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  1. 1.Sinclair, J.S. and S.E. Arnott. 2017. Relative importance of colonist quantity, quality, and arrival frequency to the extinction of two zooplankton species. Oecologia, accepted.

  2. 2.Arnott, S.E., S.S.E. Azan, and A.J. Ross. Calcium decline reduces population growth rates of zooplankton in field mesocosms. Canadian Journal of Zoology, in press.  Based on an invited talk in teh symposium “Large, landscape-level ecological disturbances” at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Zoologists.

  3. 3.Jokela, A. M., S. E. Arnott, and B. E. Beisner.  2017.  Biotic resistance of impact: a native predator (Choaborus) influences the impact of an invasive predator (Bythotrephes) in temperate lakes. Biological Invasions 19(5):1495-1515.

  4. 4.Azan, S. S. E., and S. E. Arnott.  2017.  The effects of Bythotrephes longimanus and calcium decline on crustacean zooplankton communities in Canadian Shield lakes.  Hydrobiologia.  785: 307-325. DOI: 10.1007/s10750-016-2934-0

  5. 5.Szkokan-Emilson, E., B.W. Kielstra, S.E. Arnott, S.A. Watmough, J.M. Gunn, and A.J. Tanentzap. 2016. Dry conditions disrupt terrestrial-aquatic linkages in northern catchments.  Global Change Biology. 23:117-126. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13361

  6. 6.DeMille, C.M., S. E. Arnott, and G.G. Pyle. 2016. Variation in copper effects on kairomone-mediated responses in Daphnia pulicaria. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 126:264-272.

  7. 7.Sinclair, J. S. and S. E. Arnott.  2016. Strength in size but not numbers: propagule size more important than number in sexually reproducing populations.  Biological Invasions: 18(2), 497-505.  DOI 10.1007/s10530-015-1022-0

  8. 8.Azan, Shakira, S.E. Arnott, and N.D. Yan. 2015. A review of the effects of Bythotrephes longimanus and calcium decline on zooplankton communities — can interactive effects be predicted?  Environmental Reviews 23:395-413.

  9. 9.Sinclair, J. S., S. E. Arnott, and A. Cox. The quick and the dead: copepods dominate as cladocerans decline following invasion by Hemimysis anomala. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, in press.

  10. 10.Sinclair, J. S., K. J. Furlanetto, and S. E. Arnott. 2015.  Dispersal acts as both bane and balm for invaded zooplankton communities. Journal of Plankton Research 37(2):462-471.

  11. 11.Schamp, B. S., S. E. Arnott, and K. L. Joslin. 2015.  Dispersal strength influences zooplankton co-occurrence patterns in experimental mesocosms.  Ecology 96:1074-1083. Schamp_Arnott_Joslin_2015.pdf

  12. 12.Sinclair, J. and S. E. Arnott. 2015. Effects of an invasive consumer on zooplankton communities are unaltered by nutrient inputs.  Freshwater Biology 60:161-173.Sinclair & Arnott_2015.pdf

  13. 13.Symons, C.C. and S. E. Arnott.  2014. Timing is everything: priority effects alter post-disturbance invasibility.  Ecology and Evolution 4:397-407. Symons & Arnott_2014.pdf

  14. 14.Symons, C.C., M.T. Pedruski, S.E. Arnott, & J.N. Sweetman. 2014. Spatial, environmental, and biotic determinants of zooplankton community composition in Subarctic lakes and ponds in Wapusk National Park, Canada. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 46:159-190.  (special issue on Hudson Bay Lowlands).Symons et al. 2014_AAAR.pdf

  15. 15.Jokela, A.M., S. E. Arnott, and B. E. Beisner.  2013. Influence of light on the foraging impact of an introduced predator, Bythotrephes longimanus. Freshwater Biology 58: 1946-1957.Jokela et al_2013_FreshwaterBiol.pdf

  16. 16.Symons, C.C. and S.E. Arnott. 2013.  Regional zooplankton dispersal provides spatial insurance for ecosystem function. Global Change Biology 19: 1610-1619.Symons & Arnott, 2013, GCB.pdf

