Summary: Inland bodies of still or slowly moving FRESH WATER or salt water, larger than a pond, and supplied by RIVERS and streams.

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  1. Karlsson J, Bergström A, Bystrom P, Gudasz C, Rodriguez P, Hein C. Terrestrial organic matter input suppresses biomass production in lake ecosystems. Ecology. 2015;96:2870-6 pubmed
    ..In this study of boreal lakes, we show that the relative contribution of t-OC to individual top consumer (fish) biomass production, and to most ..
  2. Guellati F, Touati H, Tambosco K, Quiblier C, Humbert J, Bensouilah M. Unusual cohabitation and competition between Planktothrix rubescens and Microcystis sp. (cyanobacteria) in a subtropical reservoir (Hammam Debagh) located in Algeria. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0183540 pubmed publisher
  3. Tan K, Lu G, Piao H, Chen S, Jiao X, Gai N, et al. Current Contamination Status of Perfluoroalkyl Substances in Tapwater from 17 Cities in the Eastern China and Their Correlations with Surface Waters. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol. 2017;99:224-231 pubmed publisher
    ..Delta region, which was similar to the geographical distribution pattern of PFAS levels observed in rivers and lakes. The highest total PFASs in tapwater was found in Changshu, where several fluorine-related industries are located, ..
  4. Lara E, Fernández L, Schiaffino M, Izaguirre I. First freshwater member ever reported for the family Bathycoccaceae (Chlorophyta; Archaeplastida) from Argentinean Patagonia revealed by environmental DNA survey. Eur J Protistol. 2017;60:45-49 pubmed publisher
    ..We finally discuss the possible causes for the presence of this organism in Lake Musters. ..
  5. Tadege B, Shimelis T. Infections with Schistosoma mansoni and geohelminths among school children dwelling along the shore of the Lake Hawassa, southern Ethiopia. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0181547 pubmed publisher
    ..Mass deworming twice a year for STHs and once every two years for S. mansoni, further to strengthening other prevention measures, is critically needed to reduce these infections to inconsequential level. ..
  6. Siddiqi M, Choi G, Kim M, Im W. Daejeonia ginsenosidivorans gen. nov., sp. nov., a ginsenoside-transforming bacterium isolated from lake water. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2017;67:2665-2671 pubmed publisher
    ..nov., sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is NP5T (=KACC 18626T=LMG 29198T). ..
  7. Petersen K, Hultman M, Bytingsvik J, Harju M, Evenset A, Tollefsen K. Characterizing cytotoxic and estrogenic activity of Arctic char tissue extracts in primary Arctic char hepatocytes. J Toxicol Environ Health A. 2017;80:1017-1030 pubmed publisher
    ..strand breaks were reported in Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) from this lake compared to fish from other lakes on Bjørnøya...
  8. Sharpley A, Jarvie H, Buda A, May L, Spears B, Kleinman P. Phosphorus legacy: overcoming the effects of past management practices to mitigate future water quality impairment. J Environ Qual. 2013;42:1308-26 pubmed publisher relation to the physical cascades and biogeochemical spirals of P along the continuum from soils to rivers and lakes and via surface and subsurface flow pathways...
  9. Qu J, Li X, Li H. Nocardioides taihuensis sp. nov., isolated from fresh water lake sediment. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2017;67:3535-3539 pubmed publisher
    ..nov. (type strain X17T=CGMCC 4.7318T=NBRC 112321T) is proposed. ..

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  1. Janssen A, de Jager V, Janse J, Kong X, Liu S, Ye Q, et al. Spatial identification of critical nutrient loads of large shallow lakes: Implications for Lake Taihu (China). Water Res. 2017;119:276-287 pubmed publisher
    ..These so called critical nutrient loads for lakes depend on the shape of the load-response curve...
  2. Karpowicz M, Ejsmont Karabin J. Effect of metalimnetic gradient on phytoplankton and zooplankton (Rotifera, Crustacea) communities in different trophic conditions. Environ Monit Assess. 2017;189:367 pubmed publisher
    ..focused on the effect of metalimnetic gradients on water chemistry and plankton communities in three stratified lakes with different trophic conditions...
