Factors affecting abundances of common littoral fishes in central Ontario lakes.
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Sep 01,  · To assess the relative importance of lake chemistry, morphometry and zoogeography on limnetic zooplankton, we collected zooplankton, water, and morphometric data from headwater Canadian Shield lakes in 6 regions across north-central Ontario. A subset of these lakes (n = 52) were fished with gill nets. We clustered lakes based on their zooplankton species composition Cited by: The response of LiFI index to TP was evident. Still, some littoral sites were classified below Good (LiFI value Cited by: 4. Sampling the abundances of fish species in this area, thus, is also very important in determining yearly changes in fish abundances. To monitor yearly changes in littoral fish abundances, fyke nets are deployed at six sampling sites in all 11 LTER study lakes. Temporal changes in mercury concentrations of large-bodied fishes in the boreal shield ecoregion of northern Ontario, Canada We selected Ontario lakes located north of 46° latitude, which largely defines the southern boundary of the boreal ecoregion. P.J. DillonClimate effects on sulphate flux from forested catchments in south-central Cited by:

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Microfaunal communities were studied in littoral (inshore) and limnetic (offshore) areas of the lower basin in Lake Mead to compare species composition and abundance between the two zones. Planktonic forms (zooplankton) dominated inshore and offshore habitats and the occurrence of littoral species was low. Therefore, high similarity in zooplankton species composition was found among all Cited by: 1. There are many different kinds of biotic factors in kauainenehcp.com factors are defined as any living organism that affects the way the ecosystem works. Some biotic factors include producers like cattails, bullrushes, and lily pads. some secondary consumers include mallard ducks and small fish. a tertiary consumer example would be a heron. and ecology of the common crustacean species. The University of Wisconsin Press. Madison, Wisconsin. The users of this Guide should be aware of the primary factors complicating taxonomic decisions. lakes, located in Northeastern Ontario, Canada, as of and is based upon the classification outlined by Smith (). Despite current anthropogenic alterations to riparian areas and littoral zones of lakes, little information is available on how human-induced alterations affect lacustrine habitat use by many piscivorous birds in northern Wisconsin, USA. The influence of lake characteristics and human disturbance on species richness and the presence of seven species of piscivorous birds was determined on 98 Cited by: