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Biological structure and dynamics of fish assemblages in tributaries of eastern Lake Ontario

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Biological structure and dynamics of fish assemblages in tributaries of eastern Lake Ontario; 2003; Book chapter; BOOK; State of Lake Ontario: past, present and future; McKenna, James E., Jr.

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Interest in effective management of Great Lakes natural resources and restoration of native populations has stimulated interest in the conditions and ecological role of tributaries in the Great Lakes ecosystem. Rivers of Lake Ontario's eastern basin provide an excellent opportunity to examine important tributaries and their relationship to Lake Ontario. This paper reports on the results of an investigation of fish assemblage structure in lower reaches of the Salmon and Oswego Rivers and at their interfaces with Lake Ontario. These two systems represent conditions near the end points on a continuum from highly disturbed to pristine. They are also of great interest to resource managers for their important fisheries and other economic [...]

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