Applications of Paleolimnology to Sockeye Lakes

MacDuffee, M and E. MacIssac. 2009.  Applications of paleolimnology to sockeye salmon nursery lakes and ecosystems in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska: Proceedings of a workshop at the Institute of Ocean Sciences.  Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2847.  Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Applications of Paleolimnology to Sockeye Salmon Nursery Lakes and Ecosystems in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska: Proceedings of a Workshop at the Institute of Ocean Sciences, October 8-9, 2008 (PDF)

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