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Benndorf J and Recknagel F (1982) Problems of application of the ecological model (SALMO) to lakes and reservoirs having various trophic states. Ecological Modelling 17: 129-145.

Bowie GL, Mills WB, Porcella DB, et al. (1985) Rates, Constants, and Kinetics Formulations in Surface Water Quality Modeling, 2nd edn. EPA/600/3-85/040. Athens, GA: US EPA Environmental Research Laboratory.

ChapraSC (1996) Surface Water Quality Modeling. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Droop MR (1973) Some thoughts on nutrient limitation in algae. Journal of Phycology 9(3): 264-272.

Elliott JA, Irish AE, Reynolds CS, and Tett P (2000) Modelling freshwater phytoplankton communities: An exercise in validation. Ecological Modelling 128(1): 19-26.

Fussmann GF, EllnerSP, Hairston NG, Jr., et al. (2005) Ecological and evolutionary dynamics of experimental plankton communities. Advances in Ecological Research 37: 221-243.

Hakanson L (2004) Break-through in predictive modelling opens new possibilities for aquatic ecology and management - A review. Hydrobiologia 518: 135-157.

Hamilton DP and Schladow DP (1997) Prediciton of water quality in lakes and reservoirs. Part I - Model description. Ecological Modelling 96: 91-110.

Imberger J, Patterson JC, Hebbert B, and Loh I (1978) Dynamics of reservoirs of medium size. Journal of the Hydraulics Division-ASCE 104(5): 725-743.

Jorgensen SE (1999) State-of-the-art of ecological modelling with emphasis on development of structural dynamic models. Ecological Modelling 120: 75-96.

Jorgensen Se and Bendoricchio G (2001) Fundamentals of Ecological Modelling, 3rd edn. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

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Reynolds CS, Irish AE, and Elliott JA (2001) The ecological basis for simulating phytoplankton responses to environmental change (PROTECH). Ecological Modelling 140: 271-291.

Romero JR, Antenucci JP, and Imberger J (2004) One- and three-dimensional biogeochemical simulations of two differing reservoirs. Ecological Modelling 174: 143-160.

Vollenweider RA (1969) Possibilities and limits of elementary models concerning budget of substances in lakes (in German). Archiv für Hydrobiologie 66(1): 1-36.

Zhang J, Jorgensen SE, Tan CO, and Beklioglu M (2003) A structurally dynamic modelling - Lake Mogan, Turkey as a case study. Ecological Modelling 164(2): 103-120.

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