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Books:

1) Smol, J.P., Battarbee, R.W., Davis, R.B. and Meriläinen, J. [Editors]. 1986. Diatoms and Lake Acidity. Reconstructing pH from siliceous algal remains in lake sediments. Dr. W. Junk Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. 307 pp.

 

2) Duff, K., Zeeb, B. and Smol, J.P. 1995. Atlas of Chrysophycean Cysts. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht. 189 pp.

 

3) Sandgren, C., Smol, J.P. and Kristiansen, J. [Editors]. 1995. Chrysophyte Algae: Ecology, Phylogeny and Development. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 384 pp.

 

4) Cumming, B.F., Wilson, S.E., Hall, R.I. and Smol, J.P. 1995. Diatoms from Lakes in British Columbia (Canada) and Their Relationship to Lakewater Salinity, Nutrients and Other Limnological Variables. Bibliotheca Diatomologica, J. Cramer, Stuttgart, 207 pp.

 

5) Reavie, E.D. and Smol, J.P. 1998. Freshwater Diatoms from the St. Lawrence River. Bibliotheca Diatomologica, J. Cramer, Stuttgart, 137 pp.

 

6) Stoermer, E.F. and Smol, J.P. [Editors]. 1999. The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, 484 pp.

 

7) Last, W.M. and Smol, J.P. [Editors]. 2001. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments, Volume 1: Basin Analysis, Coring, and Chronological Techniques. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 548 pp.

 

8) Last, W.M. and Smol, J.P. [Editors]. 2001. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments, Volume 2: Physical and Geochemical Techniques. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 504 pp.

 

9) Smol, J.P. Birks, H.J.B., and Last, W.M. [Editors]. 2001. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments Volume 3: Terrestrial, Algal, and Siliceous Indicators. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 371 pp.

 

10) Smol, J.P. Birks, H.J.B., and Last, W.M. [Editors]. 2001. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments, Volume 4: Zoological Indicators. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 217 pp.

 

11) Wilkinson, A.N., Zeeb, B. and Smol, J.P. 2001. Atlas of Chrysophycean Cysts, Volume II. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 180 pp.

 

12) Smol, J.P. 2002. Pollution of Lakes and Rivers: A Paleoenvironmental Perspective. Arnold Publishers, London; Co-published by Oxford University Press, New York. 280 pp. [out of print; a 2nd edition was released in 2008 by Blackwell Publishing].

 

13) Moser, K., Smol, J.P. and MacDonald, G. 2004. The Ecology and Distribution of Diatoms in Wood Buffalo National Park, Northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories, Canada. The Academy of the Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Philadelphia. 54 pp.

 

14) Pienitz, R., Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. [Editors]. 2004. Long-Term Environmental Change in Arctic and Antarctic Lakes. Springer, Dordecht, 562 pp.

 

15) Antoniades, D., Hamilton, P.B., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2008. Diatoms of North America: The freshwater floras of Prince Patrick, Ellef Ringnes and northern Ellesmere Islands from the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Iconographia Diatomologica book series; Koeltz Scientific Books, Koenigstein; 134 plates with 1789 figures, 649 pp.

 

16)  Smol, J.P. 2008.  Pollution of Lakes and Rivers:  A Paleoenvironmental Perspective – 2nd Edition.  Blackwell Publishing, Oxford.  383 pp.

 

17)  Smol, J.P. and Stoermer, E.F [Editors]. 2010.  The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences.  Second edition. Cambridge University Press.  Cambridge. 667 pp.

 

18) Freedman, B., Hutchins, J., Gwynne, D., Smol, J.P., Suffling, R., Turkington, R. and Walker, R. 2011. Ecology: A Canadian Context. Nelson Education, Toronto. 649 pp,

 

19) Birks, H.J.B., Juggins, S., Lotter, A. and Smol, J.P. [Editors]. 2012. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments. Volume 5: Data Handling and Numerical Techniques. Springer, Dordrecht. 745 pp.

20) Blais, J.M., Rosen, M. and Smol, J.P. [Editors]. 2015. Environmental Contaminants: Using Natural Archives to Track Sources and Long-term Trends of Pollution.  Springer, Dordrecht. 509 pp.

21) Freedman, B., Hutchins, J., Gwynne, D., Smol, J.P., Suffling, R., Turkington, R., Walker, R., and Bazely, D. 2015. Ecology: A Canadian Context. 2nd Edition. Nelson Education, Toronto. 662 pp.

 

Journal Special Issues: 

 

1) Vincent, W.F. and Smol, J.P. (issue editors) 2009.  Lakes and Reservoirs as Sentinels, Integrators, and Regulators of Climate Change. Limnology and Oceanography 54 (6, part 2): 2273-2564.

 

2) Keller, W., Paterson, A.M., Rühland, K.M., and Blais, J. (issue editors) 2014. Environmental change in the Hudson and James Bay Region. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 46: 1-292.

 

 

Journal Publications and Chapters:

 

1) Smol, J.P. 1980. Fossil synuracean (Chrysophyceae) scales in lake sediments: a new group of paleoindicators. Can. J. Bot. 58: 458-465.

 

2) Dickman, M.D., Smol, J.P. and Steele, P.O. 1980. The impact of industrial shock loading on selected biocoenoses in the Lower Welland River, Ontario. Water Pollution Research Journal, Canada 15: 17-31.

 

3) Smol, J.P. 1981. Problems associated with the use of "species diversity" in paleolimnological studies. Quaternary Research 15: 209-212.

 

4) Smol, J.P. and Dickman, M.D. 1981. The recent histories of three Canadian Shield lakes: a paleolimnological experiment. Arch. Hydrobiologie 93: 83-108.

 

5) Smol, J.P., Brown, S.R. and McNeely, R.N. 1983. Cultural disturbances and trophic history of a small meromictic lake from Central Canada.  Hydrobiologia 103: 125-130.

 

6) Smol, J.P. 1983. Paleophycology of a high arctic lake near Cape Herschel, Ellesmere Island. Can. J. Bot. 61: 2195-2204.

 

7) Smol, J.P., Charles, D.F. and Whitehead, D.R. 1984. Mallomonadacean microfossils provide evidence of recent lake acidification. Nature 307: 628-630.

 

8) Smol, J.P., Charles, D.F. and Whitehead, D.R. 1984. Mallomonadacean (Chrysophyceae) assemblages and their relationships with limnological characteristics in 38 Adirondack (N.Y.) lakes. Can. J. Bot. 62: 911-923.

 

9) Smol, J.P., Brown, S.R. and McIntosh, H.J. 1984. A hypothetical relationship between differential algal sedimentation and diatom succession. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 22: 1361-1365.

 

10) Brown, S.R., McIntosh, H.J. and Smol, J.P. 1984. Recent paleolimnology of a meromictic lake: fossil pigments of photosynthetic bacteria. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 22: 1357-1360.

 

11) Smol, J.P. 1984. The statospore of Mallomonas pseudocoronata Prescott (Mallomonadaceae, Chrysophyceae). Nord. J. Bot. 4: 827-831.

 

12) Smol, J.P. 1985. Review of: Lake Sediments and Environmental History (by E.Y. Haworth and J.W.G. Lund, editors). Science 229: 262.

 

13) Smol, J.P. 1985. The ratio of diatom frustules to chrysophycean statospores: a useful paleolimnological index. Hydrobiologia 123: 199-208.

