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Subject: Seeking old report
From: Douglas Noltie <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 10 Apr 2018 19:38:13 +0000

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Dear Colleagues:

I am seeking a report generated for EPA by Battelle, Columbus, Ohio, in 
the 1980s.  The citation is:

Sabourin, T. D., R. S. Hayward, B. Cornaby, and R. L. Faulk. 1986. 
Biological consequences of lake recovery. Technical Report to U.S.E.P.A. 
from Battelle Columbus Division, Columbus, Ohio.

None of the authors has a copy; Battelle and EPA searches have come up 

Dr. Sabourin (co-author) reports (pers. comm.) that this work resulted in 
the following 1986 SETAC presentation:

LIFE. T. D. Sabourin, B. W. Cornaby, R.
T. Faulk and R. S. Hayward, Battelle Columbus
Division, Columbus, OR, U.S.A.
Improved water quality over the last decade
has resulted in mostly positive but some
unexpected negative changes.  We have found
many cases where improved water quality is 
accompanied by changes in plant and animal
species assemblages that give rise to nuisance
biota or other undesirable biological conse-
quences.  Five examples follow:
o expansion of rooted macrophytes - due
   to reduced turbidity
o development of toxic algal blooms - follow-
   ing cleanup of a riverís Zn load
o revitalization of sea lamprey populations
   attributed to tributary cleanup
o invasion by exotic species - shifts in
   lake trophic status opens niches
o return of mayfly swarms - due to reduced
   inputs of limiting nutrients.
We will report on additional scenarios of
biological nuisances.  We advanced causal
and correlative associations by 1) recovery
technique (e.g., aeration, dredging) and
2) nature of environmental change induced
(e.g., turbidity, temperature) to develop
a preliminary conceptual model.  The model
can aid future management plans where recovery
manipulations are contemplated.  This paper
will prepare you to more readily accept nui-
sances associated with cleanup activities.

Dr. Hayward passed away awhile ago, and Iím seeking a copy of this 
Battelle/EPA report for a retrospective on his life that Iím writing.

Thank you in advance for your consideration of this request.

Douglas Noltie.

     \  Ď 
Dr. Douglas B. Noltie,
Associate Professor - Fish Ecology and Behavior,
Natural Resource Science and Management (formerly Department of 
Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences),
The School of Natural Resources,
302 Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Building 
University of Missouri-Columbia,
Columbia, MO 65211-7240.
ph. 573-882-9421
fax 573-882=1977
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