  3. Keshri J, Pradeep Ram A, Colombet J, Perrière F, Thouvenot A, Sime Ngando T. Differential impact of lytic viruses on the taxonomical resolution of freshwater bacterioplankton community structure. Water Res. 2017;124:129-138 pubmed publisher
    ..structure and diversity in relation to variable viral lysis in the euphotic zone of 25 temperate freshwater lakes (French Massif Central)...
  4. Sorokin D, Kublanov I, Khijniak T. Natronospira proteinivora gen. nov., sp. nov, an extremely salt-tolerant, alkaliphilic gammaproteobacterium from hypersaline soda lakes. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2017;67:2604-2608 pubmed publisher
    Brine samples from Kulunda Steppe soda lakes (Altai, Russia) were inoculated into a hypersaline alkaline mineral medium with ?-keratin (chicken feather) as a substrate...
  5. Ahmed M, Chin Y, Guo X, Zhao X. Microwave assisted digestion followed by ICP-MS for determination of trace metals in atmospheric and lake ecosystem. J Environ Sci (China). 2017;55:1-10 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, enrichment factor analysis indicated that anthropogenic sources such as soil dust, biomass burning and fuel combustion influenced the metal concentrations in the atmosphere. ..
  6. Tang K, Flury S, Grossart H, McGinnis D. The Chaoborus pump: Migrating phantom midge larvae sustain hypolimnetic oxygen deficiency and nutrient internal loading in lakes. Water Res. 2017;122:36-41 pubmed publisher
    Hypolimnetic oxygen demand in lakes is often assumed to be driven mainly by sediment microbial processes, while the role of Chaoborus larvae, which are prevalent in eutrophic lakes with hypoxic to anoxic bottoms, has been overlooked...
  7. Yan Z, Liu Y, Yan K, Wu S, Han Z, Guo R, et al. Bisphenol analogues in surface water and sediment from the shallow Chinese freshwater lakes: Occurrence, distribution, source apportionment, and ecological and human health risk. Chemosphere. 2017;184:318-328 pubmed publisher the surface water and sediment from Taihu Lake and Luoma Lake, which are the Chinese shallow freshwater lakes. Because there are many industries and living areas around Taihu Lake, the total concentrations of ?BPs were much ..
  8. Gladyshev M, Sushchik N, Glushchenko L, Zadelenov V, Rudchenko A, Dgebuadze Y. Fatty acid composition of fish species with different feeding habits from an Arctic Lake. Dokl Biochem Biophys. 2017;474:220-223 pubmed publisher
    ..The hypothesis on a higher content of eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids in the fish of higher trophic level (piscivores) when compared within the same taxonomic group (order Salmoniformes) was confirmed. ..
  9. Jacobson P, Hansen G, Bethke B, Cross T. Disentangling the effects of a century of eutrophication and climate warming on freshwater lake fish assemblages. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0182667 pubmed publisher
    Eutrophication and climate warming are profoundly affecting fish in many freshwater lakes. Understanding the specific effects of these stressors is critical for development of effective adaptation and remediation strategies for ..
  10. Kammerlander B, Breiner H, Filker S, Sommaruga R, Sonntag B, Stoeck T. High diversity of protistan plankton communities in remote high mountain lakes in the European Alps and the Himalayan mountains. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2015;91: pubmed publisher
    ..the genetic diversity (V4 region of the 18S rRNA) of planktonic microbial eukaryotes in four high mountain lakes including two remote biogeographic regions (the Himalayan mountains and the European Alps) and distinct habitat ..
  11. Zhao Z, Jiang Y, Li Q, Cai Y, Yin H, Zhang L, et al. Spatial correlation analysis of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) in sediments between Taihu Lake and its tributary rivers. Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2017;142:117-128 pubmed publisher
    ..Although no frequently adverse effects were observed, potential ecological risks induced by Ant, BaA, ?-HCH, dieldrin, p,p'-DDT and chlordanes should also be paid attention to considering the continuous inputs of such pollutants. ..
  12. Jaruga P, Coskun E, Kimbrough K, Jacob A, Johnson W, Dizdaroglu M. Biomarkers of oxidatively induced DNA damage in dreissenid mussels: A genotoxicity assessment tool for the Laurentian Great Lakes. Environ Toxicol. 2017;32:2144-2153 pubmed publisher
    ..Organic and trace compounds have a high potential for adverse impacts on aquatic organisms in some Great Lakes tributaries...
