Olszewski tube

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An Olszewski tube is an artificially installed water outlet designed to siphon anoxic water from the hypolimnion, the bottom of lake, to combat the negative effect of high nutrient load in the lake.

Literature[edit]

  • George Dennis Cooke, Eugene B. Welch, Spencer Peterson, Stanley A. Nichols, Restoration and Management of Lakes and Reservoirs, CRC Press 2005, ISBN 1-56670-625-4
  • Winfried Lampert, Ulrich Sommer, Limnoecology: The Ecology of Lakes and Streams, Oxford University Press 2007, ISBN 0-19-921392-5