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Delayed influence of dam storage and discharge on the determination of seasonal proliferations of Microcystis aeruginosa and Stephanodiscus hantzschii in a regulated river system of the lower Nakdong
This study presents the relationship between the dam hydrology and phytoplankton proliferations in a regulated river system in East Asia. A long-term ecological study reveals that multi-purpose damExpand
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Modelling Microcystis aeruginosa bloom dynamics in the Nakdong River by means of evolutionary computation and statistical approach
Dynamics of a bloom-forming cyanobacteria (Microcystis aeruginosa ) in a eutrophic river � /reservoir hybrid system were modelled using a genetic programming (GP) algorithm and multivariate linearExpand
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The Current Status of the Distribution of Introduced Fish in Large River Systems of South Korea
A nation-wide survey of introduced fish fauna in large river systems (>4th order streams, 28 sites, 9 river systems, total area 75,000 km 2 ) was conducted from July 1999 to January 2000 in SouthExpand
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Non-linear autoregressive modelling by Temporal Recurrent Neural Networks for the prediction of freshwater phytoplankton dynamics
This study was aimed at developing a Temporal Autoregressive Recurrent Neural Network (TARNN) model that could predict time-series changes of phytoplankton dynamics in a regulated river ecosystem inExpand
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River phytoplankton prediction model by Artificial Neural Network: Model performance and selection of input variables to predict time-series phytoplankton proliferations in a regulated river system
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A comparison between statistical regression model and Artificial Neural Network (ANN) is given on the effectiveness of ecological model of phytoplankton dynamics in a regulated river. Expand
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Winter diatom blooms in a regulated river in South Korea: explanations based on evolutionary computation
SUMMARY 1. An ecological model was developed using genetic programming (GP) to predict the time-series dynamics of the diatom, Stephanodiscus hantzschii for the lower Nakdong River, South Korea.Expand
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Application of DNA barcoding for identification of freshwater carnivorous fish diets: Is number of prey items dependent on size class for Micropterus salmoides?
Understanding predator–prey interactions is a major challenge in ecological studies. In particular, the accurate identification of prey is a fundamental requirement in elucidating food-web structure.Expand
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Role of macrophytes as microhabitats for zooplankton community in lentic freshwater ecosystems of South Korea
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We investigated zooplankton abundance and diversity, macrophyte characteristics (types, dry weight, and species number), and physicochemical parameters (water temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, conductivity, and chlorophyll a) by using the 1 × 1m quadrat method. Expand
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Search of optimal locations for species- or group-specific primer design in DNA sequences: Non-dominated Sorting Genetic Algorithm II (NSGA-II)
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Non-dominated Sorting Genetic Algorithm II (NSGA-II) to the problem of identifying appropriate locations in cytochrome oxidase I (COI) gene for species- or group-specific primer design. Expand
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Patterning limnological characteristics of the Chilika lagoon (India) using a self-organizing map
In this study, a self-organizing map (SOM) was utilized to classify habitats in the Chilika lagoon located in India, the largest lagoon ecosystem in Asia (maximum length, 64.3 km; mean width, 20.1Expand
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