2012
DOI: 10.3856/vol40-issue2-fulltext-24
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Abstract: ABSTRACT. Chilean Patagonia has protected mountainous areas with evergreen native forests; in which the lakes and rivers, of volcanic or glacial origin, are oligotrophic. In Bulgaria, there are mountainous zones with native forests and associated lakes of volcanic origin. The aim of the present study is to carry out a preliminary comparison of zooplanktonic crustaceans in lake ecosystems associated with native forests of Chilean Patagonia and of Bulgarian mountains. The study revealed that the lakes studied in… Show more

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“…Both groups were markedly different probably due to geological and associated vegetation [1][2]4]. Nevertheless, the marked differences for Bulgarian lakes would agree with the marked heterogeneity of the environments of these sites [1][2], which would be denoted using remote sensing techniques such as those observed for Patagonian lakes with marked environmental heterogeneity like that observed for Tagua Tagua and General Carrera lakes [6][7][8].…”
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“…Both groups were markedly different probably due to geological and associated vegetation [1][2]4]. Nevertheless, the marked differences for Bulgarian lakes would agree with the marked heterogeneity of the environments of these sites [1][2], which would be denoted using remote sensing techniques such as those observed for Patagonian lakes with marked environmental heterogeneity like that observed for Tagua Tagua and General Carrera lakes [6][7][8].…”
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confidence: 82%
“…Oerst. At altitudes greater than 1,000 m a.s.l., these species coexist with Araucaria araucana (Molina) K. Koch, between 38-39ºS [3][4][5].…”
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“…The environmental heterogeneity for Patagonian lakes has been described with details mainly in trophic status and associated basins [7][8][9], but recently optical properties associated with ecological implicances due to the presence of associated glaciers with consequent changes in water coloration properties, light absorption, and changes in associated trophic webs have been studied [10][11][12], and these results can be associated with optical properties obtained from satellite images [4][5][6]. Many of these lakes are located in zones with serious accessibility issues, and only a few of them are not accessible by mountain paths [1,3]. Then many of these lakes are located in zones without easy access, and in this scenario the first exploration by remote sensing techniques would be very useful for beginning limnological studies [12][13][14][15].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%