 

14) Smol, J.P. and Boucherle, M.M. 1985. Postglacial changes in algal and cladoceran assemblages in Little Round Lake, Ontario. Arch. Hydrobiologie l03: 25-49.

 

15) Gilbert, R. and Glew, J.R. 1985. A portable percussion coring device for lacustrine and marine sediments. J. Sedimentary Petrol. 55: 607-608.

 

16) Smol, J.P. l986. Chrysophycean microfossils as indicators of lakewater pH. Pages 275-287. IN: Smol, J.P. et al. [Editors]. Diatoms and Lake Acidity. Dr. W. Junk Publ., Dordrecht.

 

17) Battarbee, R.W., Smol, J.P. and Meriläinen, J. l986. Diatoms as indicators of pH: An historical review. Pages 5-14. IN: Smol, J. P. etal. [Editors]. Diatoms and Lake Acidity. Dr. W. Junk Publ., Dordrecht.

 

18) Davis, R.B. and Smol, J.P. l986. The use of sedimentary remains of siliceous algae for inferring past chemistry of lake water -- Problems, potential, and research needs. Pages 291-300. IN: Smol, J.P. et al. [Editors]. Diatoms and Lake Acidity . Dr. W Junk Publ., Dordrecht.

 

19) Charles, D.F., Whitehead, D.R., Anderson, D., Bienert, R., Camburn, K., Cook, R., Crisman, T., Davis, R.B., Fry, B., Hites, R.A., Kahl, J.S., Kingston, J., Kreis, R. Jr., Mitchell, M.J., Norton, S.A., Roll, L., Smol, J.P., Sweets, P.R., Uutala, A., White, J., Whiting, M. and Wise, R. l986. The PIRLA project (Paleoecological Investigation of Recent Lake Acidification): preliminary results for the Adirondacks, New England, N. Great Lakes States, and N. Florida. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 30: 355-365.

 

20) Christie, C.E. and Smol, J.P. l986. Recent and long-term acidification of Upper Wallface Pond (N.Y.) as indicated by mallomonadacean microfossils. Hydrobiologia 143: 355-360.

 

21) Smol, J.P. 1986. Review of: Lake Gardsjon: An Acid Forest Lake and its Catchment (by F. Andersson and B. Olsson, editors). Quarterly Review of Biology 61: 561.

 

22) Boucherle, M.M., Smol, J.P., Oliver, T.C., Brown, S.R. and McNeely, R.N. l986. Limnologic consequences of the decline in hemlock 4800 years ago in three Southern Ontario lakes. Hydrobiologia 143: 217-225.

 

23) Smol, J.P. l986. A biographical sketch of Seward R. (Ted) Brown. Hydrobiologia 143: 9-11.

 

24) Charles, D.F., Whitehead, D.R., Engstrom, D.R., Fry, B.D., Hites, R.A., Norton, S.A., Owen, J., Roll, L.A., Schindler, S., Smol, J.P., Uutala, A.J., White, J.R. and Wise, R.J. l987. Paleolimnological evidence for recent acidification of Big Moose L., Adirondack Mountains, N.Y. (U.S.A.). Biogeochemistry 3: 267-296.

 

25) Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. l987. Siliceous protozoan plates in lake sediments. Hydrobiologia 154: 13-23.

 

26) Gibson, K.N., Smol, J.P. and Ford, J. l987. Chrysophycean microfossils and the recent history of a naturally acidic lake (Cone Pond, N.H.). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 44: 1584-1588.

 

27) Smol, J.P. l987. Methods in Quaternary ecology - freshwater algae. GeoScience Canada 14: 208-217.

 

28) Smol, J.P. 1988. Chrysophycean microfossils in paleolimnological studies. Palaeogeog. Palaeoclim. Palaeoecol. 62: 287-297.

 

29) Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. l988. Siliceous protozoan and chrysophycean microfossils from the recent sediments of Sphagnum dominated Lake Colden, N.Y. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 23: 855-859.

 

30) Smol, J.P. l988. Paleoclimate proxy data from freshwater arctic diatoms. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 23: 837-844.

 

31) Christie, C.E., Smol, J.P., Meriläinen, J. and Huttunen, P. l988. Chrysophyte scales recorded in lake sediments from eastern Finland. Hydrobiologia 161: 237-243.

 

32) Lemmen, D.S., Gilbert, R., Smol, J.P. and Hall, R.I. l988. Holocene sedimentation in glacial Tasikutaaq Lake, Baffin Island. Can. J. Earth Sci. 25: 810-823.

 

33) Smol, J.P. l988. The North American "endemic" Mallomonas pseudocoronata (Mallomonadacea, Chrysophyta) in an Austrian lake. Phycologia 27: 427-429.

 

34) Duff, K.E. and Smol, J.P. l988. Chrysophycean stomatocysts from the postglacial sediments of a high arctic lake. Can. J. Bot. 66: 1112-1128.

 

35) Charles, D.F. and Smol, J.P. l988. New methods for using diatoms and chrysophytes in reconstructions of lakewater pH in low alkalinity lakes. Limnol. Oceanogr. 33: 1451-1462.

 

36) Boucherle, M.M. and Züllig. 1988. Lago Cadagno: an environmental history. Pages 3-7. In: Lang, G. and Schlüchter, C. (Editors). Lake, Mire and River Environments. Balkema Publishers, Rotterdam.

 

37) Smol, J.P. l988. Editorial. Journal of Paleolimnology – further fragmentation or the synthesis of a developing science. Opening editorial to the J. Paleolimnology 1: 3.

 

38) Glew, J.R. 1988. A portable extruding device for close interval sectioning of unconsolidated core samples. J. Paleolimnology 1: 235-239.

 

39) Nogrady, T. and Smol, J.P. 1989. Rotifers from five high arctic ponds, Cape Herschel, Ellesmere Island. Hydrobiologia 173: 231-242.

 

40) Charles, D.F., Battarbee, R.W., Renberg I., van Dam, H. and Smol, J.P. 1989. Paleoecological analysis of lake acidification trends in North America and Europe using diatoms and chrysophytes. Pages 207-276. IN: Norton, S.A., Lindberg, S.E. and Page, A.L. [Editors] Acid Precipitation, Vol. 2; Springer-Verlag, Stuttgart.

 

41) Dixit, S.S. and Smol J.P. 1989. Algal assemblages in acid-stressed lakes with particular emphasis on diatoms and chrysophytes. Pages 91-134. IN: Rao, S.S. (Editor). Acid Stress and Microbial Interactions. CRC Press, Boca Raton.

 

42) Davis, R.B., Norton S.A., Kahl, J.S., Anderson, D.S., Bacon, L., Blake, G., Morrison, M., Patterson, B., Whiting, M.C., Hites, R.A., Roll, L.A., Mitchell, M.J., Owen, J.S., Schindler, S.C., Smol, J.P., Dixit, S.S. 1989. A comparative paleolimnological study of the impacts of air pollution on three northern New England lakes: preliminary results. Pages 7-1 - 7-60. IN: Charles, D.F. and Whitehead, D.R. (Editors). Paleoecological Investigation of Recent Lake Acidification (PIRLA): 1983-1985. Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.

 

43) Dixit, S.S., Dixit, A.S. and Smol, J.P. 1989. Lake acidification recovery can be monitored using chrysophycean microfossils. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 46: 1309-1312.

