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The macrophytic vegetation of a highly eutrophic lake of the swiss plateau lake baldegg

, : The macrophytic vegetation of a highly eutrophic lake of the swiss plateau lake baldegg. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fuer Hydrologie 47(1): 64-75

The study of the qualitative and quantitative distribution of the Baldeggersee macrophytic vegetation is undertaken in 1980 with the help of colour aerial photographies and verification on the field. The comparison with old data allows then a short survey of the macrophytic evolution in relation to the eutrophication.

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