Calcium in Ontario’s Inland Lakes

Author: 
Unknown
Date: 
2012
Location: 
U-Links
Collection: 
Host: 
CHA
Source: 
Water
Abstract: 
Calcium is a nutrient that is required by all living organisms. For example, water fleas, which are tiny organisms called zooplankton, are very sensitive to declining calcium levels. Daphnia use calcium in the water to form their calciumrich body coverings when they moult. This document explains about calcium in Lake Ontario