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Turkusowe Lake (Wolin Island, Poland) - Surface Waters Quality Changes in Years 1986-2010

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Jezioro Turkusowe (Wyspa Wolin, Polska) - Zmiany Jakości Wód Powierzchniowych W Latach 1986-2010
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After presentation of the characteristics of a water reservoir in CaCO3 excavation pit, called the Turkusowe Lake, situated in the Wolin National Park on the Wolin Island, available results of the analyses referring to the quality of surface water of this water reservoir and being carried out since 1986 as well as those of own studies being carried out from 1999 to 2010 were gathered, collecting this way a research material covering the quarter-century 1986-2010. It was shown that the Turkusowe Lake is a water reservoir being resistant by nature to eutrophication (lake basin development and depth, surrounding by the heights adhering to it, and presence of CaCO3 building the lake basin), whereas an increase in the trophic level and development of eutrophication phenomena in the form of weak phytoplankton blooms being observed, particularly in 2005-2010, is connected with increased anthropogenic pressure in the form of direct discharge of municipal sewage to the lake and waste-water to the soil in the alimentation zone of underground waters feeding this lake. The extent of anthropogenic pressure was so big that it started to prevail over the natural processes limiting an increase in the trophic level in this lake.
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  • Department of Chemistry and Natural Waters Management, Faculty of Biology, Szczecin University, ul. Felczaka 3C, 71-412 Szczecin, Poland, phone +48 91 444 15 71
  • Department of Veterinary Public Health and Welfare, Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology, University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno, Palackeho tr. 1/3, 612 42 Brno, Czech Republic
  • Department of Chemistry and Natural Waters Management, Faculty of Biology, Szczecin University, ul. Felczaka 3C, 71-412 Szczecin, Poland, phone +48 91 444 15 71
  • Department of Chemistry and Natural Waters Management, Faculty of Biology, Szczecin University, ul. Felczaka 3C, 71-412 Szczecin, Poland, phone +48 91 444 15 71
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