 

44) Dixit, S.S., Dixit, A.S. and Smol, J.P. 1989. Relationship between chrysophyte assemblages and environmental variables in 72 Sudbury lakes as examined by Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 46: 1667-1676.

 

45) Whitehead, D.R., Charles, D.F., Jackson,, S.T., Smol, J.P. and Engstrom, D.R. 1989. The developmental history of Adirondack (N.Y.) lakes. J. Paleolimnology 2: 185-206.

 

46) Palmer, G.R., Dixit, S.S., MacArthur, J.D. and Smol, J.P. 1989. Elemental analysis of lake sediment from the Sudbury region using PIXE and PIGE. Science of the Total Environment 87/88: 141-156.

 

47) Smol, J.P. 1989. Review of: High Latitude Limnology (by W.F. Vincent and J.C. Ellis-Evans, editors). Antarctic Science 1: 291-292.

 

48) Duff, K.E. and Smol, J.P. 1989. Chrysophycean stomatocysts from the postglacial sediments of Tasikutaaq Lake, Baffin Island, N.W.T. Can. J. Bot. 67: 1649-1656.

 

49) Glew, J.R. 1989. A new trigger mechanism for sediment samplers. J. Paleolimnology 2: 241-243.

 

50) Dixit, A.S. and Dixit, S.S. 1989. Surface sediment chrysophtyes from 35 Quebec lakes and their usefulness in reconstructing lakewater pH. Can. J. Bot. 67: 2071-2076.

 

51) Charles, D.F. Binford, M.W., Fry. B.D., Furlong, E., Hites, R.A., Mitchell, M., Norton, S.A., Patterson, M.J., Smol, J.P., Uutala, A.J., White, J.R., Whitehead, D.R. and Wise, R.J. 1990. Paleoecological investigation of recent lake acidification in the Adirondack Mountains, N.Y. J. Paleolimnology 3:195-241.

 

52) Smol, J.P. 1990. Paleolimnology - Recent advances and future challenges. IN: De Bernardi, R., Giussani, G., and Barbanti, L. [Editors]. Scientific Perspectives in Theoretical and Applied Limnology. CNDR, Pallanza. Mem. Ist. Ital. Idrobiol. 47: 253-276.

 

53) Smol, J.P. and Dixit, S.S. 1990. Patterns of pH change inferred from chrysophycean microfossils in Adirondack and New England lakes. J. Paleolimnology 4:31-41.

 

54) Dixit, S.S., Smol J.P., Anderson, D.S and Davis, R.B. 1990. Utility of scaled chrysophytes in predicting lakewater pH in northern New England lakes. J.Paleolimnology 3:269-286.

 

55) Smol, J.P. 1990. Diatoms and chrysophytes - a useful combination in paleolimnological studies. Pages 585-592. IN: Simola, H. (Editor). Proceedings of the 10th International Diatom Symposium. Koeltz Scientific Books, Koenigstein.

 

56) Charles, D.F. and Smol, J.P. 1990. The PIRLA II project: regional assessment of lake acidification trends. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 24:474-480.

 

57) Smol, J.P. 1990. Paleolimnology -- the study of prehistoric waters? J. Paleolimnology 3: 84.

 

58) Davis, R.B., Anderson, D.S., Whiting, M.C., Smol, J.P., Dixit, S.S. 1990. Alkalinity and pH of 3 lakes in northern New England, U.S.A., over the past 3000 years. Phil. Trans. (Ser. B). Royal Soc. (London) 327: 413-421.

 

59) Sullivan, T.J., Charles, D.F., Smol, J.P., Cumming, B.F., Selle, A.R., Thomas, D. and Dixit, S. 1990. Quantification of changes in lakewater chemistry in response to acidic deposition. Nature 345: 54-58.

 

60) Zeeb, B.A., Duff, K.E. and Smol, J.P. 1990. Morphological descriptions and stratigraphic profiles of chrysophycean stomatocysts from the recent sediments of Little Round Lake, Ontario. Nova Hedwigia 51: 361-380.

 

61) Dixit, S.S., Dixit, A.S. and Smol, J.P. 1990. Paleolimnological investigation of three manipulated lakes from Sudbury, Canada. Hydrobiologia 214:245-252.

 

62) Smol, J.P. 1990. Are we building enough bridges between paleolimnology and aquatic ecology? Hydrobiologia 214:201-206.

 

63) Birks, H.J.B., Berge, F., Boyle, J.F., and Cumming, B.F. 1990. A palaeoecological test of the land-use hypothesis for recent lake acidification in South-West Norway using hill-top lakes. J. Paleolimnology. 4: 69-85.

 

64) Kingston, J.C. and Birks, H.J.B. 1990. Dissolved organic carbon reconstructions from diatom assemblages in PIRLA project lakes, North America. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 327: 279-288.

 

65) Walker, I.R. 1990. Modern assemblages of arctic and alpine Chironomidae as analogues for late-glacial communities. Hydrobiologia 214:223-227.

 

66) Siver, P.A. and Glew, J.R. 1990. The arrangement of scales and bristles on Mallomonas (Chrysophyceae): a proposed mechanism for the formation of the cell covering. Can. J. Bot. 68: 374-380.

 

67) Smol, J.P., Walker, I.R. and Leavitt, P.R. 1991. Paleolimnology and hindcasting climatic trends. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 24:1240-1246.

 

68) Smol, J.P. 1991. Review of: Biology of Fresh Waters (by P. S. Maitland). Quarterly Reviews of Biology 66: 509-510.

 

69) Duff, K.E. and Smol, J.P. 1991. Morphological descriptions and stratigraphic distributions of the chrysophycean stomatocysts from a recently acidified lake (Adirondack Park, N.Y.). J. Paleolimnology 5:73-113.

 

70) Charles, D.F., Dixit, S.S., Cumming, B.F. and Smol, J.P. 1991. Variability in diatom and chrysophyte assemblages and inferred pH: paleolimnological studies of Big Moose L., N.Y. J. of Paleolimnology 5:267-284.

 

71) Cumming, B.F., Smol, J.P., and Birks, H.J.B. 1991. The relationship between sedimentary chrysophyte scales (Chrysophyceae and Synurophyceae) and limnological characteristics in 25 Norwegian lakes. Nordic Journal of Botany 11:231-242.

 

72) Walker, I.R., Smol, J.P., Engstrom, D.R., and Birks, H.J.B. 1991. An assessment of Chironomidae as quantitative indicators of past climatic change. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 48:975-987.

 

73) Zeeb, B.A. and Smol, J.P. 1991. Paleolimnological investigation of the effects of road salt seepage on scaled chrysophytes in Fonda Lake, Michigan. J. Paleolimnology 5:263-266.

 

74) Sandgren, C.D. and Smol, J.P. 1991. Reply to Dr. Simola's comment on the taxonomy of "snowflakes" (chrysophyte cysts). J. Paleolimnology 6: 261-263.

 

75) Dixit, S.S., Dixit, A.S., and Smol, J.P. 1991. Multivariable environmental inferences based on diatom assemblages from Sudbury (Canada) lakes. Freshwater Biology 26: 251-265.

 

76) Walker, I.R., Mott, R.J., and Smol, J.P. 1991. Allerod/Younger Dryas temperatures from midge fossils in Atlantic Canada. Science 253: 1010-1012.

