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- Kohzu, Ayato, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- The Science of the total environment 2016 v.563-564 pp. 413-423
- bacteria; eutrophication; inorganic phosphorus; lakes; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; orthophosphates; particulate organic carbon; phosphorus; phytoplankton; sediments; shear stress; stable isotopes; turbidity; wind speed
- ... We tested the hypothesis that in shallow, eutrophic Lake Kasumigaura, the concentration of particulate phosphorus (PP) is controlled by biogenic P (P in living or dead phytoplankton and bacterial cells), rather than by resuspension of inorganic P in sediment. Increases in wind velocity and turbidity were associated with bottom shear stress exceeding the critical value for the lake (τc=0.15Nm−2); t ...