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Hydrobiologia 1986
 
CONTENTS
Part I – Sediment Dynamics, Solid and Aqueous Phase Transport, and Material Distribution in Aquatic Environments
Part II Land Use and Loadings Regulation Effects on Material Yields and Water Quality
Part III Contaminant Accumulation, Mineralogy, and Materials Speciation in Sediments
Part IV Sediments and Associated Parameters in Models, Mass Balance, and Loadings
Part V Material Cycling , Sink/Release Mechanisms, Transfer to Biosystem from Bed and Suspended Sediment
Part VI Manipulation and Disposal Techniques
Part VII Sedimentation Rates and Fluxes, Dating, Spatial and Temporal Variations


Part I – Sediment Dynamics, Solid and Aqueous Phase Transport, and Material Distribution in Aquatic Environments

Particulate and dissolved material in the Rio Negro – Amazon Basin
Brinkmann, W.L.F. pp. 3-12

Sediments as a record of the input dispersal and settling processes in a coastal marine environment
Damiani, V., Ambrosano, E., De Rosa, S., De Simone, R., Ferretti, O., Izzo, G., Zurlini, G. pp. 13-25

High natural content of Uranium in the Upper Rhône and Lake Geneva (Switzerland)
Dominik, J., Mangini, A. pp. 27-34

The Swedish Coastal Zone Project: sediment types and morphometry
Håkanson, L. pp. 35-51

The influence of sediments on the natural status of DeGray Lake, Arkansas
Kennedy, R.H., James, W.F., Montgomery, R.H., Nix, J. pp. 53-62

Hydromechanic aspects of contaminated sediment transport in fluvial systems
Westrich, B. pp. 63-68

Part II Land Use and Loadings Regulation Effects on Material Yields and Water Quality

Momence Wetland: Influence on Sediment and Water
Bhowmik, N.G., Demissie, M. pp. 71-77

Basin response to detergent-phosphorus control
Ongley, E.D. pp. 79-90

Mass-balance and transfer mechanisms of phosphorus in a rural watershed of Lac Laman, France
Pilleboue, E., Dorioz, J.M. pp. 91-102

Part III Contaminant Accumulation, Mineralogy, and Materials Speciation in Sediments

A comparative study of the partitioning of certain metals in sediments from four nearshore environments of the Aquitaine Coast (Southwest France)
El Ghobary, H., Latouche, C. pp. 105-124

The use of sediments as indicators of phosphorus release and mineral formation in lake sediments
Evans, R.D., Cornett, R.J., McCulloh, V.A. pp. 125-132

Interstitial ion concentrations as an indicator of phosphorus release and mineral formation in lake sediments
Holdren, G.C., Armstrong, D.E. pp. 133-147

The fractional composition of phosphorus in lake sediments of different characteristics
Pettersson, K. pp. 149-155

Geochemical trends in sediments from 13 Italian subalpine lakes
Premazzi, G., Provini, A., Gaggino, G.F., Parise, G. pp. 157-165

Depth profiles of Cu, Cr, and Zn in Lake Orta sediments (Northern Italy)
Provini, A., Gaggino, G.F. pp. 167-174

A speciation study of phosphorus in the interstitial water of Lake Geneva (Switzerland)
Wang, Z.-J., Giovanoli, F., El Ghobary, H., Vernet, J.-P. pp. 175-180

Part IV Sediments and Associated Parameters in Models, Mass Balance, and Loadings

Radionuclide cycling in natural Waters: Relevance of Scavenging Kinetics
Santschi, P.H., Nyffeler, U.P., Li, Y.-H., O’Hara, P. pp. 183-191

Modelling Water Quality of Lake Heenvliet in Relation to Planned Diosposal of Harbour
Sludge
Smits, J.G.C., de Rooij, N.M., Bril, J. pp. 193-208

Modelling radionuclide transport between lake water and sediments
Snodgrass, W.J. pp. 209-227

Particle-Based lake model for calculating dose commitment
Snodgrass, W.J., Lush, D.L., Walker, R.R., Bell, W. pp. 229-241

