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Water Quality Research Publications and Abstracts

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  • Bridgeman, T.B., D.W. Schloesser, J.J. Cibrowski, S.A. Ruberg, and M.A. Thomas. 2005. Hypoxia and benthic ecology in western Lake Erie. Estuarine Research Federation, Biennial Conference. 16-20 October, Norfolk, VA. (Symposium).
  • Bridgeman, T.B. 2005. The Microcystis blooms of western Lake Erie 2003-2004. Internatinoal Association of Great Lakes Research, Annual Conference. 23-27 May 2005, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Schloesser, D.W. , R.G. Stickel, and T.B. Bridgeman. 2004. Potential Oxygen Demand of Sediments from Lake Erie. International Association of Great Lakes Research, Annual Conference, 24-28 May, Waterloo, Ontario.
  • Bridgeman, T.B. and D.W Schloesser. 2003. Summer Stratification, hypoxia, and mayfly recruitment in the Western Basin of Lake Erie. International Association of Great Lakes Research, Annual Conference, 22-26 May, Chicago, IL. Pg 142.
  • Moorhead, D.L., Bridgeman, T.B., and Morris, J. 2003. Changes in water quality of Maumee Bay, Lake Erie: 1974-2002. International Association of Great Lakes Research, Annual Conference, 22-26 May, Chicago, IL. Pg 129.
  • Bridgeman, T. B. 2002. Historical Response of Zooplankton Communities to Ecological Change in Lake Victoria (East Africa). American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, National Meeting, 10-14 June, Victoria, B.C. pg. 27.
  • Bridgeman, T. B. 1998. Recent changes in zooplankton communities of Lake Victoria (East Africa) inferred from the sediment record. International Association of Great Lakes Research, Annual Conference, 18 - 22 May, Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Bridgeman, T. B., G. L. Fahnenstiel, and G. A. Lang. 1993. Primary productivity in Saginaw Bay/ Lake Huron from 1990 to 1992 and comparisons to 1974-1975. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, National Meeting, 30 May - 3 June, Edmonton, Alberta. pg. 96.
  • Bridgeman, T. B., and D. A. Culver. 1990. Spatial and temporal genetic variation of Daphnia in the western and central basins of Lake Erie. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, National Meeting, 10-15 June, Williamsburg, VA. pg. 11.
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