Rapid Ecological Shift Following Piscivorous Fish Introduction to Increasingly Eutrophic and Warmer Lake Furnas (Azores Archipelago, Portugal): A Paleoecological Approach

@article{Buchaca2011RapidES,
  title={Rapid Ecological Shift Following Piscivorous Fish Introduction to Increasingly Eutrophic and Warmer Lake Furnas (Azores Archipelago, Portugal): A Paleoecological Approach},
  author={Teresa Buchaca and Tue Skov and Susanne Lildal Amsinck and V{\'i}tor Gonçalves and Jos{\'e} Manuel Azevedo and Thorbj\orn Joest Andersen and Erik Jeppesen},
  journal={Ecosystems},
  year={2011},
  volume={14},
  pages={458-477}
}
Lake ecosystems are nowadays often subjected to multi-stressors, such as eutrophication, climate change, and fish manipulations, the effects of which can be difficult to disentangle, not least from the usual short-term limnological time-series that are available. However, multi-proxy paleoecological approaches may offer such opportunities, especially in the study of remote island lakes characterized by being species poor and buffered somewhat against the recent climate change. We used a… CONTINUE READING
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