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Influences of the environment and plankton community interactions on toxic cyanobacterial blooms in Vancouver Lake, Washington, a temperate shallow freshwater system
Occurrences of cyanobacterial blooms are in freshwater systems are increasing in frequency and intensity largely in response to urbanization of landscapes, eutrophication, and climate change. Cyanobacterial blooms negatively ...
Mesotrophic Lake Biotic Responses to Hypolimnetic Oxygenation
The distribution, abundance, and diversity of lake biota can be impacted by the duration and extent of low dissolved oxygen levels. To increase dissolved oxygen levels and improve the trout fishery, the hypolimnion of North ...
MANAGEMENT IMPLICATIONS FOR A LACUSTRINE BROOK TROUT POPULATION: AN INVESTIGATION IN AGE PRECISION AND POPULATION DYNAMICS
Areas in the Columbia River Basin have been impacted by hydroelectric dam developments, requiring some anadromous and resident fish losses to be mitigated with resident fisheries enhancement. Brook Trout are one resident ...
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN NONNATIVE AMERICAN SHAD (ALOSA SAPIDISSIMA) AND FALL CHINOOK SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS TSHAWYTSCHA) IN LOWER COLUMBIA RIVER FOOD WEBS
Lower Columbia River Food Webs have undergone many changes resulting from impoundment, introduction of nonnatives, and supplementation with hatchery salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.). American Shad (Alosa sapidissima) are an ...