Lake Winnipeg biome - Reference list

    Lake Winnipeg biome – Reference list

    1. Bajkov, A. 1930. Biological conditions of Manitoba lakes. Contrib. Can. Biol. Fish. 5(12): 382-422.

    2. Patalas, K. 2007. Lake Winnipeg, remnant of glacial Lake Agassiz, an efficient dispersal route of planktonic crustaceans through central and northern Canada. AEHMS Volume 9, Issue 3.

    3. Moeller, P.D. R., K.R. Beauchesne, K.M. Huncik, W.C. Davis, S.J. Christopher, P. Riggs-Gelasco and A.K. Gelasco. 2007. Metal complexes and free radical toxins produced by Pfiesteria piscicida. Environ. Sci. Technol., 41(4); 1166-1172

    4. Franzin, W. 2005. Fishes Of The Lake Winnipeg Basin, Their Temperature Tolerances And Potential Effects Of Climate Warming On Populations. Report prepared for Fisheries and Oceans Canada for submission to Natural Resources Canada Climate Change Action Fund.

    5. Giberson, D.J., D.M. Rosenberg, and A.P. Wiens. 1992. Long-term abundance patterns of Hexagenia (Ephemeroptera: Ephemeridae) in Southern Indian Lake, Manitoba: responses to weather and hydroelectric development. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. #1837.

    6. Kling, H. 2007. Lake Winnipeg Phytoplankton Summary: 1969 –. In Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium 2007 Science Forum proceedings reported to Manitoba Hydro.

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