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Lake Constance has an unique long-term phytoplankton and zooplankton time series available. However, interpretation of the results is hampered by inevitable personal and methodological changes over time. Paleolimnological data from both, deep and shallow regions of Lake Constance, are used to analyse whether the current status of the plankton community (achieved through lake re-oligotrophication) has returned to that before the eutrophication started. Comparison of key plankton species, cladocera and diatoms, have also been analysed from both long-term data set (limnological and paleolimnological).