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The paper I selected is not a breakthrough or provocative hypothesis. In spite of relatively high impact factor of journal I should say that the paper is rather basic. One might expect from the title (Algae as a sustainable energy … Continue reading
My weekly updates were terminated for one week and it was enough to become overloaded with interesting papers dealing with salt lakes. I think that to post several posts each focused on one paper is better strategy than to cover … Continue reading
I am really surprised that practically every week new papers on meromictic lakes are published. Meromictic lakes (lakes in which the water column is not completely mixed for the period longer than one year) are not so rare. Moreover it … Continue reading
Papers that I selected this week will demonstrate that salt lake research is not always about aquatic ecology. Lake is a habitat for many species and one of favorite study sites for ornithologists. Lake also can be considered as a … Continue reading
As I did not post previous week now we have bunch of interesting papers with various salt lakes studied. The range of lakes I mention below – from lake in Kenya with thousands of birds and wildlife around to salt … Continue reading
Today is World Wetlands Day. Wetland studies are very often deal with salinity. Below are several facts on wetland and salinity research which can be easily extracted from the Web of Knowledge.