Thermal pollution of rivers, lakes, etc; Animals--Effect of water pollution on
The importance of temperature as an environmental factor has long been recognized by the ecologist, and its special impact upon the aquatic ecosystem has been of interest to aquatic biologists since they first began to observe interactions between living things and the physical environment. Interest in water temperatures as an environmental factor has recently become more widespread; and one aspect of the phenomenon, namely "thermal pollution," has attracted special attention.
Biological Aspects of Heat Pollution.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 35 No.1, 25-28.
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