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Edwards, B. A., Jackson, D. A., & Somers, K. (2016). Effects of declining calcium availability on the survival, growth and calcium content of a freshwater crayfish,Orconectes virilis. Freshwater Biology, 61, 914-922.
Tsai, J. -W., Kratz, T. K., Rusak, J. A., Shih, W. -Y., Liu, W. -C., Tang, S. -L., & Chiu, C. -Y. (2016). Absence of winter and spring monsoon changes water level and rapidly shifts metabolism in a subtropical lake. Inland Waters, 6, 436-448.
Wu, J., Chen, X., Gao, L., Yao, H., Chen, Y., & Liu, M. (2016). Response of Hydrological Drought to Meteorological Drought under the Influence of Large Reservoir. Advances In Meteorology, 11-Jan.
Nelligan, C., Jeziorski, A., Rühland, K. M., Paterson, A., & 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, 315-328.
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Rühland, K. M., Paterson, A., & Smol, J. P. (2015). Lake diatom responses to warming: reviewing the evidence. Journal Of Paleolimnology, 54, Jan-35.
Jeziorski, A., Keller, B., Dyer, R. D., Paterson, A., & Smol, J. P. (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, A. D., Luek, A., Keller, W., Jones, C., Dillon, P. J., Gunn, J. M., & Johnston, T. (2015). Trophic dynamics of several fish species in lakes of a climatically sensitive region, the Hudson Bay Lowlands. Polar Biology, 38, 651-664.