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Transient hydrogeological controls in the chemistry of a seepage lake. Water Resources Research. 31:2295-305.. 1995.
Temporal trends in low alkalinity lakes of the Upper Midwest (1983-1989). Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 67:397-414.. 1993.
Chemical limnology of softwater lakes in the upper midwest. Biogeochem. 4:97-117.. 1987.
Cycles of nutrient elements, hydrophobic organic compounds, and metals in Crystal Lake. Role of particle-mediated processes in regulation. The chemistry of aquatic pollutants.. :491-518.. 1987.
Fish blood osmolality, gill histology and oocyte atresia as early warning acid stress indicators. Annales de la Société royale zoologique de Belgique. 117:309-319.. 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.
The contribution of crassulacean acid metabolism to the annual productivity of two aquatic vascular plants. Oecologia. 68:615-22.. 1986.
Experimental acidification of Little Rock Lake, Wisconsin. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 31:115-21.. 1986.
A critical assessment of effects of acidification on fisheries in North America. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 305:501-516.. 1984.
Long-term ecological research (LTER) on north temperate lakes of the United States. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol.. 22. 1984.
Low pH and the absence of fish species in naturally acidic Wisconsin lakes: inferences for cultural acidification. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 40:3-9.. 1983.