Oneida Lake


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Oneida Lake

(ōnī`də), c.80 sq mi (210 sq km), 22 mi (35 km) long and 1 to 5 mi (1.6–8.1 km) wide, central N.Y., NE of Syracuse. The New York State Canal SystemNew York State Canal System,
waterway system, 524 mi (843 km) long, traversing New York state and connecting the Great Lakes with the Finger Lakes, the Hudson River, and Lake Champlain.
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 links the eastern end of the lake with the Mohawk River and also follows part of the Oneida River, which flows from the western end of the lake c.20 mi (30 km) into the Oswego River.
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Approximately 150 million walleye fry are stocked into Oneida Lake, and 300,000 are transferred to both the South Otselic and Chautauqua fish hatcheries to be reared in outdoor earthen ponds.
Rudstam, Mills, Jackson, and Stewart present a detailed, long-term study of a single ecosystem, Oneida Lake in upstate New York, and provide evidence that long-term, sustained research is essential in order to manage and respond to natural fluctuations in the world around us.
Critique: Nicely illustrated with black-and-white photos, "Fishing Oneida Lake" is as informed and informative as it is thoroughly 'user friendly' in content, composition, and presentation.
Bangham, from Wooster College in Ohio, joined Venard as a summer scholarship researcher for this final part of a four part series that became the Lake's equivalent of Van Cleave and Mueller's classic work on parasites of Oneida Lake fishes.
Growth and Feeding Dynamics of Lake Sturgeon, Acipenser fulvescens, in Oneida Lake, New York: Results from the First Five Years of a Restoration Program.
Meanwhile a new site in the South Bay area of Oneida Lake improves service in the Lake Shore Country Club area and along Route 31 and a further site is situated in Henderson Harbor.
Oneida Lake provides an opportunity to configure a detailed, individual-based model of a predator-prey system.
Two other species of diaptomid copepod produce dormant eggs in Oneida Lake, New York, that may remain viable for decades (Hairston and Van Brunt 1994).
Among the most successful and popularly recognized programs are Oneida Lake, the Oswegatchie River, and the lower Genesee River.
Oneida Lake, Chautauqua Lake, and parts of the 1000 Islands area of the St.
Oneida Lake, just north of Syracuse, is the inland capital of walleye fishing in the state.