Bacterial Populations in an Anthropogenically Disturbed Stream: Comparison of Different Seasons

  title={Bacterial Populations in an Anthropogenically Disturbed Stream: Comparison of Different Seasons},
  author={Michael J. Lemke and L. Leff},
  journal={Microbial Ecology},
To determine the effects of environmental changes on stream bacterial populations, assemblage- and population-level measurements were compared between an anthropogenically disturbed stream and an undisturbed reference stream during different seasons. Physical and chemical variables monitored at two disturbed sites from a stream affected by multiple environmental perturbations confirmed discernibly different water quality from three reference sites: two from an adjacent, undisturbed watershed… CONTINUE READING
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