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Biological and limnological aspects of water supply

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Title: Biological and limnological aspects of water supply
Author: Michalski, M. F. P.; Hopkins, G. J.
Abstract: The accelerated enrichment of our lakes and streams is viewed with increasing concern because of induced changes in fish populations, interference with water oriented recreational activities and impairment of the aesthetic quality of water. In addition, and of major interest to waterworks personnel, are its effects on the economic provision of suitable water for municipal and industrial use. This presentation will outline the concepts of eutrophication as related to Ontario; describe some of the more important limnological and biological phenomena, particularly as they relate to problems of water treatment and supply; and indicate the value of maintaining long-term biological records. (Presented at the Sixth Waterworks Seminar on the topic of Biological Problems in Water Supplies)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/15509
Date: 1971
Rights: Queen's Printer for Ontario, Crown Copyright, Non-Commercial Use Permitted
Rights Holder: Queen's Printer for Ontario


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