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Habitat Improvement Project, No. 23 Public Deposited

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Opossum shrimp, Mysis relicta Loven, were collected at Upper Waterton Lake, Alberta, Canada in the summer of 1967, terminating a three-year project. Approximately 1,090,000 Mysis were transplanted into Big Cultus, Crescent, Detroit, Fourmile, Ice, Miller, Odell, Olive, Timothy, Waldo, and Wallowa Lakes in an attempt to enhance the quantity of fish food organisms in these Oregon waters. (From the abstract)

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