 

77) Smol, J.P. 1991. Aquatic resource assessment using paleolimnological techniques. pp. 14-16, In: N. Yan (ed.), "Natural Resources: Riches or Remnants", Canadian Society of Environmental Biologists.

 

78) Glew, J.R. 1991. Miniature gravity corer for recovering short sediment cores. J. Paleolimnology 5:285-287.

 

79) Smol, J.P. and Glew, J.R. 1992. Paleolimnology. pp. 551-564. IN: Nierenberg, W.A. (Editor). Encyclopedia of Earth System Science, vol. 3. Academic Press, Inc., San Diego, CA.

 

80) Dixit, A.S., Dixit, S.S. and Smol, J.P. 1992. Algal microfossils provide high temporal resolution of environmental trends. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 62: 75-87.

 

81) Sullivan, T.J., Turner, R.S., Charles, D.F., Cumming, B.F., Smol, J.P., Schofield, C.L., Driscoll, C.T., Birks, H.J.B, Uutala, A.J., Kingston, J.C., Dixit, S.S., Bernert, J.A., Ryan, P.F., and D.R. Marmorek. 1992. Use of historical assessment for evaluation of process-based model projections of future environmental change: lake acidification in the Adirondack Mountains, New York, U.S.A. Environmental Pollution 77: 253-262.

 

82) Blake, W., Boucherle, M.M., Fredskild, B., Janssens, J.A., and Smol, J.P. 1992. The geomorphological setting, glacial history and Holocene development of Kap Inglefield Sø, Inglefield Land, north-west Greenland. Meddelelser om Grønland, Geoscience 27, 42 pp.

 

83) Dixit, S.S., Cumming, B.F., Smol, J.P., and Kingston, J.C. 1992. Monitoring environmental changes in lakes using algal microfossils. In: McKenzie, D.H., Hyatt, D.E. and MacDonald, V.J. (Eds). Ecological Indicators, volume 2, pages 1135-1155. Elsevier Applied Sciences, Amsterdam.

 

84) Kingston, J.C., Cumming, B.F., Uutala, A.J., Smol, J.P., Cambrun, K.E., Charles, D.F., Dixit, S.S., and Kreis, R.G., Jr. 1992. Biological quality control and quality assurance: A case study in paleolimnological biomonitoring. In: McKenzie, D.H., Hyatt, D.E. and MacDonald, V.J. (Eds). Ecological Indicators, volume 2, pages 1542-1544. Elsevier Applied Sciences, Amsterdam.

 

85) Dixit, A.S., Dixit, S.S., and Smol, J.P. 1992. Long-term trends in lake water pH and metal concentrations inferred from diatoms and chrysophytes in three lakes near Sudbury, Ontario. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49 (Supp. 1): 17-24.

 

86) Dixit, S.S., Dixit, A.S., and Smol, J.P. 1992. Assessment of changes in lake water chemistry in Sudbury area lakes since preindustrial times. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49 (Supp. 1): 8-16.

 

87) Smol, J.P. 1992. Paleolimnology: An important tool for effective ecosystem management. Journal of Aquatic Ecosystem Health 1: 49-58.

 

88) Cumming, B.F., Smol, J.P., Kingston, J.C., Charles, D.F., Birks, H.J.B., Camburn, K.E., Dixit, S.S., Uutala, A.J., and Selle, A.R. 1992. How much acidification has occurred in Adirondack region (New York, USA) lakes since pre-industrial times? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49: 128-141.

 

89) Cumming, B.F., Smol, J.P., and Birks, H.J.B. 1992. Scaled chrysophytes (Chrysophyceae and Syunurophyceae) from Adirondack (N.Y., USA) drainage lakes and their relationship to measured environmental variables, with special reference to lakewater pH and labile monomeric aluminum. Journal of Phycology 28: 162-178.

 

90) Kingston, J.C., Birks, H.J.B., Uutala, A.J., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 1992. Assessing trends in fishery resources and lake water aluminum for paleolimnological analyses of siliceous algae. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49: 116-127.

 

91) Hall, R.I. and Smol, J.P. 1992. A weighted-averaging regression and calibration model for inferring total phosphorus concentration from diatoms in British Columbia (Canada) lakes. Freshwater Biology 27: 417-434.

 

92) Dixit, S.S., Smol, J.P., Kingston, J.C., and Charles, D.F. 1992. Diatoms: Powerful indicators of environmental change. Environmental Science and Technology 26: 22-33.

 

93) Walker, I.R., Smol, J.P., Engstrom, D.R., and Birks, H.J.B. 1992. Aquatic invertebrates, climate, scale, and statistical hypothesis testing: A response to Hann, Warner, and Warwick. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 49: 1276-1280.

 

94) Duff, K., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 1992. Chrysophyte cysts from 36 high arctic ponds. Nordic J. Botany 12: 471-499.

 

95) Pienitz, R., Walker, I. R., Zeeb, B.A., Smol, J.P., and Leavitt, P.R. 1992. Biomonitoring past salinity changes in an athalassic sub-arctic lake. Int. J. Salt Lake Res. 1(2): 91-123.

 

96) Carney, H.J., Whiting, M.J., Duff, K.E., and Whitehead, D.R. 1992. Chrysophycean cysts in Sierra Nevada (California) lake sediments: Paleoecological potential. J. Paleolimnology 7: 73-94.

 

97) Currie, D.C. and Walker, I.R. 1992. Recognition and palaeohydrological significance of fossil black fly larvae, with a key to the Nearctic genera (Diptera, Simuliidae). J. Paleolimnology 7: 37-54.

 

98) Agbeti, M. D. 1992. Relationship between diatom assemblages and trophic variables: A comparison of old and new approaches. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 49: 1171-1175.

 

99) Doubleday, N.C. 1992. Carbonaceous particles in the High Arctic: Linking contaminants and climate? Musk-Ox 39: 93-99.

 

100) Dixit, S.S., Cumming, B.F., Kingston, J.C., Smol, J.P., Birks, H.J.B., Uutala, A.J., Charles, D.F., and Camburn, K. 1993. Diatom assemblages from Adirondack lakes (N.Y., USA) and the development of inference models for retrospective environmental assessment. J. Paleolimnology 8: 27-47.

 

101) Wilson, S.E., Walker, I.R., Mott, R. and Smol, J.P. 1993. Climatic and limnological changes associated with the Younger Dryas in Atlantic Canada. Climate Dynamics 8:177-187.

 

102) Zeeb, B.A. and Smol, J.P. 1993. Postglacial chrysophycean cyst record from Elk Lake, Minnesota. pp. 239-249, In: Bradbury, J.P. and Dean, W. (Editors). Elk Lake, Minnesota: Evidence for Rapid Climate Change in the North-Central United States. Geological Society of America Special Paper 276.

 

103) MacDonald, G., Edwards, T., Moser, K., Pienitz, R. and Smol, J.P. 1993. Rapid response of treeline vegetation and lakes to past climate warming. Nature 361:243-246.

 

104) Vesely, J., Almquist-Jacobson, H., Miller, L., Norton, S., Appleby, P., Dixit, A., and Smol, J.P. 1993. The history and impact of air pollution at Lake Certova, southwestern Czech Republic. J. Paleolimnology 8: 211-231.

 

105) Christie, C.E., and Smol, J.P. 1993. Diatom assemblages as indicators of lake trophic status in Southeastern Ontario lakes. J. Phycology 29: 575-586.

