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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005General Description of Partly Meromictic Hypertrophic Lake Verevi, its Ecological Status, Changes during the Past Eight Decades, and Restoration ProblemsOTT Ingmar; KÕIV Toomas; NOGES PEETER; KISAND Anu; JÄRVALT Ain; KIRT EnnoArticles in Journals
2005Long-term Changes and Seasonal Development of Phytoplankton in a Strongly Stratified Hypertrophic LakeKANGRO Kersti; LAUGASTE Reet; NOGES PEETER; OTT IngmarArticles in Journals
2012Phytoplankton indicator taxa for reference conditions in lowland Northern and Central European lakesJARVINEN Marko; DRAKARE Stina; FREE Gary; Solheim Anne Lyche; PHILLIPS Geoff; SKJELBRED B.; MISCHKE U; OTT Ingmar; POIKANE Sandra; SONDERGAARD Martin, et alArticles in Journals
2005Sedimentation Rate of Seston during the Formation of Temperature Stratification after Ice Break-up in the Partly Meromictic Lake VereviOTT Ingmar; RAKKO Aimar; SARIK Diana; NOGES PEETER; OTT KatrinArticles in Journals
2012Strength and uncertainty of lake phytoplankton metrics for assessing eutrophication impacts in lakes.CARVALHO Laurence; POIKANE Sandra; LYCHE SOLHEIM Anne; PHILLIPS Geoff; BORICS Gabor; CATALAN Jordi; DE HOYOS Caridad; DRAKARE Stina; DUDLEY Bernard; JARVINEN Marko, et alArticles in Journals
2014Water Framework Directive Intercalibration Technical Report: Central Baltic Lake Macrophyte ecological assessment methodsPORTIELJE ROB; BERTRIN Vincent; DENYS Luc; GRINBERGA Laura; KAROTTKI Ivan; KOLADA Agniezska; KRASOVSKIENE Jolanta; LEIPUTE Gustina; MAEMETS Helle; OTT Ingmar, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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