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Hydrobiologia Volume: 91/92, 1982
 

CONTENTS
Introduction
Part One: Sediment Dynamics and Material Distributions in Fluvial and Lacustrine Environments
Part Two: Land Use Effects on Sediment Yields and Quality
Part Three: Contaminant Accumulation in Sediments from Point and Non-Point Sources
Part Four: Sediments and Associated Parameters in Models, Mass Balance and Loadings
Part Five: Sediments as Concentrators of Natural and Anthropogenic, Organic and Inorganic Contaminants
Part Six: Release Mechanisms from Bed and Suspended Sediments, and Transfer to Biosystem
Part Seven: Effects of Manipulation Techniques on Release Mechanisms
Part Eight: Sedimentation Rates, Dating Techniques, Spatial and Temporal Consistency and Sediment Reworking
Part Nine: Methods, Techniques and Equipment



Introduction

Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Sediment-Freshwater Interaction held
in Kingston, Ontario, 15-18 June 1981
Sly, P. G. pp. 1-8

Part One: Sediment Dynamics and Material Distributions in Fluvial and Lacustrine Environments

Bottom dynamics in lakes
Hakanson, L. pp. 9-22

Estimation of fluxes to the ocean from mega-tidal estuaries under moderate climates and the problems they present
Jouanneau,J.M., Latouche, C. pp. 23-29

Entrainment, deposition, and transport of fine-grained sediments in lakes
Lick, W. pp. 31-40

Pjysical and geochemical characteristics of suspended solids, Wilton Creek, Ontario
Ongley, E.D., Bynoe, M.C., Percival, J.B. pp. 41-57

Sedimentation in fluvial and lacustrine environments.
Rust, B.R. pp. 59-70

Comparison of sediment energy-texture relationships in marine and lacustrine environments
Sly, P.G., Thomas, R.L., Pelletier, B.R. pp. 71-84

Part Two: Land Use Effects on Sediment Yields and Quality

The geochemistry of the Rhine and the Rhone and the human impact
Goleterman, H.L. pp. 85-91

Land use effects on sediment yield and quality.
Slaymaker, O. pp. 93-109

Algal-availability of particulate phosphorus from diffuse and point sources in the lower Great Lakes basin (Lake Erie).
Young, T.C., Depinto, J.V. pp. 111-119

Part Three: Contaminant Accumulation in Sediments from Point and Non-Point Sources

Whole-lake lead burdens in sediments of lakes in southern Ontario, Canada.
Dillon, P.J., Evans, R.D. pp. 121-130

Historical changes in anthropogenic lead fallout in southern Ontario, Canada.
Evans, R.D., Dillon, P.J. pp. 131-137

Basic concepts and associated statistical methodology in the geochemical study of lake sediments
Jaquet, J.M., Davaud, E., Rapin, F., Vernet, J.P. pp. 139-146

Vanadium as a tracer of oil pollution in the sediments of Kuwait.
Khalaf, F., Literathy, P., Anderlini, V. pp. 147-154

Zinc in water and sediments of two Finnish lakes (Lake Vanajavesi, Lake Mallasvesi).
Koivo, L., Oravainen, R. pp. 155-160

Part Four: Sediments and Associated Parameters in Models, Mass Balance and Loadings

Carbon flow across the sediment-water interface in Lake Vechten, The Netherlands
Cappenbert,T.E., Hordijk, K.A., Jonkheer, G.J., Lauwen, J.P.M. pp. 161-168

Loading concentration models for phosphate in shallow lakes
Golterman, H.L. pp. 169-174

Model for instream regulation of radioisotopes and heavy metals in riverine waters subjected to a uranium mill discharge (Athabaska, Saskatchewan).
Holloran, M. pp. 175-188

Diurnal variation in the oxygen uptake of river sediments in vitro by use of continuous flow-through systems (Susaa, Denmark).
Jeppesen, E. pp. 189-195

