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Tsai JW, Kratz TK, Rusak JA, Shih WY, Liu WC, Tang SL, Chiu CY.  2016.  Absence of winter and spring monsoons cause water level changes and rapid shifts in metabolism in a subtropical lake.. Inland Waters. 6(3):436–448.
Valois A, Somers K, Sarrazin-Delay C, Keller W.  2016.  Are bioassessments based on the reference condition approach affected by rapid approaches to sample collection and processing? Journal of Limnology. 75:392-402.
Yan ND, Bailey J, McGeer JC, Manca MM, Keller WBill, Celis-Salgado MP, Gunn JM.  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
Celis-Salgado M, Keller W, Yan N.  2016.  Calcium and sodium as regulators of the recovery of four Daphnia species along a gradient of metal and base cations in metal contaminated lakes in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Journal of Limnology. 75:36-49.
Crossman J., M. Eimers C, Watmough SA, Futter M.N., Kerr J.G., Baker SR, Dillon PJ..  2016.  Can recovery from disturbance explain observed declines in total phosphorus in Precambrian Shield catchments? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 73:1202-1212.
F. Jones C.  2016.  Cumulative effects assessment: theoretical underpinnings and big problems. Environmental Reviews. 24:187-204.
R. Woolway I, Jones ID, Maberly SC, French JR, Livingstone DM, Monteith D.T, Simpson GL, Thackeray SJ, Andersen MR, Battarbee RW et al..  2016.  Diel Surface Temperature Range Scales with Lake Size. PLoS ONE. 11:1-14.
Edwards BA, Jackson DA, 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.
Kerr J.G., M. Eimers C, Yao H.  2016.  Estimating stream solute loads from fixed frequency sampling regimes: the importance of considering multiple solutes and seasonal fluxes in the design of long-term stream monitoring networks. Hydrological Processes. 30:1521–1535.
Smyth RL, Caruso A, Borre L, Zhu G, Zhu M, Hetherington AL, Jennings E, Klug JL, Piccolo MCintia, Rusak JA 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.
Watmough SA, M. Eimers C, Baker S.  2016.  Impediments to recovery from acid deposition. Atmospheric Environment. 146:15-27.
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.
Zhang D, Chen X, Yao H, James A..  2016.  Moving SWAT model calibration and uncertainty analysis to an enterprise Hadoop-based cloud. Environmental Modelling & Software. 84:140-148.
Crossman J., M. Eimers C, Casson NJ, Burns D., Campbell J.L., Likens G.E., Mitchell MJ, Nelson SJ, Shanley JB, Watmough SA et al..  2016.  Regional meteorological drivers and long term trends of winter-spring nitrate dynamics across watersheds in northeastern North America. Biogeochemistry. :1–19.
Yao H, James A., McConnell C, Turnbull B, Field T, Somers K.  2016.  Relative contributions of stream concentration, stream discharge and shoreline load to base cation trends in Red Chalk and Harp lakes, south-central Ontario, Canada. Hydrological Processes. 30:858–872.
Wigdahl-Perry CR, Saros JE, Schmitz J, Calcote R, Rusak JA, Anderson D, Hotchkiss S.  2016.  Response of temperate lakes to drought: a paleolimnological perspective on the landscape position concept using diatom-based reconstructions. Journal of Paleolimnology. 55:339–356.
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.
Crossman J., M. Eimers C, Kerr J.G., Yao H.  2016.  Sensitivity of physical lake processes to climate change within a large Precambrian Shield catchment. Hydrological Processes. 30:4353–4366.
Nan Z, Huaxia Y, Mei Z, Pengwu Z, P. DJeffrey, Bo Z, Xue L.  2016.  Species-specific determinants of mortality and recruitment in the forest-steppe ecotone of northeast China. The Forestry Chronicle. 92:336-344.
Zhang D, Chen X, Yao H.  2016.  SWAT-CS enm: Enhancing SWAT nitrate module for a Canadian Shield catchment. Science of The Total Environment. 550:598–610.
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.
DeMille C.M., Arnott SE, Pyle G.G..  2016.  Variation in copper effects on kairomone-mediated responses in Daphnia pulicaria. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 126:264-272.
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.