 

106) Cumming, B.F., Glew, J.R., Smol, J.P., Davis, R., and Norton, S. 1993. A comment on "Core compression and surficial sediment loss of lake sediments of high porosity caused by gravity coring". Limnology and Oceanography 38: 695-699.

 

107) Smol, J.P. and Last, W. M. 1993. Editorial. Journal of Paleolimnology -- looking back and planning ahead. J. Paleolimnology 9: 1-2.

 

108) Siver, P.A. and Smol, J.P. 1993. The use of scaled chrysophytes in long term monitoring programs for the detection of changes in lakewater acidity. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 73: 357-376.

 

109) Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 1993. Freshwater diatoms from high arctic ponds (Cape Herschel, Ellesmere Island, N.W.T.). Nova Hedwigia 57: 511-552.

 

110) Zeeb, B.A. and Smol, J.P. 1993. Chrysophycean stomatocyst flora from Elk Lake, Clearwater County, Minnesota. Can. J. Botany 71: 737-756.

 

111) Cumming, B.F. and Smol, J.P. 1993. Development of diatom-based salinity models for paleoclimatic research from lakes in British Columbia (Canada). Hydrobiologia 269/270: 179-196.

 

112) Pienitz, R. and Smol, J.P. 1993. Diatom assemblages and their relationship to environmental variables in lakes near Yellowknife (N.W.T., Canada). Hydrobiologia 269/270: 391-404.

 

113) Hall, R.I. and Smol, J.P. 1993. The influence of catchment size on lake trophic status during the hemlock decline (4,800 to 3,500 BP) in southern Ontario lakes. Hydrobiologia 269/270: 371-390.

 

114) Cumming, B.F. and Smol, J.P. 1993. Scaled chrysophytes and pH inference models: The effects of converting scale counts to cell counts and other species data transformations. J. Paleolimnology 9: 147-153.

 

115) Dixit, A.S., Dixit, S.S., and Smol, J.P. 1993. Post-industrial acidification and metal contamination in Whitepine Lake (Sudbury, Canada): A paleolimnological perspective. J. Paleolimnology 9: 141-146.

 

116) Cumming, B.F., Wilson, S.E., and Smol, J.P. 1993. Paleolimnological potential of chrysophyte cysts and scales, and sponge spicules as indicators of lakewater salinity. Int. J. Salt Lake Research 2(1): 87-92.

 

117) Walker, I.R. 1993. Paleolimnological biomonitoring using freshwater benthic macroinvertebrates. pp. 306-343 In: Rosenberg, D.M. and Resh, V.H. (Editors). Freshwater Biomonitoring and Benthic Macroinvertebrates. Chapman Hall, Inc., N.Y. 488 pp.

 

118) Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 1994. Limnology of high arctic ponds (Cape Herschel, Ellesmere Island, N.W.T.). Arch. Hydrobiologie 131: 401-434.

 

119) Charles, D.F., Smol, J.P., and Engstrom, D.R. 1994. Paleolimnological approaches to biomonitoring. pp. 233-293. In: S. Loeb and A. Spacie (eds), Biological Monitoring of Aquatic Systems, Lewis Press, Ann Arbor.

 

120) Charles, D.F. and Smol, J.P. 1994. Long-term chemical changes in lakes: Quantitative inferences using biotic remains in the sediment record. IN: Baker, L. (ed), Environmental Chemistry of Lakes and Reservoirs, Advances in Chemistry Series 237, pages 3-31. American Chemical Society, Washington D.C., 627 pp.

 

121) Duff, K.E. and Smol, J.P. 1994. Chrysophycean cyst flora from British Columbia (Canada) lakes. Nova Hedwigia 58: 353-389.

 

122) Uutala, A.J., Yan, N., Dixit, A.S., Dixit, S.S., and Smol, J.P. 1994. Paleolimnological assessment of declines in fish communities in three acidic, Canadian Shield lakes. Fisheries Research 19: 157-177.

 

123) Cumming, B.F., Davey, K., Smol, J.P., and Birks, H.J. 1994. When did Adirondack Mountain lakes begin to acidify and are they still acidifying? Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 51: 1550-1568.

 

124) Dixit, S.S. and Smol, J.P. 1994. Diatoms as environmental indicators in the Environmental Monitoring and Assessment – Surface Waters (EMAP-SW) program. Env. Monitoring and Assessment 31: 275-306.

 

125) Brown, K. M., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 1994. Siliceous microfossils in a Holocene, high arctic peat deposit (Nordvestö, northwestern Greenland). Can. J. Bot. 72: 208-216.

 

126) Wilson, S.E., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 1994. Diatom-salinity relationships in 111 lakes from the Interior Plateau of British Columbia, Canada: The development of diatom-based models for paleosalinity and paleoclimatic reconstructions. J. Paleolimnology 12: 197-221.

 

127) Douglas, M.S.V., Smol, J.P., and Blake, W., Jr. 1994. Marked post-18th century environmental change in high Arctic ecosystems. Science 266: 416-419.

 

128) Zeeb, B.A., Christie, C.E., Smol, J.P., Findlay, D., and Kling, H. 1994. Diatom and chrysophyte assemblage response to experimental eutrophication in Lake 227 sediments. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 51: 2300-2311.

 

129) Leavitt, P.R., Hann, B.J., Smol, J.P., Zeeb, B.A., Christie, C.E., Wolfe, B., and Kling, H.J. 1994. Analysis of whole-lake experiments with paleolimnology: An overview of results from Lake 227, Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 51: 2322-2332.

 

130) Walker, I.R., Reavie, E.D., Palmer, S., and Nordin, R.N. 1994. A palaeoenvironmental assessment of human impact on Wood Lake, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada. Quaternary International 20: 51-70.

 

131) Pienitz, R., Douglas, M.S.V., Smol, J.P., Huttunen, P., and Meriläinen, J. 1995. Siliceous algal and protozoan distributions along a latitudinal transect in Fennoscandia. EcoGraphy 18: 429-439.

 

132) Smol, J.P. 1995. Application of chrysophytes to problems in paleoecology. pp. 303-329. In: Sandgren, C., Smol, J.P. and Kristiansen, J. [Editors]. Chrysophyte Algae: Ecology, Phylogeny and Development. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

133) Pienitz R., Smol, J.P., and Birks, H.J.B. 1995. Assessment of freshwater diatoms as quantitative indicators of past climatic change in the Yukon and Northwest Territories, Canada. J. Paleolimnology 13: 21-49.

 

134) Agbeti, M.D. and Smol, J.P. 1995. Winter limnology: a comparison of physical, chemical and biological characteristics in two temperate lakes during ice cover. Hydrobiologia 304: 221-234.

 

135) Agbeti, M.D. and Smol, J.P. 1995. Chrysophyte population dynamics and encystment in two Canadian lakes. J. Phycology 31: 70-78.

 

136) Dixit, S.S., Dixit, A.S., Smol, J.P and Keller, W. 1995. Reading the records stored in the lake sediments: A method of examining the history and extent of industrial damage to lakes. pp. 33-44. In: Gunn, J. [Editor], Restoration and Recovery of an Industrial Region. Springer-Verlag, New York.

 

137) Doubleday, N.C., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 1995. Paleoenvironmental perspectives on black carbon deposition in the high Arctic. The Science of the Total Environment 160/161: 661-668.

