|Title||Lake Huron crustacean and rotifer zooplankton, 1980: factors affecting community structure with an evaluation of water quality status|
|Year of Publication||1983|
|Institution||Great Lakes Research Division, Institute of Science and Technology, University of Michigan|
|City||Ann Arbor, MI|
Zooplankton surveillance cruises were conducted in April, May, June, and July  in Lake Huron including the North Channel and Georgian Bay. Eleven (May) to 30 (July) stations were investigated during each cruise. Zooplankton standing stock were characteristic of those of the more oligotrophic or meso-oligotrophic regions of the Great Lakes. Crustacean standing stocks were low. Rotifer standing stocks also were indicative of oligotrophic to meso-oligotrophic conditions. Crustaceans were the numerically dominant zooplankton in Lake Huron.