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Some limnological observations on two Ethiopian hydroelectric reservoirs: Koka (Shewa administrative district) and Finchaa (Welega administrative district)
Koka Reservoir in the Ethiopian Rift Valley (altitude about 1600 m) appears to be similar to natural lakes in the region. Its water is turbid because of suspended inorganic material. At the time ofExpand
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Structure, dynamics and production of the benthic fauna in Lake Manitoba
The structure and diversity, including seasonal variation, and the energy budget of the benthic fauna in southern Lake Manitoba were studied and related to physical and chemical properties of theExpand
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Studies on Unionidae populations from the Crapina-Jijila complex of pools (Danube zone liable to inundation)
SummaryThis work represents the study of the structure, dynamics and functioning of some Unionidae populations of the Crapina-Jijila complex of pools, integrated into the zone liable to inundation ofExpand
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The benthic communities of the saline lakes Abijata and Shala (Ethiopia)
Lake Abijata lies in a shallow depression (maximum depth 8–9.5 m); the water is green with phytoplankton and it supports large fish and bird communities. Lake Shala lies in a deep caldera (maximumExpand
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The benthic communities of the saline lakes Abijata and Shala (Ethiopia)
Lake Abijata lies in a shallow depression (maximum depth 8–9.5 m); the water is green with phytoplankton and it supports large fish and bird communities. Lake Shala lies in a deep caldera (maximumExpand
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A horizontal gradient in zooplankton community structure, and its implications for the relationships among mesozooplankton, microzooplankton, and phytoplankton
Twelve Mile Bay is a long (about 16 km), narrow bay within Georgian Bay, Lake Huron, without a significant tributary and not strongly affected by cultural eutrophication. The Moon River Basin,Expand
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Invertebrate zooplankton predator composition and diversity in tropical lentic waters
Invertebrate zooplankton predators are generally less diverse in average species numbers in tropical than in temperate lakes and reservoirs. Predatory Copepoda which comprise the majority of limneticExpand
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Associations and distribution of benthic nematodes in the Ethiopian Rift Valley lakes
The nematode associations in six Ethiopian rift lakes, one man-made lake, and three crater lakes were studied and related to water conductivity, lake depth and sediment particle size. The lakesExpand
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