Diatoms and Lake Acidity: Reconstructing pH from Siliceous Algal Remains in Lake Sediments by John P. SmolDiatoms and Lake Acidity: Reconstructing pH from Siliceous Algal Remains in Lake Sediments by John P. Smol

Diatoms and Lake Acidity: Reconstructing pH from Siliceous Algal Remains in Lake Sediments

EditorJohn P. Smol, R.W. Battarbee, R.B. Davis

Paperback | April 30, 2004

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John P. Smol is a professor in the Biology Department at Queen's University (Canada), with a cross-appointment at the School of Environmental Studies. He co-directs the Paleoecological Environmental Assessment and Research Lab (PEARL). Professor Smol is co-editor of the Journal of Paleolimnology and holds the Canada Research Chair in Environmental Change.
John P. Smol is a professor in the Biology Department at Queen's University (Canada), with a cross-appointment at the School of Environmental Studies. He co-directs the Paleoecological Environmental Assessment and Research Lab (PEARL). Professor Smol is co-editor of the Journal of Paleolimnology and holds the Canada Research Chair in E...
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Title:Diatoms and Lake Acidity: Reconstructing pH from Siliceous Algal Remains in Lake SedimentsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:316 pagesPublished:April 30, 2004Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:140202407X

ISBN - 13:9781402024078

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`This book should be read by anyone interested in current methods, data, and conclusions in this area of investigation. Diatoms and Lake Acidity is recommended reading for anyone wishing to assess current understanding of lake acidification, and especially recommended for those who wish to improve it.' Bioscience, 37 (1987) `Researchers and advanced students of lake acidification, paleolimnology, and phycology will find this book a valuable addition to their libraries.' The Quarterly Review of Biology, 62 (1987)