Abstract Title

Invoking systems theory to drive system regime change away from cyanobacteria dominance and prevent HABs

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David Shackleton, SIS.BIOFollow

Start Date

23-5-2022 5:45 PM

End Date

23-5-2022 7:00 PM

Abstract

Ecosystem behavior and regime change are governed by Systems Theory principles and processes. Cottingham et al have demonstrated and modeled this.

(Cottingham, K. L., Ewing, H. A., Greer, M. L., Carey, C. C., & Weathers, K. C. (2015). Cyanobacteria as biological drivers of lake nitrogen and phosphorus cycling. Ecosphere, 6(1), 1-19.)

Consistent, holistic and sustainable prevention of cyanobacteria dominance and HAB events and reversal of eutrophication has been demonstrated in a variety of water bodies ranging from 60 acre lakes averaging 15 feet deep to 850 acre reservoirs over 170 feet deep, using interventions developed in alignment with Systems Theory.

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Invoking systems theory to drive system regime change away from cyanobacteria dominance and prevent HABs

Ecosystem behavior and regime change are governed by Systems Theory principles and processes. Cottingham et al have demonstrated and modeled this.

(Cottingham, K. L., Ewing, H. A., Greer, M. L., Carey, C. C., & Weathers, K. C. (2015). Cyanobacteria as biological drivers of lake nitrogen and phosphorus cycling. Ecosphere, 6(1), 1-19.)

Consistent, holistic and sustainable prevention of cyanobacteria dominance and HAB events and reversal of eutrophication has been demonstrated in a variety of water bodies ranging from 60 acre lakes averaging 15 feet deep to 850 acre reservoirs over 170 feet deep, using interventions developed in alignment with Systems Theory.