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de Eyto E, Kelly S., Ryder E., Dillane M, Archer L., O'Cathain D., Daly S., Lyons K., Obrador B, Brentrup J. et al..  2019.  High frequency monitoring reveals fine scale spatial and temporal dynamics of the deep chlorophyll maximum of a stratified coastal lagoon. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science . 218:278-291.
Engel F., Farrell K.J., McCullough I.M., Scordo F., Denfeld B.A., Dugan H.A., de Eyto E., Hanson P.C., McClure R.P., Noges P. et al..  2018.  A lake classification concept for a more accurate global estimate of the dissolved inorganic carbon export from terrestrial ecosystems to inland waters. The Science of Nature. 105(25)
de Eyto E, Jennings E., Ryder E., Sparber K., Dillane M., Dalton C., Poole R..  2016.  Response of a humic lake ecosystem to an extreme precipitation event: physical, chemical, and biological implications. Inland waters. 6(4):483-498.
Doyle B., de Eyto E., Dillane M., Poole R., McCarthy V., Ryder E., Jennings E.  2019.  Synchrony in catchment stream colour levels is driven by both local and regional climate. Biogeosciences. 16:1053–1071.
Rusak JA, Tanentzap A.J, Klug J.L, Rose K.C, Hendricks S.P, Jennings E., Laas A., Pierson D., Ryder E., Smyth R.L et al..  2018.  Wind and trophic status explain within and among-lake variability of algal biomass. Limnology and Oceanography Letters. 3(6):409-418.

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