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Mushet, G. R., Flear, K., Wiltse, B., Paterson, A., & Cumming, B. F. (2018). 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, 75, 1465-1476.
Piovano, T. (2018). Testing a spatially distributed tracer-aided runoff model in a snow-influenced catchment: Effects of multicriteria calibration on streamwater ages. Hydrological Processes, 32, 3089-3107.
Hewitt, B., Lopez, L., Gaibisels, K., Murdoch, A., Higgins, S., Magnuson, J. J., et al. (2018). Historical Trends, Drivers, and Future Projections of Ice Phenology in Small North Temperate Lakes in the Laurentian Great Lakes Region. Water, 10, 70.
MacLeod, J., Keller, W., & Paterson, A. (2018). Crustacean zooplankton in lakes of the far north of Ontario, Canada. Polar Biology, 41, 1257-1267.
Rühland, K. M., Rentz, K., Paterson, A., Teller, J. T., & Smol, J. P. (2018). The post-glacial history of northern Lake of the Woods: A multi-proxy perspective on climate variability and lake ontogeny. Journal Of Great Lakes Research, 44, 367-376.
Rusak, J., Tanentzap, A., Klug, J., Rose, K., Hendricks, S., Jennings, E., et al. (2018). Wind and trophic status explain within and among-lake variability of algal biomass. Limnology And Oceanography Letters, 3, 409-418.
Sivarajah, B., Paterson, A., Ruhland, K., Koster, D., Karst-Riddoch, T., & Smol, J. (2018). Diatom responses to 20th century shoreline development and climate warming in three embayments of Georgian Bay, Lake Huron. "journal Of Great Lakes Research", "44", 1339-1350.
Sprenger, M., Tetzlaff, D., Buttle, J., Carey, S., McNamara, J., Laudon, H., et al. (2018). Storage, mixing, and fluxes of water in the critical zone across northern environments inferred by stable isotopes of soil water. Hydrological Processes, 32, 1720-1737.
Yao, H., Field, T., McConnell, C., Beaton, A., & James, A. L. (2018). Comparison of five snow water equivalent estimation methods across categories. Hydrological Processes, 32.
McGauley, E., Tregunno, B., & Jones, C. (2018). Coarse taxonomy (tolerance-value averaging) biases Hilsenhoff’s family-level biotic index. Environmental Monitoring And Assessment, 190, 446.