2 edition of paleolimnological comparison of Burntside and Shagawa Lakes, northeastern Minnesota found in the catalog.
paleolimnological comparison of Burntside and Shagawa Lakes, northeastern Minnesota
J. Platt Bradbury
by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Envirommental Research Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Corvallis, Ore, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by J. Platt Bradbury ..|
|Series||Ecological research series ; EPA-600/3-78-004|
|Contributions||Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
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EPA/ January A PALEOLIMNOLOGICAL COMPARISON OF BURNTSIDE AND SHAGAWA LAKES, NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA by J. Platt Bradbury U.S. Geological Survey BoxDenver Federal Center Denver, Colorado With pollen analyses by Jean C. Waddington Department of Geography University of Minnesota P.O.
04J1PO Project Officer Donald W. Paleolimnological comparison of Burntside and Shagawa Lakes, Northeastern Minnesota. Corvallis, Ore.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, (OCoLC) The paleolimnological records of Burntside and Shagawa Lakes in northeastern Minnesota reveal that these two adjacent lakes have been limnologically distinct for many years prior to the late 19th century activities of white men that polluted Shagawa Lake.
Although both lakes occur within the same vegetation type and share much of their water, the diatom stratigraphy of their bottom sediments Cited by: Abstract. Various limnological parameters have been measured in Shagawa Lake, a culturally eutrophic lake in northeastern Minnesota, from –Cited by: Paleolimnological Comparison Of Burntside And Shagawa Lakes, Northeastern Minnesota.
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BIRKS,2 M. WHITESIDE,3 DONNA M. STARK,4 AND R. BRIGHT5 Limnological Research Center, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota Received April 8, limnological study was undertaken to investigate changes in three Minnesota lakes.
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We used paleolimnological methods to evaluate historical water quality in Lake Thonotosassa, Hillsborough County, Florida, USA. Sediment mapping shows that organic deposits are unevenly distributed in the lake.
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