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The Offshore Sediments of Lake Winnipeg
(Fisheries and Marine Service, 1979-12)
Early explorers passing through the Lake Winnipeg watershed occasionally commented on the muddy waters of the lake and the Red River (Ross 1856, p. 9; Palliser's Journals of 1857- 1860 in Spry 1968, p. 11,88,.94; Upham ...
The Attenuation of Light In Lake Winnipeg Waters
(Fisheries and Marine Service, 1979-09)
Lake Winnipeg water is usually turbid, and little light penetrates into the lake. Secchi disc visibility varied from 0.1 t 1.0 m in the south basin and 0.5 to 2.6 m in the north basin. Horizontal extinction coefficients ...
Morphometry, Hydrology, and Watershed Data Pertinent to the Limnology of Lake Winnipeg
(Department of Fisheries and Oceans, 1980-04)
Morphometric, hydrologic, and climatic data for Lake Winnipeg and its watershed are given. Over half the annual water supply to the lake comes from eastern Precambrian Shield rivers, which drain only 18% of the total lake ...
Cesium-137, radium-226, potassium-40 and selected stable elements in fish populations from Great Slave Lake (N.W.T), Louis Lake (Saskatchewan), Lake Winnipeg (Manitoba), and Experimental Lakes Areas (Northwestern Ontario)
(Department of Fisheries and Oceans, 1981-10)
Activities of 137 Cs, resulting from globally distributed atmospheric fallout, and natural activities of 226 Ra and 40 K were determined for nine species of fish from five lakes in the Northwest Territories, Manitoba, ...