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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Hydromorphologic survey and assessment of the lakeshore of Lake Scharmützelsee as a prerequisite for the development of a lakeshore utilization strategy.
Hamburg : Diplomica Verlag, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (ix, 79 pages) : illustrations (some color), maps|
|Contents:||Hydromorphologic survey and assessmentof the lakeshore of Lake Scharmützelsee as a prerequisite for the developmentof a lakeshore utilization strategy; Abstract; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1. Introduction; 1.1 Importance and deterioration of lakeshores; 1.2 Lakeshores and hydromorphology in the WFD; 1.3 Hydromorphology Lake (HML) protocol; 1.4 Motives and objectives; 1.4.1 Motives; 1.4.2 Objectives; 1.5 Structure of study; 2. Methods; 2.1 Characterization of Lake Scharmützelsee and mainanthropogenic pressures; 2.2 Acquisition of primary data. 2.3 Setting up of GIS-project2.4 Delineation of subzones and segments; 2.4.1 Generalization of shoreline; 2.4.2 Delineation of subzones; 2.4.3 Modifications of subzones and exclusion of islands; 2.4.4 Delineation of segments; 2.5 On-site mapping of shoreline stabilizations; 2.5.1 Prearrangements and execution; 2.5.2 Documentation by photographs; 2.6 Digitalization of a submerged macrophytes map; 2.7 Adaptation of catalog of objects; 2.8 Mapping and classification of objects; 2.8.1 Mapping of objects; 2.8.2 Classification of objects; 2.9 Computation of impacts. 2.9.1 Formulas for the calculation2.9.2 Implementation of a database for the calculation of impacts; 3. Results; 3.1 Zoning, segmentation and numbering; 3.2 Mapped objects and derived impacts; 3.2.1 Sublittoral zone; 3.2.2 Eulittoral zone; 3.2.3 Epilittoral zone; 3.3 Outline of classification; 3.3.1 Lakeshore section 1; 3.3.2 Lakeshore section 2; 3.3.3 Lakeshore section 3; 3.3.4 Lakeshore section 4; 3.3.5 Lakeshore section 5; 3.3.6 Lakeshore section 6; 3.3.7 Lakeshore section 7; 3.3.8 Outline of the distribution of selected objects; 3.4 Graphical illustration of classification. 3.5 Statistical analysis3.5.1 Overview of the classification by subzone; 3.5.2 Correlation between impacts in subzones and presence of objects; 3.6 Further analysis; 3.6.1 Estimation of reed bed area impeded by small piers and marinas; 3.6.2 Occurrence of objects depending on reed bed area; 4. Discussion and conclusion; 4.1 Discussion of applied methods; 4.1.1 Limitations; 4.1.2 Methodical modifications of the HML-protocol; 4.1.3 Suggestions for modifications and improvements of the HMLprotocol; 4.2 Discussion of results; 4.2.1 Main hydromorphological pressures. 4.2.2 Lakeshore hydromorphological status4.3.3 Implications for lakeshore conservation and utilization concepts; 5. References; Appendix I --
Catalog of objects; Appendix II --