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Recent changes in Lake Erie (North Shore) phytoplankton

cumulative impacts of phosphorus loading reductions and the zebra mussel introduction

by K. H. Nicholls

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Published by Ministry of Environment and Energy] in [Toronto? .
Written in English


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Statementreport prepared by K.H. Nicholls and G.J. Hopkins.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23328718M
ISBN 100777813874

  Abstract Comparison of data compiled during the past 60 years with those from recent studies shows that major changes have occurred in the bottom and fish faunas of Lake Erie. The bottom fauna was formerly dominated by the nymphs of Hexagenia, but at present midge larvae and oligochaetes are most abundant. Blue pike (Stizostedion vitreum glaucum) Cited by: Erie Sailors, Central League (US) (, , , ) Erie Yankees, Canadian League () Erie Sailors, Middle Atlantic League (, , ).

Recruitment of burbot Lota lota in eastern Lake Erie, estimated by catches of age-4 burbot, was high during and then abruptly declined to low levels during The invasive round goby Neogobius melanostomus, a benthic species, was first collected in trawl assessments in eastern Lake Erie in , and was first found in stomachs of burbot in Cited by: 9. Lake Erie is important not just for its drinking water, beaches, swimming and boating, but for its fish. The number of anglers on Lake Erie is greater than any other of the Great Lakes. The lake, unfortunately, is famous for getting so polluted in the late ’s, one of its tributaries caught fire. The incident helped lead to the formation Author: Mary Ellen Geist.

Keeping to our promise to be the biggest and best walleye event on Lake Erie, this can be yours! That’s right, we are giving one lucky person the opportunity to own and operate this boat! The Walleye “Fall Brawl” 1st place winner will receive this package! Lake Erie exceeded historical records starting in early-May and these record-highs continued through summer (Figure 5). This resulted in above-record inflows from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario. In terms of magnitude, inflows from Lake Erie in May alone added the equivalent of cm (44 inches) of water to Lake Ontario.


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