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Brazeau M, Blais JM, Paterson AM, Keller BW, Poulain AJ.  2013.  Evidence for microbially mediated production of elemental mercury (Hg0) in subarctic lake sediments. Applied Geochemistry. 37:142-148.
Mines CH, Ghadouani A, Legendre P, Yan ND, Ivey GN.  2013.  Examining shifts in zooplankton community variability following biological invasion. Limnol. Oceanogr. 58(1)
Kim N, Yan ND.  2013.  Food limitation impacts life history of the predatory cladoceran Bythotrephes longimanus, an invader to North America. Hydrobiologia. 715:213–224.
Palmer ME, Keller BW, Yan ND.  2013.  Gauging recovery of zooplankton from historical acid and metal contamination: the influence of temporal changes in restoration targets. Journal of Applied Ecology. 50(1):107–118.
Ruhland KM, Paterson AM, Keller BW, Michelutti N, Smol JP.  2013.  Global warming triggers the loss of a key Arctic refugium. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 280:20131887.
Lin M, Chen X, Chen Y, Yao H.  2013.  Improving calibration of two key parameters in Hydrologic Engineering Center-hydrologic modelling system, and analysing the influence of initial loss on flood peak flows. Water Science and Technology . 68(12)
Yao H, Rusak JA, Paterson AM, Somers KM, Mackay M, Girard R., Ingram R, McConnell C.  2013.  The interplay of local and regional factors in generating temporal changes in the ice phenology of Dickie Lake, south-central Ontario, Canada. Inland Waters. 3(1):1–14.
Brazeau M, Poulain AJ, Paterson AM, Keller BW, Sanei H, Blais JM.  2013.  Recent changes in mercury deposition and primary productivity inferred from sediments of lakes from the Hudson Bay Lowlands, Ontario, Canada. Environmental Pollution . 173:52-60.
Kelly NE, Wantola K, Weisz E, Yan ND.  2013.  Recreational boats as a vector of secondary spread for aquatic invasive species and native crustacean zooplankton. Biological Invasions. 15:509–519.
O'Brien HD, Catherine EM, Watmough SA, Casson NJ.  2013.  Spatial and temporal patterns in total phosphorus in south-central Ontario streams: the role of wetlands and past disturbance. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 70:766-774.
Carey SK, Tetzlaff D, Buttle JM, Laudon H, McDonnell J, McGuire K, Seibert J, Soulsby C, Shanley J.  2013.  Use of color maps and wavelet coherence to discern seasonal and interannual climate influences on streamflow variability in northern catchments. Water Resources Research. 49:6194–6207.
Zbieranowski AL, Aherne J..  2012.  Ambient concentrations of atmospheric ammonia, nitrogen dioxide and nitric acid across a rural–urban–agricultural transect in southern Ontario, Canada. Atmospheric environment. 62:481-491.
Khan FR, Keller BW, Yan ND, Welsh PG, Wood CM, McGeer JC.  2012.  Application of Biotic Ligand and Toxic Unit Modeling Approaches to Predict Improvements in Zooplankton Species Richness in Smelter-Damaged Lakes near Sudbury, Ontario. Environmental Science & Technology. 46(3):1641-1649.
Casson NJ, M. Eimers C, Watmough SA.  2012.  An assessment of the nutrient status of sugar maple in Ontario: indications of phosphorus limitation. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 184:5917–5927.
Riessen HP, Linley RDallas, Altshuler I, Rabus M, Söllradl T, Clausen-Schaumann H, Laforsch C, Yan ND.  2012.  Changes in water chemistry can disable plankton prey defenses. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 109:15377-15382.
Jeziorski A, Paterson AM, Smol JP.  2012.  Changes since the onset of acid deposition among calcium-sensitive cladoceran taxa within softwater lakes of Ontario, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology. 48(2):323-337.
Namayandeh A, Bilyj B, Beresford DV, Somers KM, Dillon PJ.  2012.  Chironomidae (Diptera) larvae of Precambrian Shield headwater streams, Canada. ZOOTAXA. 2012(3324):1-65.
Shapiera M, Jeziorski A, Paterson AM, Smol JP.  2012.  Cladoceran Response to Calcium Decline and the Subsequent Inadvertent Liming of a Softwater Canadian Lake. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution. 223(5):2437-2446.
Yao H, McConnell C, James AL, Fu C.  2012.  Comparing and Modifying Eight Empirical Models of Snowmelt Using Data from Harp Experimental Station in Central Ontario. British Journal of Environment & Climate Change. 2:259–277.
Richardson MC.  2012.  Contributions of streamflow variability, concentration–discharge shifts and forested wetlands to terrestrial–aquatic solute export in Precambrian Shield headwater catchments. Ecohydrology. 5:596–612.
Laudon H, Buttle JM, Carey SK, McDonnell J, McGuire K, Seibert J, Shanley J, Soulsby C, Tetzlaff D.  2012.  Cross-regional prediction of long-term trajectory of stream water DOC response to climate change. Geophysical Research Letters. 39
Jeziorski A, Paterson AM, Smol JP.  2012.  Crustacean zooplankton sedimentary remains from calcium-poor lakes: complex responses to threshold concentrations. Aquatic Sciences. 74(1):121-131.
Kerr JGrainger, M. Eimers C.  2012.  Decreasing soil water Ca 2+ reduces DOC adsorption in mineral soils: implications for long-term DOC trends in an upland forested catchment in southern Ontario, Canada. Science of the Total Environment. 427:298-307.
Greenaway CM, Paterson AM, Keller BW, Smol JP.  2012.  Dramatic diatom species assemblage responses in lakes recovering from acidification and metal contamination near Wawa, Ontario, Canada: a paleolimnological perspective. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic SciencesCanadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 69(4):656-669.
Kerr JGrainger, M. Eimers C, Creed IF, Adams MB, Beall F.D, Burns D., Campbell J.L., Christopher S.F., Clair T, Courchesne F. et al..  2012.  The effect of seasonal drying on sulphate dynamics in streams across southeastern Canada and the northeastern USA. Biogeochemistry. 111(1-3):393-409.