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vegetation dynamics of a freshwater estuary on Lake Erie

Robert S Whyte

vegetation dynamics of a freshwater estuary on Lake Erie

the Old Women Creek State Nature Preserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve, Huron, Ohio

by Robert S Whyte

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vegetation dynamics -- Ohio,
  • Plants -- Variation -- Ohio,
  • Botany

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert S. Whyte
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 372 leaves :
    Number of Pages372
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15003559M

      Bob DowningHURON: An estuary is simply a coastal place that’s in between. The Old Woman Creek estuary is different from Lake Erie, and different from other streams that empty into the lake on Ohio’s North Coast. The estuary’s water is generally brackish and chemically different from the lake and the creek. The coastal sanctuary in north-central Ohio . For example, Muylaert et al. () used multiple regression to study variation of the phytoplankton community in a freshwater tidal estuary. Phytoplankton dynamics were shown to be controlled by varying irradiance, temperature, and salinity. However more than 40% of species variation remained unexplained.

    Abiotic and biotic controls of phytoplankton biomass dynamics in a freshwater tributary, estuary, and large lake ecosystem: Sandusky Bay (Lake Erie) chemostat. Inland Waters , 7 (4), DOI: / Katie L. .   We used a decadal data set, with weekly to biweekly sampling in April—October and monthly sampling in November—March, to characterize climatic (hurricane‐level storms, a sustained 3‐yr drought) and anthropogenic influences on N and P concentrations and loadings to a large eutrophic, poorly flushed estuary, the Neuse Estuary of the Albemarle—Pamlico .

    @article{osti_, title = {Nutrient dynamics of freshwater riverine marshes and the role of emergent macrophytes}, author = {Klopatek, J M}, abstractNote = {The open characteristics of freshwater riverine marshes result in a continual subsidy and withdrawal of nutrients, with the specific patterns within any wetland being dependent on seasonal hydrological fluctuations . As a transition zone between land and water, the site contains a variety of habitats including marshes and swamps, upland forests, open waters of the estuary, tributary streams, barrier beach and near shore Lake Erie. The Reserve supports a diverse and important assemblage of native plants and animals representative of freshwater estuaries.


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Vegetation dynamics of a freshwater estuary on Lake Erie by Robert S Whyte Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lake Erie resulting from wind and wave activity may facilitate the movement of plant fragments into the wetland. Periodic inspection of the OWC barrier beach between and often revealed plant fragments washed onto the beach.

The importance of the sand-barrier beach as a mechanism regulating estuary dynamics has been discussed in a number. Abiotic and biotic controls of phytoplankton biomass dynamics in a freshwater tributary, estuary, and large lake ecosystem: Sandusky Bay (Lake Erie) chemostat Article Full-text available.

PRIMARY PRODUCTION The recent high-water levels in Lake Erie have re sulted in a decrease of macrophyte vegetation in OWC estuary. Presently, the estuary is an algal based system. Reeder and Mitsch () estimated annual planktonic and macrophyte productivity to be ca.

and 75 g carbon e m 2e yr by:   The vegetation dynamics of a freshwater estuary on Lake Erie: The Old Woman Creek State Nature Preserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve, Huron, Ohio.

Ph.D. Dissertation. Miami University, Oxford, OH, by: The Vegetation Dynamics of a Freshwater Estuary on Lake Erie: The Old Woman Creek State Nature Preserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve, Huron, OH. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Botany, Miami University, pp.

Whyte, R. S., D. Francko, &. Gillnet saturation in Lake Erie: effects of soak time and fish accumulation on catch-per-unit-effort of walleye and yellow perch. North American Journal of Fisheries Management **Li, Y., Jiao, Y., and Reid, K.

Assessment of landed and non-landed by-catch of walleye, yellow perch and white perch from the commercial gillnet. A coastal wetland along Lake Erie (Ohio, U.S.A.) was studied to determine hydrologic and phosphorus budgets and spatial and temporal variation of phosphorus and related chemical parameters.

The wetland was influenced by changing Lake Erie water levels, seiches, shifting shoreline sediments, and watershed inflow during a year of severe drought. The water budget. AbstractClimate change and human overexploitation of freshwaters jointly lead to extreme fluctuations in lake water levels.

