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How Landuse Impacts Wetland Health See To assess the impacts of non-point source pollution on Ontarios wetlands I examined the landuse in the watershed, the water and sediment quality, and the aquatic vegetation in 22 wetlands.
I characterized the primary contaminan The Evolution of Sinorhizobium meliloti. See The genome of the a-proteobacterium Sinorhizobium meliloti has been completely sequenced and annotated. Population Genetic Structure of Beluga Whales Delphinapterus leucus Mitochondrial DNA Sequence Variation Within and Among North American Populations See Beluga whales are migratory over much of their range, congregating in small groups around shallow river estuaries in summer, and overwintering in large groups in areas with reliable open water.
Evolved changes in breathing and CO2 sensitivity in deer mice native to high altitudes See We examined the control of breathing by O2 and CO2 in deer mice native to high altitude to help uncover the physiological specializations used to cope with hypoxia in high-altitude environments.
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