  17. 17.Gray, D. K. and S. E. Arnott. 2012. The role of dispersal levels, Allee effects, and community resistance as zooplankton communities respond to environmental change.  Journal of Applied Ecology 49:1216-1224.Gray & Arnott_2012_JAppEcol.pdf

  18. 18.Yuille, M.J., Johnson, T.B., Arnott, S.E. and Campbell, L.M. 2012. Hemimysis anomala in Lake Ontario food webs: stable isotopic analysis of nearshore communities. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38 (Supplement 2): 86-92. Yuille et al. 2012.pdf

  19. 19.Gray, D. K., S. E. Arnott, J. A. Shead, and A. M. Derry. 2012.  The recovery of acid-damaged zooplankton communities in Killarney Park: the relative importance of environmental variables, biotic variables, and dispersal.  Freshwater Biology 57:741-758.Gray et al. 2012_FWBiol.pdf

  20. 20.Symons, C. C., S. E. Arnott, J. N. Sweetman. 2012.  Crustacean zooplankton communities exert low grazing pressure on phytoplankton communities in Subarctic lakes and ponds. Hydrobiologia 694:131-141.Symons et al. 2012_Hydrobiologia.pdf

  21. 21.Symons, C. C., S. E. Arnott, J. N. Sweetman. 2012. Nutrient limitation of phytoplankton in Subarctic lakes and ponds in Wapusk National Park, Canada. Polar Biology 35:481–489.Symons et al. 2012_PolarBiol.pdf

  22. 22.Stasko, A.. T. Patenaude, S. E. Arnott, and A. L. Strecker. 2012.  Portage length and reproductive mode do not predict establishment success of canoe-mediated dispersal for crustacean zooplankton. Aquatic Ecology 46:9-24. Stasko et al 2012.pdf

  23. 23.MacLennan, M., S. E. Arnott, A. L. Strecker.  2012.  Differential sensitivity of planktonic trophic levels to extreme summer temperatures in Canadian Boreal lakes. Hydrobiologia 680:11-23.  MacLennan et al 2012.pdf

  24. 24.Gray, D.K. and S.E. Arnott. 2011. The interplay between Allee effects and local environmental conditions during the recovery of damaged zooplankton communities. Ecological Applications 21: 2652–2663.Gray and Arnott 2011a.pdf

  25. 25.MacPhee, S., S.E. Arnott, and W. Keller. 2011.  Thermal structure influences macroinvertebrate predation: Implications of climate warming for shallow Boreal Shield lakes. Journal of Plankton Research 33:1586-1595 MacPhee et al_ J. Plankton Res.-2011.pdf

  26. 26.Jokela, A., S.E. Arnott, and B.E. Beisner. 2011. Patterns of Bythotrephes longimanus distribution relative to native macroinvertebrates and zooplankton prey. Biological Invasions 13:2573-2594. Jokela, Arnott, Beisner 2011.pdf

  27. 27.Gray, D.K., and S. E. Arnott. 2011. Does dispersal limitation impact the recovery of zooplankton communities damaged by a regional stressor? Ecological Applications 21:1241-1256. gray and arnott 2011.pdf

  28. 28.Pedruski, M.T., and S.E. Arnott.  2011.  The effects of habitat connectivity and regional heterogeneity on artificial pond metacommunities. Oecologia 166:221-228. Pedruski and Arnott 2011.pdf

  29. 29.Strecker, A. L., B.E. Beisner, S.E. Arnott, A.M. Paterson, J.G. Winter, O.E. Johannsson, and N.D. Yan. 2011. Direct and indirect effects of an invasive planktonic predator on pelagic food webs. Limnology and Oceanography 56: 179-192.  Stecker et al. 2011.pdf

  30. 30.Derry, A. M., S.E. Arnott, P. T. Boag. 2010. Evolutionary shifts in copepod acid tolerance in an acid-recovering lake indicated by resurrected resting eggs. Evolutionary Ecology 24:133–145. Derryetal2010EvolEcol.pdf

  31. 31.Strecker, A.L. and S. E. Arnott. 2010. Complex interactions between regional dispersal of native taxa and an invasive species. Ecology 91:1035-1047.Strecker and Arnott_2010.pdf

