The objectives of the study are to define biochmical processes of, and chemical inputs to Thrush Lake and relate these to alkalinity regulation and to develop an empirical model of Thrush Lake response to lime addition.
Research supported by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the College of Natural Resources, the Dept. of Forest Resources and the University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station under Project MN-42-25 McIntire-Stennis Cooperative Forestry Research Program and the USDA. Publication no. 19,762 of the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
Holm, C. E.; Perry, James A..
Allochthonous litter, carbon and element loading to Thrush Lake, Minnesota : a component of an empirical model to predict lake response to lime treatment and reacidification..
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