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Sensitivity of Ancient Lake Ohrid to Local Anthropogenic Impacts and Global Warming
ABSTRACT Human impacts on the few ancient lakes of the world must be assessed, as any change can lead to an irreversible loss of endemic communities. In such an assessment, the sensitivity of Lake
Mitochondrial DNA differentiation between two forms of trout Salmo letnica, endemic to the Balkan Lake Ohrid, reflects their reproductive isolation
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It is demonstrated that a single duplication of the approximately 82 bp repeat unit is a common element of the salmonid mitochondrial control region and represents a highly valuable genetic resource that deserves appropriate management and conservation.
Watershed management in the Lake Ohrid region of Albania and Macedonia
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Harmonizing Albanian and Macedonian laws and regulations may be the Lake Ohrid Conservation Project’s greatest challenge, particularly on fisheries and wastewater treatment issues.
A summary of the environmental and socio-economic characteristics of the Crna Reka (Crna River) watershed, Macedonia
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The Monitoring Programme of the Lake Ohrid Conservation Project
The significance of Lake Ohrid as an unique aquatic ecosystem is well known not only to the people of its border countries of Albania and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), but also
CHANGES IN THE SPAWNING ECOLOGY OF THE LAKE OHRID TROUT , Salmo letnica ( Karaman )
The Lake Ohrid fish fauna is represented with 17 autochtonous species from four families: Salmonidae (2), Cyprinidae (12), Cobitidae (2) and Anguillidae (1). Among them the most important, as from
An alien species or another perspective to the freshwater gobies puzzle: a new finding in Lake Prespa
* Correspondence: blagoja.t@hio.edu.mk The Gobiidae family (gobies) is a large family with mostly marine and brackish water species, and a smaller number of freshwater species1. The European gobiid