The Lake Huron Ecosystem
Ecology, Fisheries and Management
Lake Huron is the second largest of the Great Lakes and the fifth largest lake in the world (surface area: 59,000 km2). It is also one of the least known lakes in the Great Lakes system in terms of limnology and food web dynamics. To rectify this, the Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management Society organized an international symposium in September 1993, which they followed with the publication of this peer-reviewed book. In total, forty-five papers were presented during the conference on topics ranging from microbial ecology, the role of exotic species, and sediment toxicology, to fisheries and wildlife of Lake Huron and its basin. With few existing comprehensive reports on the limnology and fisheries of Lake Huron, this detailed book helps bridge the information gap by introducing a multidisciplinary and ecosystematic approach to Great Lake (particularly Lake Huron) research.
Series: Ecovision World Monograph
Publication Date: July 1st, 1995
497 pages| 6.5 in x 9.5 in
M. Munawar is a research scientist for Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the series editor for the Ecovision World Monograph series, based out of Burlington, Ontario, Canada.
T. Edsall is an emeritus research biologist with the U.S. Geological Science Center, Biological Resources Division, Great Lakes Science Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
J. Leach is an emeritus research scientist with the Lake Erie Fisheries Station for the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Canada, and an IAGLR Lifetime Achievement Award winner (2008).