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  • Bissonnette, Pam; Taub, F. B. (Frieda B.); U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1973)
    Macroinvertebrates were sampled on a regular basis from March to October 1973. A relationship between chironomid length and biomass was established. Production equations to be used for these insects are reported. A sim ...
  • Taub, F. B. (Frieda B.); U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1971)
  • Bissonnette, Pam; Taub, F. B. (Frieda B.); U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    Macrobenthos populations of the IBP lakes were sampled during October and November of 1972. Analyses of the samples revealed dominance of chrinomids and oligochaetes in both littoral and profundal regions for at least ...
  • Staley, James T.; Taub, F. B. (Frieda B.); U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome (Seattle : University of Washington, 1973)
    Nitrogen fixation rates were determined periodically by the acetylene reduction technique at three depths in each of the lakes. Fixation began in June in Lakes Washington and Sammamish and peaked during July and Augus ...
  • Taub, F. B. (Frieda B.); Palmer, Fred; U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1972)
    The feasibility and enumeration studies have led to the following conclusions: The nitrogen fixation studies should be done in 1973, using acetylene reduction technique with some verification by N15. The denitrificatio ...
  • Taub, F. B. (Frieda B.); U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome; University of Washington (Seattle : University of Washington, 1973)
    The relationships between inorganic nutrient supply and the first two trophic levels have long been understood in a very approximate manner but the dynamics of such a system cannot be explored adequately by simple arith ...

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