NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Raikow, D.F., O. Sarnelle, A.E. Wilson, and S.K. Hamilton. 2004. Dominance of the noxious cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa in low-nutrient lakes is associated with exotic zebra mussels. Limnology and Oceanography 49(2):482-487.
Reference Number: 13797
Type: Journal Article
Author: Raikow, D.F., O. Sarnelle, A.E. Wilson, and S.K. Hamilton
Date (year): 2004
Article Title:Dominance of the noxious cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa in low-nutrient lakes is associated with exotic zebra mussels.
Journal Name: Limnology and Oceanography
Dreissena polymorpha MI - Baldwins Lake [SE corner of county] MI - Bear Lake MI - Burt Lake (at northern tip of the lower peninsula) MI - Cass Lake west of Pontiac MI MI - Clark Lake, about 5 miles southeast of Jackson, MI MI - Clark Lake, about 5 miles southeast of Jackson, MI MI - Crystal Lake [near Frankfort] MI - Devils Lake, 20 miles south of Jackson, MI MI - Diamond Lake MI - Donnell Lake (just SE of Vandalia, MI) MI - Gravel Lake [just N of Nicholsville] MI - Gull Lake, about 10 miles NE of Kalamazoo, MI MI - Gull Lake, about 10 miles NE of Kalamazoo, MI MI - Gun Lake MI - Gun Lake MI - Hamlin Lake, about 4 miles north of Ludington, MI MI - Juno Lake, about 20 mile east of Niles, MI MI - Kent Lake in Kensington Metropark SW of Pontiac MI - Lake of the Woods in Decatur, MI MI - Lake Orion, in Lake Orion, MI MI - Maceday Lake (NW part of Pontiac, MI) MI - Magician Lake near Sandy Beach, MI (NW corner of county) MI - Mullet Lake MI - Orchard Lake MI - Painter Lake (about 5 mi E of Edwardsburg, MI) MI - Pentwater Lake MI - Sand Lake (about 4 mi E of Cambridge Junction, MI and just south of Hwy 12) MI - Silver Lake [W of Mears] MI - Spring Lake at Grand Haven MI - Union Lake (just W of Pontiac, MI) MI - Wampler's Lake about 12 miles southeast of Jackson, MI on the border of Jackson and Lenawee counties.
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/25/2021].
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