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The state of Lake Erie in 2004 / special editors, Jeffrey T. Tyson, Roy A. Stein, John M. Dettmers
Ann Arbor, MI : Great Lakes Fishery Commission, [2009]
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 4th Floor  SH219.7.E7 S73 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Fish communities -- Erie, Lake
Fishes -- Conservation -- Erie, Lake
Fishes -- Ecology -- Erie, Lake
Subject Erie, Lake -- Environmental conditions
Physical Description 124 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm
Note Also available on the Internet
"June 2009."
Includes bibliographical references (p. 109-124)
Contents Base of the Lake Erie food web / Timothy B. Johnson -- Linkages between oligotrophication and percid dynamics in Lake Erie / Stuart A. Ludsin ... [et al.] -- Status of warm-water and cool-water fish species in Lake Erie / Kevin A. Kayle -- Past and present salmonid community of Lake Erie / James L. Markham -- Burbot in Lake Erie / Mark A. Stapanian -- Progress toward habitat-related fish-community objectives / Jeffrey T. Tyson -- Past, present, and future of integrated sea lamprey management in Lake Erie / W. Paul Sullivan and Michael F. Fodale -- Can the invasive fish, the round goby, be controlled? / Lynda D. Corkum ... [et al.] -- Thiamine status of top predators in eastern Lake Erie, 1992-2004, and its relation to reproduction / John D. Fitzsimmons ... [et al.] -- Update on botulism in Lake Erie / Helen M. Domske
NOTE Gift from an anonymous donor, 2012
Series Special publication (Great Lakes Fishery Commission) ; 09-02
Alternate Author Tyson, Jeffrey T
Stein, Roy A
Dettmers, John M
Great Lakes Fishery Commission

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