Links between landscape, catchment basin, wetland, and lake: the Jorka river-lake system (Masurian Lakeland, Poland) as the study object
Jorka river-lake system as a study object
Polish Academy of Sciences. Institute of Ecology
Polish Academy of Sciences. Institute of Ecology. Publishing Office
Pages 411-425 : illustrations ; 27 cm
Bibliographical references (pages 422-425)
The concepts and assumptions related to the landscape ecology, functioning of catchment basins, and eutrophication of lakes adopted in the presented studies are discussed. These studies concern: lake as a landscape component, importance of the patch pattern in the catchment, processes related to nutrient export, transformations and retention in lakes, specific problems of lake chains (river-lake systems), wetlands as lake-land ecotones responsible for nutrient removal, and other problems. Specific questions for the present studies (like long-term changes) and the study goals were indicated. General characteristics of the river-lake system under study (river Jorka on the Masurian Lakeland, north-eastern Poland), climatic conditions in the study periods, and the scope of the studies are shortly presented with reference to the particular papers in the volume.
Polish Journal of Ecology
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Ekologia Polska (1953-2011)
Ekologia Polska, późn. tyt.: Polish Journal of Ecology (t. 1-51)
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Nr 4. Links between landscape, catchment basin, wetland, and lake: the Jorka river-lake system (Masurian Lakeland, Poland) as the study object / Hillbricht-Ilkowska A.
Nr 4. Landscape structure (patch pattern) of the Jorka river catchment (Masurian Lakeland, Poland): analysis of air photos / Rybak J.
Nr 4. Seasonal and long-term export rates of nutrients with surface runoff in the river Jorka catchment basin (Masurian Lakeland, Poland) / Rybak J.
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Nr 4. River-lake system in a mosaic landscape; main results and some implications for theory and practice from studies on the river Jorka system (Masurian Lakeland, Poland) / Hillbricht-Ilkowska A.
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