 

138) Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 1995. Periphytic diatom assemblages from high Arctic ponds. J. Phycology 31:60-69.

 

139) Smol, J.P. and Last, W. M. l995. Editorial. Computer applications to paleolimnology: getting ready for the next century. J. Paleolimnology 13: 1-2.

 

140) Smol, J.P. 1995. Paleolimnological approaches to the evaluation and monitoring of ecosystem health: Providing a history for environmental damage and recovery. pp. 301-318. In: Rapport, D., Gaudet, C., and Calow, P. (Editors). Evaluating and Monitoring the Health of Large-Scale Ecosystems. NATO ASI Series, Vol. 128. Springer-Verlag, Stuttgart.

 

141) Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 1995. Paleolimnological significance of observed distribution patterns of chrysophyte cysts in arctic pond environments. J. Paleolimnology 13: 79-83.

 

142) Glew, J.R. 1995. Conversion of shallow water gravity coring equipment for deep water systems. J. Paleolimnology 14: 83-88.

 

143) Duff, K.E. and Smol, J.P. 1995. The relationship of chrysophycean stomatocysts to environmental variables in freshwater British Columbia lakes. Can. J. Bot. 73: 1097-1111.

 

144) Walker, I.R., Wilson, S.E. and Smol, J.P. 1995. Chironomidae (Diptera): Quantitative palaeosalinity indicators for lakes in Western Canada. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 52: 950-960.

 

145) Veres, A.J., Pienitz, R. and Smol, J.P. 1995. Lakewater salinity and periphytic diatom succession in three subarctic lakes (Yukon Territory, Canada). Arctic 48: 63-70.

 

146) Reavie, E., Hall, R., and Smol, J.P. 1995. An expanded weighted-averaging model for inferring past total phosphorus concentrations from diatom assemblages in eutrophic British Columbia (Canada) lakes. J. Paleolimnology 14: 49-67.

 

147) Zeeb, B.A. and Smol, J.P. 1995. A weighted-averaging regression and calibration model for inferring lakewater salinity using chrysophycean stomatocysts from western Canadian lakes. Int. J. Salt Lake Res. 4: 1-23.

 

148) Duff, K. E. and Smol, J.P. 1995. Chrysophycean cyst assemblages and their relationship to water chemistry in 71 Adirondack Park (New York, U.S.A.) lakes. Arch. Hydrobiol. 134: 307-336.

 

149) Smol, J.P., Cumming, B.F., Douglas, M.S.V., and Pienitz, R. 1995. Inferring past climatic changes in Canada using paleolimnological techniques. Geoscience Canada 21: 112-117.

 

150) Dixit, S.S. and Smol, J.P. 1995. Diatom evidence of past water quality changes in Adirondack seepage lakes (New York, U.S.A.). Diatom Research 10: 113-129.

 

151) Reavie, E.D., Smol, J.P., and Carmichael, N.B. 1995. Post-settlement eutrophication histories of six British Columbia (Canada) lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 52: 2388-2401.

 

152) Dixit, A., Dixit, S., and Smol, J.P. 1996. Long-term water quality changes in Ramsey Lake (Sudbury, Canada) as revealed through paleolimnology. J.Environmental Science and Health A31: 941-956.

 

153) Laird, K.R., Fritz, S.C., Grimm, E.C., and Mueller, P.G. 1996. Century-scale paleoclimatic reconstruction from Moon Lake, a closed-basin lake in the northern Great Plains. Limnol. Oceanogr. 41: 890-902.

 

154) Moser, K.A., MacDonald, G., and Smol, J.P. 1996. Application of freshwater diatoms to geographical research. Progress in Physical Geography 20: 21-52.

 

155) Crowder, A.A., Smol, J.P., Dalrymple, R., Gilbert, R., Mathers, A., and Price, J. 1996. Rates of natural and anthropogenic change in shoreline habitats in the Kingston Basin, Lake Ontario. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 53 (Suppl. 1): 121-135.

 

156) Zeeb, B.A., Smol, J.P., and VanLandingham, S. 1996. Pliocene chrysophycean stomatocysts from the Sonoma Volcanics, Napa County, California. Micropaleontolgy 42: 79-91.

 

157) Uutala, A.J and Smol, J.P. 1996. Paleolimnological reconstructions of long-term changes in fisheries status in Sudbury area lakes. Can J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 53: 174-180.

 

158) Hall, R.I. and Smol, J.P. 1996. Paleolimnological assessment of long-term water quality changes in south-central Ontario lakes affected by cottage development and acidification. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 53: 1-17.

 

159) Wilson, S., Cumming, B., and Smol, J.P. 1996. Assessing the reliability of salinity inference models from diatom assemblages: An examination of a 219 lake dataset from western North America. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 53: 1580-1594.

 

160) Cumming, B.F. 1996. Review of: Saline Lakes V. (by S. Hurlbert, editor). J. Paleolimnology 16: 358-359.

 

161) Dixit, A., Dixit, S., and Smol, J.P. 1996. Setting restoration goals for an acid metal-contaminated lake: A paleolimnological study of Daisy Lake (Sudbury, Canada). Lake and Reservoir Management 12: 323-330.

 

162) Bos, D., Cumming, B., Watters, C., and Smol, J.P. 1996. The relationship between zooplankton, conductivity and lake-water inonic composition in 111 lakes from the Interior of British Columbia, Canada. Int. J. Salt Lake Res. 5: 1-15.

 

163) Zeeb, B.A., Smol, J.P., and Horn, S.P. 1996. Chrysophycean stomatocysts from Costa Rican tropical lake sediments. Nova Hedwigia 63: 279-299.

 

164) Dixit, A.S., Dixit, S.S., and Smol, J.P. 1996. Long-term trends in limnological characteristics in the Aurora Trout Lakes, Sudbury, Canada. Hydrobiologia 335: 171-181.

 

165) Zeeb, B.A., Duff, K.E., and Smol, J.P. 1996. Recent advances in the use of chrysophycean stomatocysts in paleoecological studies. Beihefte zur Nova Hedwigia 114: 247-253.

 

166) Christie, C.E. and Smol, J.P. 1996. Limnological effects of 19th century canal construction and other disturbances on the trophic state history of Upper Rideau Lake, Ontario. Lake and Reservoir Management 12: 78-90.

 

167) Smol, J.P. and Douglas, M.S.V. 1996. Environmental monitoring in arctic lakes and ponds using diatoms and other biological indicators. Geoscience Canada 23: 225-230.

 

168) Birks, H.H. et al. 1996. The Kråkenes Late-glacial Palaeoenvironmental Project. J. Paleolimnology 15: 281-286.

 

169) Laird, K.R., S.C. Fritz, K.A. Maasch and B.F. Cumming. 1996. Greater drought intensity and frequency before AD 1200 in the Northern Great Plains, USA. Nature 384: 552-554.

 

170) Rouse, W., Douglas, M., Hecky, R., Kling, G., Lesack, L., Marsh, P., McDonald, M., Nicholson, B., Roulet, N., and Smol, J.P. 1997. Effects of climate change on fresh waters of Region 2: Arctic and Sub-Arctic North America. Hydrologic Processes 11: 873-902.

 

171) Pienitz, R., Smol, J.P., and Lean, D.R.S. 1997. Physical and chemical limnology of 24 lakes located between Yellowknife and Contwoyto Lake, Northwest Territories (Canada). Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 54: 347-358.

