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Completely revised and updated, Restoration and Management of Lakes and Reservoirs provides comprehensive coverage of the chemical, physical, and biological processes that relate to eutrophication and its control. The book features detailed discussions of techniques used to manage eutrophication of standing water bodies, procedures for using these techniques, the principles involved, and successes and failures through a selection of case studies and cost analyses. This new edition includes new chapters on aquatic plant management, updates to all other chapters, and descriptions of methods of lake and reservoir rehabilitation and management.