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Variability of oxygen content in different lakes of the James Ross Island as dependent on actual weather conditions



Year of publication 2009
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Structure and Function of Antarctic Terrestrial Ecosystems. Book of Abstracts and Contributed Papers
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Faculty of Science

Field Botany
Keywords oxygen measurement; antarctic lakes; field study
Description Concentration of dissolved oxygen were measured in seven selected lakes of different age and origin in Northern part of the James Ross Island. Amount of dissolved oxygen is considered both biological and physical factors limiting life and development of organisms in Antarctic lakes. Actual amount of dissolved oxygen depends on physical and chemical characteristics of water of particular lake as well as the development of biota.
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