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000186885 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.4081/jlimnol.2012.e35
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000186885 245__ $$aComment on An additional challenge of Lake Kivu in Central Africa - upward movement of the chemoclines by Finn Hirslund
000186885 260__ $$aPavia$$bPagepress Publ$$c2012
000186885 269__ $$a2012
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000186885 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000186885 520__ $$aIn a paper published earlier this year, Finn Hirslund suggested to release degassed deepwater from methane harvesting to the surface layer of Lake Kiwi in order to counteract an observed slow rising of the chemoclines in the lake. In this comment, we present strong evidence for the presence of subaquatic springs in the lake that maintain the chemoclines at their present levels. Furthermore, the observed changes in the stratification do not call for urgent action. We therefore strongly advise against the proposed measures, which would most probably be harmful for the ecosystem, and instead propose to further monitor the development of the stratification in the lake.
000186885 6531_ $$aLake Kivu
000186885 6531_ $$amethane
000186885 6531_ $$asubaquatic springs
000186885 700__ $$aSchmid, Martin
000186885 700__ $$aRoss, Kellyann
000186885 700__ $$0246424$$aWüest, Alfred$$g149162
000186885 773__ $$j71$$k2$$q330-334$$tJournal Of Limnology
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