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The Buffalo-Niagara metropolitan region contains over 1.1 million residents on an urban to rural gradient. These populations place a variety of anthropogenic stressors on the streams and rivers that flow into Lake Erie and the lake itself. Excess nutrients and sediments from urban, suburban, and rural communities, wintertime road salt deposition, and fuel-pollution from leisure activities affect aquatic life. Our objective was to analyze the effects these stressors have on the periphytic algaedoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.6512351 fatcat:5nzw2fupcbbcnnqrs6trblbama