This chapter examines "technical" conservation/remediation interventions that help protect a lake's values and does not discuss development interventions such as fish pens and hydropower dams.The technological responses described here can be broadly divided into two groups: watershed-based measures (which include point and nonpoint measures) and in-lake measures (which include biological, chemical and physical measures).
Review of Technical Interventions to Restore the Northern Aral Sea
Sewerage Policies and Finances in Lake Basin Management, a Case of Lake Biwa, Japan
Re-Eutrophication and Pathogenic Contamination of Lake Chivero
Lessons on Preparing and Implementing a Management Plan within an Urban Development Framework
Implementing Sewerage and Sewage Treatment Schemes in Developing Countries
Chilika Lake: Restoring Ecological Balance and Livelihoods through Re‐Salinization
Institutional Coordination and Policy Development in Lake Basin Management
The Role of Agriculture and Irrigation in Lake Basin Management
Which types of technological responses have been inplemented in your lake basin?
Which ones are currently being planned?
Who decides which ones will be used? What are the criteria used?