alexa The Changing Environment of Lake Taihu and its Ecosystem Responses

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The Changing Environment of Lake Taihu and its Ecosystem Responses

Under natural conditions, the evolution of lake trophic status is not only influenced by climatic and hydrological factors but also by the biological interactions and feedbacks occurring within the lake ecosystem. To envision long-term changes of lake trophic status in several shallow lakes from the Yangtze River basin, we focused on variations in nutrient level and attempted to use both hydrologic- and ecodynamic-based physical models. One was an equivalent-hydrology model with external driving forces from catchment climate and hydrology changes (Model 1), the other was a dynamic model with internal driving forces from the biological interactions within the lake ecosystem (Model 2).

 
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