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Bowman, M. F., Somers, K., Reid, R. A., & Scott, L. (2006). Temporal response of stream benthic macroinvertebrate communities to the synergistic effects of anthropogenic acidification and natural drought events. Freshwater Biology, 51, 768-782.
Drake, J. M., Drury, K. L. S., Lodge, D., Blukacz, A., Yan, N., & Dwyer, G. (2006). Demographic Stochasticity, Environmental Variability, and Windows of Invasion Risk for Bythotrephes Longimanus in North America. Biological Invasions, 8, 843-861.
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Whitfield, C. J., Aherne, J., Watmough, S. A., Dillon, P. J., & Clair, T. (2006). Recovery from acidification in Nova Scotia: temporal trends and critical loads for 20 headwater lakes. Canadian Journal Of Fisheries And Aquatic Sciences, 63, 1504-1514.
Wolfe, B. B., Hall, R. I., Last, W. M., Edwards, T. W. D., English, M. C., Karst-Riddoch, T., et al. (2006). Reconstruction of multi-century flood histories from oxbow lake sediments, Peace-Athabasca Delta, Canada. Hydrological Processes, 20, 4131-4153.
Lavoie, I., Campeau, S., Fallu, M. -A., & Dillon, P. J. (2006). Diatoms and biomonitoring: should cell size be accounted for?. Hydrobiologia, 573, 16-Jan.
Schindler, D., Dillon, P. J., & Schreier, H. (2006). A review of anthropogenic sources of nitrogen and their effects on Canadian aquatic ecosystems. Biogeochemistry, 79, 25-44.
Winter, J. G., & Dillon, P. J. (2006). Export of nutrients from golf courses on the Precambrian Shield. Environmental Pollution, 141, 550-554.
Eimers, M. C., Paterson, A., Dillon, P. J., Schiff, S. L., Cumming, B. F., & Hall, R. I. (2006). Lake Sediment Core Records of Sulphur Accumulation and Sulphur Isotopic Composition in Central Ontario, Canada Lakes. Journal Of Paleolimnology, 35, 99-109.