Jerry Warmbold

Jerry Warmbold
Voyageurs National Park · Resource Management

Master of Science

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Technical Report
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Aquatic ecosystems of the Hudson Bay Lowlands Ecozone (HBLE) in Ontario are relatively pristine but face growing pressure from human-caused stressors. Lakes and rivers of this region are also among the most poorly studied in Ontario. In recent years, fish research and monitoring activities in HBLE waters have increased, with the intent of building...
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The floodplains of large rivers have been heavily modified due to riparian development and channel modifications, both of which can eliminate shallow off-channel habitats. The importance of these habitats for aquatic organisms like fishes is well studied. However, loss of off-channel habitat also eliminates habitats for the production of emerging a...
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Predation is a dominant structuring force in ecosystems, but its effects are almost always measured in the ecosystem of the predator. However, the effects of predators can potentially extend across ecosystem boundaries during ontogenetic niche shifts in prey. We compared the effects of fish predation on benthic versus emerging aquatic insects, and...
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Voyageurs National Park (VNP) has a stable population of about 40–50 moose (Alces alces). Recent declines in moose abundance in adjacent areas in northern Minnesota raise concerns about the long-term viability of moose in VNP. The parasitic nematode Parelaphostrongylus tenuis has been documented in moose in VNP and has been implicated in moose decl...

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