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Interactions between Sediment and Fresh Water, 1997
CONTENTS
Preface
Theme 1 Sources and composition of lake sediments
Theme 2 Sediment formation and rate of sedimentation
Theme 3 The role of sediments in element cycles
Theme 4 Water quality, health and management aspects of sediments
Theme 5 Methods


Preface

First Symposium on Interactions between Sediments and Water
Golterman, H.L., Viner, A.B., Lee, Fred G.

Theme 1 Sources and composition of lake sediments

Source and composition of lake sediments
Schuiling, R.D. pp. 12-18

Deposition, transportation and erosion of mud
Terwindt, J.H.J. pp. 19-24

Dissolved and suspended matter carried by rivers: composition time and space variation, and world balance
Meybeck, M. pp. 25-32

The neoformations of sediments in Lake Chad; their influence on the salinity control
Carmouze, J.P., Golterman, H.L., Pedro, G. pp. 33-39

Bacterial sediment formation in lakes: trophic implications
Paerl, Hans W. pp. 40-47

Rates of sedimentation and resuspension in Lake Kinneret
Serruya, C. pp. 48-56

Origin of sedimentation components in Lake Kinneret traced by their isotopic composition
Stiller, M. pp. 57-64

Sedimentation rates and sediment cores in two Swiss lakes of different trophic state
Bloesch, J. pp. 65-71

Comparison of tripton sedimentation in four small lakes
Kajak, Z., £awacz, W. pp. 72-75

Sedimentary environments in the Great Lakes
Sly, P.G. pp. 76-82

Trace metal composition and fractionation of Mn, Fe, S, P, Ba and Si in the Bay of Quinte fresh water ferro-manganese concentrations, Lake Ontario
Damiani, V., Ferrario, A., Gavelli, G., Thomas, R.L. pp. 83-93

Metal concentrations in freshwater sediments natural background and cultural effects
Förstner, Ulrich pp. 94-103

Heavy metals in the Dutch Delta
De Groot, A.J. pp. 104-107

Relative atomic variation (RAV) of elements in lake sediments: Lake Winnipeg and other Canadian lakes
Allen, R.J., Brunskill, G.J. pp. 108-120

Chemical characteristics of Lake Lugano sediments
Premazzi, G., Ravera, O. pp. 121-124

Composition of water and sediments in Laek Mjøsa, South Norway, in relation to weathering processes
Englund, J.O., Jørgensen, P., Roaldset, E., Aagaard, P. pp. 125-132

Organic compounds as indicators of allochtonous and autochtonous input to lake sediments
Cranwell, P.A. pp. 133-140

The relationship between lipids from Fontinalis antipyretica, its detritus and the underlying sediment: the fate of waxesters and sterolesters
De Leeuw, Jan W., Rijpstra, W. Irene C., Boon, Jaap J., de Lange, Frits, Schenck, P.A. pp. 141-147

Production, sedimentation, and accumulation of particulate carbon and nitrogen in an sheltered subalpine lake
Kimmel, Bruce L., Goldman, Charles R. pp. 148-155

On the structure of soluble organic substances in sediments of Lake Plusssee
Stabel, H.H., Münster, U. pp. 156-160

Stratigraphy of diatoms and chlorophyll derivatives in the uppermost sediment of a Swill lake
Staub, E. pp. 161-164

Changes in the purine and pyrimidine concentrations and organic carbon contents in lake sediments
Van der Velden, W., Schwartz, Alan W. pp. 165-167

Theme 2 Sediment formation and rate of sedimentation

Accumulation of sedimentary organic matter at the base of steep bottom gradients
Hargrave, B.T., Nielsen, L. Kemp pp. 168-173

Sedimentation rate in a basin (Agno) of Lake Lugano
Ravera, O., Viola, Marita pp. 174-178

Seston and sedimentation in Farmoor Reservoir, Great Britan
Johnson, D. pp. 179-182

A multivariate prediction equation for rate of sedimentation in North Indian reservoirs
Lal, V.B., Banerji, S. pp. 183-188

Guatemala: Planktonic fossils and sediment focusing
Deevey, E.S., Vaughan, Hague, Deevey, G.B., Yaxha, Lakes, Sacnab, Peten pp. 189- 196

The use of diatom microfossils in interpreting the distribution of pore water solutes in small Momela Lake (Tanzania)
Heckey, R.E. pp. 197-202

A rapid method for determining recent deposition rates of freshwater sediments
Ritchie, Jerry C., McHenry, J. Roger pp. 203-209

Theme 3 The role of sediments in element cycles

The influence of sediments upon nutrient exchanges in tropical lakes
Viner, A.B. pp. 210-215

Bioturbation and exchange of chemicals in the mud-water interface
Petr, T. pp. 216-226

