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2015
O’Reilly CM, Sharma S, Gray DK, Hampton SE, Read JS, Rowley RJ, Schneider P, Lenters JD, McIntyre PB, Kraemer BM et al..  2015.  Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe. Geophysical Research Letters. 42:10,773–10,781.
Azan SSE, Arnott SE, Yan ND.  2015.  A review of the effects of Bythotrephes longimanus and calcium decline on zooplankton communities — can interactive effects be predicted? Environmental Reviews. 23:395-413.
Fu C, Yao H.  2015.  Trends of ice breakup date in south-central Ontario. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 120:9220–9236.
Persaud AD, Luek A, Keller B, F. Jones C, Dillon PJ., Gunn J, 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.
2014
Jones F.C, Sinclair S, Keller B.  2014.  Benthic macroinvertebrate communities in five rivers of the Coastal Hudson Bay Lowland. Polar Biology. 37:141-147.
Creed IF, Spargo AT, Jones JA, Buttle JM, Adams MB, Beall F.D, Booth EG, Campbell J.L., Clow D, Elder K et al..  2014.  Changing forest water yields in response to climate warming: results from long-term experimental watershed sites across North America. Global Change Biology. 20:3191–3208.
Palmer M, Yan ND, Somers K.  2014.  Climate change drives coherent trends in physics and oxygen content in North American lakes. Climatic Change. 124:285–299.
Hadley KR, Paterson A, Stainsby E.A, Michelutti N., Yao H, Rusak J, Ingram R, McConnell C, Smol J.P.  2014.  Climate warming alters thermal stability but not stratification phenology in a small north-temperate lake. Hydrological Processes. 28:6309–6319.
Yao H, Samal N.R., Joehnk K.D., Fang X., Bruce L.C., Pierson D.C., Rusak J, James A..  2014.  Comparing ice and temperature simulations by four dynamic lake models in Harp Lake: past performance and future predictions. Hydrological Processes. 28:4587–4601.
Barrow JL, Jeziorski A, Rühland KM, Hadley KR, Smol JP.  2014.  Diatoms indicate that calcium decline, not acidification, explains recent cladoceran assemblage changes in south-central Ontario softwater lakes. Journal of Paleolimnology. 52:61–75.
Kim N, Arts MT, Yan ND.  2014.  Eicosapentaenoic acid limitation decreases weight and fecundity of the invading predator Bythotrephes longimanus.. Journal of Plankton Research. 36:567-577.
Paterson A, Keller B, Rühland KM, F. Jones C, Winter J.G..  2014.  An Exploratory Survey of Summer Water Chemistry and Plankton Communities in Lakes near the Sutton River, Hudson Bay Lowlands, Ontario, Canada. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine ResearchArctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 46(1):121-138.
Tanentzap AJ, Szkokan-Emilson EJ, Kielstra BW, Arts MT, Yan ND, Gunn JM.  2014.  Forests fuel fish growth in freshwater deltas. Nature Communications. 5:4077-.
Miehls ALJ, Peacor SD., McAdam AG.  2014.  GAPE-LIMITED PREDATORS AS AGENTS OF SELECTION ON THE DEFENSIVE MORPHOLOGY OF AN INVASIVE INVERTEBRATE. Evolution. 68:2633–2643.
C. PKieran, Catherine EM, A. WShaun.  2014.  Impact of wetland disturbance on phosphorus loadings to lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 71:1695-1703.
Jeziorski A, Paterson A, Watson I, Cumming B.F., Smol JP.  2014.  The influence of calcium decline and climate change on the cladocerans within low calcium, circumneutral lakes of the Experimental Lakes Area. Hydrobiologia. 722:129–142.
Keller B, Paterson A, Rühland KM, Blais JM.  2014.  Introduction — Environmental Change in the Hudson and James Bay Region. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine ResearchArctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 46(1):2-5.
Venkiteswaran JJ, Schiff SL, Wallin MB.  2014.  Large Carbon Dioxide Fluxes from Headwater Boreal and Sub-Boreal Streams. PLoS ONE. 9:e101756.
Edwards BA, Jackson DA, Somers K.  2014.  Linking temporal changes in crayfish communities to environmental changes in boreal Shield lakes in south-central Ontario. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 71:21-30.
A. EBrie, A. JDonald, M. SKeith.  2014.  Linking temporal changes in crayfish communities to environmental changes in boreal Shield lakes in south-central Ontario. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 71:21-30.
Stockdale A, Tipping E, Lofts S, Fott J, Garmo ØA, Hruska J, Keller B, Löfgren S, Maberly SC, Majer V et al..  2014.  Metal and proton toxicity to lake zooplankton: A chemical speciation based modelling approach. Environmental Pollution . 186:115-125.
Rühland KM, Hargan KE, Jeziorski A, Paterson A, Keller B, Smol JP.  2014.  A Multi-Trophic Exploratory Survey of Recent Environmental Changes using Lake Sediments in the Hudson Bay Lowlands, Ontario, Canada. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine ResearchArctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 46(1):139-158.
Persaud AD, Paterson A, Ingram R, Yao H, Dillon PJ..  2014.  Potential factors leading to the formation of cyanobacterial scums in a mesotrophic softwater lake in Ontario, Canada. Lake and Reservoir ManagementLake and Reservoir Management. 30(4):331-343.
Hanson P, BUFFAM ISHI, Rusak J, Stanley EH, Watras C.  2014.  Quantifying lake allochthonous organic carbon budgets using a simple equilibrium model.. Limnol. Oceanogr. 59:167–181.
Fu C, James A., Yao H.  2014.  SWAT-CS: Revision and testing of SWAT for Canadian Shield catchments. Journal of Hydrology. 511:719-735.

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