South Fishtail Bay - Douglas Lake
South Fishtail Bay - Douglas Lake
The southernmost basin of Douglas Lake with a maximum depth of approximately 21.5 m (71 ft). Water quality sampling dates to 1911, conducted by Paul Welch and Frank Eggelton (Welch 1928, 1945; Welch and Eggleton 1932, 1935).
- 2012 . Reciprocal Effects between Burying Behavior of a Larval Dragonfly (Odonata: Macromia illinoiensis) and Zebra Mussel Colonization . Journal of Insect Behavior .
- 2011 . Experimental comparison of synchronous-clock cooperative acoustic navigation algorithms . Proceedings of the IEEE/MTS OCEANS Conference and Exhibition .
- 2010 . BathyBoat: an autonomous surface vessel for stand-alone survey and underwater vehicle network supervision . Marine Technology Society Journal .
- 2009 . Susceptibility of larval dragonflies to zebra mussel colonization and its effect on larval movement and survivorship . Hydrobiologia .
- 2008 . Social dominance: a behavioral mechanism for resource allocation in crayfish . Department of Biological Sciences .
12 data sets displayed.
|South Fishtail Bay Profiles 1913-1950||Temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen, and conductivity profiles sampled by Paul Welch and Frank Eggleton in South Fishtail Bay, Douglas Lake, MI from 1913-1950. 132 sample dates over 38 years at depths from 0-21 meters.|
|South Fishtail Bay Water Profiles 1972-1975||Temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen, and conductivity profiles sampled by the RANN project in South Fishtail Bay, Douglas Lake, MI from 1972-1975. 102 sample dates over 3 years at depths from 0-21 meters.|
|South Fishtail Bay Alkalinity Profiles 1972-1975||Readings of total alkalinity at various depths in the South Fishtail Bay of Douglas Lake, MI.|
|South Fishtail Bay Nutrient Profiles 1972-1975||Nutrient profiles sampled by the RANN project in South Fishtail Bay, Douglas Lake, MI from 1973-1975. Samples were taken at various depths (0-22 m) over 59 dates from 1973-1975.|
|Fitness Impacts of Zebra Mussel Colonization on Benthic Invertebrates||The impacts of Zebra Mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) colonization of Larval Dragonflies (Macromia illinoiensis) and snails (Campeloma decisum) was investigated using lipid as an indicator of health and excess reserves. Dragonflies and Snails were censused randomly and a collection of individuals...|
|Clam and Zebra Mussel Measurements for North Fishtail and South Fishtail Bay of Douglas Lake||This data was collected to compare clam mass, length, thickness and zebra mussel coverage and mass between North Fishtail and South Fishtail Bay.|
|Douglas Lake Water Profiles 1970 - 2001||Temperature, dissolved oxygen and percent saturation water profiles for two sites (South Fishtail Bay and Pells Island) within Douglas Lake, MI. This is a portion of the extensive data collected by Dr. Owen Lind over the last 5 decades.|
|Light extinction data for Douglas Lake, MI||Light extinction data from one day - June 25th, 1991 - at two sites within Douglas Lake.|
|Secchi Depth Readings for Douglas Lake||Secchi depth readings for South Fishtail Bay, Douglas Lake, MI taken by associates of the University of Michigan Biological Station (UMBS). First reading is from 1925 but sampling intensity increases in the 1970's. Values range from 2.25 m to 7 m.|
|Response of zebra mussel attachment activities at three water temperature regimes||These data quantify zebra mussel attachment to conspecifics and unionids under experimentally manipulated water temperatures at 24 hour periods. Experiments were conducted at University of Michigan Biological Station's Lakeside Laboratory using organisms collected from Douglas Lake.|
|Mass of zebra mussels attached to freshwater mussels (Unionidae) at sites in Douglas Lake and Larks Lake||Surveys were conducted to identify the mass of zebra mussels attached to individual native. Colonized mussels were identified to species and morphological measurements of the were also taken. Surveys were conducted in Douglas Lake and Larks Lake in the summer of 2012.|
|Aquatic vegetation survey data for Douglas Lake 2012||Data represent a vegetation survey of the north and western portion of Douglas Lake, MI in summer of 2012. The survey identified approximately 21 native plant species and one non-native plant species. Relative abundance was quantified at two scales, 1) abundance of a each species relative to other...|