Measured and modelled trends in European mountain lakes: results of fifteen years of cooperative studies

https://doi.org/10.4081/jlimnol.2004.55

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Papers included in this Special Issue of the Journal of Limnology present results of long-term ecological research on mountain lakes throughout Europe. Most of these studies were performed over the last 15 years in the framework of some EU-funded projects, namely AL:PE 1 and 2, MOLAR and EMERGE. These projects together considered a high number of remote lakes in different areas or lake districts in Europe. Central to the projects was the idea that mountain lakes, while subject to the same chemical and biological processes controlling lowland lakes, are more sensitive to any input from their surroundings and can be used as earlywarning indicators of atmospheric pollution and climate change. A first section of this special issue deal with the results of long-term monitoring programmes at selected key-sites. A second section focuse on site-specific and regional applications of an acidification model designed to reconstruct and predict long-term changes in the chemistry of mountain lakes.

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2004-02-01
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air pollution, acidification, climate change, lake districts, EU-projects
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MARCHETTO A, ROGORA M. Measured and modelled trends in European mountain lakes: results of fifteen years of cooperative studies. J Limnol [Internet]. 2004 Feb. 1 [cited 2021 Aug. 2];63(1):55-62. Available from: https://www.jlimnol.it/index.php/jlimnol/article/view/jlimnol.2004.55

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