Lake oxygen model 1: modeling sediment water transport of ammonia, nitrate, and oxygen
Snodgrass, W.J., Klapwijk, A. pp. 243-250

Lake oxygen model 2: simulation of nitrification and denitrification in Hamilton Harbour using laboratory data
Klapwijk, A., Snodgrass, W.J. pp. 251-264

Lake oxygen model 3: simulation of ammonia, nitrate, and oxygen in Hamilton Harbour (1977 – 1978)
Klapwijk, A., Snodgrass, W.J. pp. 265-288

Calculation of nutrient fluxes across the sediment-water interface in shallow lakes
van Eck, G.Th.M., Smits, J.G.C. pp. 289-301

Part V Material Cycling , Sink/Release Mechanisms, Transfer to Biosystem from Bed and Suspended Sediment

Early diagenesis of organic matter in the recent sediments of Lake Erie and Hamilton Harbour I. Carbon gas chemistry
Adams, D.D., Fendinger, N.J. pp. 305-318

The Effects of sediment-boundary heavy metals on algae and the importance of salinity
Ahlf, W., Calmano, W., Förstner, U. pp. 319-324

Cycling of organic carbon in a coastal marine system
Balzer, W., Pollehne, F., Erlenkeuser, H. pp. 325-330

Abiological controls on silica in chalk systems and groundwaters
Casey, H., Neal, C. pp. 331-342

Early Sediment Changes and Element Mobilization in a Man-made Estuarine Marsh
Darby, D.A., Adams, D.D., Nivens, W.T. pp. 343-351

Behavior of Some Metals in Surficial Sediments of the Northwest Mediterranean
Continental Shelf
Fernex, F.E., Span, D., Flatau, G.N., Renard, D. pp. 353-370

Mobility of heavy metal in dredged harbour sediments
Förstner, U., Ahlf, W., Calmano, W., Kersten, M., Salomons, W. pp. 371-380

Effect of oxyhydrate coatings on the binding energy of metals by clay minerals
Helios-Rybicka, E., Förstner, U. pp. 381-385

Nitrate as a catalyst for phosphorus mobilization in sediments
Jansson, M. pp. 387-389

Available phosphorus in the sediments of eight lakes in the Netherlands
Klapwijk, S.P., Bruning, C. pp. 391-398

The transport mechanisms and phase interactions of bioavailable heavy metals in snowmelt runoff
Morrison, G.M.P., Revitt, D.M., Ellis, J.B., Svensson, G., Balmer, P. pp. 399-406

Sediment toxicity and production-biomass relationships of size-fractionated phytoplankton during on-site simulated dredging experiments in a contaminated pond
Munawar, M., Thomas, R.L., Norwood, W.P., Daniels, S.A. pp. 407-426

Phosphorus exchange between sediment and water in Lake Balaton
Pettersson, K., Boström, B. pp. 427-435

Radionuclides as tracers for sedimentation and remobilization processes in the ocean and in lakes
Santschi, P.H. pp. 437-449

The role of lake water in enhancing sorption of phosphorus by stream particulates
Stafford-Glase, M., Barlow, J.P. pp. 451-459

Direct effects of interactions involving iron and humic acid during formation of colloidal phosphorus
Young, T.C., Comstock, W.G. pp. 461-470

Part VI Manipulation and Disposal Techniques

The Field Verification Program: A Five Year Effort to Evaluate Disposal of Dredged material in the Ocean and Alternative Locations
Dillon, T.M. pp. 473-477

Part VII Sedimentation Rates and Fluxes, Dating, Spatial and Temporal Variations

Settling flux and sinking velocities of particulate phosphorus (PP) and particulate organic carbon (POC) in Lake Zug, Switzerland
Bloesch, J., Sturm, M. pp. 481-490

210Pb fluxes in acidified lakes
Dillon, P.J., Scholer, P.J., Evans, H.E. pp. 491-499

210Pb in Lake Kinneret waters and sediments: residence times and fluxes
Stiller, M., Imboden, D.M. pp. 501-511

 

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