University of Missouri-Columbia. Limnology 101. Dan Obrecht MU Limnology firstname.lastname@example.org. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources.By Sophia
CHAPTERS 7 AND 10 Biomes And Terrestrial Biodiversity. BIOMES. Large terrestrial regions with similar characteristics- latitude is a key Climate is the most important factor in defining a biome Precipitation is the main limiting factor for vegetation found in a biomeBy boyce
Flamingos. By Krista and Hannah. They have bright pink feathers. They live near shallow lakes and lagoons. They eat delishous fish. They are born from an egg. Their predators are humans,eagles,and wild dogs. Fun facts .By derron
Primary Productivity. Jason Broshear Katherine Echement Zach Moning Leo Sack. Photosynthesis. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Carbon Cycle. Greenhouse Effect. Primary Productivity. Phytoplankton. Phytoplankton. Single-celled plants PhotosynthesisBy isanne
Outline. Loading –concentrations littoral-open water interactions cyanobacteria and nutrients , N:P nitrogen-macrophytes temperature cyanobacteria diffuse loading problem focus on Lake Taihu…. P lake = P in /(1+ tw), tw = y -1. After 10 years. Chen et al, 2003. P-lake/P-in*100.By saman
Impact of climate on shifts in stable states in shallow lakes. South American Lake Gradient Analysis. Sarian Kosten Wageningen University The Netherlands. Project outline. Research questions. Preliminary results. OutlineBy lula
Nutrient Criteria Development for Lakes: Minnesota’s Approach & Timeline. Steve Heiskary, Research Scientist III Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Environmental Analysis & Outcomes Div. MDNR Meeting April 2007. Background & Overview. 1. Present draft criteriaBy dara-mcfadden
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