Richard Albert Vollenweider (June 22, 1922 in Zürich, Switzerland – January 20, 2007 in Burlington, Ontario, Canada) was a notable limnologist. Richard Vollenweider wrote several widely cited academic works about lake eutrophication management. His pioneering work included a technical report from 1968, which related inputs of total phosphorus to chlorophyll a concentrations (a common proxy measure of algal bloom intensity). He also played an important role in restoring several eutrophicated lakes, such as the Great Lakes of North America.
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