Accession Number : ADA119328
Title : Limnological Investigations: Lake Koocanusa, Montana. Part 4. Factors Controlling Primary Productivity.
Descriptive Note : Special rept.,
Corporate Author : COLD REGIONS RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING LAB HANOVER NH
Personal Author(s) : Woods,P F ; Falter,C M
PDF Url : ADA119328
Report Date : Jun 1982
Pagination or Media Count : 111
Abstract : Postimpoundment loadings of total nitrogen and total phosphorus delivered to Lake Koocanusa by the principal inflowing stream, the Kootenai River, were predicted to be large enough to cause eutrophication of the lake; however, measured annual primary productivity for 1972 through 1975 was relatively low, and characteristic of oligotrophic waters. It was hypothesized that primary productivity was limited to oligotrophic values because phytoplankton photosynthesis was suppressed by physical limnological factors.
Descriptors : *Reservoirs, *Nutrients, Montana, British Columbia, Lakes, Limnology, Phytoplankton, Productivity, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Temperature
Subject Categories : Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE