Microscopic remains of dead Phantom midge larvae may explain a few hundred years of history of the living conditions of fish, acidification and fish death in Swedish lakes. Researchers have developed a method of using lake-bottom sediments to show when and how fish life disappeared from acidified lakes -- invaluable knowledge for lake restorations in acidified regions.
- Dead midges reveal living conditions of fishMon, 4 Apr 2011, 15:36:29 EDT
- Organic carbon suggests Swedish lakes were less acidifiedMon, 1 Aug 2011, 16:34:36 EDT
- Restoring fish populations leads to tough choice for Great Lakes GullsWed, 14 May 2008, 18:35:26 EDT
- Lake-bed trails tell ancient fish storyThu, 6 May 2010, 13:41:40 EDT
- Death of the "doughnut"Fri, 3 Sep 2010, 17:22:30 EDT