Fewer blue lakes and more murky lakes across the continental U.S.: Implications for planktonic food webs

Volume: 63, Issue: 6, Pages: 2661 - 2680
Published: Aug 21, 2018
Abstract
Elevated allochthonous inputs of organic matter are increasingly recognized as a driver of ecosystem change in lakes, particularly when concurrent with eutrophication. Evaluation of lakes in a nutrient‐color paradigm (i.e., based on total phosphorus and true color) enables a more robust approach to research and management. To assess temporal and spatial patterns in nutrient‐color status for U.S. lakes and associated food web attributes, we...
Paper Details
Title
Fewer blue lakes and more murky lakes across the continental U.S.: Implications for planktonic food webs
Published Date
Aug 21, 2018
Volume
63
Issue
6
Pages
2661 - 2680
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