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Morphological responses by Bosmina longirostris and Eubosmina tubicen to changes in copepod predator populations during a whole-lake acidification experiment. Journal of Plankton Research. 17:1621-32.. 1995.
Species compensation and complementarity in ecosystem function. Linking Species and Ecosystems. :224-239.. 1995.
Comparisons of Laboratory Bioassays and a whole-lake experiment: Rotifer responses to experimental acidification. Ecological Applications. 4:69-80.. 1994.
Distribution and flux of particulate mercury in four stratified seepage lakes (Chapter 1.6). Mercury Pollution: Integration and Synthesis. :69-82.. 1994.
Sources and Fates of Mercury and Methylmercury in Wisconsin Lakes (Chapter 1.12). Mercury Pollution: Integration and Synthesis. :153-177.. 1994.
The Vertical Distribution of Mercury Species in Wisconsin Lakes: Accumulation in Plankton Layers (Chapter 1.11). Mercury Pollution: Integration and Synthesis. :137-152.. 1994.
Response of predatory zooplankton populations to the experimental acidification of Little Rock Lake, Wisconsin. Journal of Plankton Research. 15:553-62.. 1993.
Complex biological responses to the experimental acidification of Little Rock Lake, Wisconsin, USA. Environmental Pollution. 78:73-78.. 1992.
Food limitation and seasonal population declines of rotifers. Oecologia. 89:560-66.. 1992.
Mercury and methylmercury in individual zooplankton: Implications for bioaccumulation. Limnology and Oceanography. 37:1313-1318.. 1992.
Osmoregulatory Failure and Death of First-Year Largemouth Bass (Micropterus salmoides) Exposed to Low pH and Elevated Aluminum, at Low Temperature in Soft Water. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 49:1189-1197.. 1992.
Comparisons between experimentally- and atmospherically-acidified lakes during stress and recovery. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. 97B:193-226.. 1991.
Experimental acidification of Little Rock Lake (Wisconsin): fish research approach and early responses.. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 18:167-74.. 1989.
Field evaluation of a micro-extraction technique for measuring chlorophyll in lake water without filtration.. Hydrobiologia. 173:193-97.. 1989.
Little Rock Lake (Wisconsin): Perspectives on an experimental ecosystem approach to seepage lake acidification.. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 18:157-65.. 1989.
Sulfur cycling in an experimentally acidified seepage lake. ACS Symposium Series 393. :xi,572.. 1989.
Early zooplankton response to experimental acidification in Little Rock Lake, Wisconsin, USA. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol.. 23:2279-85.. 1988.
The spectral distribution of downwelling light in northern Wisconsin lakes.. Archiv fŸr Hydrobiologie. 4:481-94.. 1988.
Whole ecosystem manipulation: a productive avenue for test system research? Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 7:941-951.. 1988.
Chemical limnology of softwater lakes in the upper midwest. Biogeochem. 4:97-117.. 1987.
Metal contamination of fish in low-pH lakes and potential implications for piscivorous wildlife. Trans. 52nd N. A. Wildl. & Nat. Res. Conf., pp. 645-657.. 1987.
Utilization of sediment CO2 by selected North American Isoetids. Annals of Botany. 60:485-94.. 1987.
Winter and spring pH depressions in northern Wisconsin lakes caused by increases in pCO2. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 44:1082-88.. 1987.
Experimental acidification of Little Rock Lake, Wisconsin. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 31:115-21.. 1986.