Modeling the influence of bioturbation on the vertical-distribution of sedimentary phosphorus in L. Esrom
Kampnielsen, L., Mejer, H., Jorgensen, S.E. pp. 197-206

Experimental measurement of sediment nitrification and denitrification in Hamilton Harbour, Canada.
Klapwijk, A., Snodgrass, W.J. pp. 207-216

Mass balance models of phosphorus in sediments and water
Lam, D.C.L., Schertzer, W.M., Fraser, A.S. pp. 217-225

A dynamic phosphate budget model for a eutrophic lake.
Lijklema, L., Hieltjes, A.H.M. pp. 227-233

Spatial heterogeneity in whole lake sediments towards a loading estimate
Reynoldson, T.B., Hamilton, H.R. pp. 235-240

An analysis of total phosphorus transport in river systems.
Verhoff, F.H., Melfi, D.A., Yaksich, S.M. pp. 241-252

Part Five: Sediments as Concentrators of Natural and Anthropogenic, Organic and Inorganic Contaminants

Partitioning of phosphorus between particles and water in a river outflow
Barlow, J.P., Glase, M.S. pp. 253-260

Microbial metabolism in surface sediments and its role in the immobilization of phosphorus in oligotrophic lake sediments (Lake George, New York).
Doremus, C., Clesceri, L.S. pp. 261-268

Accumulative phases for heavy-metals in limnic sediments
Forstner, U. pp. 269-284

Hydrocarbon accumulation in freshwater sediments of an urban catchment.
Gavens, A., Revitt, D.M., Ellis, J.B. pp. 285-292

Phosphate adsorption kinetics of resuspended sediments in a shallow lake, Neusiedlersee, Austria
Gunatilaka, A. pp. 293-298

Uptake of trace metals by sediments and suspended particulates: a review.
Hart, B.T. pp. 299-313

Dynamics and mechanisms of arsenite oxidation by fresh-water lake sediments
Huang, P.M., Oscarson, D.W., Liaw, W.K., Hammer, U.T. pp. 315-322

The manganese cycle in Lac Leman, Switzerland the role of Metallogenium
Jaquet, J.M., Nembrini, G., Garcia, J., Vernet, J.-P. pp. 323-340

Particle size distribution and chemical parameters of the sediments of a shallow turbid impoundment.
Keulder, P.C. pp. 341-353

Distribution and concentrations of naturally-occurring radionuclides in sediments in a uranium mining area of northern Saskatchewan, Canada.
Neame, P.A., Dean, J.R., Zytaruk, B.G. pp. 355-361

Interaction between interstitial water and sediment in 2 cores of Lac Leman, Switzerland
Nembrini, G., Capobianco, J.A., Garcia, J., Jaquet, J.M. pp. 363-375

The rates of sediment-water exchange of oxygen and sediment bioturbation in Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland
Rippey, B., Jewson, D.H. pp. 377-382

Forms of iron in the oxygenated waters of Esthwaite Water, U.K.
Tipping, E., Woof, C., Ohnstad, M. pp. 383-393

Vertical stratification in sediments from a young oligotrophic South African Impoundment implications in phosphorus cycling
Twinch, A.J., Breen, C.M. pp. 395-404

Part Six: Release Mechanisms from Bed and Suspended Sediments, and Transfer to Biosystem

Flux of reduced chemical constituents (Fe2+, Mn2+, NH4 + AND CH4) and sediment oxygen demand in Lake Erie
Adams, D.D., Matisoff, G., Snodgrass, W.J. pp. 405-414

Different patterns of phosphorus release from lake sediments in laboratory experiments
Bostrom, B., Pettersson, K. pp. 415-429

Benthic phosphorus regeneration in the Potomac River Estuary
Callender, E. pp. 431-446

The influence of within-stream disturbance on dissolved nutrient levels during spates
Casey, H., Farr, I.S. pp. 447-462

Transport of iron and manganese in relation to the shapes of their concentration-depth profiles
Davison, W. pp. 463-471

