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Do artificial water hazards on golf courses have as much biodiversity as natural wetlands?
The number of natural wetlands in Wisconsin is decreasing due to increased development; however, by government definition, man-made residential ponds and golf course water hazards are considered wetland equivalents. If ...
Does lake dredging affect biodiversity? Evaluating biodiversity levels of fish at various stages of the dredging process in freshwater lakes.
Fish are important higher trophic level organisms whose presence in lakes can be used to help determine the health of an ecosystem. However freshwater fish populations have declined over the past few decades primarily due ...
A Study of Climate Change and the Effect on Bird Biodiversity in the Midwest and Great Plains
Climate change is one of the most political current events that involve every being on Earth. Climate change is an accepted explanation by scientists to be the cause of many earth-alternating phenomena, and can be seen and ...