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The macrophytes of lake biel switzerland


, : The macrophytes of lake biel switzerland. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fuer Hydrologie 41(2): 356-373

The study of the qualitative and quantitative distribution of macrophytic vegetation of Lake Biel is realized with color aerial photographs and verifications on the field. This distribution is discussed in relation to the trophic level of the lake and compared with that of the Geneva and Morat lakes.

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