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View Resource Limnology

Limnology is a discipline that concerns the study of in-land waters (both saline and fresh), specifically lakes, ponds and rivers (both natural and manmade), including their biological, physical,...

http://lakes.chebucto.org/swcs-limne.html
View Resource Introduction to Bacillariophyta (The Diatoms)

The Bacillariophyta are the diatoms. With their exquisitely beautiful silica shells, or frustules such as that of Odontella shown above at right, diatoms are among the loveliest microfossils. They...

http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/chromista/bacillariophyta.html
View Resource Nab the Aquatic Invader

Nab the Aquatic Invader! is a fun way to learn about aquatic invaders. By using this site you can check out lots of unusual species that create real problems in the Atlantic, Pacific, Gulf, and Great...

http://www.sgnis.org/kids/
View Resource Occurrence of Endocrine Active Compounds and Biological Responses in the Mississippi River - Study Design and Data, June through August 2006

Concern that selected chemicals in the environment may act as endocrine active compounds in aquatic ecosystems is widespread; however, few studies have examined the occurrence of endocrine active...

http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/368/
View Resource Fish Management in New York Ponds

This site was developed by the New York Fisheries Extension and the Cornell Cooperative Extension. The site includes sections on pond habitat assessment, fish management, farm pond management,...

http://www.dnr.cornell.edu/ext/fish/pond1.htm
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