WLDB data list

Item Category : F. Biological Features

Item Name : F3 Primary Production

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List of Data
Item TitleLake NameItemMore Info.
14C, Jul. Aug. Hazen Lake nam-32-f3.xls
Southern Indian Lake nam-33-f3.xls
14C, Upper L. Lower L. (1982) Twin Lakes nam-21-f3.xls
Algal primary production rate - depth profile (1969-1970)) Lake Tahoe nam02-07.gif
Algal primary production rate, monthly (1980) Lake Mendota nam01-09.gif
Annual areal primary productivity rates (1973-1982) Twin Lakes nam21-13.gif
Apr.-May, Oct.-Nov. (no date) Lake Tanganyika afr-06-f3.txt
As mgC m-2/day, together with Chlorophyll-a and transparency (Jan.-Dec.) Lake Annecy eur45-10.gif
At lake center, monthly (1981) Lake Maggiore eur-05-f3.xls
Bacterial production, bacterioplankton O2 consumption rates, O2 consumption rates in bottom, by station (1984, 1971, 1989) Kuybyshev Reservoir eur-54-f3.xls
Bacterioplankton production and dominant algal species in the north basin (Feb.-June 1990) Lake Biwa JJL-SN

See Figs. 3 and 4 in particular.

Based on 14C (May-Oct.1985-1989) Lake Druksiai eur-48-f3.xls
By depth (1988) Lake G. Dimitrov eur-44-f3.xls
By depth, by month Lake Naroch eur49-03.gif
By station (1981, 1982, 1984) La Grande 2 Reservoir nam-28-f3.xls
Depth profiles of primary productivity (Jun,-Dec. 1975) Lake Chivero afr08-13.gif
Distribution of zooplankton density number and biomass (1972-1990) Voronegskoe Reservoir eur53-02.gif
Dominant phytoplankton, chlorophyll a and nutrient levels (Feb.-Dec. 1981) Lake Biwa JJL-YT

See Figs. 3-11.

Epiphytic and planktonic algae and biogeochemical characteristics in reed zones (1999) Lake Biwa JJL-OM

See Fig.4 in particular.

Gross (June-Sep. 1989) Lake Onega eur-36-f3.xls