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Literature review and database of relations between salinity and aquatic biota

Literature review and database of relations between salinity and aquatic biota

applications to Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge, Montana

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, VA] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biotic communities -- Montana -- Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge,
  • Salinity -- Montana -- Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge,
  • Aquatic ecology -- Environmental aspects -- Montana -- Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Robert A Gleason ... [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
    SeriesScientific investigations report -- 2009-5098
    ContributionsGleason, Robert A., Geological Survey (U.S.), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 76 p. :
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24036472M
    ISBN 109781411324268
    LC Control Number2009438046
    OCLC/WorldCa427334722

    Ordering information Water Quality Assessments - A Guide to Use of Biota, Sediments and Water in Environmental Monitoring - Second Edition , pages. A Review of Salinity and Sodicity in Irrigation Younes D. Ezlit, Rod J. Smith and Steven R. Raine Comparison of different SAR-ESP relationships published in literature .. 10 Figure 3. the aim of this paper is to review the problems related to salinity and sodicity in the soil-water-plant system, and the File Size: 1MB.

    unpublished literature, develop and present biota-sediment accumulation factors and regressio n equations for estimating chemical concentrations in benthic invertebrates for use on the Oak Ridge Reservation, and com pare these to contaminant uptake data for emergent adult Size: KB. concentration spikes of chloride occurring during cold weather are likely to have upon aquatic biota within the Menomonee River watershed. This appendix presents the results of a literature review to address this question. Specifically, this appendix presents the results of a review of the literature regarding the acute toxicity of sodiumFile Size: 70KB.

    According to the literature review, some tendencies and gaps exist in knowledge about freshwater oligochaetes that deserve attention. First of all, although there was a good deal of yearly upward and downward fluctuation in the number of works published, the trend considering the totals in the three year periods was increasing, albeit : Luciana Falci Theza Rodrigues, Roberto da Gama Alves. Annual Reviews is a nonprofit publisher dedicated to synthesizing and integrating knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society. Most Downloaded Articles in Freely available through Febru In , Annual Reviews published 1, review articles across 51 journals in the Biomedical, Life, Physical, and Social.


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Literature Review and Database of Relations Between Salinity and Aquatic Biota: Application to Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge, Montana. Literature Review and Database of Relations Between Salinity and Aquatic Biota: Applications to Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge, Montana: Usgs Scient [Saujanya Laxmirajam Gosangari, Robert A.

Gleason, Brian A. Tangen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Long-term accumulation of salts in wetlands at Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge Authors: Saujanya Laxmirajam Gosangari, Brian A. Tangen. The compiled literature was used to (1) provide a general overview of salinity concepts, (2) document published tolerances and adaptations of biota to salinity, (3) develop databases that the USFWS can use to summarize the range of reported salinity values associated with plant and invertebrate taxa, and (4) perform database summaries that describe reported salinity.

Literature review and database of relations between salinity and aquatic biota: applications to Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge, Montana. Books and Literature CARLA G. HEISTER, Henry Graves Memorial Library, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Prospect Street, New Haven, CTLiterature review and database of relations between salinity and aquatic biota—applications to Bowdoin National Wildlife Holmes, B.

A review of black-footed ferret. This study investigates the relationship between salinity and biotic communities (primary producers and macroinvertebrates) in Rambla Salada, a Mediterranean hypersaline stream in SE Spain. Since the 's, the mean salinity of the stream has fallen from about g L-1 to g L-1, due to intensive irrigated agriculture in the by: The aquatic biota of tributaries had a greater risk of impairment from high salinity than that of the Hunter River.

High salinities in the tributaries were attributed to the combined factors of naturally saline geologies, increased liberation of salts due to modification of the landscape, and reduced dilution by flushing by: Herein, we review the impact of salinity on growth and development of aquatic fungi, integrating literature reports on marine and freshwater species, and recent advances introducing molecular.

