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Limnology of Sawtooth Valley lakes with respect to potential growth of juvenile Snake River sockeye salmon
Influence of Carcass-Derived Nutrients on Sockeye Salmon Productivity of Karluk Lake, Alaska: Importance in the Assessment of an Escapement Goal
Limnology of Lake Torrens, an episodic salt lake of central Australia, with particular reference to unique events in 1989
Limnological succession in reservoirs: a paleolimnological comparison of two methods of reservoir formation
Lake Shira, a Siberian salt lake: ecosystem structure and function. 2. Brachionus plicatilis (Rotatoria) growth and development
Principles and Techniques for Studying Water Quality under Conditions of Airborne Anthropogenic Pollution of Watersheds: Case Study of the Kola Subarctic Region
Geomorphic template for the analysis of lake districts applied to the Northern Highland Lake District, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
Participatory research methods in environmental science: local and scientific knowledge of a limnological phenomenon in the Pantanal wetland of Brazil
Reconnaissance limnology of Tasmania V. Anthropogenic factors in the distribution of freshwater calanoid copepods (Crustacea: Centropagidae) in Tasmanian lakes.
Euhrychiopsis lecontei Distribution, Abundance, and Experimental Augmentations for Eurasian Watermilfoil Control in Wisconsin Lakes
This dataset describes the quantity, morphology, concentration and polymer identity of microplastics in surficial benthic sediment of Lake Michigan and Lake Erie. Lake Michigan sediment samples were collected at 20 locations in September, 2013 and Lake Erie sediment samples were collected at 12 locations in September, 2014 while on-board the R.V. Lake Guardian. Sampling and analysis methods are described in the Processing Steps section of the metadata.
Mineralogic, grain-size, biologic, and stable isotopic analyses of core TOPGUN-SODA10 2A-K from Big Soda Lake, Nevada, USA
These data were collected from the TOPGUN-SODA10 2AK core collected in 2010 by LacCore (University of Minnesota), the USGS. and the University of California (U.C.) Berkeley. The 8.9 meter length core had stable isotopes of oxygen and carbon sampled every 10 millimeters or so, and diatoms samples at every 50 millimeters to 200 millimeters depending on the depth in the core. mineralogic data were collected using X-ray diffraction and grain-size analysis were done at various depths. These data are used to interpret the Holocene and late Pleistocene hydrology and paleoclimate of the lake and the region. The interpretation can be found in: Rosen, M.R., Reidy, L., Starratt, S., Zimmerman, S., in review, Middle Holocene...