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Changing chemical characteristics of prairie pothole region lakes and wetlands: Influences on wildlife and relevance to management

Summary

Through a resampling of 178 prairie lakes and wetlands originally sampled in the late 1960s and early 1970s, we are exploring changes in water chemical composition that have occurred in response to shifting climate patterns and the affects of these changes on fish and wildlife communities.

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Principal Investigator :
David M Mushet
Co-Investigator :
Martin B Goldhaber, Christopher Mills

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“Rising water levels have caused many prairie lakes and wetlands to flood.”
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Rising water levels have caused many prairie lakes and wetlands to flood.
Rising water levels have caused many prairie lakes and wetlands to flood.

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  • Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center

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