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From 2011 to 2013 we investigated freshwater food webs of Arctic Coastal Plain lakes in Alaska to improve our understanding how Arctic freshwater food webs may respond to landscape change the warmer, drier future.
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We used both observational and experimental approaches to examined the importance of physical drivers on fish species assembly and the foraging roles of fish, which ultimately lead to the formation and structure of aquatic food webs. This study considers the response of fish species to surface water connectivity as a primary driver of species distributions and food web function.
Funding: USGS Changing Arctic Ecosystems Initiative
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