A Classification of Lakes Bellaire, Clam, and Torch Using Algal Organisms as Indicators of the State of Eutrophication-- Also a Prediction of the Lakes Trophic State in the Year 1976
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A Classification of Lakes Bellaire, Clam, and Torch using Algal Organisms as indicators of the state of Eutrophication Also a Prediction of the Lakes Trophic State in the year 1976 EDITED.pdf
O'Rourke, Daniel C.
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SubjectPrediction of the Lakes Trophic State; Prediction of the Lakes Trophic State 1976; Algal Organisms as indicators of the state of Eutrophication; Lakes Trophic State; Eutrophication; Algal Organisms; Lakes Bellaire, Clam, and Torch; Lake Bellaire; Lake Clam; Lake Torch
The purpose of this report is to evaluate the present condition of lakes Bellaire, Clam and Torch using secured algal data (Figure 1) as a basis for judgement. A prediction of the water quality in the year 1971 will also here-in be contained.
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