Aquatic Problems Caused by Human Activities in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

@inproceedings{Schindler2000AquaticPC,
  title={Aquatic Problems Caused by Human Activities in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada},
  author={D. Schindler},
  year={2000}
}
  • D. Schindler
  • Published 2000
  • Abstract Despite their protected status, aquatic ecosystems of Banff National Park have been subjected to a number of human stresses. Largely as the result of stocking programs earlier in the century, 10 species of nonnative fishes now occur in the Park, while one endemic subspecies of fish has been extirpated, and 2 other species are threatened. A number of rare invertebrates occur in hot springs and caves, including one mollusk that is endangered. Key invertebrates were extirpated from a… CONTINUE READING
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