  32. 32.Gray, D.K., and S.E. Arnott. 2009. Recovery of acid damaged zooplankton communities: measurement, extent, and limiting factors. Environmental Reviews 17:81-99.  Gray and Arnott 2009.pdf

  33. 33.Derry, A. M., S.E. Arnott, J.A. Shead, P.D.N. Hebert, and P.T. Boag. 2009. Ecological linkages between community and genetic diversity in zooplankton among Boreal Shield lakes. Ecology 90:2275-86. Derry et al 2009 Ecology.pdf

  34. 34.Chan, E. M., A.M. Derry, L.A. Watson, and S.E. Arnott. 2008. Variation in calanoid copepod resting egg abundance among lakes with different acidification histories.  Hydrobiologia, 161:275-284.  Chan et al. 2008.pdf 

  35. 35.Strecker, A.L. and S.E. Arnott. 2008.  Invasive predator, Bythotrephes, has varied effects on ecosystem function in freshwater lakes. Ecosystems 11: 490-503.  Strecker and Arnott 2008.pdf

  36. 36.Strecker, A.L., R. Milne, and S.E. Arnott. 2008.  Dispersal limitation and climate-related environmental gradients structure crustacean zooplankton composition in freshwater lakes, Ellesmere Island, Canada. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65: 1905-1918. Strecker, Milne, Arnott 2008.pdf

  37. 37.Derry, A. M. and S.E. Arnott. 2007.  Zooplankton community response to experimental acidification in boreal shield lakes with different ecological histories. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 64:887-898.  Derry and Arnott2007CJFAS.pdf

  38. 38.Forrest, J. and S.E. Arnott. 2007.  Variability and predictability in a zooplankton community: the roles of disturbance and dispersal. Ecoscience 14:137-145. Forrest and arnott 2007.pdf

  39. 39.Derry, A. M. and S.E. Arnott. 2007.  Adaptive reversals in acid tolerance in copepods from lakes recovering from historical stress. Ecological Applications 17:1116-112. Derry and Arnott 2007.pdf

  40. 40.Shurin, J. B., Arnott, S. E., Hillebrand, H., Longmuir, A., Pinel-Alloul, B., Winder, M.  and Yan, N. D.  2007. Diversity-stability relationship varies with latitude in zooplankton.  Ecology Letters 10:127-134.  Shurin et al 2007.pdf

  41. 41.Arnott, S. E., A. Jackson, and Y. Alarie 2006.   Water beetle assemblages in lakes recovering from acidification.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society  25: 811-824. Arnott et al. 2006.pdf

  42. 42.Strecker, A.L., S.E. Arnott, N.D. Yan, and R. Girard. 2006.   Variation in the response of crustacean zooplankton species richness and composition to the invasive predator Bythotrephes longimanus. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 2126-2136. Stecker et al 2006.pdf

  43. 43.Forrest, J. and S.E. Arnott. 2006. Immigration and zooplankton community responses to nutrient enrichment: a mesocosm experiment.  Oecologia 150:119-131.  Forrest and arnott 2006.pdf

  44. 44.Binks, J., S.E. Arnott, and W.G. Sprules. 2005.  Local factors and colonist dispersal influence biotic recovery from cultural acidification. Ecological Applications 15: 2025-2036.  Binks, Arnott, Sprules 2005.pdf

  45. 45.Strecker, A. and S. E. Arnott.  2005.  Community- and species-level effects of an experimental invasion of Bythotrephes on zooplankton in lakes recovering from acidification in the Canadian Shield.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62: 2450-2462. strecker and arnott 2005.pdf

  46. 46.St. Louis, V.L., Sharp, M.J., May, A., Barker, J., Kirk, J.L., Kelly, D.J.A., Arnott, S.E., Keatley, B., and Smol, J.P.  2005.  Some sources and sinks of monomethyl and inorganic mercury on Ellesmere Island in the Canadian High Arctic. Environmental Science and Technology. Environmental Science and Technology 39:2686-2701. st. louis et al. 2005.pdf

