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Benthic community response (primarily Chironomidae) to nutrient enrichment and alkalinization in shallow, soft water humic lakes

, : Benthic community response (primarily Chironomidae) to nutrient enrichment and alkalinization in shallow, soft water humic lakes. Hydrobiologia, 2151: 73-82

A comparison of the benthic fauna found in 2 shallow lakes in the New Jersey Pinelands, USA, illustrated the impact of elevated pH and nutrients caused by residential and agricultural disturbance on a naturally acidic, poorly buffered aquatic environment.

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Accession: 002763888

DOI: 10.1007/bf00005902

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