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Bacterial community structure in a latitudinal gradient of lakes: the roles of spatial versus environmental factors
SUMMARY 1. We analysed the latitudinal variation of bacterioplankton in 45 freshwater environments (lakes, shallow lakes and ponds) across a transect of more than 2100 km stretching from ArgentineanExpand
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Algal assemblages from shallow lakes of the Salado River Basin (Argentina)
Within the framework of a floristic and ecological survey on the phytoplankton communities of shallow lakes of the Salado River Basin (Argentina), algal assemblages were compared by means of aExpand
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Variation in phytoplankton composition and limnological features in a water-water ecotone of the Lower Paraná Basin (Argentina)
The study site is located on the left margin of the Paraná River (33° 15' S; 60° 30' W). In this work, we provide information of a spatial gradient. between the main channel and a shallow lakeExpand
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Phytoplankton communities in relation to trophic status in lakes from Hope Bay (Antarctic Peninsula)
Nine lakes and ponds of Hope Bay (Antarctic Peninsula), with different trophic status were surveyed during four summer periods between 1991 and 1996. Some limnological features and the structure ofExpand
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Picoplankton structure in clear and turbid eutrophic shallow lakes: A seasonal study
Abstract The relative abundance of the different picoplankton components (eukaryotic picophytoplankton (Peuk), picocyanobacteria (Pcy) and bacterioplankton), and their relationships with the lakeExpand
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Comparative analysis of bacterioplankton assemblages from maritime Antarctic freshwater lakes with contrasting trophic status
The bacterioplankton assemblages of eight maritime Antarctic lakes with a wide range of trophic status and geographic span (six lakes from Hope Bay, Antarctic Peninsula and two from Potter Peninsula,Expand
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The role of physical stability on the establishment of steady states in the phytoplankton community of two Maritime Antarctic lakes
Two Antarctic lakes near Hope Bay were studied during summers 1998 and 1999. One of the lakes (Boeckella) is located near Esperanza Station and exhibits a meso-eutrophic condition due to the input ofExpand
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Experimental study of the zooplankton impact on the trophic structure of phytoplankton and the microbial assemblages in a temperate wetland (Argentina)
Abstract An experimental study using mesocosms was conducted in the main shallow lake of a temperate wetland (Otamendi Natural Reserve, Argentina) to analyse the impact of zooplankton onExpand
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Responses of a Maritime Antarctic lake to a catastrophic draining event under a climate change scenario
The limnological features of Lake Boeckella, the main water body of Esperanza/Hope Bay (Antarctic Peninsula), were evaluated over a 16-year period, under a climate change context evidenced by theExpand
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