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Physiological and ecological effects of increasing temperature on fish production in lakes of Arctic Alaska

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Physiological and ecological effects of increasing temperature on fish production in lakes of Arctic Alaska; 2014; Article; Journal; Ecology and Evolution; Carey, Michael P.; Zimmerman, Christian E.

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Lake ecosystems in the Arctic are changing rapidly due to climate warming. Lakes are sensitive integrators of climate-induced changes and prominent features across the Arctic landscape, especially in lowland permafrost regions such as the Arctic Coastal Plain of Alaska. Despite many studies on the implications of climate warming, how fish populations will respond to lake changes is uncertain for Arctic ecosystems. Least Cisco (Coregonus sardinella) is a bellwether for Arctic lakes as an important consumer and prey resource. To explore the consequences of climate warming, we used a bioenergetics model to simulate changes in Least Cisco production under future climate scenarios for lakes on the Arctic Coastal Plain. First, we used current [...]

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