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2016
Yao H, James A, McConnell C, Turnbull T, Field T, Somers KM.  2016.  Relative contributions of stream concentration, stream discharge and shoreline load to base cation trends in Red Chalk and Harp lakes, south-central Ontario, Canada. Hydrological Processes. 30:857-872.
Yang Y, Pettersson K, Padisák J.  2016.  Repetitive baselines of phytoplankton succession in an unstably stratified temperate lake (Lake Erken, Sweden): a long-term analysis. Hydrobiologia. 764(1):211-227.
Khua J.K., Arvola A., Hanson P.C., Houtari J., Huttula T., Juntunen J., Jarvinen M., Kallio K, Ketola M., Kuoppamaki K. et al..  2016.  Response of boreal lakes to episodic weather-induced events. Inland Waters. 6:523-534.
Honti M., Istvanovics V., Staehr P.A., Brighenti L.S., Zhu M., Zhu G..  2016.  Robust estimation of lake metabolism by coupling high frequency dissolved oxygen and chlorophyll fluorescence data in a Bayesian framework. Inland Waters. 6
Nõges P, Cremona F, Laas A, Martma T, Rõõm E-I, Toming K, Viik M, Vilbaste S, Noges T.  2016.  Role of a productive lake in carbon sequestration within a calcareous catchment.. Science of the Total Environment. 550
Laas A, Cremona F, Meinson P, Room E-I, Nõges T, Nõges P.  2016.  Summer depth distribution profiles of dissolved CO2 and O2 in shallow temperate lakes reveal trophic state and lake type specific differences. Science of the Total Environment. 566-567:63-75.
Laas A, Cremona F, Meinson P, Room E-I, Noges T, Nõges P.  2016.  Summer depth distribution profiles of dissolved CO2 and O2 in shallow temperate lakes reveal trophic state and lake type specific differences. Science of the Total Environment. :566-567.
Read J.S., Gries C., Read E.K., Klug J.L., Hanson P., Hipsey M., Jennings E., O'Reilly C., Winslow L.A., Pierson D. et al..  2016.  A synergistic opportunity for environmental networks: Pairing open data with community-built tools. . Inland Waters. 6:555-564.
2015
Tan Z., Zhuang Q..  2015.  Arctic lakes are continuous methane sources to the atmosphere under warming conditions. Environmental Research Letters. 10
Woolway RI, Jones ID, Hamilton DP, Maberly SC, Muraoka K, Read JS, Smyth RL, Winslow LA.  2015.  Automated calculation of surface energy fluxes with high-frequency lake buoy data. Environmental Modelling & Software. 70:191-198.
Garcia SL, Buck M, McMahon KD, Grossart H-P, Eiler A, Warnecke F.  2015.  Auxotrophy and intrapopulation complementary in the ‘interactome’ of a cultivated freshwater model community. Molecular Ecology. 24(17):4449-4459.
Dunalska JA, Grochowska J, Sniewski G, Orkowska-Krzebietke A.  2015.  Can we restore badly degraded urban lakes? Ecological Engineering. 82:432-441.
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.
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.
Rigosi A, Hanson PC, Hamilton DP, Hipsey MR, Rusak JA, Bois J, Sparber K, Chorus I, Watkinson AJ, Qin B et al..  2015.  Determining the probability of cyanobacterial blooms: the application of Bayesian networks in multiple lake systems. Ecological Applications. 25(1):186-199.
Shao C, Chen J, Stepien CA, Chu H, Ouyang Z, Bridgeman TB, Czajkowski KP, Becker RH, John R.  2015.  Diurnal to annual changes in latent, sensible heat, and CO2 fluxes over a Laurentian Great Lake: A case study in Western Lake Erie. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 120(8):1587-1604.
Rose KC, Williamson C.E., Kissman CEH, Saros JE.  2015.  Does allochthony in lakes change across an elevation gradient? Ecology. :150605123505009.
Hamilton D.P., Carey C.C., Arvola L., Arzberger P., Brewer C., Cole J.J., Jennings E..  2015.  A Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON) for synthesising high-frequency sensor data for validation of deterministic ecological models. Inland Waters. 5(1):49-56.
Read EK, Patil VP, Oliver SK, Hetherington AL, Brentrup J.A., Zwart JA, Winters KM, Corman JR, Nodine ER, Woolway RI et al..  2015.  The importance of lake-specific characteristics for water quality across the continental United States. Ecological Applications. 25(4):943-955.
Zhu M., Zhu G., Nurminen L..  2015.  The influence of macrophytes on sediment resuspension and the effect of associated nutrients in a shallow and large lake (Lake Taihu, China). Plos ONE. 10(6)
Tan Z., Zhuang Q., Henze D.K., Frankenberg C., Dlugokencky E., Sweeney C., Turner A.J..  2015.  Mapping pan-Arctic methane emissions at high spatial resolution using an adjoint atmospheric transport and inversion method and process-based wetland and lake biogeochemical models. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions. 15
Tan Z., Zhuang Q..  2015.  Methane emissions from pan-Arctic lakes during the 21st century: An analysis with process-based models of lake evolution and biogeochemistry. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 120
Read JS, Rose K.C., Winslow LA, Read EK.  2015.  A method for estimating the diffuse attenuation coefficient ( K d PAR ) from paired temperature sensors. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. 13(2):53-61.
Beversdorf LJ, Chaston SD, Miller TR, McMahon KD.  2015.  Microcystin mcyA and mcyE Gene Abundances Are Not Appropriate Indicators of Microcystin Concentrations in Lakes. PLOS ONE. 10(5):e0125353.

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