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A PALEOLIMNOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF CLADOCERAN (BRANCHIOPODA, CRUSTACEA) ASSEMBLAGES IN SOFTWATER NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA) LAKES AND THEIR RESPONSES TO MULTIPLE STRESSORS
The Canadian province of Nova Scotia has an abundance of lakes impacted by multiple stressors, including acidification, lakewater calcium (Ca) decline, climate change, and fish introductions. In spite of this, little is ...
Assessing Biological Recovery of Cladocera from Sudbury-Area Lakes Using Paleolimnology
Lakes near Sudbury, Ontario, experienced widespread acidification and metal-contamination beginning in the late-19th century. These stressors caused extreme damage to regional aquatic systems and their catchments, with ...
Cladoceran Responses to Environmental Change in High Elevation Andean Lakes
Andean lakes are hotspots of biodiversity and serve as critical freshwater resources for millions of people. However, little information is available regarding their ecological responses to anthropogenic climate change, ...