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A Species List and Pictorial Reference to the Phytoplankton of Central and Northern Canada - Part lI
(Department of Fisheries and the Environment, 1979-06)
This report lists 615 species of phytoplankton which have been found in lakes in central and northern Canada at eleven individual locations. Included for each species is a picture, size ranqe, location where it was found ...
Species composition and seasonal distribution of phytoplankton in the Experimental Lakes Area, northwestern Ontario
(Fisheries Research Board of Canada, 1972)
This report summarizes the phytoplankton communities of 35 Canadian Shield lakes located within the Experimental Lakes Area (ELA) near Kenora, Ontario. The lakes are representative of the area and the phytoplankton communities ...
Seasonal successions of phytoplankton in seven lake basins in the Experimental Lakes Area northwestern Ontario following artificial eutrophication
(Winnipeg, Man. : Freshwater Institute, 1975, 1975)
This report summarizes the changes in the phytoplankton communities of seven lake basins following artificial enrichment with nitrate, phosphate and carbon. Data presented comes from the studies of Lakes 227, 304, 226 ...
Experimental cropping of lakes. 3. Phytoplankton and zooplankton
Samples of phytoplankton were collected by a van Dorn sampler in 1972 and samples of zooplankton by a Wisconsin style net in 1971 and 1972 from Alexie, Baptiste, Chitty and Drygeese lakes near Yellowknife,Northwest ...
Primary production and related limnological data for some lakes of the Yellowknife, N.W.T. area
([Winnipeg, Man.] : Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans, 1985-12)
Physical, chemical, and biological data collected from Great Slave Lake and a series of smaller lakes in the Yellowknife area during the months of June, July and August of 1983 are described. Detailed descriptions of ...
Lake variability and climate research in northwestern Ontario : study design and 1985-1986 data from the Red Lake District
(Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans. Central and Arctic Region, 1989)
The design of the Freshwater Institute "Natural Variability and Climate Research" program is described. Detailed descriptions of field and laboratory methods used at the start of the program are given. Temperature profiles, ...