The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment

local and gobal changes over the last 50 years
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Springer , Dordrecht, New York
Lake ecology, Brown trout, Phoxinus pho
Other titlesHydrobiologia.
StatementJohn E. Brittain, Reidar Borgstrøm, editors
SeriesDevelopments in hydrobiology -- 211, Developments in hydrobiology -- 211.
ContributionsBorgström, Reidar
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQH168 .S77 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination126 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25313800M
ISBN 109048193877
ISBN 139789048193875
LC Control Number2010926968
OCLC/WorldCa664124765

This book summarizes research from the intensive study of a pristine subalpine lake ecosystem and its catchment over the last 50 years.

A wide range of topics is presented, including several unique time series focusing on changes in ice cover, water temperature, zooplankton, benthos and fish. The lake ecosystem of Ovre Heimdalsvatn Petter Larsson, John E.

Brittain, Leif Lien, Albert Lillehammer, The Norwegian subalpine lake, Ovre Heimdalsvatn, has a surface area of km2 and a maximum depth of 13 Øvre Heimdalsvatn. It is ice-covered for months, has a marked The catchment area of Ovre Heimdalsvatn is The subalpine lake, Øvre Heimdalsvatn and its catchment, situated in the mountains of southern Norway, has been the subject of extensive ecosystem studies over the last 50 years covering a and its catchment book range of disciplines.

The lake is located at 1, m a.s.l., has an area of km 2, a maximum depth of 13 m, and a catchment area of km 2. It lies more or less on the limit of the birch forest, while the Cited by: 8. The subalpine lake, Øvre Heimdalsvatn and its catchment, situated in the mountains of southern Norway, has been the subject of extensive ecosystem studies over Øvre Heimdalsvatn last 50years covering a wide.

The subalpine lake, Øvre Heimdalsvatn and its catchment, situated in the mountains of southern Norway, has been the subject of extensive ecosystem studies over the last 50 years covering a wide range of disciplines. The lake is located at 1, m a.s.l., has an area of km2, a maximum depth of 13 m, and a catchment area of by: 8.

The lake has a maximum length of m, a max-imum breadth of m and a maximum depth of 13 m. The surface area is km2 and its altitude is m a.s.l. The catchment area covers km2 excluding lake surface (Fig.

The highest point in the catchment is Heimdalsho, m a.s.l., due north of the lake. The. Klappentext zu „The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years “ environmental variables are estimated and then applied to fossil assemblages under the assumption Plant and animal remains are often found well that the biota is in equilibrium with concurring preserved and in large quantities as fossils in lake environmental conditions.

The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years This book summarizes research from the intensive study of a pristine subalpine lake ecosystem and its catchment over the last 50 years.

The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years The brown trout (Salmo trutta) in the lake, Øvre Heimdalsvatn: long-term changes in population dynamics due to exploitation and the invasive species, European minnow (Phoxinus phoxinus).

The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years The development of new algorithms for remote sensing of snow conditions based on data from the catchment of Øvre Heimdalsvatn and the vicinity.

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Part of the Developments in Hydrobiology book series (DIHY, volume ) Guest editors: J. Brittain & R. Borgstrøm / The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years.

The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years Series: Developments in Hydrobiology, Vol. Brittain, John E., Borgstrøm, Reidar (Eds.) Petter Larsson, Heidi Hansen, Linda Kristin Bjørnstad Helland, Between-year variations in the development of crustacean zooplankton in the Norwegian subalpine lake, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years, /, (), ().

The subalpine lake, Øvre Heimdalsvatn and its catchment, situated in the mountains of southern Norway, has been the subject of extensive ecosystem studies over the last 50 years covering a wide range of disciplines.

The lake is located at 1, m a.s.l., has an area of km2, a maximum depth of 13 m, and a catchment area of km2. John E. Brittain, Jan Egil Gjerseth, Long-term trends and variation in Cs activity concentrations in brown trout (Salmo trutta) from Øvre Heimdalsvatn, a Norwegian subalpine lake, The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years, /, (), ().

Ånund Sigurd Kvambekk, Kjetil Melvold, Long-term trends in water temperature and ice cover in the subalpine lake, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and nearby lakes and rivers, The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years, /, (), ().

Frode Næstad, John E. Brittain, Long-term changes in the littoral benthos of a Norwegian subalpine lake following the introduction of the European minnow (Phoxinus phoxinus), The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years, /, (), ().

The subalpine lake, (Dvre Heimdalsvatn, studied extensively over the last 30 years (Vik, ), is situated in this area and thus provided a unique opportunity to follow the pattern and concentrations of radiocesium and other radioactive isotopes within the lake and its catchment.

Reidar Borgstrøm, Jon Museth, John E. Brittain, The brown trout (Salmo trutta) in the lake, Øvre Heimdalsvatn: long-term changes in population dynamics due to exploitation and the invasive species, European minnow (Phoxinus phoxinus), The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last.

Measurements of export from the catchment and retention in the lake show that the total radiocaesium activity in the sediments may remain unchanged or even increase during the years to come. 2 D. Hongve et al. INTRODUCTION The subalpine lake, 0vre Heimdalsvatn, is situated in the central part of South Norway ('N, 82'E), in an area which.

Brittain, John Edward & Borgstrøm, Reidar (). The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Helmdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years - Preface. Hydrobiologia.

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ISSN (1), s 1- 4. doi: /s Studies of the brown trout (Salmo trutta) population in the Norwegian subalpine lake, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, over a year period have revealed major changes in population dynamics.

Ånund Sigurd Kvambekk, Kjetil Melvold, Long-term trends in water temperature and ice cover in the subalpine lake, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and nearby lakes and rivers, The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years, /, (), ().

Reference sites in relatively pristine areas are lake ecosystem as a result of both the introduction of an alien species and the effects of long range Guest editors: J.

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Brittain, J.E. The radioecology of a Norwegian subalpine lake and its catchment. Report IAAS-seminar on Radioactive Fallout and Energy Alternatives, August Brittain, J.E. The radioecology of the Norwegian subalpine lake, Øvre Heimdalsvatn - empirical.

The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years This book summarizes research from the intensive study of a pristine subalpine lake ecosystem and its catchment over the last 50 years.

Gaute Velle, Anne E. Bjune, Jorunn Larsen, H. John B. Birks, Holocene climate and environmental history of Brurskardstjørni, a lake in the catchment of Øvre Heimdalsvatn, south-central Norway, The subalpine lake ecosystem, Øvre Heimdalsvatn, and its catchment: local and global changes over the last 50 years, /, ( A maze of evergreen trees covers the mountainsides in subalpine areas.

Hidden among the trees are crystal clear lakes and fields of wildflowers that may surprise you. The subalpine ecosystem occupies elevations just below tree-line between 9, feet. This book examines 40 years of data from Loch Leven, a shallow lake in the lowlands of Scotland, UK, to gain a better understanding of the links between pollution, climate change and.

The Holocene lake history, vegetation history and climate history of Brurskardstjørni, an alpine lake in the Jotunheimen Mountains of south-central Norway, are reconstructed.

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