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Ryder E, de Eyto E, Dillane M, Poole R, Jennings E.  2014.  Identifying the role of environmental drivers in organic carbon export from a forested peat catchment. Science of The Total Environment. 490:28-36.
Rose KC, Winslow LA, Read JS, Read EK, Solomon CT, Adrian R, Hanson PC.  2014.  Improving the precision of lake ecosystem metabolism estimates by identifying predictors of model uncertainty. Limnology & Oceanography Methods. (12):303-312.
Rigosi A, Carey CC, Ibelings BW, Brookes JD.  2014.  The interaction between climate warming and eutrophication to promote cyanobacteria is dependent on trophic state and varies among taxa. Limnol. Oceanogr. 59(1):99-114.
Mackay E.M., Folkard A.M., Jones I.D..  2014.  Interannual variations in atmospheric forcing determine trajectories of hypolimnetic soluble reactive phosphorus supply in a eutrophic lake.. Freshwater Biology. 59:1648-1658.
Leppäranta M.  2014.  Interpretation of statistics of lake ice time series for climate variability. Hydrology Research. 45(4-5):683.
Winslow LA, Read JS, Hanson PC, Stanley EH.  2014.  Lake shoreline in the contiguous United States: quantity, distribution and sensitivity to observation resolution. Freshwater Biology. 59(2):213-223.
Williamson C.E., Brentrup J.A., Zhang J., Renwick W.H., Hargreaves B.R., .B.Knoll L, Overholt E.P., Rose K.C..  2014.  Lakes as sensors in the landscape: Optical metrics as scalable sentinel responses to climate change. Limnology and Oceanography. 59(3):840-850.
North RP, North RL, Livingstone DM, Koester O, Kipfer R.  2014.  Long-term changes in hypoxia and soluable reactive phosphorus in the hypolimnion of a large temperate lake: consequences of a climate regime shift. Global Change Biology. 20(3):811-823.
Couture RM, Tominaga K, Starrfelt J, Moe JS, Kaste O, Wright RW.  2014.  Modelling phosphorus loading and algal blooms in a nordic agricultural catchment-lake system under changing land-use and climate. Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts. (16)
Barroso G.F..  2014.  The Morphometry of Lake Palmas, a Deep Natural Lake in Brazil. PLOS ONE. 9:e111469..
Woolway RI, Maberly SC, Jones ID.  2014.  A novel method for estimating the onset of thermal stratification in lakes from surface water measurements. Water Resources Research.
Hanson PC, Buffam I, Rusak JA, Stanley EH, Watras CJ.  2014.  Quantifying lake allochthonous organic carbon budgets using a simple equilibrium model. Limnol Oceanogr. 59(1):167-181.
.R.Gari S.  2014.  A review of the application and evolution of the DPSIR framework with an emphasis on coastal social-ecological systems. Ocean & Coastal Management. (103):15.
Williamson CE, Zepp R.G., Lucas R.M., Madronich S., Austin A.T., Ballare C.L, Norval M., Sulzberger B., Bais A.F., McKenzie R.L. et al..  2014.  Solar ultraviolet radiation in a changing climate. Nature Climate Change. 4:434-441.
Sadro S, Holtgrieve, G. W., Solomon CT, Koch GR.  2014.  Widespread variability in overnight patterns of ecosystem respiration linked to gradients in dissolved organic matter, residence time, and productivity in a global set of lakes. Limnology and Oceanography. 59(5)
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.


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