  13. Duru U. Shoreline change assessment using multi-temporal satellite images: a case study of Lake Sapanca, NW Turkey. Environ Monit Assess. 2017;189:385 pubmed publisher
    ..Monitoring shoreline changes using multi-temporal satellite images is a significant component for the coastal decision-making and management. ..
  14. Nam G, Joung Y, Park M, Kim S, Jeon H, Cho J. Flavobacterium soyangense sp. nov., a psychrotolerant bacterium, isolated from an oligotrophic freshwater lake. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2017;67:2440-2445 pubmed publisher
    ..nov., is proposed. The type strain is IMCC26223T (=KCTC 52245T=JCM 31384T). ..
  15. Braham R, Blazer V, Shaw C, Mazik P. Micronuclei and other erythrocyte nuclear abnormalities in fishes from the Great Lakes Basin, USA. Environ Mol Mutagen. 2017;58:570-581 pubmed publisher
    ..incorporated into a suite of indicators to assess exposure to genotoxic and mutagenic contamination at five Great Lakes Areas of Concern (AOCs), as well as one non-AOC (reference) site...
  16. Hlavsa M, Roberts V, Kahler A, Hilborn E, Wade T, Backer L, et al. Recreational water-associated disease outbreaks--United States, 2009-2010. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2014;63:6-10 pubmed
    ..g., pools and hot tubs or spas) or untreated recreational water venues (e.g., lakes and oceans)...
  17. Singh Ackbarali D, Maharaj R, Mohamed N, Ramjattan Harry V. Potential of used frying oil in paving material: solution to environmental pollution problem. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2017;24:12220-12226 pubmed publisher aquatic life and ecosystems due to the depletion of the oxygen content in water bodies such as rivers and lakes that have become contaminated...
  18. Ding H, Wu Y, Zhang W, Zhong J, Lou Q, Yang P, et al. Occurrence, distribution, and risk assessment of antibiotics in the surface water of Poyang Lake, the largest freshwater lake in China. Chemosphere. 2017;184:137-147 pubmed publisher
    ..2, 48.7, and 39.7 ng/L, respectively. Compared with those in the other lakes or surface waters, the surface water of Poyang Lake contained moderate or below-average levels of antibiotics...
  19. Yost L, Barber T, Gentry P, Bock M, Lyndall J, Capdevielle M, et al. Evaluation of triclosan in Minnesota lakes and rivers: Part II - human health risk assessment. Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2017;142:588-596 pubmed publisher
    ..These estimates are likely to overestimate risks for potential receptors, particularly because sample locations were generally biased towards known discharges (i.e., WWTP effluent). ..
  20. Huo S, Li C, Xi B, Yu Z, Yeager K, Wu F. Historical record of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and special occurrence of PCB 209 in a shallow fresh-water lake from eastern China. Chemosphere. 2017;184:832-840 pubmed publisher
  21. Fèvre E, de Glanville W, Thomas L, Cook E, Kariuki S, Wamae C. An integrated study of human and animal infectious disease in the Lake Victoria crescent small-holder crop-livestock production system, Kenya. BMC Infect Dis. 2017;17:457 pubmed publisher
    ..The wide diversity of pathogens under study provides a unique opportunity to explore the distribution and determinants of infection in a multi-pathogen, multi-host system. ..
  22. Sorokin D, Khijniak T, Galinski E, Kublanov I. Natronotalea proteinilytica gen. nov., sp. nov. and Longimonas haloalkaliphila sp. nov., extremely haloalkaliphilic members of the phylum Rhodothermaeota from hypersaline alkaline lakes. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2017;67:4161-4167 pubmed publisher
    ..bacterial strains, BSker2T and BSker3T, were enriched from sediments of hypersaline alkaline lakes in Kulunda Steppe (Altai, Russia) with chicken feathers as substrate, followed by pure culture isolation on ..
