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Kimura N, Liu W-C, Chiu CY, Kratz TK.  2014.  Assessing the effects of severe rainstorm-induced mixing on a subtropical, subalpine lake.. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 186(5):3091-3114.
Kimura N.  2007.  Simulation and observation of motions and temperatures in small and medium size lakes. Retrieved from North Temperate Lakes Long Term Ecological Research.
Klug JL, Richardson DC, Ewing HA, Hargreaves BR, Samal NR, Vachon D, Pierson DC, Lindsey AM, O'Donnell DM, Effler SW et al..  2012.  Ecosystem effects of a tropical cyclone on a network of lakes in northeastern North America. Environmental Science & Technology. 46:11693-701.
Klug J.L., Carey C.C., Richardson D.C., Gougis DR.  2017.  Integrating high-frequency and long-term data analyses into undergraduate ecology classes improves quantitative literacy. Ecosphere. 8(3)
Knoll L.B., Morgan A., Vanni M.J., Leach T.H., Williamson T.J., Brentrup J.A..  2016.  Quantifying pelagic phosphorus regeneration using three methods in lakes of varying productivity. Inland Waters. 6(4)(Gleon Special Issue.):509-522.
Knoll LB, Sharma S, Denfeld BA, Flaim G, Hori Y, Magnuson JJ, Straile D, Weyhenmeyer GA.  2019.  Consequences of lake and river ice loss on cultural ecosystem services. Limnology and Oceanography Letters. 4(5)
Ko, iv T, Noges T, Laas A.  2011.  Phosphorus retenion as a funciton of external loading, hydraulic turnover time, area and relative depth in 53 lakes and reservoirs. Hydrobiologia. 660(1):105-115.
Kratz TK, Williamson CE.  2007.  Response to the NEON RFI by the Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON).
Kulbe T, Livingstone DM, Guilizzoni P, Sturm M.  2008.  The use of long-term, high-frequency, automatic sampling data in a comparative study of the hypolimnia of two dissimilar Alpine lakes. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 30:371-376.
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Laas A, Noges P, Ko, iv T, Noges T.  2012.  High frequency metabolism study in a large and shallow temperate lake revealed seasonal switching between net autotrophy and net heterotropy. Hydrobiologia. 694(1):57-74.
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.
Laas A., de Eyto E., Pierson D., Jennings E..  2016.  NETLAKE guidelines for automated monitoring system development. NETLAKE guidelines for automated monitoring system development.Technical report. NETLAKE COST Action ES1201.. :58pp.
Laas A.  2012.  Productivity and nutrient retention of lakes on seasonal, interannual and morphometric scales.
Laas A, de Eyto E, Pierson D, Jennnings E.  2016.  NETLAKE Guidelines for automatic monitoring station development. NETLAKE COST.
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.
Lambrecht NL, Wittkop C, Katsev S, Fakhraee M, Swanner ED.  2018.  Geochemical characterization of two ferruginous meromictic lakes in the Upper Midwest, USA.
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.
Lauster GH, Hanson PC, Kratz TK.  2006.  Gross primary production and respiration differences among littoral and pelagic habitats in northern Wisconsin lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 63:1130-1141.
LC B, MA F, GB A, G G, DP H, PC H, AL H, JM M, JS R, K R et al..  2018.  A multi-lake comparative analysis of the General Lake Model (GLM): Stress-testing across a global observatory network. Environmental Modelling & Software. 102
Leach T.H., Beisner B.E., Carey C.C., Pernica P., Rose K.C., Huot Y., Brentrup J.A., Domaizon I., Grossart H.-P., Ibelings B.W. et al..  2018.  Patterns and drivers of deep chlorophyll maxima structure in 100 lakes: the relative importance of light and thermal stratification. Limnology and Oceanography. 63(2)
Leach TH, Beisner BE, Carey CC, Pernica P, Rose KC, Brentrup JA, Domaizon I, Grossart HP, Ibelings BW, Kelly PT et al..  2017.  Patterns and drivers of deep chlorophyll maxima structure in 100 lakes: the relative importance of light and thermal stratification. Limnology & Oceanography.
Leff L.G., Bade D., Scaffidi J, Williamson C.E., Woolverton C..  2013.  Environmental Aquatic Resource Sensing: Basic Sciences, Business Education, and Outreach.. Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education. 150:63-71.
Lei R, Leppäranta M, Erm A, Jaatinen E, Pärn O.  2011.  Field investigations of apparent optical properties of ice cover in Finnish and Estonian lakes in winter 2009. Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences. 60:50.
Leppäranta M, Järvinen O, Mattila O-P.  2013.  Structure and life cycle of supraglacial lakes in the Dronning Maud Land. Antarctic Science. 25(3):457-467.
Leppäranta M, Terzhevik A, Shirasawa K.  2010.  Solar radiation and ice melting in Lake Vendyurskoe, Russian Karelia. Hydrology Research. 41:50.

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