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Aquatic macrophytes in the tarns and lakes of Cumbria

Ralph Stokoe

Aquatic macrophytes in the tarns and lakes of Cumbria

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Published by Freshwater Biological Association in Ambleside .
Written in English


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StatementRalph Stokoe.
ContributionsFreshwater Biological Association.
The Physical Object
Pagination60p.
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13934689M


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Aquatic macrophytes in the tarns and lakes of Cumbria by Ralph Stokoe Download PDF EPUB FB2

About this book. This posthumous publication brings together extensive data on the aquatic macrophytes of the larkes, tarns (mountain lakes) and reservoirs of Cumbria, North West England, that were gathered by the amateur naturalist Ralph Stokoe.

Between and the amateur naturalist R. Stokoe conducted an extensive survey of aquatic plants in lakes, ponds and tarns in Cumbria. At each water body he compiled a list of plant species present, based on one or several visits. Specialists verified voucher specimens at the by: Area, altitude and aquatic plant diversity.

in lakes, ponds and tarns in Cumbria. At each. Aquatic macrophytes in the tarns and lakes. of Cumbria. Thirty small upland lakes in Cumbria, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland were each visited once during June and July From each lake, samples of surface sediment epilithon, macrophytes.

and Aquatic macrophytes in the tarns and lakes of Cumbria book lakes and tarns of northwest England Another was the assembly of information by Boycott on the distribution of freshwater molluscs in Britain as a whole Both intensive and extensive approaches were used in two pioneer studies involving freshwater macrophytes and algae.

One was 47 and co-workers to assess conditions in several. 1 INTRODUCTION. Consistent, reliable documentary records and long‐term monitoring both play an important role in conservation. Documentary records and existing datasets are essential to understanding the population histories of target species and, in turn, changes to their habitats (Swetnam et al., ).However, long‐term ecological records, particularly those concerning biota, are often Author: Isabel J.

Bishop, Helen Bennion, Carl D. Sayer, Ian R. Patmore, Handong Yang. Over marl lakes from the British Isles are described and compared. About 75 % of the lakes are extant with the remainder dating from the Late Glacial or Holocene and now completely filled with sediment.

Most of the lakes are, or were, Chara-dominated and of glacial origin and the majority are shallow and less than 4 m deep. These lakes contain important plant and animal communities and Cited by: Rev. of Aquatic macrophytes in the tarns and lakes of Cumbria (by R. Stokoe) Rev. of The ferns of Britain and Ireland (by C.N.

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The catchment is now occupied by only one farm and used for sheep grazing. The irregularity of the underwater contours (chart) show the effect of the inflow streams and there are extensive areas of aquatic macrophytes around the lake margin.

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The site shows the colonisation sequence from open sand to acidic grass-heath.",A,A,A, UK,Breckland,SAC,E,Terrestrial,Norfolk; Suffolk,H,0,Natural eutrophic lakes with Magnopotamion or Hydrocharition - type vegetation,Naturally nutrient-rich lakes or lochs which are often dominated by pondweed.,0,,G,B.

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warming in these regions is projected to be more pronounced than anywhere else on. Earth (IPCC, ). The scheme is presently designed for use at about five year intervals on all lakes greater than 2ha in area in England & Wales plus additional lakes of significant amenity or conservation interest It incorporates a ranking scheme for aquatic plants already used by English Nature and it has been pre-tested on a sample of 94 British lakes and.

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