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This study evaluates the growth of aquatic macrophytes in selected lakes within the AOSERP study area in terms of lake type, and the feasibility of mapping such aquatic macrophytes using the existing FCIR photography of the study area. Field surveys were carried out during August 1978. Ten lakes...
Decisions in fishery management usually are made on a species-by-species and site-by-site basis because most information about fishes has been collected and organized in this way. A comparaitve, community-level approah can contribute to the development of management strategies for large sets of...
Influence of subhumid climate and water table depth on groundwater recharge in shallow outwash aquifersDownload
 Hypothetical one-dimensional models of unsaturated flow were used to estimate the probability of groundwater recharge to shallow, glacial outwash aquifers. Simulations were supported by field data, previous three-dimensional modeling, and cross-sectional models of water table response to...
To evaluate the roles of extinction and isolation in predicting richness and composition of fish assemblages in small forest lakes of Finland and Wisconsin, we analyzed data from 114 Finnish and 55 Wisconsin lakes 0.2-86.9 ha in area. Six isolation variables characterized properties of stream...
The influence of hydrologic condition and peat oxia on phosphorous and nitrogen dynamics of a conifer swampDownload
A massb alancea pproachw as usedt o determinet he factorsi nfluencingp hosphorusa nd nitrogen dynamicsi n wetlandsc ommont o headwaterc atchmentso f the PrecambrianS hield. The relationships of runoff, water level, water temperaturea, nd anoxiat o the annuala nd seasonalt otal phosphorus( TP) and...