Disclaimer & Copyright Notices; Optimized for the IE & Firefox


INFO/LIMNOLOGY/PIC/hydrologic-rev.gif

Narrative on Water Quality

Soil & Water Conservation Society of Metro Halifax (SWCSMH)

Modified: June 02, 2016           Soil & Water Conservation Society of Metro Halifax (SWCSMH) Master Homepage


The scientific modelling as well as chemical/biological limnology are part of the archives

Contents:



Water quality

Our narrative on limnological science may not bear direct relationship to recreational human uses of lakes such as swimming, boating, snorkeling except perhaps in the extreme cases. It is mostly about cultural eutrophication (i.e., nutrient enrichment), and biodiversity as well as cumulative impacts of post-development stressors on freshwater biota (e.g., on key biological indicators, zoobenthos, phytobenthos, chironomid mentum deformities)

Indicator thresholds for anthropogenic stressors in Nova Scotia.


Lake Management Challenges based on paleoecological analyses

(with salutations to Prof. Dr. John Smol FRCS, a recipient of several national/international awards among which is the NSERC's Gerhard Herzberg Gold Medal in 2004. It is Canada's top scientist or engineer medal)



Soil & Water Conservation Society of Metro Halifax (SWCSMH) Master Homepage                 


We salute the Chebucto Community Net (CCN) of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada for hosting our web site, and we applaud its volunteers for their devotion in making `CCN' the best community net in the world



Google