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Shade A, Carey CC, Kara EL, Bertilsson S, McMahon KD, Smith MC.  2009.  Can the black box be cracked? The augmentation of microbial ecology by high-resolution, automated sensing technologies. The ISME Journal. 3:881-888.
Dunalska JA, Grochowska J, Sniewski G, Orkowska-Krzebietke A.  2015.  Can we restore badly degraded urban lakes? Ecological Engineering. 82:432-441.
Dunalska J, Wiśniewski G.  2016.  Can we stop the degradation of lakes? Innovative approaches in lake restoration. Ecological Engineering. 95:714-722.
Ferrer NC, Cony NL, Fornerón CF, Piccolo MC.  2011.  Caracterización del fitoplancton y estado trófico de la laguna Sauce Grande (Provincia de Buenos Aires) en el otoño de 2010. Aquatic Biology Journal.
Bohn VY, Piccolo MC, Perillo GME, Fornerón CF.  2011.  Caracterización óptica de las lagunas Sauce Grande y Chasicó (Provincia de Buenos Aires). Aquatic Biology Journal.
Yajima H, Choi J.  2013.  Changes in phytoplankton biomass due to diversion of an inflow into the Urayama Reservoir. Ecological Engineering. 58:180-191.
Stone AG.  2011.  China Aims to Turn Tide Against Toxic Lake Pollution Panel Blasts Ethics , Science of 1940s Guatemala Studies. Science. :1210-1211.
Weyhenmeyer GA, Mackay M., Stockwell J.D., Thiery W., Grossart H.-P., Augusto-Silva P.B., .M.Baulch H, de Eyto E., Hejzlar J., Kangur K. et al..  2017.  Citizen science shows systematic changes in the temperature difference between air and inland waters with global warming. Scientific Reports. 7
MacIntyre S, Fram JP, Kushner PJ, Bettez ND, Brien WJO, Hobbie JE, Kling GW.  2009.  Climate-related variations in mixing dynamics in an Alaskan arctic lake. Limnology and Oceanography. 54:2401-2417.
Trolle D, Hamilton DP, Hipsey MR, Bolding K, Bruggeman J, Mooij WM, Janse JH, Nielsen A, Jeppesen E, Elliott JA et al..  2011.  A community-based framework for aquatic ecosystem models. Hydrobiologia. 683:25-34.
Ghylin TW, Garcia SL, Moya F, Oyserman BO, Schwientek P, Forest KT, Mutschler J, Dwulit-Smith J, Chan L-K, Martinez-Garcia M et al..  2014.  Comparative single-cell genomics reveals potential ecological niches for the freshwater acI Actinobacteria lineage. The ISME Journal. 8(12):2503-2516.
Yao H, Samal NR, Joehnk KD, Fang X, Bruce LC, Pierson DC, Rusak JA, James A.  2014.  Comparing ice and temperature simulations by four dynamic lake models in Harp Lake: past performance and future predictions. Hydrological Processes. 28:4587–4601.
Watras CJ, Morrison KM, Lottig NR, Kratz TK.  2015.  Comparing the diel cycles of dissolved organic matter fluorescence in a clear-water and two dark-water Wisconsin lakes: potential insights into lake metabolism. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. :150903143454004.
Woolway RI, Jones ID, Feuchtmayr H..  2015.   A comparison of the diel variability in epilimnetic temperature for five lakes in the English Lake District. Inland Waters. 5(2):139-154.
Tilak S, Arzberger P, Balsiger D, Benson B, Bhalerao R, Chiu K, Fountain T, Hamilton DP, Hanson PC, Kratz TK et al..  2007.  Conceptual challenges and practical issues in building the Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network. International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing. ISSNIP07 Conference Proceedings Melbourne, Australia. December 3-6, 2007. :3-6.
Dugan HA, Woolway RI, Santoso AB, Corman JR, Jaimes A, Nodine ER, Patil VP, Zwart JA, Brentrup J.A., Hetherington AL et al..  2016.  Consequences of gas flux model choice on the interpretation of metabolic balance across 15 lakes. Inland Waters.
Kangur K., Kumari, M., Haldna M.  2010.  Consequences of introducing the invasive amphipod Gmelinoides fasciatus into large shallow Lake Peipsi: present distribution and possible effects on fish food. Journal of Applied Ichthyology. 26:81-88.
Page T., Smith P., Beven K., Jones I.D., Elliott A., Maberly S., Mackay E., Feuchtmayr H., de Ville M..  2017.  Constraining uncertainty and process-representation in an algal community lake model using high frequency in-lake observations.. Ecological Modelling,. 357:1-17.
Meinson P, Idrizaj A, Noges P, Noges T, Laas A.  2015.  Continuous and high-frequency measurements in limnology: history, applications, and future challenges. Environmental Reviews. :1-11.
Lima MSonaira, Marques Dda Motta, They NHaig, McMahon KD, Rodrigues LRibeiro, Cardoso Lde Souza, Crossetti LOliveira.  2016.  Contrasting factors drive within-lake bacterial community composition and functional traits in a large shallow subtropical lake. Hydrobiologia.
Langman OC, Hanson PC, Carpenter SR, Hu Y-H.  2010.  Control of dissolved oxygen in northern temperate lakes over scales ranging from minutes to days. Aquatic Biology Journal. 9:193-202.
Istvánovics V, Honti M.  2018.  Coupled simulation of high-frequency dynamics of dissolved oxygen and chlorophyll widens the scope of lake metabolism studies. Limnology and Oceanography. 63(1)
Cheruvelil KS, Soranno PA, Weathers KC, Hanson PC, Goring S, Filstrup CT, Kara EL.  2014.  Creating and maintaining high-performing collaborative research teams: the importance of diversity and socio-cognitive skills.. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 12(1):31-38.

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