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Bodo BA, Dillon PJ.  1994.  De-Acidification Trends in Clearwater Lake near Sudbury, Ontario 1973–1992. Stochastic and Statistical Methods in Hydrology and Environmental Engineering: Time Series Analysis in Hydrology and Environmental Engineering. :285–298.
Palmer ME, Yan ND.  2013.  Decadal-scale regional changes in Canadian freshwater zooplankton: the likely consequence of complex interactions among multiple anthropogenic stressors. Freshwater Biology. 58:1366–1378.
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.
Yan ND, Welsh PG, Lin H, Taylor DJ, Filion J-M.  1996.  Demographic and genetic evidence of the long-term recovery of (Daphnia galeata mendotae)(Crustacea: Daphniidae) in Sudbury lakes following additions of base: the role of metal toxicity. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 53:1328–1344.
Drake JM., Drury KL.S., Lodge DM., Blukacz A, Yan ND, Dwyer G.  2006.  Demographic Stochasticity, Environmental Variability, and Windows of Invasion Risk for Bythotrephes Longimanus in North America. Biological Invasions. 8(4):843-861.
LaZerte BD, Evans D, Grauds P.  1989.  Deposition and transport of trace metals in an acidified catchment of Central Ontario. Science of The Total Environment. 87–88:209-221.
LaZerte BD, Evans DR, Grauds P.  1991.  Deposition and transport of trace metals in an acidified catchment of central Ontario. :16pp..
Scheider W.A., Snyder WR, LASENBY D..  1979.  Deposition of nutrients and major ions by precipitation in south-central Ontario. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 12:171–185.
Scheider W.A., Snyder WR, LASENBY D..  1979.  Deposition of nutrients and major ions by precipitation in south-central Ontario. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 12:171–185.
D.S. Jeffries, Cox CM, Dillon PJ.  1979.  Depression of pH in Lakes and Streams in Central Ontario During Snowmelt. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada. 36:640-646.
Metcalfe T.L., Dillon PJ, Metcalfe C.D..  2008.  Detecting the transport of toxic pesticides from golf courses into watersheds in the precambrian shield region of ontario, canada. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 27(4):811–818.
[Anonymous].  1979.  Determination of the susceptibility to acidification of poorly buffered surface waters. :21pp..
Rigosi A, Hanson P, Hamilton DP, Hipsey M, Rusak JA, Bois J, Sparber K, Chorus I, Watkinson AJ, Qin B et al..  2015.  Determining the probability of cyanobacterial blooms: the application of Bayesian networks in multiple lake systems. Ecological Applications. 25:186–199.
Yan ND, Leung B., Keller BW, Arnott SE, Gunn JM, Raddum GG.  2003.  Developing Conceptual Frameworks for the Recovery of Aquatic Biota from Acidification. AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment. 32(3):165-169.
Mierle G, Shackleton M..  1993.  Development of a mercury deposition monitoring program in Ontario. Proceedings 86th Annual Meeting & Exhibition. Air and Waste Mgmt
Zhang D, Chen X, Yao H.  2015.  Development of a Prototype Web-Based Decision Support System for Watershed Management. Water. 7:780–793.
Paterson AM, Betts-Piper AA, Smol JP, Zeeb BA.  2003.  Diatom and Chrysophyte Algal Response to Long-Term PCB Contamination from a Point-Source in Northern Labrador, Canada. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 145(1):377-393.
Sivarajah B, Paterson AM, Ruhland KM, Köster D, Karst-Riddoch T, Smol JP.  0.  Diatom responses to 20th century shoreline development and climate warming in three embayments of Georgian Bay, Lake Huron. Journal of Great Lakes Research.
Lavoie I, Campeau S, Grenier M, Dillon PJ.  2006.  A diatom-based index for the biological assessment of eastern Canadian rivers: an application of correspondence analysis (CA).. Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences. 63(8):1793-1811.
Lavoie I, Campeau S, Fallu M-A, Dillon PJ.  2006.  Diatoms and biomonitoring: should cell size be accounted for? Hydrobiologia. 573(1):1-16.
Tropea AE, Paterson AM, Keller BW, Smol JP.  2011.  Diatoms as indicators of long-term nutrient enrichment in metal-contaminated urban lakes from Sudbury, Ontario. Lake and Reservoir Management. 27(1):48-60.
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.
Tremel B., Nicholls K, McQueen DJ, Ramcharan CW, Perez-Fuentetaja A..  2001.  Did phytoplankton biovolume and taxonomic composition change? Part 9 of the Dorset food web piscivore manipulation project Archiv für Hydrobiologie, Advances in Limnology. 56:187-209.
R. Woolway I, Jones ID, Maberly SC, French JR, Livingstone DM, Monteith DT, Simpson GL, Thackeray SJ, Andersen MR, Battarbee RW et al..  2016.  Diel Surface Temperature Range Scales with Lake Size. PLoS ONE. 11:1-14.
Jeziorski A, Keller BW, Dyer RD, Paterson AM, Smol JP.  2015.  Differences among modern-day and historical cladoceran communities from the Ring of Fire lake region of northern Ontario: Identifying responses to climate warming. Fundamental and Applied Limnology / Archiv f??r Hydrobiologie. 186:203-216.