1 edition of Limnological and socioeconomic evaluation of lake restoration projects found in the catalog.
Limnological and socioeconomic evaluation of lake restoration projects
1979 by Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service in Corvallis, Or, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Series||Research reporting series -- EPA-600/3-79-005.|
|Contributions||Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory., Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory. Freshwater Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 343 p. :|
|Number of Pages||343|
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Get this from a library. Limnological and socioeconomic evaluation of lake restoration projects: approaches and preliminary results: workshop held 28 February-2 March [Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory.; Corvallis Limnological and socioeconomic evaluation of lake restoration projects book.
EPA/ January LIMNOLOGICAL AND SOCIOECONOMIC EVALUATION OF LAKE RESTORATION PROJECTS: APPROACHES AND PRELIMINARY RESULTS Workshop held 28 February - 2 March Project Officer Spencer A.
Peterson Freshwater Systems Division Corva"llis Environmental Research Laboratory Corvallis, Oregon. Limnological and socioeconomic evaluation of lake restoration projects Author: Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory, Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory.
Freshwater Division Created Date: 10/28/ AM. THE SELECTION OF SPECIFIC DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS FOR DETAILED EVALUATION OF LAKE RESTORATION METHODOLOGY INTRODUCTION Implementation of P.L.Sections /(h), (the Clean Lakes program) is part of a major Federal, State and Local effort to clean up the Nation's polluted lakes.
Our results help with the planning, assessment and implementation of whole-lake restoration programmes within the UK and beyond. Having worked in this area for several decades, we now have a number of long-term datasets that can provide important information on pressure-response-recovery chains in impacted systems.
Aeration of Water 5. Hypolimnetic Drainage 6. Lake Drawdown 7. Lake Bottom Sealing • In-Lake Chemical Methods 1. Phosphorus Precipitation 2. Use of Algicides and Herbicides Ameliorative Or Direct Methods • In-Lake Biological Methods Species manipulation is the main in-lake biological method for lake restoration.
For example, in a review of 43 Florida lakes that had been sites of restoration projects, Dierberg et al. (a) found that only 7 lakes had sufficient data to permit an evaluation of water quality improvement.
Baker and Swain () found similarly dismal statistics in attempting to Limnological and socioeconomic evaluation of lake restoration projects book lake restoration projects in Minnesota.
For Muskegon Lake – one of only three such projects in the Great Lakes region – $10 million was awarded to restore wetlands and stabilize shoreline along the south shore of the lake.
The ecological goals included softening ~ 3 km of Limnological and socioeconomic evaluation of lake restoration projects book shoreline, restoring ~ 11 ha of wetland habitat, and removing or improving ~ 10 ha of unnatural Cited by: 6. Volume two then considers lake management, with particular emphasis on sustainability, restoration and rehabilitation.
This handbook will be invaluable to ecologists, environmental scientists, physical geographers and hydrologists involved in limnological research, as well as advanced undergraduate and graduate students looking for.
Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory: Limnological and socioeconomic evaluation of lake restoration projects: approaches and preliminary results: workshop held 28 February-2 March (Corvallis, Or.
Methodology followed by BDA for Lake Restoration Projects Construction of RCC Storm Water inlets Improvements to the Waste Weir. Creation of islands for the re-habitation of birds. Landscaping and development of parks and childrens play area. Afforestation. Lighting all along the periphery of lakes.
Construction of localized tertiary sewage. Porcella, D.B., Petersen, S.A., and Larsen, D.P. Proposed method for evaluating the effects of restoring lakes.
Pages in Limnological and Socioeconomical Evaluation of Lake Restoration Projects: Approaches and Preliminary Results. EPA / First Finnish lake restoration projects where made in the late s, and by restoration work had been carried out or planned for a total of some lakes or lake waters Limnological and socioeconomic evaluation of lake restoration projects book historiaa, ) The waters requiring restoration have typically been shallow and rather small in size, and the goal has.
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Assessing the success of ecological restoration projects is critical to justify the use of restoration in natural resource management and to improve best practice. Although there are extensive discussions surrounding the characteristics that deﬁne and measure successful restoration, moni-toring or evaluation of projects in practice is widely.
The ever-increasing demand for energy in the southwest has led to a search for additional sources of power generation. Coal-fired powerplants currently provide most of the baseline energy in the southwest, but this must be supplemented with hydroelectric power during periods of peak demand.
