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In 2011, Lake Erie experienced the largest harmful algal bloom in its recorded history, with a peak intensity over three times greater than any previously observed bloom. Here we show that long-term trends in agricultural practices are consistent with increasing phosphorus loading to the western basin of the lake, and that these trends, coupled with(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o Keywords: Lake Erie Hypoxia Phosphorus load targets Best management practices Relieving phosphorus loading is a key management tool for controlling Lake Erie eutrophication. During the 1960s and 1970s, increased phosphorus inputs degraded water quality and reduced central basin hypolimnetic oxygen levels which, in turn, eliminated(More)
Renewed harmful algal blooms and hypoxia in Lake Erie have drawn significant attention to phosphorus loads, particularly increased dissolved reactive phosphorus (DRP) from highly agricultural watersheds. We use the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) to model DRP in the agriculture-dominated Sandusky watershed for 1970-2010 to explore potential reasons(More)
a quarterly review of waterfowl, wetland and conservation literature Volume 15, Number 4 selected by the Institute for Wetland and Waterfowl Research Publications below are available by contacting Ian Glass at the IWWR Library (204-467-3276, i_glass@ducks.ca) 2014. Random placement models predict species-area relationships in duck communities despite(More)
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