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The Role of Chironomids as Paleoecological Indicators of Eutrophication in Shallow Lakes Across a Broad Latitudinal Gradient
The aquatic larvae of chironomids (Diptera, Chironomidae) were historically classified according to lake trophic status, and taxa classified as “eutrophic” were labeled as such because of adaptations for surviving hypoxic ...
The Response of Discostella Species to Climate Change at the Experimental Lakes Area, Canada
Global climate change is threatening both our water quality and quantity. Specifically, the influence of climate change on freshwater lakes includes decreased water availability, increased evapotranspiration, changes in ...
Diatom-Inferred Changes in Effective Moisture From Gall Lake, Northwestern, Ontario, Over the Past Two Millennia
The boreal forest of Canada extends across 58% of Canada’s land area providing a large range of ecosystem services including flood control, water filtration, and carbon storage. Despite conservation efforts to protect this ...