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Identifying functional groups and ecological roles of tropical and subtropical freshwater Cladocera in Asia
Despite the increasing number of studies on use of a functional diversity approach in community ecology, minimal information is available on functional traits of zooplankton in tropical andExpand
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Dietary Habits and Distribution of Some Fish Species in the Pansipit River-Lake Taal Connection, Luzon Island, Philippines
The interface between lakes and their outlet rivers is an interesting research site for fish community dynamics because it is immediately exposed to disturbances in lake ecosystems. In this paper,Expand
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Taxonomy and distribution of four Cladoceran families (Branchiopoda: Cladocera: Moinidae, Bosminidae, Chydoridae and Sididae) in Philippine inland waters
Cladocerans are one of the most abundant groups of zooplankton that serves as food for fishes and as an indicator of aquatic ecosystem health. This paper updates the diversity and distribution ofExpand
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Massive invasion of Arctodiaptomus dorsalis (Copepoda, Calanoida, Diaptomidae) in Philippine lakes: a threat to Asian zooplankton biodiversity?
A study originally intended to update the systematics and zoogeography of calanoid copepods in Philippine lakes has led to the discovery of an invasion by the Neotropical Arctodiaptomus dorsalis. ItExpand
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Long-Term Changes in the Diet of Gymnogobius isaza from Lake Biwa, Japan: Effects of Body Size and Environmental Prey Availability
Body size and environmental prey availability are both key factors determining feeding habits of gape-limited fish predators. However, our understanding of their interactive or relative effects isExpand
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Alaska harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) contaminants: A review with annotated bibliography
The numbers of harbor seals (Phoca vitulina) have declined steadily and substantially over the last two decades in the Central and Western Gulf of Alaska, including Prince William Sound. Although theExpand
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Blooms of the Colonial Green Algae, Botryococcus braunii Kützing, in Paoay Lake, Luzon Island, Philippines
Blooms of the colonial green algae, Botryococcus braunii, have been widely known to exert toxic effects on a variety of aquatic organisms and have been noted to cause fish deaths in someExpand
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Establishing the impacts of freshwater aquaculture in tropical Asia: the potential role of palaeolimnology
Freshwater aquaculture is an important source of protein worldwide. Over-exploitation of fisheries can, however, add severely to pressures on ecosystem functioning and services. In Southeast Asia,Expand
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