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An Examination of the Effects of Elevated CO2 on Juvenile Salmonids
(University of Winnipeg, 2022-08-23)
This thesis explores the behavioural and physiological effects of elevated carbon dixoide (CO2) on freshwater, juvenile samonids. Arctic Charr, Rainbow Trout, and Brook Charr were each exposed to elevated CO2 over a two ...
Analyzing Forest Policy to Advance Indigenous-Led Forestry Initiatives and Increase Adaptive Capacity
(University of Winnipe, 2023-06-28)
Indigenous groups across Canada continue to regain sovereignty over their traditional territories and this research focuses on their involvement in Manitoba’s forest sector. A large proportion of First Nations communities ...
"We are the land, and the land is us": Connecting Indigenous Perspectives on Climate Change in the Canadian Prairies.
(University of Winnipeg, 2018-12-11)
Owing to years of Indigenous lobbying, organizing, and scholarship, recent decades have seen growing engagement with Indigenous peoples and their knowledges in environmental management, policy-making, and research around ...
Source and fate of dissolved organic matter in boreal headwater streams
(University of Winnipeg, 2023-05)
Understanding the source and fate of dissolved organic matter (DOM), a key water quality variable, in boreal headwaters is of critical importance considering the amount of carbon stored and processed in different ecosystem ...
Basic and Applied Aspects of Thermal Acclimation in Juvenile Brook Trout (Salvelinus fontinalis)
(University of Winnipeg, 2020-08-06)
Rising water temperatures are affecting the health and distribution of aquatic organisms. Brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis), a popular freshwater sport fish adapted to cooler environments, is at risk to high temperature ...
Effects of multigenerational exposure and phenotypic variation on a freshwater fish species exposed to elevated carbon dioxide (CO2)
(University of Winnipeg, 2021-08-11)
The amount of dissolved carbon dioxide (CO2) and the acidity of aquatic ecosystems is increasing as atmospheric CO2 concentrations increase due to human activities. Changes in pH and dissolved CO2 can have considerable ...