Lakes and streams are among our most valuable and delicate resources. Maintaining the quality of these aquatic ecosystems for present and future generations recquires an understanding of the potential problems and their solutions. The Center for Freshwater Biology (CFB) is based at the University of New Hampshire and promotes training, research and outreach activities concerning freshwater systems within the state of New Hampshire, nationally and globally.

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Submissions from 2013

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The accumulation of the cyanobacterial toxin, microcystin, in cherry tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) and bush bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) plants, Bethany R. Lefebvre

Submissions from 2011

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Invasion of a littoral cladoceran Sida crystallina into the pelagic zone of Christine Lake, NH and its potential impact on the phytoplankton community, Kayla N. Huey

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Bioaccumulation of Microcystins by Freshwater Mussels in Mystic Lake and Middle Pond, MA, Breanna Travers, Amanda Murby, and James F. Haney

Submissions from 2010

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Lake Attitash Management Plan; 2010, J. Bunker, S. Nolan, and E. Willey

Submissions from 2009

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Assessment of Pelagic Food Webs in Mendums Pond, NH, Ben Marcek and Jonathan Bunker

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The Effects of Alewife on the Zooplankton Community in Townhouse Pond, Sarah Toupin

Submissions from 2008

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Mirror Lake Management Plan, Ashley Bottom, Laura Byrd, Reed Loy, and Katie Peluso

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Occurrence and Distribution of Cyanobacteria and their Toxins in Silver Lake, New Hampshire, Françoise Morison

Submissions from 2006

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Migration of Net Phytoplankton and Zooplankton in Mendum’s Pond, New Hampshire, Amanda L. Murby

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An assessment of plankton populations, toxic cyanobacteria, and potential impact of introduced marine alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) in Pawtuckaway Lake, New Hampshire, Jessica V. Trout-Haney

Submissions from 2004

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An assessment of the physical, chemical, and biological properties of Christine Lake, NH, W. Travis Godkin

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Algal polyunsaturated fatty acids and effects on plankton ecology and other organisms, Miyoshi Ikawa

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An ecological assessment of the trophic structure of York Pond in Coos County Milan, NH, Christopher R. Peter

Submissions from 2003

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Aquatic biosurvey of the Lovell River on UNH land, Kathleen B. Kathleen, Rachel D. Skokan, David Rivers, Patrick K. Quinn, Jody D. Potter, Chris R. Peter, Emily A. Lund, Jessica L. Knox, false Jorel I. Knobelman, James F. Haney, Sonya C. Carlson, Shane R. Bradt, and Lisa M. Barry

Submissions from 2002

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The effect of toxic Microcystis aeruginosa on four different populations of Daphnia, Melanie L. Blanchette and James F. Haney

Submissions from 2001

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Mussels as Biomonitors of Lake Water Microcystin: A Final Report for the Summer 2000 Microcystin Monitoring Study, Richard A. Hathaway II

Submissions from 1999

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A limnological assessment of Russell Pond, Woodstock, New Hampshire, Michael Bailey and Tara Davignon

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The effects of alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) on zooplankton community structure in Depot Pond NH and a comparison of seven New Hampshire lakes, S. R. Bradt and C. Chungu

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Microcystins in components of twelve New Hampshire lakes of varied trophic status, Kimberly M. Johnson

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Limnological study of Zealand Pond, White Mountains, New Hampshire, Anne LeFevre