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Alteration of Nutrient Cycles and Algal Production Resulting from Fish Introductions into Mountain Lakes
Restoration of a Small High Mountain Lake after Recent Tourist Impact: The Importance of Limnological Monitoring and Palaeolimnology
NO3 Uptake in Shallow, Oligotrophic, Mountain Lakes: The Influence of Elevated NO3 Concentrations, credited to Lafrancois, Brenda Moraska, published in 2004. Published in Journal of the North American Benthological Society, volume 23, issue 3, on pages 397 - 415, in 2004.
Dissolved organic carbon concentration and phytoplankton biomass in high-mountain lakes of the Austrian Alps: Potential effect of climatic warming on UV underwater attenuation
Lake evolution in a semi-arid montane environment: Responses to catchment change and hydroclimatic variation
Twenty-two high-elevation lakes (> 3000 m) in Rocky Mountain National Park and Indian Peaks Wilderness Area, Colorado, were surveyed during summer 1998 to explore relationships among benthic invertebrates, water chemistry (particularly nitrate concentrations), and other environmental variables. Water samples were collected from the deepest portion of each lake and analyzed for ions and other water chemistry parameters. Benthic invertebrates were collected from the littoral zone using both a sweep net and Hess sampler. Physical and geographical measurements were derived from maps. Relationships among benthic invertebrate assemblages and environmental variables were examined using canonical correspondence analysis,...
Fluxes of semivolatile organochlorine compounds in Bow Lake, a high-altitude, glacier-fed, subalpine lake in the Canadian Rocky Mountains
Seasonal, annual and long-term variability in the water chemistry of a remote high mountain lake: Acid rain versus natural changes
Diet of Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus (L.)) and brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) in sympatry in two high altitude alpine lakes