Andrew Paterson

Paterson D.Andrew M, Rühland KM, Anstey CV, Smol JP.  2017.  Climate as a driver of increasing algal production in Lake of the Woods, Ontario, Canada. Lake and Reservoir Management. :1-12.
Edlund MB, Schottler SP, Reavie ED, Engstrom DR, Baratono NG, Leavitt PR, Heathcote AJ, Wilson B, Paterson D.Andrew M.  2017.  Historical phosphorus dynamics in Lake of the Woods (USA–Canada) — Does legacy phosphorus still affect the southern basin? Lake and Reservoir Management. :1-17.
Teller JT, Rühland KM, Smol JP, Mellors TJ, Paterson D.Andrew M.  2017.  Holocene history of Lake of the Woods: Ontario, Manitoba, and Minnesota. GSA Bulletin.
Mushet M.Graham Rob, Flear M.Karlee, Wiltse M.Brendan, Paterson D.Andrew M, Cumming D.Brian Fras.  2017.  Increased relative abundance of colonial scaled chrysophytes since pre-industrial times in minimally-disturbed lakes from the Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. :null.
Meyer-Jacob C, Michelutti N, Paterson D.Andrew M, Monteith D, Yang H, Weckström J, Smol JP, Bindler R.  2017.  Inferring Past Trends in Lake Water Organic Carbon Concentrations in Northern Lakes Using Sediment Spectroscopy. Environmental Science & TechnologyEnvironmental Science & Technology.
Anderson JP, Paterson D.Andrew M, Reavie ED, Edlund MB, Rühland KM.  2017.  An introduction to Lake of the Woods—from science to governance in an international waterbody. Lake and Reservoir Management. :1-10.
R Woolway I, Carrea L, Merchant CJ, Dokulil M, de Eyto E, DeGasperi C, Korhonen J, Marszelewski W, May L, Paterson D.Andrew M et al..  2017.  Lake surface temperature [in “State of the Climate in 2016”]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 98:13–14.
MacDougall MJ, Paterson D.Andrew M, Winter JG, F. Jones C, Knopf LA, Hall RI.  2017.  Response of periphytic diatom communities to multiple stressors influencing lakes in the Muskoka River Watershed, Ontario, Canada. Freshwater Science. 36:77-89.
MacLeod J, Keller W, Paterson D.Andrew M, Dyer R, Gunn J.  2017.  Scale and watershed features determine lake chemistry patterns across physiographic regions in the far north of Ontario, Canada. Journal of Limnology. 76
Woolway R.I, Cinque K., de Eyto E, DeGasperi CL, Dokulil MT, Korhonen J., Maberly SC, Marszelewski W., May L, Merchant C.J et al..  2016.  Lake Surface Temperatures. State of the Climate in 2015. 97:Si-S275.
Nelligan C., Jeziorski A, Rühland KM, Paterson D.Andrew M, Smol J.P.  2016.  Managing lake trout lakes in a warming world: a paleolimnological assessment of nutrients and lake production at three Ontario sites. Lake and Reservoir Management. :1-14.
Wiltse B, Paterson D.Andrew M, Findlay D, Cumming B.F..  2016.  Seasonal and decadal patterns in Discostella (Bacillariophyceae) species from bi-weekly records of two boreal lakes (Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario, Canada). Journal of Phycology. 52:817–826.
Redmond LE, Jeziorski A, Paterson D.Andrew M, Rusak JA, Smol JP.  2016.  Temporal changes in cladoceran assemblages subjected to a low calcium environment: combining the sediment record with long-term monitoring data. Hydrobiologia. 776:85–97.
Hargan KE, Nelligan C., Jeziorski A, Rühland KM, Paterson D.Andrew M, Keller B, Smol JP.  2016.  Tracking the long-term responses of diatoms and cladocerans to climate warming and human influences across lakes of the Ring of Fire in the Far North of Ontario, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology. 56:153–172.
Sivarajah B, Rühland KM, Labaj AL, Paterson D.Andrew M, Smol JP.  2016.  Why is the relative abundance of Asterionella formosa increasing in a Boreal Shield lake as nutrient levels decline? Journal of Paleolimnology. 55:357–367.
Hadley KR, Paterson D.Andrew M, Reid R., Rusak JA, Somers K, Ingram R, Smol JP.  2015.  Altered pH and reduced calcium levels drive near extirpation of native crayfish, Cambarus bartonii, in Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada. Freshwater Science. 34:918-932.
Jeziorski A, Keller B, Dyer RD, Paterson D.Andrew M, Smol JP.  2015.  Differences among modern-day and historical cladoceran communities from the Ring of Fire lake region of northern Ontario: Identifying responses to climate warming. Fundamental and Applied Limnology / Archiv f??r Hydrobiologie. 186:203-216.
Persaud AD, Paterson D.Andrew M, Dillon PJ., Winter J.G., Palmer M, Somers K.  2015.  Forecasting cyanobacteria dominance in Canadian temperate lakes. 151:343-352.
Sharma S, Gray DK, Read JS, O’Reilly CM, Schneider P, Qudrat A, Gries C, Stefanoff S, Hampton SE, Hook S et al..  2015.  A global database of lake surface temperatures collected by in situ and satellite methods from 1985–2009. Scientific Data. 2:150008-.
Hargan KE, Rühland KM, Paterson D.Andrew M, Finkelstein SA, Holmquist J, MacDonald GM, Keller B, Smol JP.  2015.  The influence of water-table depth and pH on the spatial distribution of diatom species in peatlands of the Boreal Shield and Hudson Plains, Canada. BotanyBotany. 93(2):57-74.
Jeziorski A, Tanentzap AJ, Yan ND, Paterson D.Andrew M, Palmer M, Korosi JB, Rusak JA, Arts MT, Keller B, Ingram R et al..  2015.  The jellification of north temperate lakes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 282
Rühland KM, Paterson D.Andrew M, Smol JP.  2015.  Lake diatom responses to warming: reviewing the evidence. Journal of Paleolimnology. 54:1–35.
Mosscrop L.E, Paterson D.Andrew M, DeSellas AM, Kurek J, Weeber RC, Smol J.P.  2015.  Long-term stability of cladoceran assemblages in small, shallow, Canadian Shield lakes experiencing marked calcium declines. Aquatic Sciences. 77:547–561.
Hargan KE, Rühland KM, Paterson D.Andrew M, Holmquist J, MacDonald GM, Bunbury J, Finkelstein SA, Smol JP.  2015.  Long-term successional changes in peatlands of the Hudson Bay Lowlands, Canada inferred from the ecological dynamics of multiple proxies. The Holocene. 25:92-107.
Poulain AJ, Aris-Brosou S, Blais JM, Brazeau M, Keller B, Paterson D.Andrew M.  2015.  Microbial DNA records historical delivery of anthropogenic mercury. ISME J. 9(12):2541-2550.