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Management and ecology of freshwater plants. Proceedings of the 9th international symposium on aquatic weeds, European Weed Research Society, Dublin, Irish Republic, 1994

, : Management and ecology of freshwater plants. Proceedings of the 9th international symposium on aquatic weeds, European Weed Research Society, Dublin, Irish Republic, 1994. Hydrobiologia 340(1/3): xvi + 354 pp.

A total of 57 papers are presented, including a preface outlining changes in the content of this symposium over the years, 8 on the ecology of freshwater plants, 7 on plant-environment interactions in freshwater systems, 8 on the distribution of freshwater plants and aquatic weed problems, 7 on strategic and regional studies of the control of freshwater and riparian vegetation, 12 on chemical and physical approaches, 4 on biological and biomanipulative approaches, 3 on the control of algae and 7 on the utilization of freshwater and riparian vegetation.

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