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2015
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.
Carey CC, Klug JL, O'Reilly C, Richardson DC.  2015.  A Model for using Environmental Data-Driven Inquiry and Exploration to Teach Limnology to Undergraduates. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin. 24(2):25-64.
Tan Z., Zhuang Q., K. Anthony W.  2015.  Modeling methane emissions from arctic lakes: Model development and site-level study. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. 7
Zwart JA, Solomon CT, Jones SE.  2015.  Phytoplankton traits predict ecosystem function in a global set of lakes. Ecology. 96(8):2257-2264.
Hipsey MR, Hamilton DP, Hanson PC, Carey CC, Coletti JZ, Read JS, Ibelings BW, Valesini FJ, Brookes JD.  2015.  Predicting the resilience and recovery of aquatic systems: A framework for model evolution within environmental observatories. Water Resources Research. 51(9):7023-7043.
O'Reilly C, Sharma S, Gray DK, Hampton SE, Read JS, Rowley RJ, Schneider P, Lenters JD, McIntyre PB, Kraemer BM et al..  2015.  Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe. Geophysical Research Letters. 42(24):10,773-10,781.
Fey SB, Mertens AN, Beversdorf LJ, McMahon KD, Cottingham KL.  2015.  Recognizing cross-ecosystem responses to changing temperatures: soil warming impacts pelagic food webs. Oikos. 124(11):1473-1481.
Brighenti LS, Staehr PA, Gagliardi LM, Brandão LPM, Elias EC, Mello NAST, Barbosa FAR, Bezerra-Neto JF.  2015.  Seasonal Changes in Metabolic Rates of Two Tropical Lakes in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil.
Weyhenmeyer GA, Kosten S, Wallin MB, Tranvik LJ, Jeppesen E, Roland F.  2015.  Significant fraction of CO2 emissions from boreal lakes derived from hydrologic inorganic carbon inputs. Nature Geoscience.
Denfeld B.A, Wallin MB, Sahlée E, Sobek S, Kokic J, Chmiel HE, Weyhenmeyer GA.  2015.  Temporal and spatial carbon dioxide concentration patterns in a small boreal lake in relation to ice-cover dynamics. Boreal Environment Research. 20
Fu C, Yao H.  2015.  Trends of ice breakup date in south-central Ontario. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmosphere. 120:9220-9236.
Bruesewitz DA, Carey CC, Richardson DC, Weathers KC.  2015.  Under-ice thermal stratification dynamics of a large, deep lake revealed by high-frequency data. Limnology and Oceanography. 60(2):347-359.
2016
Borre L, Smyth RL, Howe EA.  2016.  Adapting shoreline and riparian zone management to build resilience and mitigate impacts of climate change. NALMS LakeLine. (Summer 2016):8-13.
Marce R, George P, Buscarinu P, Deidda M, Dunalska J, de Eyto E, G F, Grossart H-P, Istvanovics V, Lenhardt M et al..  2016.  Automatic high frequency monitoring for improved lake and reservoir management. Environmental Science and Technology. 50
Read EK, O'Rourke M, Hong GS, Hanson PC, Winslow LA, Crowley S, Brewer CA, Weathers KC.  2016.  Building the Team for Team Science. Ecosphere. 7(3)
Dunalska J, Wiśniewski G.  2016.  Can we stop the degradation of lakes? Innovative approaches in lake restoration. Ecological Engineering. 95:714-722.
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.
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.
Woolway RI, Jones ID, Maberly SC.  2016.  Diel surface temperature range scales with lake size. PLoS One. 11(3)
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.
Read J.S., Gries C., Read E.K., Klug J., Hanson P., Hipsey M.R., Pierson D..  2016.  Generating community-built tools for data sharing and analysis in environmental networks. Inland Waters. 6(4):637-644.
Bendall ML, Stevens SLR, Chan L-K, Malfatti S, Schwientek P, Tremblay J, Schackwitz W, Martin J, Pati A, Bushnell B et al..  2016.  Genome-wide selective sweeps and gene-specific sweeps in natural bacterial populations. The ISME Journal.

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