The Lakes Handbook: Lake Restoration and Rehabilitation, Volume 2
February 2005, Wiley-Blackwell
The Lakes Handbook provides an up-to-date overview of the application of ecologically sound approaches, methods and tools using experience gained around the world for an understanding of lakes and their management. Volume one of the Handbook addresses the physical and biological aspects of lakes pertinent to lake management, emphasising those aspects particularly relevant to large, still bodies of water. 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 authoritative reviews of the key areas of limnological study.
1. On The Value Of Lakes: Patrick O'Sullivan.
2. The Assault On The Quality Of Lakes: Wilhelm Ripl and Klaus-Dieter Wolter.
Part II: Regional Studies.
3. The North American Great Lakes: Marlene S. Evans.
4. Lake Washington: W.T. Edmondson.
5. Lakes of Northern Europe: Heikki Simola and Lauri Arvola.
6. European Alpine Lakes: Martin T. Dokulil.
7. Lake Baikal And Other Great Lakes Of Asia: Lyudmila G. Butorina.
8. Lakes In Arid Environments: W.D. Williams.
9. Floodplain Lakes And Reservoirs In Tropical And Subtropical South America: John M. Melack.
Part III: Human Impact On Specific Lake Types.
10. Shallow Temperate Lakes: G.L. Phillips.
11. Shallow Tropical Lakes:Patrick L. Osborne.
12. Reservoirs And Other Artificial Water Bodies: Milan Straskraba.
Part IV: Lake And Catchment Models.
13. The Export Coefficient Approach to Prediction of Nutrient Loadings: Helen M. Wilson.
14. The Phosphorus Loading Concept And The OECD Eutrophication Programme; Walter Rast and Jeffrey A. Thornton.
15. Models Of Lakes And Reservoirs: Sven-Erik Jorgensen.
16. The Assessment, Management And Reversal Of Eutrophication: Helmut Klapper.
17. Biomanipulation In Shallow Lakes: S. Harry Hosper, Marie-Louise Meijer, R.D. Gulati and Ellen van Donk.
18. Restoring Acid Lakes: Lennart Henrikson, Atle Hindar and Ingemar Abrahamsson.
Part V: Legal Frameworks.
19. The Framework For Managing Lakes In The United States of America: Thomas Davenport.
20. Nordic Lakes: Marianne Lindstrom.
21. The Problem Of Rehabilitating Lakes And Wetlands In Developing Countries: F.W.B. Bugenyi.
22. South Africa: Towards Protecting Our Lakes: G.I. Cowan
Colin Reynolds is an Honorary Research Fellow of the Freshwater Biological Association and the Centre of Ecology and Hydrology. Much of his career was spent at The Ferry House Laboratory on the shores of Windermere, where his work was directed towards the ecology and dynamics of phytoplankton, in lakes, rivers and reservoirs. He has published over 220 research papers, two books and edited or co-edited several others. He won the International Prize in Limnetic Ecology in 1994 and, in 2001, was awarded the Naumann-Thienemann medal of SIL, the International Association for Limnology.
- provides an up-to-date overview of the application of ecologically sound approaches, methods and tools for an understanding of lakes and their management
- volume one addresses the physical and biological aspects of lakes pertinent to lake management, emphasising those aspects particularly relevant to large, still bodies of water
- volume two considers lake management, with particular emphasis on sustainability, restoration and rehabilitation
- brings together basic science and management issues
- international coverage and international authors
"This book is well organized and contains a wealth of information on lake restoration and rehabilitation...this is an excellent book and addresses its title very well." Environmental Conservation, February 2006