRATORS OR

  7. Stephen Forbes (1844-1930) Forbes SA. 1887. The lake as a microcosm. Bull of the Peoria Scientific Association, Reprinted Bulletin of the Illinois State Natural History Survey 15: 537-550.

  8. Raymond L. Lindeman (1915-1942) Cedar Bog Lake, MN

  9. Lindemann RL. 1942. The trophic-dynamic aspects of ecology. Ecology 23: 399-418.

  10. Margaret B. Davis Rogers Lake, CT

  11. Davis MB. 1969. Climate changes in southern Connecticut recorded by pollen deposition at Rogers Lake. Ecology 50: 409-663.

  12. Davis MB. 1969. Climate changes in southern Connecticut recorded by pollen deposition at Rogers Lake. Ecology 50: 409-663. Age (yrs  1000) Depth (m)

  13. Streams and Rivers as Nature’s Plumbing

  14. Gene E. Likens and Herb Bormann

  15. The Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, NH 1 km

  16. The Small Watershed Concept

  17. Sample input… …and output

  18. Whole-Watershed Manipulations

  19. Effect of Forest Removal on Stream Temperature

  20. Effect of Forest Removal on Nutrient Export

  21. Advances in the last 150 years Freshwater Systems as MICROCOSMS Freshwater Systems as INTEGRATORS AND