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Planktonic Crustaceans in Lakes of Canada (Distribution of Species, Bibliography)
(Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans. Central and Arctic Region, 1994)
Maps of distribution of 84 species of cladocerans, cyclopoids and calanoids in lakes of Canada are based on the study of 878 lakes and review of literature on more than 1100 lakes situated in a wide range of latitude and ...
STATUS OF THE LAKE WINNIPEG PROJECT (NTS 62I, 62P, 63A, 63B, 63G AND 63H)
(Government of Manitoba, 1998)
The Lake Winnipeg Project was launched by the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) and Manitoba Geological Services Branch (MGSB) in 1994, with the support of Manitoba Hydro and the Manitoba Sustainable Development Innovations ...
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, ...
Evidence of impacts of human activities on the quality of Lake Winnipeg
(Department of Fisheries and Oceans, 2000-08)
Abstract of oral presentation to Manitoba Livestock Stewardship Initiative, August, 2000
Crustacean plankton in Lake Winnipeg: variation in space and time as a function of lake morphology, geology, and climate
(Department of Fisheries and Oceans, 1992)
Rivers draining different geologic basins have the most important impact on the formation of the planktonic community in Lake Winnipeg. Very diverse patterns of distribution of individual species reflected the complexity ...