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Historical medium-scale maps as a source of information on the overgrowing of lakes
In the work, medium-scale topographic maps from the first half of the 20th century and aerial photographs from the first decade of the 21st century were used to determine the rate of overgrowing of lakes. A comparison of results for lakes located in different parts of Poland demonstrated that the process of proliferation of emergent plants dominated - such a situation was recorded for 14 out of the 15 lakes analysed in the work. The calculated average overgrowing rate for all the lakes in thedoi:10.2478/limre-2013-0017 fatcat:6lw2cw723fftdduthvxhazocte