David M. Warner

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Aquatic food webs that incorporate multiple energy channels (e.g., nearshore benthic and pelagic) with varying productivity and turnover rates convey stability to biological communities by providing independent energy sources. Within the Lake Michigan food web, invasive dreissenid mussels have caused rapid changes to food web structure and potentially(More)
Since Pacific salmon stocking began in Lake Michigan, managers have attempted to maintain salmon abundance at high levels within what can be sustained by available prey fishes, primarily Alewife Alosa pseudoharengus. Chinook Salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha are the primary apex predators in pelagic Lake Michigan and patterns in their prey selection (by(More)
PREVious investigation by Simon, Bonting, and Hawkins (1962) indicated that intravenous cardiac glycosides caused a significant fall in the rate of aqueous humour formation in the cat eye. Langham (1963), using rabbits and cats, and Becker (1963), using rabbits, were not able to demonstrate this effect. Becker, using an intravitreal injection of cardiac(More)