Wetland Ecology and Management: Case Studies by Charles T. Roman, Ralph E. Good (auth.), D. F. Whigham, R.

By Charles T. Roman, Ralph E. Good (auth.), D. F. Whigham, R. E. Good, J. Kvet (eds.)

This booklet includes papers at the themes of introduced jointly wetland SCientists from all wetland ecology and administration, so much of continents and supplied a chance to switch priceless info on various that have been awarded on the 2d foreign Wetlands convention in Trebon, Czechoslovakia features at the ecology and administration of wetlands. (13-22 June 1984). The convention, hosted by means of the Hydrobotany division of the Institute of Botany, was once prepared by means of the Czechoslovak This quantity comprises papers that characterize features of wetland administration. Like such a lot Academy of Sciences and the overseas ecological subject matters, the papers basically Wetlands operating team of the overseas organization of Ecology (INTECOL) with reveal that the technological know-how of wetland administration isn't calmly built round the cooperation from the SCOPE (SCientific Committee on difficulties of our environment) global. In a few components, wetlands haven't even operating workforce on atmosphere Dynamics in been safely defined and there's little Freshwater Wetlands and Shallow Water our bodies, information regarding the affects that guy is UNESCO guy and the Biosphere (MAB) having on them. In different parts, info on application, foreign Society for Ecological wetland ecology and administration has built Modelling, and the foreign Society for to the purpose the place laws and legislation offer Limnology (SIL). Partial sponsorship for the a few defense opposed to improvement. it really is our convention and those lawsuits was once supplied desire this number of papers will reveal via UNESCO (Contract SCjRPj204. 079.

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Shoots at the three study sites. Values are means (± 1 standard error) which were calculated as follows: ((%N in fertilized plots - %N in unfertilized plots) / %N in unfertilized plots) X 100. Site designations are as in Fig. 1. 35 S patens O. spicota 100 S. patens O. e 0 ~ 60 40 LLJ en 40

See Fig. 1). In view of the method used for calculating the optimum harvest fraction. it is obvious that the degree of accuracy of the estimate of the optimum harvest fraction should increase with the similarity of environmental conditions during the two successive intervals involved. 1 g m- 2 • respectively. because the weather was fairly stable during the experiment. The results presented should be regarded as a first approximation to the optimum harvesting under field conditions. The method can be improved in many ways.

1979. Function of duckweed in fishpond ecosystems. D. Dissertation, Institute of Botany. Czechoslovak Academy of Science, Praha , Czechoslovakia. 166p. (In Czech). Rejmankova, E. 1982. The role of duckweeds (Lemnaceael in small wetland water bodies of Czechoslovakia. pp. 397-403. , Wetzel. RG. and Wigham, D. F. eds. Wetlands: Ecology and Management. Proceedings of the First International Wetland Conference. International Scientific Publishers, Jaipur, India. I. 1980. A computational model for growth and harvesting of the marine alga Ascophyllum nodosum.

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