  23. Zhang J, Zhu C, Guan R, Xiong Z, Zhang W, Shi J, et al. Microbial profiles of a drinking water resource based on different 16S rRNA V regions during a heavy cyanobacterial bloom in Lake Taihu, China. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2017;24:12796-12808 pubmed publisher
  24. Zhou T, Ding J, Ni L, Yu J, Li H, Ding H, et al. Preparation of magnetic superhydrophilic molecularly imprinted resins for detection of triazines in aqueous samples. J Chromatogr A. 2017;1497:38-46 pubmed publisher
    ..38?gL-1). At the spiked level (5?gL-1), the recoveries are in the range of 85-101% with the RSDs ?7%. This work provided a novel and efficient approach for the detection of triazines in aqueous samples. ..
  25. Xu H, Guo L. Molecular size-dependent abundance and composition of dissolved organic matter in river, lake and sea waters. Water Res. 2017;117:115-126 pubmed publisher
  26. Rawn D, Dowd M, Scuby M, Pantazopoulos P, Feeley M. Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Polychlorinated Dioxins-Furans in Lake Trout and Whitefish Composite Samples from Commercial Fisheries in Lakes Erie, Huron, and Superior. J Food Prot. 2017;80:1228-1238 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings provide insight into PCB and PCDD/F concentrations in two commercially important fish species over a discrete time period. ..
  27. Jørgensen E, Maule A, Evenset A, Christensen G, Bytningsvik J, Frantzen M, et al. Biomarker response and hypothalamus-pituitary-interrenal axis functioning in Arctic charr from Bjørnøya (74°30'?N), Norway, with high levels of organohalogenated compounds. Aquat Toxicol. 2017;187:64-71 pubmed publisher
    ..compounds (strongly dominated by polychlorinated biphenyls, PCBs) than conspecifics residing in other, proximate lakes on the island...
  28. Quadroni S, Bettinetti R. Health risk assessment for the consumption of fresh and preserved fish (Alosa agone) from Lago di Como (Northern Italy). Environ Res. 2017;156:571-578 pubmed publisher
    ..The results of this work highlighted the need of continuous biomonitoring of those contaminants considered a past issue along with the emergent ones. ..
  29. Luo X, Li L, Wang C, Bourland W, Lin X, Hu X. Morphologic and phylogenetic studies of two hypotrichous ciliates, with notes on morphogenesis in Gastrostyla steinii Engelmann, 1862 (Ciliophora, Hypotrichia). Eur J Protistol. 2017;60:119-133 pubmed publisher
    ..Y2 (KT780432) (probably a misidentification), nest together in the big group of the subfamily Stylonychinae with moderate to high support (ML/BI, 91%/0.95), very likely revealing the monophyly of the genus Gastrostyla. ..
  30. Chun S, Cui Y, Ko S, Lee H, Oh H, Ahn C. Silanimonas algicola sp. nov., isolated from laboratory culture of a bloom-forming cyanobacterium, Microcystis. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2017;67:3274-3278 pubmed publisher
    ..nov. is proposed. The type strain is M23T (=KCTC 52219T=JCM 31889T)...
  31. Ye Z, Liu H, Chen Y, Shu S, Wu Q, Wang S. Analysis of water level variation of lakes and reservoirs in Xinjiang, China using ICESat laser altimetry data (2003-2009). PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0183800 pubmed publisher
    This study utilizes ICESat Release 33 GLA14 data to analyse water level variation of Xinjiang's lakes and reservoirs from 2003 to 2009...
  32. Hofmann M, Bracamonte S, Eizaguirre C, Barluenga M. Molecular characterization of MHC class IIB genes of sympatric Neotropical cichlids. BMC Genet. 2017;18:15 pubmed publisher
    ..the most convincing examples of sympatric and repeated parallel radiation events within and among isolated crater lakes. Here, we characterized the genes of MHC class IIB chain of the Midas cichlid species complex (Amphilophus cf...
  33. Vink J, van Zomeren A, Dijkstra J, Comans R. When soils become sediments: Large-scale storage of soils in sandpits and lakes and the impact of reduction kinetics on heavy metals and arsenic release to groundwater. Environ Pollut. 2017;227:146-156 pubmed publisher
    ..Practical methods are suggested to facilitate the practice of environmentally acceptable soil storage under water. ..
  34. Lyu K, Zhang L, Gu L, Zhu X, Wilson A, Yang Z. Cladoceran offspring tolerance to toxic Microcystis is promoted by maternal warming. Environ Pollut. 2017;227:451-459 pubmed publisher
    ..Given that lakes are sentinels for climate change and that elevated temperatures and nutrient pollution can favor phytoplankton ..