Dissolved and suspended mercury species in the Wabigoon River (Ontario, Canada) seasonal and regional variations
Jackson, T.A., Parks, J.W., Jones, P.D., Woychuk, R.N., Sutton, J.A., Hollinger, J.D. pp. 473-487

Temperature dependence of sediment-water exchanbe in Lake Grevelingen, SW Netherlands
Kelderman, P., Vanderepe, A.M. pp. 489-490

Available phosphorus in lake sediments in The Netherlands
Klapwijk, S.P., Kroon, J.M.W., Meijer, M.L. pp. 491-500

Epilimnetic nutrient loading by metalimnetic erosion and resultant algal responses in Lake Waramaug, Connecticut.
Kortmann, R.W., Henry, D.D., Kuether, A., Kaufman, S. pp. 501-510

The influence of simulated groundwater movement on the phosphorus release from sediments, as measured in a continuous-flow system
Vanliere, L., Mur, L.R. pp. 511-518

Mechanisms for release of sediment-bound phosphate to water and the effects of agricultural land management on fluvial transport of particulate and dissolved phosphate
Logan, T.J. pp. 519-530

Benthic community metabolism of three Austrian pre-alpine lakes of different trophic conditions and its oxygen dependency.
Newrkla, P., Gunatilaka, A. pp. 531-536

Part Seven: Effects of Manipulation Techniques on Release Mechanisms

Acidified lakes: sediment treatment with sodium carbonate - a remedy?
Lindmark, G.K. pp. 537-547

Lake-Trehorningen restoration project. Changes in water quality after sediment dredging.
Ryding, S.-O. pp. 549-558

Studies into the effects of cadmium and low pH upon methane production
Walichnowski, A.Z., Lawrence, S.G. pp. 559-569

On the summer peak of nutrient concentration in lake water
Yoshida, T. pp. 571-578

Part Eight: Sedimentation Rates, Dating Techniques, Spatial and Temporal Consistency and Sediment Reworking

Pb-210 dating of sediments compared with accumulation rates estimated by natural markers and measured with sediment traps
Bloeshch, J., Evans, R.D. pp. 579-586


Lake sediments as recorders of geomagnetic field variations applications to dating postglacial sediments
Creer, K.M. pp. 587-596

Deep water sediments and trophic conditions in Florida lakes
Flannery, M.S., Snodgrass, R.D., Whitmore, T.J. pp. 597-602

Sedimentation rates in a Swiss-Italian lake measured with sediment traps
Premazzi, G., Marengo, G. pp. 603-610

Stratigraphic and dynamic effects of sediment reworking by Great Lakes zoobenthos
Robbins, J.A. pp. 611-622

Effects of sedimentation on the storage capacity of the High Aswan Dam Reservoir
Shalash, S. pp. 623-639

Some experimental studies on the use of trace elements as a paleoenvironmental indicator
Sharma, S.K. pp. 641-642

Climatic and anthropogenic effects on the sedimentation and geochemistry of Lakes Bourget, Annecy and Leman ( Switzerland).
Vernet, J.P., Favarger, P.-Y. pp. 643-650

Availability of dissolved oxygen in interstitial waters of a sandy creek
Whitman, R.L., Clark, W.J. pp. 651-658

Part Nine: Methods, Techniques and Equipment

In situ sampling of interstitial water from lake sediments
Brinkman, A.G., Vanraaphorst, W., Lijklema, L. pp. 659-663

Forms of phosphorus in particulate matter from the Hollands Diep Haringvliet, The Netherlands
Vaneck, G.T.M. pp. 665-681

Differential extraction of sediment phosphates with NTA solutions
Golterman, H.L. pp. 683-687

Standardization of methods of analysis for heavy metals in sediments
Degroot, A.J., Zschuppe, K.H., Salomons, W. pp. 689-695

The fractionation of iron-phosphorus compounds in sediments studied by Mossbauerspectroscopy
Siebers, H.H., Vanderkraan, A.M., Donze, M. pp. 697-700


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