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2015
Brown AH, Yan ND.  2015.   Food Quantity Affects the Sensitivity of Daphnia to Road Salt. Environmental Science & Technology. 49:4673-4680.
Persaud AD, Paterson AM, Dillon PJ, Winter JG, Palmer ME, Somers KM.  2015.  Forecasting cyanobacteria dominance in Canadian temperate lakes. 151:343-352.
Sharma S, Gray DK, Read JS, O’Reilly CM, Schneider P, Qudrat A, Gries C, Stefanoff S, Hampton SE, Hook S et al..  2015.  A global database of lake surface temperatures collected by in situ and satellite methods from 1985–2009. Scientific Data. 2:150008-.
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.
Hargan KE, Ruhland KM, Paterson AM, Finkelstein SA, Holmquist J, MacDonald GM, Keller BW, Smol JP.  2015.  The influence of water-table depth and pH on the spatial distribution of diatom species in peatlands of the Boreal Shield and Hudson Plains, Canada. BotanyBotany. 93(2):57-74.
Fu C, James AL, Yao H.  2015.  Investigations of uncertainty in SWAT hydrologic simulations: a case study of a Canadian Shield catchment. Hydrological Processes. 29:4000–4017.
Jeziorski A, Tanentzap AJ, Yan ND, Paterson AM, Palmer ME, Korosi JB, Rusak JAnthony, Arts MT, Keller BW, Ingram R et al..  2015.  The jellification of north temperate lakes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 282
Ruhland KM, Paterson AM, Smol JP.  2015.  Lake diatom responses to warming: reviewing the evidence. Journal of Paleolimnology. 54:1–35.
[Anonymous].  2015.  Lake Partner Program Report Card 2015. :13pp..
Mosscrop L.E, Paterson AM, DeSellas AM, Kurek J, Weeber RC, Smol JP.  2015.  Long-term stability of cladoceran assemblages in small, shallow, Canadian Shield lakes experiencing marked calcium declines. Aquatic Sciences. 77:547–561.
Hargan KE, Ruhland KM, Paterson AM, Holmquist J, MacDonald GM, Bunbury J, Finkelstein SA, Smol JP.  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.
Poulain AJ, Aris-Brosou S, Blais JM, Brazeau M, Keller BW, Paterson AM.  2015.  Microbial DNA records historical delivery of anthropogenic mercury. ISME J. 9(12):2541-2550.
Baker SR, Watmough SA, Catherine EM.  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.
Harrison JW, Silsbe GM, Smith REH.  2015.  Photophysiology and its response to visible and ultraviolet radiation in freshwater phytoplankton from contrasting light regimes. Journal of Plankton Research. 37:472-488.
Tetzlaff D, Buttle JM, Carey SK, van Huijgevoort MHJ, Laudon H, McNamara JP, Mitchell CPJ, Spence C, Gabor RS, Soulsby C.  2015.  A preliminary assessment of water partitioning and ecohydrological coupling in northern headwaters using stable isotopes and conceptual runoff models. Hydrological Processes. 29:5153–5173.
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 BW, F. Jones C, Dillon PJ, Gunn JM, 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 BW.  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 ME, Yan ND, Somers KM.  2014.  Climate change drives coherent trends in physics and oxygen content in North American lakes. Climatic Change. 124:285–299.
Hadley KR, Paterson AM, Stainsby E.A, Michelutti N, Yao H, Rusak JAnthony, Ingram R, McConnell C, Smol JP.  2014.  Climate warming alters thermal stability but not stratification phenology in a small north-temperate lake. Hydrological Processes. 28:6309–6319.
Yao H, Samal NR, Joehnk K.D., Fang X., Bruce L.C., Pierson DC, Rusak JAnthony, James AL.  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, Ruhland 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.

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