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Factors involved in the ecology of Ruth Lake and Poplar Creek are discussed. Ruth Lake is a small, littoral, moderately eutrophic lake. It has clear water, a muddy substrate, and is shallow (mean depth 1.5m). Winter stagnation /occurred but the water was well oxygenated in summer....
The main hypothesis of this study was that warmer and drier conditions affect fishless alpine lakes by increasing (1) phosphorus (P)-availability, (2) P-limited autotrophs versus mixotrophic phytoflagellates, and (3) fast-growing P-limited cladocerans versus slower-growing nitrogen (N)-rich...
Differential sensitivities of benthic and planktonic communities to UV radiation may involve differences in habitat conditions (e.g., availability of physical refuge), taxonomic composition, UV-A (320-400 nm) and DNA-damaging UV-B (280-320 nm) irradiances, and potential indirect effects via...
Fish Assemblages in Subarctic Lakes: Does Fire Affect Fish–Environment Relations in Northern Alberta?Download
In 1995, a wildfire swept through a large area of the Caribou Mountains, a remote subarctic plateau of northern Alberta, Canada, containing numerous unstudied and unexploited small lakes. To assess near-term effects of fire and to establish information on assemblage–environment relations in this...
Project Report 2000-29
Landscape variables influencing nutrients and phytoplankton communities in boreal plain lakes of northern Alberta: a comparison of wetland- and upland-dominated catchmentsDownload
Working Paper 2000-8
Several lines of evidence suggest small alpine lakes and ponds are sensitive to nitrogen deposition. Paleolimnological studies, nutrient bioassays, and mesocosm experiments show the positive effects of nitrogen on aquatic alpine primary producers. In particular, alpine pond ecosystems have been...