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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Jessop B. Low
In the past, several projects have been conducted at Bear Lake, Utah-Idaho, by the Utah State University through the Wildlife Resources Department, in conjunction with the Utah and Idaho fish and game departments, the Fish and Wildlife Service , and the National Science Foundation. These projects have dealt primarily with limnology, limnological techniques, fish life histories, fish movements, and bottom fauna in the pelagic and benthic areas of the lake. Subsequently, a littoral zone project was set up to study some of the ecological aspects of the shallow waters of Bear Lake, and some of the influences that this area may have on the entire lake.
Workman, Gar W., "An Ecological Study of the Bear Lake Littoral Zone, Utah-Idaho" (1963). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3049.
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