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The effects of increasing chloride concentrations and temperatures on freshwater zooplankton communities
Across the Northern Hemisphere, chloride concentrations in lakes are increasing from decades of road salt use, imperiling aquatic ecosystems. Elevated chloride concentrations threaten aquatic organisms, and zooplankton are ...
The Effects of Thermal Habitat and Macroinvertebrate Predation on the Crustacean Zooplankton Community of a Small Boreal Shield Lake
Climate change will affect all freshwater ecosystems via both direct physiological and indirect, biologically-mediated effects. Small lakes (< 10 ha) numerically dominate the Boreal Shield and represent an important habitat ...