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Effects of an invasive consumer on zooplankton communities are unaltered by nutrient inputs
Interactions between multiple anthropogenic stressors can have unexpected synergistic or antagonistic effects, making it difficult to predict their combined effect using single stressor studies. The interaction between ...
The Effects of the Non-Native Invertebrate Predator Bythotrephes Longimanus and Declining Aqueous Calcium on Crustacean Zooplankton Communities in Canadian Shield lakes
Over the last several decades, human activities have resulted in environmental changes that have increased the number of stressors that can act on a single environment. In Canadian Shield lakes, two recent stressors, the ...
Assessing the chemical and biological recovery of Killarney Provincial Park lakes from historical acidification
Since the mid 1900s, acidification has impacted water quality and threatened the ecological integrity of thousands of lakes and streams across Eastern North America and Europe. After the implementation of industrial emission ...