  35. Chertoprud E, Sinev A, Dimante Deimantovica I. Fauna of Cladocera and Copepoda from Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (China). Zootaxa. 2017;4258:561-573 pubmed publisher
    This study evaluates the species composition of Cladocera and Copepoda in the five lakes of the Bogda-Shan Mountain range and in the floodplain of the Tarim and Konchedarya rivers located in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China (..
  36. Liu W, Ma L, Abuduwaili J, Li Y. Distribution, source analysis, and ecological risk assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the typical topsoil of the Issyk-Kul Lake Basin. Environ Monit Assess. 2017;189:398 pubmed publisher
    ..48 and 13.78 ng g-1 with an average of 6.23 ng g-1, which currently does not pose any health risk to human life. ..
  37. Beacham T, Withler R. Population structure of sea-type and lake-type sockeye salmon and kokanee in the Fraser River and Columbia River drainages. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0183713 pubmed publisher
    ..Studies employing geographically restricted population sampling may not outline accurately the phylogenetic history of salmonid ecotypes. ..
  38. Han J, Zhang H, Zheng W, Chen G, Du Z. Confluentibacter citreus sp. nov., isolated from lake sediment, and emended description of the genus Confluentibacter. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2017;67:4008-4012 pubmed publisher
    ..nov. is proposed. The type strain is XJNYT (=KCTC 52638T=MCCC 1H00183T)...
  39. Lyndall J, Barber T, Mahaney W, Bock M, Capdevielle M. Evaluation of triclosan in Minnesota lakes and rivers: Part I - ecological risk assessment. Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2017;142:578-587 pubmed publisher
    ..We conducted an aquatic risk assessment that incorporated the available measured triclosan data from Minnesota lakes and rivers...
  40. Chen M, Kim S, Jung H, Hyun J, Choi J, Lee H, et al. Dynamics of dissolved organic matter in riverine sediments affected by weir impoundments: Production, benthic flux, and environmental implications. Water Res. 2017;121:150-161 pubmed publisher
  41. Imani S, Niksokhan M, Jamshidi S, Abbaspour K. Discharge permit market and farm management nexus: an approach for eutrophication control in small basins with low-income farmers. Environ Monit Assess. 2017;189:346 pubmed publisher
    ..By these sets of strategies, a WLA on the brink of failure can turn into a cost-effective and sustainable policy for eutrophication control in small basins. ..
  42. Casali S, Dos Santos A, de Falco P, Calijuri M. Influence of environmental variables on saxitoxin yields by Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii in a mesotrophic subtropical reservoir. J Water Health. 2017;15:509-518 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results indicate that C. raciborskii toxin yields vary depending on the enrichment conditions having potential implications for reservoir management. ..
  43. Ramakrishnan Varadarajan A, Mopuri R, Streelman J, McGrath P. Genome-wide protein phylogenies for four African cichlid species. BMC Evol Biol. 2018;18:1 pubmed publisher
    The thousands of species of closely related cichlid fishes in the great lakes of East Africa are a powerful model for understanding speciation and the genetic basis of trait variation...
  44. Hlavsa M, Roberts V, Kahler A, Hilborn E, Mecher T, Beach M, et al. Outbreaks of Illness Associated with Recreational Water--United States, 2011-2012. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2015;64:668-72 pubmed
    ..g., pools and hot tubs or spas) or untreated (e.g., lakes and oceans)...
  45. Huggett M, Kavazos C, Bernasconi R, Czarnik R, Horwitz P. Bacterioplankton assemblages in coastal ponds reflect the influence of hydrology and geomorphological setting. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2017;93: pubmed publisher
    ..Coastal lakes are recipients of, and thus are connected to, both marine and terrestrial environments...
  46. Lin D, Cho Y, Oen A, Eek E, Tommerdahl J, Luthy R. Toolset for assessment of natural recovery from legacy contaminated sediment: Case study of Pallanza Bay, Lake Maggiore, Italy. Water Res. 2017;121:109-119 pubmed publisher
  47. Duan H, Tao M, Loiselle S, Zhao W, Cao Z, Ma R, et al. MODIS observations of cyanobacterial risks in a eutrophic lake: Implications for long-term safety evaluation in drinking-water source. Water Res. 2017;122:455-470 pubmed publisher
    ..Remote sensing cyanobacterial risk mapping provides a new tool for reservoir and lake management programs. ..