Available data suggest that aquatic biota will be adversely affected as salinity exceeds mg L–1 ( EC) but there is limited information on how increasing salinity will affect the various life stages of the biota.

Salinisation can lead to changes in the physical environment that will affect ecosystem processes. CHAPTER-2 REVIEW OF LITERATURE SALT STRESS Various environmental factors negatively affect plant growth and development and finally the biological yield of the crop, at harvest.

These factors include salinity, drought, heavy metal toxicities and temperature extremes which limit the crop productivity Size: KB. Gleason RA, Tangen BA, Laubhan MK, Finocchiaro, RG, Stamm JF () Literature review and database of relations between salinity and aquatic biota: applications to Bowdoin national wildlife refuge, Montana.

US Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report –, 76 ppCited by: 7. Aquatic biota ABSTRACT It is widely accepted that riverine ecosystems are influenced by the landscape pattern changes of their corresponding watersheds, but few studies have identified the most sensitive and nonsensitive biotic indices, the most influential landscape metrics and the relationship between aquatic biota and landscape patterns.

Research on the influence of urban land use on aquatic life in streams has identified a level of 7−12% impervious surface where decreases in biological integrity were observed (19−21). Much work investigating aquatic life degradation has focused on ambient water chemistry, habitat, and other physical, hydrologic, and hydraulic by: aim of present study is to describe the major most used essential and practical bioindication methods and systems for the water quality assessment as a part of the surface water quality monitoring.

Aquatic Ecosystem State Assessment Pollution in the freshwater aquatic objects is complicated system.

As was mention earlier [1: Figure 1] was File Size: KB. Salinity is a master variable for coastal and marine ecosystems and can play an important role in the chemical speciation of many elements and also affect the physiology of aquatic organisms. This review showed that 15 publications explicitly dealt with salinity in Animalia, Chromista and Plantae species.

Most of these studies found effects of Cited by: 4. The literature review of Clunie et al. () focused on work carried out since the review of Bailey and James () and provided an overview of the current knowledge of effects of salinity on freshwater biota and community by: This review of the salt sensitivity of the biota of Australian streams and wetlands gives information of interest to those responsible for developing controls on these discharges.

The review addresses the lethal and sub-lethal effects of salinity on microbes (mainly bacteria), macrophytes and micro-algae, riparian vegetation, invertebrates Cited by: Literature Review of Salinity Effects on Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) found in the Southern Indian River Lagoon and Adjacent Estuaries Prepared by Elizabeth Irlandi, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Oceanography Marine Benthic Ecology Laboratory Department of Marine and Environmental Systems Florida Institute of Technology. All of the plants and animals that make up freshwater aquatic communities are affected by salinity. Many taxa possess morphological, physiological and life-history characteristics that provide some capacity for tolerance, acclimatisation or avoidance.

These characteristics impart a level of resilience to freshwater communities. To maintain biodiversity in aquatic systems it is Cited by: Surface water, therefore, should be protected from pollution.

Major point sources of freshwater pollution are raw and partially treated wastewater. The release of domestic and industrial wastewater has led to the increase in freshwater pollution and depletion of clean water resources [ Cited by:.

In order to better understanding the impact of changes in salinity on zooplankton community structure, investigations on the physicochemical characteristics, phytoplankton, and zooplankton component of an estuarine zone in South-Eastern Caspian Sea was carried out for one year between March, and July, The study showed notable seasonal variation in the .Responses of freshwater biota to rising salinity levels and implications for saline water management: a review James, Kimberley, Cant, Belinda and Ryan, TomResponses of freshwater biota to rising salinity levels and implications for saline water management: a review, Australian journal of botany, vol.

51, no. 6, pp.doi: /BT  Increases in industrial mercury (Hg) emissions in recent years have led many researchers to believe that Hg from the atmosphere constitutes a main source of Hg to aquatic biota in the absence of point source discharges.

Established background levels for fish (– mg kg-1) now exceed the pre industrial level of mg kg-1, suggesting an anthropogenic origin. This review .