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Title Lake Pavin : history, geology, biogeochemistry, and sedimentology of a deep meromictic maar lake / Télesphore Sime-Ngando, Pierre Boivin, Emmanuel Chapron, Didier Jézéqual, Michel Meybeck, editors.

Published Switzerland : Springer, 2016.

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Springer English/International eBooks 2016 - Full Set
Springer Biomedical and Life Sciences eBooks 2016 English+International
Contents Preface; Contents; Contributors; Part I: Limnology, History and Comparative Legends; 1: Pavin, the Birthplace of French Limnology (1770-2012), and Its Degassing Controversy (1986-2016); 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Analysis of Pavin Actors, History and Perception Through an Interdisciplinary and Intercomparative Approach; 1.3 Pavin, a Typical Maar-Lake Above any Contamination Source; 1.3.1 Pavin General Features; 1.3.2 Pavin Compared to Other Lakes of the Cézallier Lake District; 1.3.3 Pavin Compared to Other European Maar-Lakes; 1.3.3.1 Eifel Lakes; 1.3.3.2 Italian Lakes
1.4 Pavin Scientific Exploration (1770-1985)1.4.1 Chevalier's Expedition (1770); 1.4.2 Lecoq, the Great Auvergne Naturalist, Normalizes Pavin… with Fishes (1847-1871); 1.4.3 The First Golden Age of Science at Pavin: Berthoule, Delebecque, Martel, Bruyant (1880-1914); 1.4.3.1 Clermont Botanists and Zoologists Establish the Limnological Station at Besse; 1.4.3.2 André Delebecque at Pavin (1892); 1.4.3.3 Edouard-Alfred Martel at Creux de Soucy (1892); 1.4.4 Pavin Meromixis Discovery by Olivier and Pelletier (1950-1960s)
1.5 Pavin Acquires a Status of International Field Laboratory (1965-2000)1.5.1 International Projects Select Pavin as a Pristine Lake (1965-1975); 1.5.2 Pavin, a Laboratory for Innovative Lake Research (1965-1986); 1.6 Maar Lakes Degassing Evidence in Cameroun and Italy; 1.6.1 Nyos (21 August 1986) and Monoun (15 August 1984) Degassing Events and Their Effects on Populations; 1.6.2 Ancient Degassing Events in Italian Maar-Lakes, Albano and Monticchio; 1.6.2.1 The Albano Catastrophic Degassing and Spillover Event in Latium (398 BC)
1.6.2.2 Monticchio Lakes (Southern Italy) and Their Pioneer Degassing Studies, 1777-18381.7 Sensory Grid of Degassing in Maar-Lakes; 1.8 Pavin Degassing Controversy (1986-2016); 1.9 Conclusions; References; 2: Pavin, A Rich but Fragmented History (200 AD-2016); 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Finding Pavin Puzzle Pieces; 2.3 Pavin's History Highlights; 2.3.1 Antiquity: A Pompeian Millstone Retrieved from Pavin Waters in 1909; 2.3.2 Early Antique and Medieval Worship Near Pavin, on the Vassivière Mountain; 2.3.3 Lacus pavens Terrifies the Whole Region Throughout the Sixteenth Century
2.3.3.1 The Terrible Explosion Witnessed at Vassivière by Besse People (28 August 1551 Pavin Event)2.3.3.2 A Hazardous Abyss, Generating Storm, Thunder and Hail, Presented to Charles IX (1566); 2.3.3.3 Pavin Painted on the First Realistic Landscape Picture in France (1571-1579); 2.3.3.4 Pavin Marvelous Response to a Thrown Stone in Belleforest's Cosmographia Universalis (1575); 2.3.3.5 Lacus pavens, the Terrifying Lake, Is the Original Pavin Name (Banc 1605); 2.3.4 The Admirable and Terrifying Pavens Gets Famous During the Seventeenth Century
Notes Includes index.
Summary This book represents the first multidisciplinary scientific work on a deep volcanic maar lake in comparison with other similar temperate lakes. The syntheses of the main characteristics of Lake Pavin are, for the first time, set in a firmer footing comparative approach, encompassing regional, national, European and international aquatic science contexts. It is a unique lake because of its permanently anoxic monimolimnion, and furthermore, because of its small surface area, its substantially low human influence, and by the fact that it does not have a river inflow. The book reflects the scientific research done on the general limnology, history, origin, volcanology and geological environment as well as on the geochemistry and biogeochemical cycles. Other chapters focus on the biology and microbial ecology whereas the sedimentology and paleolimnology are also given attention. This volume will be of special interest to researchers and advanced students, primarily in the fields of limnology, biogeochemistry, and aquatic ecology.
Other author Sime-Ngando, Télesphore, editor.
Boivin, Pierre, editor.
Chapron, Emmanuel, editor.
Jezequel, Didier, editor.
Meybeck, M. (Michel), editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Maars -- France.
Crater lakes -- France.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319399614 (electronic bk.)
3319399616 (electronic bk.)
9783319399607 (print)
3319399608