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During 1970During -2001 , several ecological changes were documented in the Lake Kinneret Ecosystem: Decline of total Nitrogen (TN) and increase of total Phosphorus (TP) loads with a corresponding decline of TN/TP ratio. The phytoplankton assemblages indicated consequence Increase of Cyanobacteria accompanied by elevation of the biomass of Chlorophyta and Diatoms. The Kinneret ecosystem functioning represented two superimposed events: the decline of TN enhanced Cyanobacteria and elevation of TPdoi:10.4236/ojmh.2017.74015 fatcat:7sef2pw53jbtpovjkf4b5sw5eu