  47. 47.Arnott, S. E., P. J. Dillon, K. Somers, and W. Keller. 2003.   Inter- and intra-annual variability in acid-related parameters in lakes with different flushing rates and acid deposition histories.  Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 88:21-37.  arnott et al. 2003 - chemistry.pdf

  48. 48.Arnott, S. E., B. Keller, N. Yan, P. Dillon, M. Paterson, and D. Findlay.  2003.  Using  temporal coherence to determine responses to climate change in boreal shield lakes.  Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 88:365-388. arnott et al. 2003 - climate.pdf

  49. 49.Yan, N. D., B. Leung, B. Keller, S. E. Arnott, J. M. Gunn, and G. Raddum.  2003. Developing a conceptual framework for the recovery of aquatic biota from acidification: A zooplankton example.  Ambio 32:165-169.  yan et al. 2003.pdf

  50. 50.Arnott, S.E. and N. D. Yan. 2002. Factors affecting the emergence of zooplankton from resting stages: the interaction between recovery from acidification and drought.  Ecological Applications 12:138-153.  arnott and yan 2002.pdf

  51. 51.Arnott, S. E., N. D. Yan, W. Keller, and K. Nicholls. 2001.  The influence of drought-induced acidification on the recovery of plankton in Swan Lake.  Ecological Applications 11:747-763.  arnott et al 2001.pdf

  52. 52.Dodson, S., S. E. Arnott, and K. Cottingham.  2000.  Effects of primary productivity on species richness: patterns in lake communities. Ecology 81:2662-2679. Dodson et al. 2000.pdf

  53. 53.Lukaszewski, Y., S. E. Arnott, and T. M. Frost.1999.  Regional versus local processes determining zooplankton community composition of Little Rock Lake, Wisconsin, USA. Journal of Plankton Research 21:991-1003.  Lukaszewski et al. 1999.pdf

  54. 54.Arnott, S.E., N.D. Yan, J.J. Magnuson, T.M. Frost.  1999. Interannual variability and species turnover of crustacean zooplankton in Shield lakes.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 56:162-172.  arnott et al 1999.pdf

  55. 55.Frost, T.M., P. K. Montz, M. J. Gonzalez, B. Sanderson, S. E. Arnott.  1998.  Rotifer community responses to increased acidity: a comparison of long-term patterns in a whole-lake experiment and two unmanipulated lakes in Wisconsin, USA. Hydrobiologia 387/388:141-152.  frost et al. 1998.pdf

  56. 56.Arnott, S.E., J. J. Magnuson, and N. D. Yan.  1998. Crustacean zooplankton species richness:  Single- and multiple-year estimates.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55:1573-1582.  arnott 1998.pdf

  57. 57.Vanni, M.J., C.D. Layne, and S.E. Arnott. 1997.  “Top-Down” trophic interactions in lakes:  Effects of fish on phytoplankton and nutrient dynamics. Ecology 78:1-20. vanni et al. 1997.pdf

  58. 58.Arnott, S.E. and M.J. Vanni. 1993.  Zooplankton assemblages in fishless bog lakes:  Influence of biotic and abiotic factors.  Ecology 74:2361-2380. arnott and vanni 1993.pdf

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Peer Reviewed Articles

  1. 1. Arnott, S. E. Lakes as islands.  2009.  In Encyclopedia of Islands. Ed. Gillespie, R. and Clague, D. A.  University of California Press

  1. 2. Arnott, S. E., S. Dodson, J. J. Magnuson, and A. Colby.  2006.  Lakes as islands.  In Lakes in the Landscape:  Insights and Concepts from the North Temperate Lakes LTER from 1981-2000.  Edited by Magnuson, J. J., T. K. Kratz, and B. Benson.  Oxford University Press.

  1. 3.Contributing Author:  Hydrology and Freshwater Ecology.  In: Climate Change 1995.  Impacts, Adaptations and Mitigation of Climate Change:  Scientific-Technical Analyses.  Contribution of Working Group II to the Second Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

  1. 4.Contributing Author:  Oceans.  In: Climate Change 1995.  Impacts, Adaptations and Mitigation of Climate Change:  Scientific-Technical Analyses.  Contribution of Working Group II to the Second Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

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