Constructing a water reservoir on a river has a number of effects on the quantity and the physical and chemical quality of the downstream water. These effects may be significant for the aquatic plants growing below the impoundment. This report provides an overview of the effect of such developments on algae and aquatic macrophtyic plants.
Truelson, R.L., Warrington, P.D.. 1994. Effects of Water Storage Reservoirs on Downstream Water Quality and Aquatic Vegetation Literature Review. BC Ministry of Environment Lands and Parks
Keywords: water storage reservoirs, water quality
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