  48. Dembowska E, Mieszczankin T, Napiórkowski P. Changes of the phytoplankton community as symptoms of deterioration of water quality in a shallow lake. Environ Monit Assess. 2018;190:95 pubmed publisher
    ..This group of algae had the average biomass 9.734 mg l-1, which constituted almost 92% of the total biomass. ..
  49. Dai G, Peng N, Zhong J, Yang P, Zou B, Chen H, et al. Effect of metals on microcystin abundance and environmental fate. Environ Pollut. 2017;226:154-162 pubmed publisher
    ..The results indicate that metals involved in MC transportation and degradation may play an important role in the environmental fate of MC. ..
  50. Sukenik A, Viner Mozzini Y, Tavassi M, Nir S. Removal of cyanobacteria and cyanotoxins from lake water by composites of bentonite with micelles of the cation octadecyltrimethyl ammonium (ODTMA). Water Res. 2017;120:165-173 pubmed publisher
    Cyanobacteria and their toxins present potential hazard to consumers of water from lakes, reservoirs and rivers, thus their removal via water treatment is essential...
  51. Santolaria Z, Arruebo T, Pardo A, Rodríguez Casals C, Matesanz J, Lanaja F, et al. Natural and anthropic effects on hydrochemistry and major and trace elements in the water mass of a Spanish Pyrenean glacial lake set. Environ Monit Assess. 2017;189:324 pubmed publisher
    ..Li, Co, Cu, U, Pb, Hg, Au, Sn, Zn, Cd, Ag, Ni) elements in the water mass of four selected Pyrenean cirque glacial lakes (Sabocos, Baños, Truchas and Escalar tarns) with different catchment features, between 2010 and 2013...
  52. Bamford A, Razafindrajao F, Young R, Hilton G. Profound and pervasive degradation of Madagascar's freshwater wetlands and links with biodiversity. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0182673 pubmed publisher
    ..estimated PC values, we used the GLMs to predict the number of endemic bird species at an independent sample of 22 lakes. The predicted values correlated with the observed number of species, demonstrating that our procedure can ..
  53. Jeffery N, Yampolsky L, Gregory T. Nuclear DNA content correlates with depth, body size, and diversification rate in amphipod crustaceans from ancient Lake Baikal, Russia. Genome. 2017;60:303-309 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results suggest that major genomic changes, including transposable element proliferation, have accompanied speciation that was driven by selection for differences in body size and habitat preference in Lake Baikal amphipods. ..
  54. Mucci M, Noyma N, de Magalhães L, Miranda M, Van Oosterhout F, Guedes I, et al. Chitosan as coagulant on cyanobacteria in lake restoration management may cause rapid cell lysis. Water Res. 2017;118:121-130 pubmed publisher
  55. Lasee S, Mauricio J, Thompson W, Karnjanapiboonwong A, Kasumba J, Subbiah S, et al. Microplastics in a freshwater environment receiving treated wastewater effluent. Integr Environ Assess Manag. 2017;13:528-532 pubmed publisher
    ..presence of microplastics (particle sizes 53-105??m and 106-179??m) spatially and temporally in 3 connected urban lakes being fed by treated wastewater effluent in Lubbock, Texas. These lakes also serve as drainage during storm events...
  56. ROBERTS J, Fausch K, Schmidt T, Walters D. Thermal regimes of Rocky Mountain lakes warm with climate change. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0179498 pubmed publisher
    ..b>Lakes, in response to these changes, are experiencing increases in both summer temperatures and ice-free days...
  57. Ramachandran A, Walsh D. Investigation of XoxF methanol dehydrogenases reveals new methylotrophic bacteria in pelagic marine and freshwater ecosystems. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2015;91: pubmed publisher
    The diversity and distribution of methylotrophic bacteria have been investigated in the oceans and lakes using the methanol dehydrogenase mxaF gene as a functional marker...
  58. Edmunds N, McCann K, Laberge F. Food Web Structure Shapes the Morphology of Teleost Fish Brains. Brain Behav Evol. 2016;87:128-38 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, these results suggest that food web structure has fundamentally contributed to the shaping of teleost brain morphology. ..
