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Lakes Restoration Approaches

Department of Water Protection Engineering and Environmental Microbiology, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, ul. Prawocheńskiego 1, 10-720 Olsztyn, Poland
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Limnol. Rev. 2021, 21(2), 105-118;
Published: 20 July 2021


Preventive and curative intervention become an imperative to encounter the recent dilemmas of lakes and its ecosystem, eutrophication, external contaminants load and the internal load and hydrological cycle disruption, lakes drought or flood as a result of the global warning are some of these dilemmas which mainly caused anthropogenic activities. At present, mechanical and chemical treatment approaches are the most popular applied techniques for lakes remediation with an escalating pace of biological methods are implemented as biomanipulation; which consider an efficient eco-technique. As experience has proven, desirable reclamation result is achieved by implementing combination of the restoration methods.
Keywords: reclamation of water reservoirs; water protection; management of protection; pollution reclamation of water reservoirs; water protection; management of protection; pollution

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Alhamarna, M.Z.; Tandyrak, R. Lakes Restoration Approaches. Limnol. Rev. 2021, 21, 105-118.

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Alhamarna MZ, Tandyrak R. Lakes Restoration Approaches. Limnological Review. 2021; 21(2):105-118.

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Alhamarna, Mohammed Z., and Renata Tandyrak. 2021. "Lakes Restoration Approaches" Limnological Review 21, no. 2: 105-118.

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