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EFFECTS OF FLUORIDE EMISSIONS FROM A MODERN PRIMARY ALUMINUM SMELTER ON A LOCAL POPULATION OF WHITE-TAILED DEER (ODOCOILEUS VIRGINIANUS)
TLDR
The data obtained from this study indicated that the presence of a modern aluminum smelter caused a detectable increase in concentration of skeletal fluoride in the resident population of white-tailed deer, but that no adverse health effects were seen. Expand
Egg development, nymphal growth and life cycle strategies in Plecoptera
Interspecific and intraspecific differences in egg development, nymphal growth and the life cycles of Fennoscandian stoneflies are examined in relation to zoogeographical aspects and evolutionaryExpand
Effects of river regulation on the structure of a fast‐growing brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) population
TLDR
The growth rate of brown trout in the lake has improved from 1909 to 1961 and 1985, followed by a reduced spawning age, but due to increased human exploitation the average length of ascending fish and condition factor have altered little. Expand
Effect of stream regulation on population parameters of atlantic salmon [Salmo salar L.] in the river Lærdalselva, western Norway
The river Laerdalselva, West Norway, was regulated in the autumn of 1974. Regulation led to an increase in winter flow and a decrease in summer flow in a section where there was natural production ofExpand