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Chemoreception in invasive rusty crayfish (Orconectes rusticus): learning and adaptation in aquatic ecosystems of Northwestern Ontario
Crayfish utilize chemosensory cues, in addition to other sensory inputs, to mediate a variety of fundamental life processes. Exotic species, like the rusty crayfish (Orconectes rusticus), are known to employ a broader ...
Riparian vegetation response to clearcutting along small streams of boreal forest / by Shekhar R. Biswas.
In this thesis I examined three important ecological questions to understand the role of forest management disturbance on unmapped small stream riparian plant communities: I) how do small stream riparian plant communities ...
Water quality and toxicity investigations of two pit lakes at the former Steep Rock iron mines, near Atikokan, Ontario / by Andrea R. Goold.
Caland and Hogarth Pit Lakes formed after cessation of mining and dewatering efforts of open-pit iron mines, near Atikokan, Ontario. They were assessed for w ater quality changes since monitoring began in 1998. ...
Understorey plant regeneration after wildfire in the boreal borest of Northwestern Ontario / by Alexander J.A. Zeller.
The ecological patterns and processes of the boreal forest of northwestern Ontario are dominated by large-scale disturbances such as wildfire. These disturbances have the potential to control or affect the composition of ...
Influence of culverts on small stream fish communities in Northwestern Ontario / by Eric K. Berglund.
Stream crossings may alter fish habitat and fragment lotic environments, which could alter fish movement in stream reaches and lead to changes in fish community structure and population dynamics at the local and riverscape ...