Sediments as a nutrient source in shallow polluted lakes
Ryding, S.O., Forsberg, C. pp. 227-234

Interactions between sediments and overlying water in an experimentally eutrophied Precambiran Shield Lake
Schindler, D.W., Hesslein, R., Kipphut, G. pp. 235-243

A preliminary report: nutrients and metals transported by sediments within the Genesee River watershed, New York, U.S.A.
Reddy, Michael M. pp. 244-251

Preliminary results from a recirculating experimental system: observation on interaction between chalk stream water and inorganic sediment
Ladle, M., Baker, J.H., Casey, H., Farr, I.S. pp. 252-257

Decomposition of macrophytes and metabolism of organic matter in sediments
Godshalk, Gordon L., Wetzel, Robert G. pp. 258-264

The role of sediments with regard to lake oxygen consumption
Edberg, N. pp. 265

Effect of sediments on the quality of the overlying water
Fillos, J. pp. 266-271

Relationship between rate of oxygen consumption and content of adenosinetriphosphate (ATP) in lake sediments
Ulén, B. pp. 272-275

Sediment oxygen uptake in South Swedish lakes
Granéli, Wilhlem pp. 276

Modelling the temporal variation in sedimentary phosphorus fractions
Nielsen, Lars Kamp pp. 277-285

Sediments as a source of phosphate for algal growth
Golterman, H.L. pp. 286-293

Significance of oxic vs. anoxic conditions for Lake Mendota sediment phosphorus release
Lee, G.F., Sonzogni, W.C., Spear, R.D. pp. 294-306

Phosphorus flux across the sediment-water interface
Neame, P.A. pp. 307-312

The role of iron in the exchange of phosphate between water and sediments
Lijklema, L. pp. 313-317

Consideration of phosphorus release from sediments in a lake model
DiGiano, F.A., Snow, P.D. pp. 318-323

Experimental investigation on the release of phosphorus in relation to iron in freshwater/mud system
Banoub, M.W. pp. 324-330

Preliminary study of the silica content and diatom abundance in Kainji Lake, Nigeria
Adeniji, H.A. pp. 331-334

Contribution on the role of suspended solids to the chemistry of Lake Kainji
Imevbore, A.M.A., Adeniyi, Funso pp. 335-342

Sediment release of phosphorus in Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland
Stevens, R.J., Gibson, C.E. pp. 343-347

The behavior of phosphorus and silicon in undisturbed cores of Lough Neagh sediments
Rippey, B. pp. 348-353

Benthal nitrification in rivers
Garland, J.H.N. pp. 354-356

Importance of the denitrification process for the rate of degradation of organic matter in lake sediments
Andersen, Jens Møller pp. 357-362

Denitrifiction in sediment-water systems of various types of lakes
Tirén, T. pp. 363-371

Theme 4 Water quality, health and management aspects of sediments


Role of sediments in the process of recovery of a eutrophicated lake
Ahlgren, I. pp. 372-377

Chenical evolution of muds in a eutrophic lake
Davaud, E. pp. 378-381

Presence of blue-green algae in sediments of Lake Brielle
Kappers, F.I. pp. 382-386

The influence of phosphate and nitrogen in sediment on restoration of lakes
Jørgensen, Sven Erik pp. 387-389

Heavy metal content of lake and river sediments in Switzerland
Vernet, J.P., Rapin, F., Scolari, G. pp. 390-397

Physico-chemical forms of trace metals and the sediment-water interface
Hart, Barry T., Davies, Simon H. pp. 398-402

Uptake and release of heavy metals in the bottom silt of reciptients
Literáthy, P., László, F. pp. 403-409

The exchange of 65Zn between suspended sediment and algae
Keulder, P.C. pp. 410-414

Release of oxygen-consuming and toxic substances from anaerobic sediments by whirling-up and aeration
Müller, D., Schleichert, U. pp. 415-422

The impact of taconite tailings on dissolved solids concentrations in Lake Superior
Plumb, Russel, H., Jr., Lee, G. Fred. pp. 423-434

Some influence of dredging in the Great Lakes
Sly, P.G. pp. 435-443

Summary of studies on the release of contaminants from dredged sediments on openwater disposal
Lee, G. Fred pp. 444-447

Theme 5 Methods

Observations of interactions between water and sediment with a 30-kHz-sediment echosounder
Müller, H.E. pp. 448-452

The use of polarography in the investigation of hyoplimnetic waters and the sedimentwater interface
Davison, W. pp. 453-457

Study of the transport through the sediment-water interface in lake using natural radon- 222
Imboden, D.M., Emerson, S. pp. 458-465

Estimating suspended sediment loads from measurements of reflected solar radiation
Ritchie, Jerry C., Schiebe, Frank R., McHenry, J. Roger pp. 466-472

Author Index
pp. 473


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