  59. Wang J, Zhu Y. Occurrence and risk assessment of estrogenic compounds in the East Lake, China. Environ Toxicol Pharmacol. 2017;52:69-76 pubmed publisher
    ..1ng/L, L4 with 4.62ng/L, L2 with 4.58ng/L and L5 with 2.62ng/L, respectively. Meanwhile, sampling sites at high risk generally were surrounded with hospitals, hotels and residential buildings where had high population density. ..
  60. Turner S, Rose N, Goldsmith B, Bearcock J, Scheib C, Yang H. Using public participation to sample trace metals in lake surface sediments: the OPAL Metals Survey. Environ Monit Assess. 2017;189:241 pubmed publisher
    ..metals survey using public participation and reveals a snapshot of the extent of metals contamination in ponds and lakes across England...
  61. K M, S V, Limaye R, Padmalal D, Kumaran N. Geomorphic response to sea level and climate changes during Late Quaternary in a humid tropical coastline: Terrain evolution model from Southwest India. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0176775 pubmed publisher
    ..and Thenmala Shear Zones reveal a unique set of geomorphic features like beach ridges, runnels, chain of wetlands, lakes, estuaries, etc...
  62. Han L, Li Z, Guo X, Tan J, He S, Cui X, et al. Hannaella dianchiensis sp. nov., a basidiomycetous yeast species isolated from lake water. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2017;67:2014-2018 pubmed publisher
    ..The name Hannaella dianchiensis sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is YIM-HL1107T (=CBS 14191T=CCTCC AY 2015009T), and the MycoBank number is MB 816297. ..
  63. Phelps Q, Tripp S, Bales K, James D, Hrabik R, Herzog D. Incorporating basic and applied approaches to evaluate the effects of invasive Asian Carp on native fishes: A necessary first step for integrated pest management. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0184081 pubmed publisher
    ..However, knowledge gaps remain. We suggest future efforts should conduct more in depth analyses (i.e., multivariate statistical approaches) that investigate the influence on all native species. ..
  64. Cui Y, Chun S, Ko S, Lee H, Srivastava A, Oh H, et al. Reyranella aquatilis sp. nov., an alphaproteobacterium isolated from a eutrophic lake. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2017;67:3496-3500 pubmed publisher
    ..nov. is proposed. The type strain is Seoho-37T (=KCTC 52223T=JCM 31892T). ..
  65. Hilborn E, Roberts V, Backer L, DeConno E, Egan J, HYDE J, et al. Algal bloom-associated disease outbreaks among users of freshwater lakes--United States, 2009-2010. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2014;63:11-5 pubmed
    ..11 waterborne disease outbreaks associated with algal blooms were reported; these HABs all occurred in freshwater lakes. The outbreaks occurred in three states and affected at least 61 persons...
  66. Manuel J. Nutrient pollution: a persistent threat to waterways. Environ Health Perspect. 2014;122:A304-9 pubmed publisher
  67. Zakharyuk A, Kozyreva L, Ariskina E, Troshina O, Kopitsyn D, Shcherbakova V. Alkaliphilus namsaraevii sp. nov., an alkaliphilic iron- and sulfur-reducing bacterium isolated from a steppe soda lake. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2017;67:1990-1995 pubmed publisher
    ..nov. is proposed. The type strain is ?-07-2T (=VKM ?-2746?=DSM 26418?). ..
  68. Tian D, Xie G, Tian J, Tseng K, Shum C, Lee J, et al. Spatiotemporal variability and environmental factors of harmful algal blooms (HABs) over western Lake Erie. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0179622 pubmed publisher
    ..Both consistency and differences of findings of the study with others in the region may suggest strengths and limitations of the remotely sensed imagery-based analysis, offering valuable information for future work. ..
  69. Li S, Zhang J, Guo E, Zhang F, Ma Q, Mu G. Dynamics and ecological risk assessment of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in the Yinma River Watershed: Rivers, reservoirs, and urban waters. Environ Res. 2017;158:245-254 pubmed publisher
    ..The ecological risk assessment results objectively reflect the regional ecological environment and demonstrate the potential of ecological risk assessment of pollutants over traditional chemical measurements. ..
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