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Subject: Re: biomanipulation/land management
From: Don McAllister <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Tue, 22 Apr 1997 15:42:50 -0400

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Jon Eynon wrote:
> If you, as a fisheries biologist, had to manage a reservoir with a severe
> phosphorous load problem that was causing a boom in smalll zooplankton and
> therefore gizzard shad production, what techniques would you deam most
> important?
A) I would signify to usegroup readers what background reading you
had done before posting, so they would know you had done your homework
B) Check into the Chesapeake Bay restoration program which knitted
land-based pollution control with bay ecosystem improvement
C) Look into the Living Machine concepts developed at Ocean Ark.


Don E. McAllister             /& Canadian Centre for Biodiversity
Ocean Voice International          /Canadian Museum of Nature
Box 37026, 3332 McCarthy Rd. /Box 3443, Station D
Ottawa, ON K1V 0W0, Canada    /Ottawa, ON K1P 6P4
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