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Some remarks on the role of bacteria in deep lakes will be presented with an emphasis on their functioning in the carbon cycle in such ecosystems.
An extensive ecosystem analysis program was conducted at the “Barlosche Kolk”, a small eutrophic lake in the eastern Netherlands, from September 1971 to September 1973. As part of this program, the oxygen concentration at different depths was determined continuously over several 24 hour periods....
The algal vegetation was studied in the Texel polders of “Het Noorden” and “De Eendracht”. In these areas a zonation pattern is caused by gradients in salinity and humidity. Sometimes the gradients are disturbed by seepage of fresh or salt water.
The area is rich in algal species. Over 45...
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