Cyprinus carpio
Cyprinus carpio
(Common Carp)
Fishes
Exotic

10 results for Cyprinus carpio (Common Carp)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
3287 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Experimental Laboratory In a pond experiment in Illinois, Cyprinus carpio increased total phosphorus and turbidity... 32740
3291 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Observational Field Cyprinus carpio is very active when feeding and its movements often disturb sediments and... 15206
3301 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Anecdotal N/A In California, Cyprinus carpio has been implicated in the decrease in water clarity in... 217
3307 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Experimental Field Following the installation of a Cyprinus carpio barrier at Cootes Paradise Marsh (Lake... 24253
3313 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Experimental Laboratory Higher biomass of Cyprinus carpio in experimental pond enclosures were positively related... 24255
3318 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Experimental Field When >75% of the Cyprinus carpio population was removed from Ventura Marsh, IA, water... 24257
3320 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Experimental Field When added to freshwater coastal wetland sites (Delta Marsh, Manitoba, Canada) density of... 24239
3321 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Observational Field In a study of 129 Iowa lakes, Cyprinus carpio abundance was correlated with abundance of... 24252
4826 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Experimental Field In Kohlman Lake, Minnesota areas with common carp increased sediment mixing depths 2.5 times... 37272
5196 Cyprinus carpio Water Quality Anecdotal N/A Cyprinus carpio can decrease foraging efficiency of native species by impairing water... 18913

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