Guidelines of Lake Management Volume 3: Lake Shore Management

United Nations Environment Programme ; International Lake Environment Committee (1990)

The scope of this book is to demonstrate the importance of the lake shore in a holistic lake management framework and discuss how the ecotone between lake and land can be maintained as an effective protection zone for the lake, and how the shore management can become an integrated part of the lake management. Content: Evapotranspiration in littoral vegetation; Erosion and filtration; Water quality aspects; Littoral habitats and communities; Impact on man; Impact by man; Quantification and modelling; Management tools; The Kis-Balaton reservoir system as means of controlling eutrophication of Lake Balalon, Hungary; Shore management in Lake Biwa.

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