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|Title:||Water and Nutrient Mass Balance of the Partly Meromictic Temperate Lake Verevi|
|Citation:||HYDROBIOLOGIA vol. 547 p. 21-31|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Mass balances of total nitrogen and total phosphorus were calculated for Lake Verevi (area 0.126 km2, maximum depth 11 m, mean depth 3.6 m), a sharply stratified small lake located in South Estonia within the borders of the town Elva. The lake retained 45–90% of the nitrogen influx by sedimentation and/or by denitrification. The largest nitrogen losses with loss rates more than 10 kg N d-1 occurred in May and June. The calculated phosphorus retention rate became strongly negative during mixing periods. From June to November, phosphorus release from the sediment exceeded sedimentation by 205 kg in 1991 and by 79 kg in 1993.|
|JRC Institute:||Sustainable Resources|
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