 

172) Pienitz, R., Smol, J.P., and Lean, D.R.S. 1997. Physical and chemical limnology of 59 lakes located between the Southern Yukon and the Tuktoyaktuk Peninsula, Northwest Territories (Canada). Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 54: 330-346.

 

173) Agbeti, M., Kingston, J., Smol, J.P., and Watters, C. 1997. Comparison of phytoplankton succession in two lakes with different mixing regimes. Arch. Hydrobiologie 140: 37-69.

 

174) Wilkinson, A., Zeeb, B., Smol, J.P., and Douglas, M. 1997. Chrysophyte stomatocyst assemblages associated with periphytic, high arctic pond environments. Nordic J. Botany 17: 95-112.

 

175) Smol, J.P. 1997. Review of: Limnological and Engineering Analysis of a Polluted Urban Lake (by S.W. Effler, editor). Quarterly Review of Biology 72: 216-217.

 

176) Smol, J.P. 1997. Review of: Use of Algae for Monitoring Rivers II (by B.A. Whitton and E. Rott, editors). Quarterly Review of Biology 72: 491-492.

 

177) Wilson, S., Smol, J.P., and Sauchyn, D. 1997. A Holocene diatom record from southwestern Saskatchewan, Canada: Harris Lake revisited. J. Paleolimnology 17: 23-31.

 

178) Duff, K.E., Zeeb, B.A., and Smol, J.P. 1997. Chrysophyte cyst biogeographical and ecological distributions: A synthesis. J. Biogeography 24: 791-812.

 

179) Gilbert, S.E., Zeeb, B.A., and Smol, J.P. 1997. Chrysophyte stomatocyst flora from a forest peat core in the Lena River region, northeastern Siberia. Nova Hedwigia 64: 311-352.

 

180) O'Connell, J., Reavie, E.D., and Smol, J.P. 1997. Diatom epiphytes on Cladophora in the St. Lawrence River (Canada). Diatom Research 12: 55-70.

 

181) Smol, J.P. 1997. Review of: Predictive Limnology: Methods for Predictive Modeling (by L. Häkanson and R. H Peters). Quarterly Review of Biology 72: 96-97.

 

182) Brown, K., Zeeb, B., Smol, J.P. and Pienitz, R. 1997. Taxonomy and ecological characterization of chrysophyte stomatocysts from northwestern Canada. Can. J. Bot. 75: 842-863.

 

183) Hall, R.I., Leavitt, P.R., Smol, J.P. and Zirnhelt, N. 1997. Comparison of diatoms, pigments, and historical records as measures of lake eutrophication. Freshwater Biology 38: 401-417.

 

184) Stager, J.C, B.F. Cumming and L. Meeker. 1997. A high-resolution, 11,400-year record from Lake Victoria, East Africa. Quaternary Research 47: 81-89.

 

185) Haberyan, K.A., S.P. Horn and B.F. Cumming. 1997. Diatom assemblages from Costa Rican lakes: an initial ecological assessment. J. Paleolimnology 17:263-274.

 

186) Leavitt, P.R., Vinebrooke, R., Donald, D.B., Smol, J.P., and Schindler, D.W. 1997. Past ultraviolet radiation environments revealed using fossil pigments in lakes. Nature 388: 457-459.

 

187) Hay, M.B., Smol, J.P., Pipke, K. and Lesack, L. 1997. A diatom-based paleohydrological model for the Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories, Canada. Arctic and Alpine Research 29: 430-444.

 

188) Reavie, E.D. and Smol, J.P. 1997. Diatom-based model to infer past littoral habitat characteristics in the St. Lawrence River. Journal of Great Lakes Research 23: 339-348.

 

189) Heinrichs, M.L., Wilson, S.E., Walker, I.R., Smol, J.P., Mathewes, R.W., and Hall, K.J. 1997. Midge- and diatom-based paleosalinity reconstructions for Mahoney Lake, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada. International Journal of Salt Lake Research 6: 249-267.

 

190) Stager, J.C., Leavitt, P.R., and Dixit, S.S. 1997. Assessing impacts of past human activity on the water quality of Upper Sarnac Lake, New York. Lake and Reservoir Management 13: 175-184.

 

191) Vinebrooke, R.D., R.I. Hall, P.R. Leavitt and B.F. Cumming.1998. Fossil pigments as indicators of phototrophic response to salinity and climatic changes in lakes of western Canada. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 55: 668-681.

 

192) Cumming, B.F. 1998. Review of: Freshwater Ecosystems – Revitalizing Educational Programs in Limnology (by Committee on Inland Aquatic Ecosystems). Quarterly Review of Biology 73: 369-370.

 

193) Laird, K.R., Fritz, S.C. and Cumming, B.F. 1998. A diatom-based reconstruction of drought intensity, duration, and frequency from Moon Lake, North Dakota: A sub-decadal record of the last 2300 years. J. Paleolimnology 19:161-179.

 

194) Smol, J.P. 1998. Paleoecology: A diagnostic approach to assessing ecosystem health. pp. 210-215. In: Ecosystem Health, D. Rapport, R. Costanza, R. Lewins, P. Epstein, C. Gaudet and Levins, R. (Editors). Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Oxford. 372 pp.

 

195) Smol, J.P and Cumming, B.F. 1998. Paleolimnological assessments of ecosystem health: Lake acidification in Adirondack Park. pp. 303-312. In: Ecosystem Health, D. Rapport, R. Costanza, R. Lewins, P. Epstein, C. Gaudet and Levins, R. (Editors). Blackwell Scientific Publishers, Oxford. 372 pp.

 

196) Larsen, C., Pienitz, R., Smol, J., Moser, K., Cumming, B., Blais, J., Hall, R., and MacDonald, G. 1998. Relations between lake morphometry and the presence of laminated lake sediments: A re-examination of Larsen and MacDonald (1993). Quaternary Science Reviews 17: 711-717.

 

197) Cumming, B.F. 1998. Biological proxy data and its relevance to climatic change research: Drought reconstructions from semi-arid regions of North America. pp. 53-60. In: Herzberg, A.M. and Krupka, I. (Editors). Statistics, Science and Public Policy. II. Hazards and Risk. Queen’s University.

 

198) Smol, J.P. and Last, W. M. 1998. Editorial. Happy birthday Journal of Paleolimnology : Celebrating ten years of publication. J. Paleolimnology 19: v-vi.

 

199) Doubleday, N., Smol, J.P., Mott, R., and McNeely, R. 1998. Dr. Jaan Terasmae (1926-1998), Professor Emeritus, Brock University: Remembered.  J. Paleolimnology 20: 203-204.

 

200) Battarbee, R. et al. 1998. Biological records of climate change in lake sediments. pp. 161-167, In: Frenzel, B. et al. (eds). Palaeohydrology as Reflected in Lake-Level Changes as Climatic Evidence for Holocene Times. Special issue: ESF Project "European Palaeoclimate and Man" 17, Gustav Fisher Verlag, Stuttgart.

 

201) Moser, K., Smol, J.P., Lean, D. and MacDonald, G. 1998. Physical and chemical limnology of northern boreal lakes, Wood Buffalo National Park, Northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories, Canada. Hydrobiologia 377: 25-43.

