Application of diatom analysis for the study of the history of the lakes of north-west USSR. [Translation from: Istoriya Ozer; Trudy Vses.Simp.Vilnius p1-7. Vilnius, 1970.]

Davydova, N. N. (1970) Application of diatom analysis for the study of the history of the lakes of north-west USSR. [Translation from: Istoriya Ozer; Trudy Vses.Simp.Vilnius p1-7. Vilnius, 1970.]. Windermere, UK, Freshwater Biological Association, (FBA Translations (New Series), 38)

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Abstract

During late - and post-glacial times lakes played a leading role in the development of the landscape of the North-west European part of USSR. A variety of geographic circumstances created great variegation of natural conditions in lakes and determined the composition of their diatoms. The basic stages of the development of the diatom flora of lakes are linked with general climatic changes. The deepwater regions of large periglacial lakes of the North-west USSR are inhabited by plankton diatoms of the genera Melosira and Cyclotella. Diatom analysis is further applied for the study of the history of the lakes of north-west USSR.

Item Type: Monograph or Serial Issue
Title: Application of diatom analysis for the study of the history of the lakes of north-west USSR. [Translation from: Istoriya Ozer; Trudy Vses.Simp.Vilnius p1-7. Vilnius, 1970.]
Personal Creator/Author:
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Davydova, N. N.
Series Name: FBA Translations (New Series)
Number: 38
Date: 1970
Publisher: Freshwater Biological Association
Place of Publication: Windermere, UK
Issuing Agency: Freshwater Biological Association
Additional Information: Translated from German into English
Uncontrolled Keywords: Diatoms; Freshwater lakes; Glacial lakes; Palaeolimnology; Sediment analysis
Subjects: Biology
Ecology
Limnology
Item ID: 4808
Depositing User: Hardy B Schwamm
Date Deposited: 15 Feb 2011 22:57
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 15:52
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URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/4808

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