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  • Martin T. Auer
  • Steven W. Effler
  • Michelle L. Storey
  • Susan D. Connors
  • Philip Sze
  • Clifford A. Siegfried
  • Nancy A. Auer
  • John D. Madsen
  • R. Michael Smart
  • Lawrence W. Eichler
  • Charles W. Boylen
  • Jeffrey W. Sutherland
  • Jay A. Bloomfield
  • Bruce A. Wagner
  • Robert Danehey
  • Neil A. Ringler
  • Christopher Gandino
  • Pradeep Hirethota
  • Peter Tango
  • Mark A. Arrigo
  • Charles Morgan
  • Christopher Millard
  • Margaret Murphy
  • Ronald J. Sloan
  • Stephen L. Niehaus
  • Keith A. Whitehead
Part of the Springer Series on Environmental Management book series (SSEM)

Abstract

The phytoplankton, the algae of the open water, consists of a diverse assemblage of forms, representing all major taxonomic groups. These forms have different physiological requirements, and thereby respond differently to such physical and chemical parameters as light, temperature, and nutrient regime (Wetzel 1983). Furthermore the phytoplankton are often influenced by grazing and other biological interactions. Coexistence of a number of species is generally observed at any given time, although major transformations in the assemblage occur seasonally in temperate lakes as a result of changes in important regulating conditions. This periodicity in the phytoplankton tends to be reasonably constant from year to year for a particular lake unless substantial perturbations are experienced. Such perturbations can be expected to be commonplace in a polluted and culturally eutrophic lake such as Onondaga Lake, where material loadings (Chapter 3) and in-lake concentrations of pollutants continue to change (see Chapter 5).

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Brown Trout Fecal Coliform Largemouth Bass Yellow Perch White Perch 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Martin T. Auer
  • Steven W. Effler
  • Michelle L. Storey
  • Susan D. Connors
  • Philip Sze
  • Clifford A. Siegfried
  • Nancy A. Auer
  • John D. Madsen
  • R. Michael Smart
  • Lawrence W. Eichler
  • Charles W. Boylen
  • Jeffrey W. Sutherland
  • Jay A. Bloomfield
  • Bruce A. Wagner
  • Robert Danehey
  • Neil A. Ringler
  • Christopher Gandino
  • Pradeep Hirethota
  • Peter Tango
  • Mark A. Arrigo
  • Charles Morgan
  • Christopher Millard
  • Margaret Murphy
  • Ronald J. Sloan
  • Stephen L. Niehaus
  • Keith A. Whitehead

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