black basses, helminth parasites, crustacean parasites
Our aquatic environments are rapidly becoming useless as natural resources through pollution from various sources. It is therefore necessary for us to further understand the various means which relate to this process. The interrelationships between the physico-chemical and biological water qualities undergo marked changes during the ageing of a reservoir. Eutrophication of these impoundments render them rela-tively useless as natural resources. It thus becomes apparent that we must gain further knowledge of these processes if we are to devise methods for proper reservoir management.
Becker, David A.. 1971. Impoundment Effects on Water Quality as Reflected in Parasitism of Reservoir Basses. Arkansas Water Resources Center, Fayetteville, AR. PUB051. 14
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