Sedimentological evidence of European spread of hypoxia in freshwaters caused by local anthropogenic pressures


The development of seasonal or persistent hypoxia in many aquatic environments severely stresses ecosystems, causing a decline of fisheries, a loss of biodiversity, and an alteration of food webs, including mass mortality of... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Pierre Francus (INRS Eau Terre Environnement)
  2. Jean-philippe Jenny (INRS Eau Terre Environnement)
  3. Alexandre Normandeau (Queen's University)
  4. François Lapointe (INRS Eau Terre Environnement)
  5. Marie-elodie Perga (INRA)

Topic Areas

Topics: Lacustrine sedimentation , Topics: Sedimentary signatures of global changes


MS10 » Sedimentary signature of Global Changes I (11:30 - Tuesday, 24th May, KARAM 2)

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