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Chronic toxicity of low dissolved oxygen concentrations, elevated pH, and elevated ammonia concentrations to lost river suckers (deltistes luxatus), and swimming performance of lost river suckers at various temperatures.

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Title Chronic toxicity of low dissolved oxygen concentrations, elevated pH, and elevated ammonia concentrations to lost river suckers (deltistes luxatus), and swimming performance of lost river suckers at various temperatures. Sucker chronic toxicity study
Creator Meyer, Joseph S.
Date [2000] 2007-10-03 2006-01-06
Subject Catostomidae -- Oregon -- Klamath Lake; Toxicity, Effect of temperature on -- Oregon -- Upper Klamath Lake; Upper Klamath Lake (Oregon); Klamath River (Oregon and California); United States. Bureau of Reclamation; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Klamath Field Office Lost River suckers; Shortnose suckers
Description The study examines two species of sucker,the shortnose sucker(chasmistes brevirostrix), and the Lost River sucker,(deltisties luxatus) that inhabit Upper Klamath Lake and the effects of chronic toxicity and temperature changes. The study examines two species of sucker,the shortnose sucker(chasmistes brevirostrix), and the Lost River sucker,(deltisties luxatus) that inhabit Upper Klamath Lake and the effects of chronic toxicity and temperature changes. Cover title; "14 January 2000"; "Submitted by Joseph S. Meyer, Hilary M. Lease, Harold L. Bergman, Department of Zoology and Physiology, University of Wyoming."; "Research report submitted to: Mr. Mark Buettner."; CHRONIC TOXICITY OF LOW DISSOLVED OXYGEN CONCENTRATIONS, ELEVATED pH, AND ELEVATED AMMONIA CONCENTRATIONS TO LOST RIVER SUCKERS ( DELTISTES LUXATUS), AND SWIMMING PERFORMANCE OF LOST RIVER SUCKERS AT VARIOUS TEMPERATURES Research Report Submitted to: Mr. Mark Buettner U. S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation Klamath Basin Area Office 6600 Washburn Way Klamath Falls, OR 97603 Submitted by: Joseph S. Meyer Hilary M. Lease Harold L. Bergman Department of Zoology...
Source Originally published as: Chronic toxicity of low dissolved oxygen concentrations, elevated pH, and elevated ammonia concentrations to lost river suckers (deltistes luxatus), and swimming performance of lost river suckers at various temperatures (Klamath Falls, Or.: United States. Bureau of Reclamation, [2000].); ii, 53 p.
Contributor University of Wyoming, Department of Zoology and Physiology
Publisher Oregon Institute of Technology. Library
Rights Digital image copyright 2007. Oregon Institute of Technology. All rights reserved. http://digitallib.oit.edu/cdm/copyright/collection/kwl
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Identifier OIT -06-Jan 20-06-2263 http://digitallib.oit.edu/cdm/ref/collection/kwl/id/3007
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