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Greenr: Lake Roto-a-Tamaheke, New Zealand Case Study

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Authors Brian Jones and Robin Renaut wrote this published this scholarly article through the Canadian Journal of Science, through Greenr. They state there thesis in the intro, along with many sources of cited background information to agree with there opinions. This article is current, and dated October 1st 2012.
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Fish that rule Lake Malawi, racing dolphins & reef animals - YouTube

http://www.earth-touch.com They're the undisputed rulers of Lake Malawi - meet the diverse & colourful cichlid fish (00:50)! The Earth-Touch crew also films ...
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Earth Touch, the organization to curate this video, talks about animals in Lake Malawi. They dive into the water and take videos of these animals in order to show the wildlife of Lake Malawi. Although the video was made in 2011 it should be ok because it is decently recent and most of these animals are still in the lake.

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Science in Context - Importance to Humans: Golf Course Run Off- Journal

Science in Context - Importance to Humans: Golf Course Run Off- Journal | Lakes and ponds | Scoop.it
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October 2012. Ann Perry, author for the Agricultural Research, in her scholarly article explains the detriments of gold course run offs into lakes and ones. All credit is given to This research i"part of Water Availability and Watershed Management (#211), an ARS national program described at www.nps.ars.usda.gov."
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Science in Context - Cascade Frogs

Science in Context - Cascade Frogs | Lakes and ponds | Scoop.it

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Eric Wagner, the author for this scholarly article on animal life of lakes and ponds, uses outside sources quoting people to persuade his more bias opinions. This article is up to date as of winter 2014, and sites all of its sources correctly.

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Science in Context - Reference Site

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This article is a reference source written by Louise Dickerson, that provides background information on lakes and ponds and there water circulation, wind, light and temperature. It cites all of its sources and was written through Gale Enclyopedia of Science in its current year of 2014.
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Science in Context - News Article

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This source is written and published by ENPNewswirem and has a bibliography and works cited included. It is a current updated article of December 2014. The authors are scholarly writers, and has a clear opinionated thesis, with backup information to support the purpose.
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Science in Context - Acid Rain Magazine Article

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Author Mitchell Lelia published this as a secondary source and cited his journal article. It is opinion based, with a biased thesis. This journal is current and up to date as of August 2014.
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Greenr: Lake Roto-a-Tamaheke, New Zealand Case Study

Greenr: Lake Roto-a-Tamaheke, New Zealand Case Study | Lakes and ponds | Scoop.it
Alex G's insight:
Authors Brian Jones and Robin Renaut wrote this published this scholarly article through the Canadian Journal of Science, through Greenr. They state there thesis in the intro, along with many sources of cited background information to agree with there opinions. This article is current, and dated October 1st 2012.
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