Effects of siltation on the ecology of Ya-Ya Lake, N.W.T.
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1980 - Nature - 286 pages
Field studies of Ya-Ya Lake on Richards Island, Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories, to determine the effects of suspended loading on lake ecosystems in an Arctic environment.
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Physical and chemical data for YaYa Lake
Conductivity and major ion data for YaYa Lake
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1977 and spring amphipods aquatic August Bacillariophyta benthic Berger broad whitefish cells2mL biomass mg2m3 Chlorophyta Chrysophyta Continued Cryptomonas Cryptophyta Cyolotella density and total difference distribution Diversity Index dominant effects of sedimentation equitability Figure fish five survey lakes Graaf and Machniak humpback whitefish indicate July lake trout Mackenzie Delta Mackenzie River Mallomonas McCart mg/L mg2L nitrogen North Basin northern pike number of species open water season parameters phytoplankton Pisidium primary production Pseudokephyrion Pyrrophyta range Region III regions of Ya-Ya relative abundance Rhodomonas minuta sampling periods shaken turbidity silt siltation slimy sculpin spawning species diversity spoonhead sculpin spring of 1978 Station2Date su2er substrates summer and spring summer of 1977 surface bottom(2.2 surface middle suspended sediment concentrations Synedra Table taken taxa three regions total biomass total cells2mL biomass total density Total Number total suspended solids trout-perch turbid area turbidity unnamed lakes winter Ya-Ya Lake yg/L zoobenthos zooplankton Zooplankton abundance