17 Works

Lake Peipsi 1970 (Phytoplankton samples)

Tarmo Timm, Maia Pork & Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Lake Peipsi 1980 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Lake Peipsi 1964 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Lake Peipsi 1981 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Lake Peipsi 1962 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste & Maia Pork
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Lake Peipsi 1979 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Lake Peipsi 1967 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Lake Peipsi 1974 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Lake Peipsi 1975 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Lake Peipsi 1963 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste, Viive Kõvask & Maia Pork
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Consumption and wind production time series data

Andres Annuk, Mart Hovi, Janar Kalder & Maido Märss
Consumption data are measured in the real household for two weeks and then multiplied to the whole year. This is an average family with 4 members. Consumption behavior is quite similar whole the year. Production graph is measured in real wind generator as described in the paper and when scaled to certain annual production.

Lake Peipsi 1966 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Lake Peipsi 1971 (Phytoplankton samples)

Ervin Pihu & Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Seasonal data on phytoplankton, zooplankton and zooplankton feeding from Lake Peipsi (Estonia)

Helen Agasild, Kristel Panksep, Ilmar Tõnno, Kätlin Blank, Toomas Kõiv, René Freiberg, Reet Laugaste, Roger Jones, Peeter Nõges & Tiina Nõges
Data related to the article Role of potentially toxic cyanobacteria in crustacean zooplankton diet in a eutrophic lake.

Lake Peipsi 1978 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Lake Peipsi 1968 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

Lake Peipsi 1965 (Phytoplankton samples)

Reet Laugaste
Method: Up to 1988 the samples were preserved with formaldehyde (not neutralised), and lots of samples were spoiled: sample sediment was flaked, stuck together, or rusty. By this reason, a number of results of countings are not representative.

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