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Academy of Natural Sciences
Diatoms of Low-Alkalinity Lakes in the Northeastern United States: Academy of Natural Sciences of Phila., Special Pub 18
Keith E. Camburn (au); Donald F. Charles (au)
Hardcover (no d.j.)
Diatoms are valuable ecological indicators. In lakes, diatoms accrue in sediments over time, providing a lasting record of response to changing environ. conditions. Data from analysis of this record can be used to address many environ. issues, incl. lake acidification, eutrophication and climate change. Successful use of diatoms to assess ecological conditions requires that taxa be identified correctly and that their ecological characteristics be known. This publication contains photomicrographs and ecological data for diatom taxa found in sediment samples collected from 116 lakes in the Adirondack Park, N.Y. The taxonomic and ecological info. is applicable to low-alkalinity lakes throughout the NE U.S. and SE Canada. 37 plates.
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