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Project Report 2001-7
Human activities have profoundly altered the biogeochemical cycle of many elements including mercury (Hg). Since ~1850 AD, industrial processes are suggested to have led to a 3-fold increase in Hg deposition above natural, pre-industrial levels. Despite extensive historical evidence for...
The Role of Iron in Suppressing Internal Phosphorus Loading and Toxic Cyanobacterial Blooms in Freshwater LakesDownload
Harmful algal blooms occur in nutrient-rich lakes around the world, diminishing the value of these ecosystems for wildlife and humans. Management of algal blooms is an on-going challenge for lake managers and policy makers. The overarching goal of this research was to advance our understanding of...