Anthropogenic Impacts on Lake and Stream Ecosystems, and Approaches to Restoration

Authors:
S√łndergaard, M. and E. Jeppsesn

Publication Date:
2007

Abstract/Summary:
Development of new methods, as well as derivation of more general conclusions from reviewing the effects of previous restoration efforts, are crucial to achieve progress in applied freshwater research. The papers contained in this Special Profile contribute on both counts, as well as illustrating the importance of well-designed research projects and monitoring programmes to record the effects of the interventions. Such efforts are vital if we are to improve our knowledge of freshwater systems and to elaborate the best and most cost- effective recommendations. They may also help in achieving a good ecological state or potential in water bodies by 2015, as demanded by the European WFD.

Resource Type:
Peer-reviewed Article

Source:
Journal of Applied Ecology

Link:
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