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Recovery of zooplankton communities from acidification in Killarney Park, Ontario, 1972-2000 pH 6 as a recovery goal


Recovery of zooplankton communities from acidification in Killarney Park, Ontario, 1972-2000 pH 6 as a recovery goal



Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts 86: 115




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