The Invasion of the Exotic Cladoceran Daphnia lumholtzi to Willard Bay Utah: Alterations of the Pelagic Food Web.
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Willard Bay, a freshwater impoundment of one of the arms of the Great Salt Lake, is shallow, with a mean volume of 9,900 acres and a maximum summer depth of six meters. This reservoir is highly productive, with a mean secchi depth of 4 meters and chlorophyll a concentrations peaking in summer at 9 micrograms per liter.
Lester, Olivia, "The Invasion of the Exotic Cladoceran Daphnia lumholtzi to Willard Bay Utah: Alterations of the Pelagic Food Web." (2003). Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects. 843.
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