|Title||The establishment of aquatic vegetation in and around artificial fish shelters in Douglas Lake, Michigan|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1968|
|Authors||Thomas PM, Bromley DD|
|Journal||The American Midlands Naturalist|
Artificial fish shelters installed in 1937 in Douglas Lake, Michigan, have aided in the establishment of aquatic vegetation in and around them. A gradient of plant density exists, in which the shelters proper contain the most vegetation and the density decreases as distance from the shelters increases.