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Lakes on the Edge: Consequences of Shoreline Urbanization in the Pacific Northwest

Show simple item record Francis, Tessa 2011-06-03T22:20:28Z 2011-06-03T22:20:28Z 2008-02-14
dc.description.abstract Francis will address the question: What are the consequences of lakeshore development for aquatic habitats, communities, and food webs? She will describe research comparing developed lakes to undeveloped lakes. This research examines several factors, such as algae, septic system and sewer effluents, nutrients, reduction of woody debris, depletion of riparian forests and habitats, sediment organic matter, invertebrate community shifts, fish diet and growth, and benthic carbon. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher University of Washington Water Center en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries 2008 Annual Review of Research;Francis
dc.subject lakes en_US
dc.subject lentic systems en_US
dc.subject aquatic habitat en_US
dc.subject urbanization en_US
dc.subject urban development en_US
dc.subject food webs en_US
dc.subject algae and seaweeds en_US
dc.subject sewage effluent en_US
dc.subject sewage treatment en_US
dc.subject pollution load en_US
dc.subject riparian forests en_US
dc.subject riparian areas en_US
dc.subject dissolved organic matter en_US
dc.subject sediment contamination en_US
dc.subject water pollution en_US
dc.subject aquatic invertebrates en_US
dc.subject carbon en_US
dc.subject animal growth en_US
dc.subject feeding behavior en_US
dc.subject water en_US
dc.title Lakes on the Edge: Consequences of Shoreline Urbanization in the Pacific Northwest en_US
dc.type Presentation en_US
dc.type Recording, oral en_US

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