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Movement, resource use, and life history strategies of Black Bay Walley (Sander vitreus)
Resource distribution across the landscape can drive movement strategy selection, from sedentary to highly mobile individuals. When paired with other forms of analysis, movement ecology can provide insight into the resource ...
Efficacy of various Hypholoma spp. and Phlebiopsis gigantea as biocontrol agents against root rotting fungi Armillaria ostoyae
Conifer plantations are thinned to maximise production of high-quality timber for lumber, fire wood, and utility poles. However, thinning increases susceptibility to pathogens such as Armillaria ostoyae, a native basidiomycete ...
Evaluating spatial variation in food web connectivity and energetics within the Lake Superior fish community
Habitat coupling integrates energy between habitats, a process known to contribute to food web stability, and has been observed in Lake Superior. The degree of coupling differs among species, but the extent to which it may ...
Studies on phosphate solubilizing bacteria from two lakes in central southern Ontario
It has been well documented that phosphorus pollution has been one of the most significant factors inhibiting aquatic health on Lake Simcoe. However, reports on the impacts of microbial contribution to phosphorus levels ...
Density-dependent habitat selection alters fitness in a clonal hexapod
Density-dependent habitat selection shapes the distribution and abundance of organisms and thus informs our understanding of the eco-evolutionary process. When habitat choice is contingent on an individual’s expectation ...
Wild rice (Zizania palustris L.) re-establishment through mechanical removal of invasive cattails (Typha angustifolia L.)
Re-establishment of wild rice following the removal of the invasive cattail, Typha angustifolia, was examined in a traditional and culturally important stand of wild rice belonging to the Seine River First Nation on Rainy ...