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Yan, N., Bailey, J. L., McGeer, J. C., Manca, M. M., Keller, W., Celis-Salgado, M. P., & Gunn, J. M. (2016). Arrive, survive and thrive: essential stages in the re-colonization and recovery of zooplankton in urban lakes in Sudbury, Canada. Journal Of Limnology, 75.
Hargan, K., Rühland, K. M., Paterson, A., Holmquist, J. R., MacDonald, G. M., Bunbury, J., et al. (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.
Edwards, B. A., Jackson, D. A., & Somers, K. (2015). Evaluating the effect of lake calcium concentration on the acquisition of carapace calcium by freshwater crayfish. Hydrobiologia, 744, 91-100.
Brown, A. H., & Yan, N. (2015). Food Quantity Affects the Sensitivity of Daphnia to Road Salt. Environmental Science & Technology, 49, 4673-4680.
Baker, S. R., Watmough, S. A., & Eimers, M. C. (2015). Phosphorus forms and response to changes in pH in acid-sensitive soils on the Precambrian Shield. Canadian Journal Of Soil Science, 95, 95-108.
Persaud, A. D., Paterson, A., Dillon, P. J., Winter, J. G., Palmer, M. E., & Somers, K. (2015). Forecasting cyanobacteria dominance in Canadian temperate lakes. Journal Of Environmental Management, 151, 343-352.
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.
Zhang, D., Chen, X., Yao, H., & Lin, B. (2015). Improved calibration scheme of SWAT by separating wet and dry seasons. Ecological Modelling, 301, 54-61.