Mercury monitoring data in Stewart Lake, near Kuujjuaq, Nunavik

Foodweb position is ultimately determined by ecological processes (e.g., competition), environmental forcing (e.g., climate-change), that work directly and indirectly to affect mercury (Hg) uptake by fish (Power et al. 2002). Using fish data collected with standardized effort and gear type in Stewart Lake from two discrete periods (1999 vs 2014), between which significant local warming occurred, we examine the effects of climate warming on the fish community (relative abundance) and fish condition to draw inferences about: [1] whether warming has been associated with significant structural ecological change, and, [2] what the consequences of change may be for measured Hg concentrations in the dominant predatory fish species (Lake trout).

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Metadata Access http://www.polardata.ca/oai/provider?verb=GetRecord&metadataPrefix=fgdc&identifier=12147_fgdc
Provenance
Creator Power, Michael
Publisher Canadian Cryospheric Information Network
Contributor Polar Data Catalogue
Publication Year 2015
Rights Research programs, CCIN, or ArcticNet take no liability for the use or transmission of this data
OpenAccess true
Contact m3power(at)sciborg.uwaterloo.ca; pdc(at)uwaterloo.ca
Representation
Language English
Format Computer file
Discipline Environmental Research
Spatial Coverage (-68.500W, 58.180S, -68.500E, 58.180N)
Temporal Coverage Begin 2014-07-20T00:00:00Z
Temporal Coverage End 2014-07-25T00:00:00Z