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INTERACTIONS BETWEEN NONNATIVE AMERICAN SHAD (ALOSA SAPIDISSIMA) AND FALL CHINOOK SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS TSHAWYTSCHA) IN LOWER COLUMBIA RIVER FOOD WEBS
Lower Columbia River Food Webs have undergone many changes resulting from impoundment, introduction of nonnatives, and supplementation with hatchery salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.). American Shad (Alosa sapidissima) are an ...
TRACKING LONG-DISTANCE DEPOSITION AND ASSIMILATION OF AIRBORNE SMELTER EMISSIONS IN NORTHEASTERN WASHINGTON LAKES USING LEAD ISOTOPE ANALYSIS
Metal pollution from mining and smelting operations into aquatic ecosystems can cause long-term biological impacts. Several studies have addressed the biological effects of both direct discharge of mining slag and diffuse ...
Influences of the environment and plankton community interactions on toxic cyanobacterial blooms in Vancouver Lake, Washington, a temperate shallow freshwater system
Occurrences of cyanobacterial blooms are in freshwater systems are increasing in frequency and intensity largely in response to urbanization of landscapes, eutrophication, and climate change. Cyanobacterial blooms negatively ...