In order to provide additional peaking power, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is Cited by: Stormy Lake is a surface-acre natural lake that connects via a ¾ mile outlet stream to the Swanson River. It is located miles northeast of Nikiski and is surrounded by lands managed.
restoration approaches. The experiences gained can be used in future river restoration projects. River restoration will even get a higher attention within the framework of the implementation of the European Water Framework Directive. The international conference ‘River Restoration - Practical Approaches’ focused on practical.
Learn more about Great Ecology's work through these featured projects. Lake restoration can be recommended to improve water quality of eutrophic, shallow lakes considerably. Long‐term effects (more than 5–10 years) can, however, be difficult to achieve, and in many cases lake restoration may need to be conducted on a Cited by: ABSTRACT.
Lake water quality and ecosystem services are normally maintained by several feedbacks. Among these are nutrient retention and humic production by wetlands, nutrient retention and woody habitat production by riparian forests, food web structures that cha nnel phosphorus to consumers rather than phytoplankton, and biogeochemical mechanisms that Cited by: General restoration strategies are seldom available—be it on the national level [Committee on Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems: Science Technology and Public Policy et al.,chapter 8], in a single US state [Kondolf et al., ], or a Swiss canton [Bratrich, ]—for steering and monitoring restoration projects, because standards Cited by: In this chapter we present our research on hypertrophic lakes and the identified changes in their water quality, phytoplankton and zooplankton, under the influence of Cited by: 1.
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documented evaluation could benefit new projects that all these three restoration phases can be improved by appropriate, within-phase as well as between-phase six-step evaluation (Fig. In this paper, we discuss the relevance and usefulness of these 6 steps by analyzing 10 restoration projects in 8 northern countries.
Socioeconomic evaluation of the impact of natural resource stressors on human-use services in the Great Lakes Environment: A Lake Michigan case study Article in Resources Policy 38(2)– The Impact II evaluation of FESS #2, 3, 4 can be interpreted as market values (with a direct economic impact), derived from the enhanced ESS use: FESS #2 – The increase in house-rent prices for properties in the New Emscher Valley and at Lake Phoenix as well as the rental price for commercial premises at Lake Phoenix are direct spending in Cited by: approaches have been used during the past 20–30 years to improve lake water quality.
Results from the various lake restoration initiatives are diverse and the long-term effects are not well described. In this study we evaluated data from more than 70 restoration projects conducted mainly in shallow, eutrophic lakes in Denmark and the Cited by: River and stream restoration projects are increasingly numerous but rarely subjected to systematic postproject evaluation.
Without conducting such evaluation and widely disseminating the results, lessons will not be learned from successes and failures, and the field of river restoration cannot advance. Postproject evaluation must be incorporated into the initial Cited by: The tools and measures of fitting a new lake into the landscape are similar to lake restoration methods (Annadotter et al., ;Bain et al., ;Cooke et al., ;Estrada et.
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Other types of restoration can be accomplished through shoreline erosion control projects, such as the current projects at Stanley Draper, Ft. Cobb, and Thunderbird Lakes, or floating wetlands, such as those at Lake Eucha.
Control of invasive aquatic nuisance species is an important lake restoration activity as well. Photo gallery of Current Ecological Restoration Project Photos by Ecological Restoration, Inc, a leading specialty contracting company working nationwide to restore ecosystems.
restoration projects, medical procedures aim to restore certain elements of a person’s health (rather than all elements), and may only be partially successful, leading to the need for expand upon this analogy, Table 1 documents the key project, monitoring and evaluation stages for a river restoration project and a medical.
lake and its shoreline, 2) provide shoreland restoration options and guidance to those individuals that want to undertake their own project, and 3) supply descriptions and photographs of shoreland restoration projects implemented around the lake system.
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A limnological and oceanographic study of Bridgeport, Connecticut waterwaysAuthor: Michael C Mackiewicz.The conference had the following enlightenments for China' s research on evaluation of ecological restoration: 1) Strengthening the construction of comprehensive evaluation indicators system and focusing on the multi-participation in the evaluation process.
2) Paying more attentions on scale effect and scale transformation in the evaluation Cited by: 1.Ebook Variables in Lake Monitoring 41 Sirpa Herve 2 BIOCOENOSIS IN EVALUATION OF THE ECOLOGICAL STATE OF THE LAKE 55 Phytoplankton in Water Quality Assessment - An Indicator Concept. 57 Eva Willen Toxic Cyanobacteria 81 Kaarina Sivonen Use of Littoral Algae in Lake Monitoring 97 Pertti Eloranta.