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Fundamental and Applied Limnology is an international journal for freshwater research in the widest sense, including problems of marine biology and brackish water research. Papers dealing with ecological topics are especially welcome in association with experimental or physiological studies. All papers published in this journal are subject to peer review.

Archiv für Hydrobiologie, now Fundamental and Applied Limnology has been published continuously since 1906.

Volumes prior to vol. 168 were published under the previous title Archiv für Hydrobiologie.

Fundamental and Applied Limnology / Archiv für Hydrobiologie was previously published as Archiv für Hydrobiologie.

Publisher: E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung

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Volume 189, Number 2, January 2017
10th CE-DiatoM: Relationships between diatom composition and environmental conditions

Editorial

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Comparison of the utility of a frequently used diatom index (IPS) and the diatom ecological guilds in the ecological status assessment of large rivers
pp. 87-103(17)
Authors: Trábert, Zsuzsa; Tihamér Kiss, Keve; Várbíró, Gábor; Dobosy, Péter; Grigorszky, István; Ács, Éva

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Benthic diatom-based lake types in Hungary
pp. 105-116(12)
Authors: Bolgovics, Ágnes; Ács, Éva; Várbíró, Gábor; Görgényi, Judit; Tihamér Kiss, Keve; Földi, Angéla; Nagy-László, Zsolt; Trábert, Zsuzsa; Borics, Gábor

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The role of plant substrate type in shaping the composition and diversity of epiphytic diatom assemblages in a eutrophic reservoir
pp. 117-135(19)
Authors: Fránková, Markéta; Šumberová, Kateřina; Potužák, Jan; Vild, Ondřej

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Contrasting diatom diversity in lentic and lotic habitats of Romanian peat bogs and the relation to environmental variables
pp. 137-151(15)
Authors: Szigyártó, Irma-Lidia; Buczkó, Krisztina; Rákossy, Izabella; May, Zoltán; Urák, István; Zsigmond, Andreea-Rebeka

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Temperature and growth strategies as the essential factors influencing the occurrence of Stephanodiscus minutulus (Kützing) Cleve & Möller and Palatinus apiculatus (Ehrenberg) Craveiro, Calado, Daugbjerg & Moestrup
pp. 167-175(9)
Authors: Grigorszky, István; Tihamér Kiss, Keve; Pór, Gabriella; Dévai, György; Nagy, Alex Sándor; Somlyai, Imre; Berta, Csaba; Duleba, Mónika; Trábert, Zsuzsa; Ács, Éva

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