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Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management

Article Collection

We are pleased to bring you the Chief Editor, Dr. M. Munawar's choice article collection from Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management

These articles are free to view until 31st December 2019 exclusively via this page.


This collection from Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management draws focus on Toronto Harbour.  Throughout it's history there has been a long record of anthropogenic issues and as a result many ecological studies.  Within this special issue we take a look at physical/chemical regimes, remediation of beneficial use impairments, and habitat restoration, as well as providing a synthesis and highlights.

These articles are free to view until 31st December exclusively via this page.

Editor's Choice Collection - Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management

Article TitleAuthor(s)VolumeIssue
Water circulation in Toronto HarbourBogdan Hlevca, Matthew G. Wells, Liset Cruz Font, Susan E. Doka, Rick Portiss, Meg St. John & Steven J. Cooke213 (2018)
Fish community indices of ecosystem health: How does Toronto Harbour compare to other Lake Ontario nearshore areas?James A. Hoyle, Christine M. Boston, Cindy Chu, Michael J. Yuille, Rick Portiss & Robert G. Randall213 (2018)
Measuring 30 years of improvements to aquatic connectivity in the Greater Toronto AreaM. Choy,, D. Lawrie, & C. B. Edge213 (2018)
The state of Toronto and Region’s ecosystem:Synthesis and highlightsS. E. Doka, M. Munawar, J. D. Midwood & M. G. Wells213 (2018)

Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management

As the official journal of the Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management Society, Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management promotes understanding of the structure, function, and performance of healthy and damaged aquatic ecosystems (freshwater, marine, estuarine) from integrated, multi-disciplinary and sustainable perspectives

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