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Bezerra-Neto JF, Brighenti LS, Mello NASTD, Pinto-Coehlo RM.  2012.  Hydroacoustic assessment of fish and Chaoborus (Diptera-Chaoboridae) distribution in three Neotropical lakes. Acta Limnologica Brasiliensia. 24(1)
Dunalska JA.  2020.  How the integrated engineering solutions can support the lakes restoration? Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology.
Müller RA, Kothawala DN, Podgrajsek E, Sahlee E, Koehler B, Tranvik LJ, Weyhenmeyer GA.  2014.  Hourly, daily, and seasonal variability in the absorption spectra of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in a eutrophic, humic lake. J. Geophys. Res. Biogeosciences. 119, doi:10.1002/2014JG002719
Smyth R.L., Caruso A., M.A. Borre, Zhu G., Hetherington A.L., Jennings E., Klug J.L., Piccolo M.L., Rusak J.A., Weather K.C. et al..  2016.  High-frequency lake data benefits society through broader engagement with citizens, stakeholders, and decision makers: a synthesis of GLEON data use survey and member experiences. . Inland Waters. 6:555-564.
Cremona F, Laas A, Noges P, Noges T.  2014.  High-frequency data within a modeling framework: On the benefit of assessing uncertainties of lake metabolism. Ecological Modelling. 294:27-35.
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.
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.
Fornerón CF, Piccolo MC, Cony NL, Ferrer NC.  2010.  Hidrografía de la laguna Sauce Grande durante el otoño de 2010 (Provinicia de Buenos Aires). Contribuciones Científicas Sociedad Argentina de Estudios Geográficos (GAEA). 22:197-206.
Koschorreck M, Downing AS, Hejzlar J, Marcé R, Laas A, Arndt WG, Keller PS, Smolders AJP, van Dijk G, Kosten S.  2020.   Hidden treasures: Human-made aquatic ecosystems harbour unexplored opportunities. Ambio. 49(2)
Kangur K, Ginter K, Kangur P, Kangur A, Nõges P, Laas A.  2016.  hanges in water temperature and chemistry preceding a massive kill of bottom-dwelling fish: an analysis of high-frequency buoy data of shallow Lake Võrtsjärv (Estonia). Inland Waters. 6(4)
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.
Pinheiro-Silva L, Gianuca A.T, Petrucio M.M.  2020.  Grazing efficiency asymmetry drives zooplankton top-down control on phytoplankton in a subtropical lake dominated by non-toxic cyanobacteria. Hydrobiologia. 847
Hanson PC.  2007.  A grassroots approach to sensor and science networks. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 5:343.
Read JS, Shade A, Wu CH, Gorzalski A, McMahon KD.  2011.  Gradual Entrainment Lake Inverter (GELI): A novel device for experimental lake mixing. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. :14-28.
[Anonymous].  2016.  Global patterns of light saturation and photoinhibition of lake primary production. Inland Waters. 6:593-607.
Staehr PA, Brighenti LS, Honti M, Christensen JPA, Rose KC.  2016.  Global patterns of light saturation and photoinhibition of lake primary production. Inland Waters. 4(4):607.
Staehr P.A., Brighenti L.S., Honti M., Christensen J., Rose K.C..  2016.  Global patterns of light saturation and photoinhibition of lake primary production. Inland Waters. 6:593-607.
Weathers KC, Hanson PC, Arzberger P, Brentrup J, Brookes JD, Carey CC, Gaiser E, Hamilton DP, Hong GS, Ibelings BW et al..  2013.  The Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON): The evolution of grassroots network science. Bulletin of Limnology and Oceanography. 22(3):71-73.
Hamilton D.P., Carey C.C., Arvola L., Arzberger P., Brewer C., Cole J.J., Jennings E..  2015.  A Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON) for synthesising high-frequency sensor data for validation of deterministic ecological models. Inland Waters. 5(1):49-56.
Hanson P.C., Weather K.C., Dugan H.A., Gries C..  2018.  The Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network. Ecological Informatics. :415-433.
Keller P.S, Catalán N., von Schiller D., Grossart H.-P., Koschorreck M., Obrador B., Frassl M.A, Karakaya N., Barros N., Howitt J.A et al..  2020.  Global CO2 emissions from dry inland waters share common drivers across ecosystems. Nature Communications. 11(1)
Weathers K.C., Hanson P.C..  2014.  GLEON: An Example of Next Generation Network Biogeoscience. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
R. Woolway I, Verburg P, Lenters JD, Merchant CJ, Hamilton DP, Brookes J, de Eyto E, Kelly S, Healey NC, Hook S et al..  2018.  Geographic and temporal variations in turbulent heat loss from lakes: A global analysis across 45 lakes. Limnology and Oceanography. 63(6)
Gsell AS, Domis LNS, Przytulska-Bartosiewicz A, Mooij WM, Donk EV, Ibelings BW.  2012.  Genotype-bytemperature interactions may help to maintain clonal diversity in Asterionella Formosa (Bacillariophyceae. Journal of Phycology. 1(48):1197-1208.
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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