The latter induces changes in the structure and availability of littoral habitats, thereby affecting fish that reproduce in the littoral zone. Recent increased water level fluctuations in Lake Kinneret, Israel, provided an opportunity to evaluate the impacts of. Xin-Li Wen, Ying-Hao Xue, Gen Zhang, Xian-Ling Xiang, Yi-Long Xi, Ecological mechanisms regulating the dynamics of the field rotifer population in a subtropical lake: evidence from the density, reproduction, and morphology of a case rotifer, Brachionus angularis, Journal of Freshwater Ecology, /, 34, 1, (), ().

Pond Weed Identification and Aquatic Weed Types. Ponds grow a variety of pond weed types, many of which look similar. The aquatic weed identification information below lists the most common weed types -- including emergent, submerged, and floating weeds -- to help you explore and identify aquatic weeds in your pond or lake.

For those looking for weed control solutions, Lake. An estuary is an area where a freshwater river or stream meets the ocean. When freshwater and seawater combine, the water becomes brackish, or slightly salty.

View Article. Download Citation | Patterns of Dissolved Oxygen, Productivity and Respiration in Old Woman Creek Estuary, Erie County, Ohio during Low and High Water Conditions |.

Whyte The Vegetation Dynamics of a Freshwater Estuary on Lake Erie: The Old Woman Creek State Nature Preserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve, Huron, Ohio. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University, Doctoral thesis.

Google Scholar. Managing and mitigating the global expansion of toxic cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms (CyanoHABs) is a major challenge facing researchers and water resource managers. Various approaches, including nutrient load reduction, artificial mixing and flushing, omnivorous fish removal, algaecide applications and sediment dredging, have been used to reduce bloom.

Abiotic and biotic controls of phytoplankton biomass dynamics in a freshwater tributary, estuary, and large lake ecosystem: Sandusky Bay (Lake Erie) chemostat. Inland Waters7 (4), DOI: / Vegetation Dynamics - Documenting Change: Lake Erie, Barrier-Beach, and Mouth of Wetland Star Island INTRODUCTION The Old Woman Creek National Estuarine Research Reserve (OWC-NERR) and State Nature Preserve represents one of the few remaining undeveloped coastal wetland systems along the southern shore of Lake Erie.

Too many fish varieties live in lakes to be listed here. Lake fish include trout, salmon, bass, catfish and perch.

The northern pike is a common freshwater fish found in lakes all over the world. In the United States, major northern pike populations live in the Great Lakes Basin, New England, Alaska, Arizona and even northern New Mexico.

Lake Erie and the Gulf of Mexico represent freshwater and marine habitats where phosphorus control and storm water runoff pose significant environmental challenges. Rivers and Streams Rivers and streams are continuously moving bodies of water that carry large amounts of water from the source, or headwater, to a lake or ocean.

Seasonal and interannual effects of hypoxia on fish habitat quality in central Lake Erie. Freshwater Biol The effects of drying and re-flooding on the sediment and soil nutrient dynamics of lowland river-floodplain systems: a synthesis. effects on deoxygenation in an Australian estuary. Marine and Freshwater Resea Along Lake Superior, marshes occur only behind protective barrier beaches or at stream mouths.

In contrast, the horizontally deposited marine and nearshore sedimentary rocks underlying Lakes Michigan, Huron, St. Clair, Erie, and Ontario provide broad zones of shallow water and fine-textured substrates for marsh development. 1. Sediment resuspension dynamics were investigated in relation to changes in water column nutrients (TP, TN, PO 4 ‐P, NO 3 ‐N and NH 4 ‐N), chlorophyll a and phaeopigment in seven shallow (Z m.

Cyanobacteria clog Lake Erie, which is about 92 km wide, in this satellite image. Credit: Richard Stumpf. “Harmful algal blooms are one of the worst water quality issues that we need to deal with across the globe,” says Diane Orihel, an aquatic ecologist at the University of U.S. economy loses $2 billion per year from damages that require expensive .Green Bay has sometimes been referred to as the largest freshwater “estuary” in the world.

Its watershed, much of it in intensive agriculture, comprises one-third of the Lake Michigan basin and delivers one-third of the lake's total phosphorus load.