Harmful algal blooms are a globally pervasive problem, and with a changing climate are expected to be an increasing concern.
Removing established invasive species reveals unexpected indirect connections between invasive species and other community members.
People in general, and ecologists in particular, are fascinated by species that show extreme fluctuations in abundance.
Exploring the genetic diversity of cyanobacteria in four eutrophic NTL lakes using a culture-independent genetic method.
Modifications to habitat structures along with direct human impacts, such as increased angling effort, may drive changes in game fish ecology.