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Determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in contaminated water and soil samples by immunological and chromatographic methods
Contrasting chemical and biological patterns in recovery following six years of experimental acidification in Little Rock Lake, WI
Methane fermentation, submerged gas collection, and the fate of carbon in advanced integrated wastewater pond systems
Stable Isotopes of Silver Chub, Dreissenid mussels, and Hexagenia spp. Mayflies from Western Lake Erie, 2014
This table contains Carbon and Nitrogen stable isotope data for Silver Chub (Macrhybopsis storeriana), dreissenid mussels, and Hexagenia spp. mayflies from western Lake Erie in 2014. Samples were collected between May and September 2014 as part of both routine monitoring and a lake-wide coordinated monitoring effort. Silver Chub were collected in trawls; Hexagenia and Dreissenids were captured in benthic samples and taken from Silver Chub diets.
Evaluation of a large-scale fish salvage to reduce the impacts of controlled flow reduction in a regulated river
Food intake and circadian rhythms of activity of red-winged blackbirds (Agelaius phoeniceus). A time-course study on the effects of alpha-chloralose and secobarbital
Decline of myoplasmic Ca super(2+), recovery of calcium release and sarcoplasmic Ca super(2+) pump properties in frog skeletal muscle.
BLM REA CBR 2010 Recovery Units from the Recovery Plan for the California Red-legged Frog (Rana aurora draytonii)
These data identify, in general, the recovery units from the Recovery Plan for the California red-legged frog.
Recovery rates of cyanobacterial-lichen soil crusts from disturbance were examined. Plots were either undisturbed or scalped, and scalped plots were either inoculated with surrounding biological crust material or left to recover naturally. Natural recovery rates were found to be very slow. Inoculation significantly hastened recovery for the cyanobacterial/green algal component, lichen cover, lichen species richness, and moss cover. Even with inoculation, however, lichen and moss recovery was minimal. Traditional techniques of assessing recovery visually were found to underestimate time for total recovery. Other techniques, such as extraction of chlorophyll a from surface soil and measurement of sheath material accumulation,...
Using spontaneous succession for restoration of human-disturbed habitats: Experience from Central Europe