Reorganization of algal communities in the Lake of the Woods (Ontario, Canada) in response to turn-of-the-century damming and recent warming

@inproceedings{Rhland2010ReorganizationOA,
  title={Reorganization of algal communities in the Lake of the Woods (Ontario, Canada) in response to turn-of-the-century damming and recent warming},
  author={Kathleen M. Rϋhland and A. Melville Paterson and Kathryn E. Hargan and A. Paul Jenkin and Bev Clark and John P. Smol},
  year={2010}
}
Paleolimnological approaches were used to assess the ecological and environmental implications of diatom assemblage compositional changes recorded over the last , 200 yr from four sites in the Lake of the Woods (LoW), Ontario, Canada. Comparisons between a reference site (Whitefish Bay) and three disturbed sites (Bigstone Bay, Paleolimnological Project site No. 1, and Forrest Island) provide insights into the effects that multiple stressors (dam construction, total phosphorus [TP] changes, and… CONTINUE READING

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