Whole-lake addition of coarse woody habitat: response of fish populations

@article{Sass2011WholelakeAO,
  title={Whole-lake addition of coarse woody habitat: response of fish populations},
  author={Greg G. Sass and Stephen R. Carpenter and Jereme W Gaeta and James F. Kitchell and Tyler D. Ahrenstorff},
  journal={Aquatic Sciences},
  year={2011},
  volume={74},
  pages={255-266}
}
Lakeshore residential development (LRD) reduces coarse woody habitat (CWH) in lakes resulting in negative effects on fishes. We tested whether the addition of CWH could reverse those effects. We added CWH to Camp Lake, a lake with CWH abundances similar to developed lakes, following 2 years of study of the fish populations in the reference and treatment basins. Both basins were monitored for 4 years following the manipulation. Specifically, we tested for changes in the population dynamics… CONTINUE READING

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