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Land-use change is one of the major components of global change. In Ireland, this change is largely due to the rapid expansion of the forestry sector at the present time. As much of the forest being planted comprises monocultures of exotic conifer species, this has led to concern about its...
Stable isotope analysis was used to examine dietary separation between sympatric Arctic char ( Salvelinus alpinus (L.)) and brown trout ( Salmo trutta ) in Lough Muckross, Co. Kerry, and to test the applicability of the interactive segregation hypothesis to observed trophic relationships. Gut...
Surface water samples were collected from the Celtic Sea and adjacent waters during a two-week cruise in February/March 1985. Temperature, salinity, and nitrate-nitrogen were continuously monitored. Discrete samples were collected for chlorophyll a measurement and phytoplankton analysis. The...
The presence of Anguillicola crassus , an introduced Asian parasite of eels, into south Connemara is reported. European eels Anguilla anguilla were found to be infected in the three basins of varying salinity of Lough Ahalia, but eels sampled in the nearby marine Camus Bay were...
Grey squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis , populations have been subjected to various degrees of control in the woodlands of Ireland and Britain since their introduction. The populations readily recover, but the recolonisation rates and other ecological effects of the culls have not been fully...
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