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Published continuously since 1901 (under various titles), this monthly journal is the primary publishing vehicle for the multidisciplinary field of aquatic sciences. It publishes perspectives (syntheses, critiques, and re-evaluations), discussions (comments and replies), articles, and rapid communications, relating to current research on cells, organisms, populations, ecosystems, or processes that affect aquatic systems. The journal seeks to amplify, modify, question, or redirect accumulated knowledge in the field of fisheries and aquatic science. Occasional supplements are dedicated to single topics or to proceedings of international symposia.

Publisher: NRC Research Press

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Volume 66, Number 11, November 2009

Johnson and Vallentyne’s legacy: 40 years of aquatic research at the Experimental Lakes Area
pp. 1831-1836(6)
Authors: Blanchfield, Paul J.; Paterson, Michael J.; Shearer, John A.; Schindler, David W.

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A personal history of the Experimental Lakes Project
pp. 1837-1847(11)
Author: Schindler, D. W.

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Long-term changes in climate, streamflow, and nutrient budgets for first-order catchments at the Experimental Lakes Area (Ontario, Canada)
pp. 1848-1863(16)
Authors: Parker, Brian R.; Schindler, David W.; Beaty, Ken G.; Stainton, Michael P.; Kasian, Susan E.M.

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Separating the effects on water chemistry of climate variation and experimental manipulation in the long-term acidification and recovery of lakes
pp. 1864-1874(11)
Authors: Hesslein, Raymond H.; Turner, Michael A.; Guss, Douglas; Lyng, Mark

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Benthic algal communities: recovery from experimental acidification
pp. 1875-1891(17)
Authors: Turner, Michael A.; Findlay, David L.; Baulch, Helen M.; Armstrong, Llwellyn M.; Kasian, Susan E. M.; McNicol, Donald K.; Vinebrooke, Rolf D.

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A stressor-independent test for biodiversity – ecosystem function relationships during a 23-year whole-lake experiment
pp. 1903-1909(7)
Authors: Vinebrooke, Rolf D.; Turner, Michael A.; Findlay, David L.; Paterson, Michael J.

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Changes in methyl mercury concentrations in zooplankton from four experimental reservoirs with differing amounts of carbon in the flooded catchments
pp. 1910-1919(10)
Authors: Hall, Britt D.; Cherewyk, Katharine A.; Paterson, Michael J.; Bodaly, R. (Drew) A.

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Interspecies differences in biochemical, histopathological, and population responses in four wild fish species exposed to ethynylestradiol added to a whole lake
pp. 1920-1935(16)
Authors: Palace, V. P.; Evans, R. E.; Wautier, K. G.; Mills, K. H.; Blanchfield, P. J.; Park, B. J.; Baron, C. L.; Kidd, K. A.

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Aquaculture impacts on the algal and bacterial communities in a small boreal forest lake
pp. 1936-1948(13)
Authors: Findlay, David L.; Podemski, Cheryl L.; Kasian, Susan E.M.

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Assimilation of freshwater salmonid aquaculture waste by native aquatic biota
pp. 1965-1975(11)
Authors: Kullman, Marilynn A.; Kidd, Karen A.; Podemski, Cheryl L.; Paterson, Michael J.; Blanchfield, Paul J.

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Survival and behaviour of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) released from an experimental aquaculture operation
pp. 1976-1988(13)
Authors: Blanchfield, Paul J.; Tate, Lori S.; Podemski, Cheryl L.

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Benthic algal biomass — measurement and errors
pp. 1989-2001(13)
Authors: Baulch, Helen M.; Turner, Michael A.; Findlay, David L.; Vinebrooke, Rolf D.; Donahue, William F.

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Ecosystem-level regulation of boreal lake phytoplankton by ultraviolet radiation
pp. 2002-2010(9)
Authors: Xenopoulos, Marguerite A.; Leavitt, Peter R.; Schindler, David W.

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