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12. Changes in the benthic invertebrate community in Lake Simcoe 1983–2008

Michael D. Rennie

Jimenez, A., Rennie, M.D., Sprules, W.G. and La Rose, J. 2011. Journal of Great Lakes Research 37 Suppl. 3: 103–112. doi: 10.1016/j.jglr.2010.07.002 

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