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Cobourn K.M., Carey C.C., Boyle K.J., Duffy C., Dugan H.A., Farrell K.J., Fitchett L., Hanson P.C., Hart J.A., Henson V.R. et al..  2018.  From concept to practice to policy: modeling coupled natural and human systems in lake catchments. Ecosphere. 9(5)
Hetherington AL, Brown RF, George A, Villamizar SR.  2011.  Freshwater advanced aquatic sensor workshop: sensors, platforms, and data management. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin. 20:82.
Rueda FJ, MacIntyre S.  2009.  Flow paths and spatial heterogeneity of stream inflows in a small multibasin lake. Limnology and Oceanography. 54:2041-2057.
Keskitalo J, Leppäranta M, Arvola L.  2013.  First records on primary producers of epiglacial and supraglacial lakes in the western Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica. Polar Biology. 36(10):1441-1450.
Yokota K, Waterfield H, Hastings C, Davidson E, Kwietniewski E, Wells B.  2017.  Finding the missing piece of the aquatic plastic pollution puzzle: Interaction between primary producers and microplastics. Limnology and Oceanography Letters. 2(4):91-104.
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.
Yu J, Li Y, Liu X, Li K, Chen F, Gulati R, Liu Z.  2013.  The fate of cyanobacteria detritus in the food web of Lake Taihu: A mesocosm study using 13C and 15N labeling.. Hydrobiologia. 710:39-46.
Hanson PC, Hamilton DP, Stanley EH, Preston N, Langman OC, Kara EL.  2011.  Fate of allochthonous dissolved organic carbon in lakes: a quantitative approach. PloS One. 6:e21884.
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Merrell K, Howe EA, Warren S.  2009.  Examining Shorelines, Littorally. LakeLine. 29(1):10-15.
Watras CJ, Morrow M, Morrison KM, Scannell S, Yaziciaglu S, Read JS, Hu Y-H, Hanson PC, Kratz TK.  2013.  Evaluation of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) for remote wetland monitoring: Design and initial results.. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. :10-1007.
Hanson PC, Carpenter SR, Kimura N, Wu CH, Cornelius SP, Kratz TK.  2008.  Evaluation of metabolism models for free-water dissolved oxygen methods in lakes. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. 6:454-465.
Mantzouki E., Campbell J., Van Loon E., Visser P., Konstantinou I., Antoniou M., Maronić D.Š.  2018.  A European Multi Lake Survey dataset of environmental variables, phytoplankton pigments and cyanotoxins. Scientific Data.
Zhu M, Zhu G, Li W, Zhang Y, Zhao L, Gu Z.  2013.  Estimation of the algal-available phosphorus pool in sediments of a large, shallow eutrophic lake (Taihu, China) using profiled SMT fractional analysis. Environmental Pollution. 173:216-223.
Kangur K, Ginter K, Kangur P, Kangur A, Nõges P, Laas A.  2016.  An estimation of diel metabolic rates of eight limnological archetypes from Estonia using high-frequency measurements. Inland Waters. 6(3):352-363.
M. H, V. I.  In Press.  Error propagation leads to spurious correlations and misinterpretation of lake metabolism. Limnology and Oceanography Methods. 17(1)
Gaeta JW, Read JS, Kitchell JF, Carpenter SR.  2012.  Eradication via destratification: whole-lake mixing to selectively remove rainbow smelt, a cold-water invasive species. Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America. 22:817-27.
Shurin JB, Winder M, Adrian R, Keller WB, Matthews B, Paterson AM, Pinel-Alloul B, Rusak JA, Yan N.  2010.  Environmental stability and lake zooplankton diversity - contrasting effects of chemical and thermal variability. Ecology Letters. 13:453-463.
United Nations Environment Programme E E A P.  2012.  Environmental effects of ozone depletion and its interactions with climate change: progress report, 2011. Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences. 11:13.
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.
Marcé R., Obrador B., Gomez-Gener L., Catalán N., Koschorreck M., Arce M.I, von Schiller D..  2018.  Emissions from dry inland waters are a blind spot in the global carbon cycle. Earth-Science Reviews. 188
Jennings E, Jones SE, Arvola L, Staehr PA, Gaiser E, Jones SE, Weathers KC, Weyhenmeyer GA, Chiu CY, de Eyto E.  2012.  Effects of weather-related episodic events in lakes: an analysis based on high-frequency data. Freshwater Biology. 57:589-601.

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