 

202) Quinlan, R., Smol, J.P., and Hall, R.I. 1998. Quantitative inferences of past hypolimnetic anoxia in south-central Ontario lakes using fossil midges (Diptera: Chironomidae). Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 55: 587-596.

 

203) Dumont, H.J., Cocquyt, C., Fontugne, M., Arnold, M., Reyss, J., Bloemendal, J., Oldfield, F., Steenbergen, C., Korthals, H., and Zeeb, B. 1998. The end of moai quarrying and its effect of Lake Rano Raraku, Easter Island. J. Paleolimnology 20: 409-422.

 

204) Laird, K.R., S.C. Fritz and B.F. Cumming. 1998. Early-Holocene limnological and climatic variability in the northern Great Plains. The Holocene 8: 275-286.

 

205) Wilkinson, A.N. and Smol, J.P. 1998. Chrysophycean stomatocyst flora from south-central Ontario lakes. Can. J. Botany 76: 836-862.

 

206) Reavie, E.D. and Smol, J.P. 1998. Epilithic diatoms of the St. Lawrence River and their relationships to water quality. Can. J. Bot. 76: 251-257.

 

207) Jasinski, J.P.P., Warner, B., Andreev, A., Arvena, R., Gilbert, S., Zeeb, B., Smol, J.P., and Velichko, A.A. 1998. Holocene environmental history of a peatland in the Lena River Valley, Siberia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 35: 637-648.

 

208) Szeicz, J., Zeeb, B., Bennett, K., and Smol, J.P. 1998. High-resolution paleoecological analysis of recent disturbances in a southern Chilean Nothofagus forest. J. Paleolimnology 20: 235-252.

 

209) Weatherhead, E. et al. 1998. Climate Change, Ozone, and Ultraviolet Radiation. Pp. 717-774, in Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program (AMAP) Assessment Report: Arctic Pollution Issues. AMAP, Oslo, Norway. 859 pp.

 

210) Laird, K.R. and B.F. Cumming. 1998. Tracing droughts into the past. Science Spectra 11: 50-57.

 

211) Rühland, K. and Smol, J.P. 1998. Limnological characteristics of 70 lakes spanning arctic treeline from Coronation Gulf to Great Slave Lake in the central Northwest Territories, Canada. Internat. Rev. ges. Hydrobiol. 83: 183-203.

 

212) Smol, J.P., Cumming, B.F., Dixit, A.S., and Dixit, S.S. 1998. Tracking recovery patterns in acidified lakes: A paleolimnological perspective. Restoration Ecology 6: 318-326.

 

213) Last, W.M., Vance, R.E., Wilson, S. and Smol, J.P. 1998. A multi-proxy record of rapid early Holocene hydrological change on the northern Great Plains of Southwestern Saskatchewan, Canada. The Holocene 8: 503-520.

 

214) Karst, T.L. and Smol, J.P. 1998. Tracking the cultural eutrophication history of Collins Lake (Southeastern Ontario, Canada) using paleolimnological techniques. Lake and Reservoir Management 14: 456-465.

 

215) Paterson, A., Cumming, B.F., Smol, J.P., Blais, J.M., and France, R. 1998. Assessment of the effects of logging, forest fires and drought on lakes in northwestern Ontario: A 30-year paleolimnological perspective. Can. J. Forest Research 28: 1546-1556.

 

216) Reavie, E.D., Smol, J.P., Carignan, R., and Lorrain, S. 1998. Diatom paleolimnology of two fluvial lakes in the St. Lawrence River: A reconstruction of environmental changes during the last century. Journal of Phycology 34: 446-456.

 

217) Dixit, A.S., S.S. Dixit, and Smol, J.P. 1998. Paleolimnological study of metal and nutrient changes in Spanish Harbour, North Channel of Lake Huron (Ontario). Lake and Reservoir Management 14: 428-439.

 

218) Bos, D., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 1999. Cladocera and Anostraca from the Interior Plateau of British Columbia, Canada, as paleolimnological indicators of conductivity and lake level. Hydrobiologia 392: 129-141.

 

219) Hall, R.I., Leavitt, P.R., Quinlan, R., Dixit, A., and Smol, J.P. 1999. Effects of agriculture, urbanization and climate on water quality in the Northern Great Plains. Limnology and Oceanography 44: 739-756.

 

220) Leavitt, P.R., Findlay, D.L., Hall, R.I., Schindler, D.W., and Smol, J.P. 1999. Algal responses to dissolved organic carbon loss and pH decline during whole-lake acidification: Evidence from paleolimnology. Limnology and Oceanography 44: 757-773.

 

221) Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 1999. Freshwater diatoms as indicators of environmental change in the High Arctic. pp. 227-244. In: Stoermer, E.F. and Smol, J.P. (editors). The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

222) Laing, T., Pienitz, R., and Smol, J.P. 1999. Freshwater diatom assemblages from 23 lakes located near Norilsk, Siberia: A comparison with assemblages from other circumpolar treeline regions. Diatom Research 14: 285-305.

 

223) Reavie, E.D. and Smol, J.P. 1999. Diatom epiphytes in the St. Lawrence River (Canada): Characterization and relation to environmental conditions. PP. 489-500 In: Proc. 14th International Diatom Symposium. S. Mayama, M. Ideai, & I. Koizumi (eds). Koeltz Scientific Books, Koenigstein.

 

224) Duff, K.E., Laing, T.E., Smol, J.P. and Lean, D.R.S. 1999. Limnological characteristics of lakes located across arctic treeline in northern Russia. Hydrobiologia 391: 205-222.

 

225) Wilkinson, A.N., Hall, R.I., and Smol, J.P. 1999. Chrysophyte cysts as paleolimnological indicators of environmental change due to cottage development and acidic deposition in the Muskoka-Haliburton region, Ontario, Canada. J. Paleolimnology 22: 17-39.

 

226) Wilson, S.E. and Smol, J.P. 1999. Diatom-based salinity reconstructions from Palliser Triangle (Saskatchewan) lakes: A summary. Geol. Soc. Canada Bull. 534: 67-79.

 

227) Blais, J., Duff, K., Laing, T. and Smol, J.P. 1999. Regional contamination of lakes from the Norilsk smelters on the Taimyr Peninsula in Siberia, Russia. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 110: 389-404.

 

228) Hall, R.I. and Smol, J.P. 1999. Diatoms as indicators of lake eutrophication. pp. 128-168. In: Stoermer, E.F. and Smol, J.P. (editors). The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

229) Majewski, S.P. and B.F. Cumming. 1999. Paleolimnological investigation of the effects of post-1970 reductions of acidic deposition on an acidified Adirondack Lake. J. Paleolimnology 21: 207-213.

 

230) Fritz, S.C., B.F. Cumming, F. Gasse and K.R. Laird. 1999. Diatoms as indicators of hydrologic and climatic change in saline lakes . pp. 41-72. In: Stoermer, E.F. and Smol, J.P. (editors). The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

231) Leavitt, P.R., Hall, R.I., Vinebrook, R.D., Smol, J.P., Wilson, S.E., Vance, R.E., and Last, W.M. 1999. Multiproxy record of lake response to climatic and human activity: Clearwater Lake, Saskatchewan. Geol. Soc. Can. Bull. 534: 125-138.

 

232) Dixit, S.S., Smol, J.P., Charles, D.F., Hughes, R.M., Paulsen, S.G., and Collins, G.B. 1999. Assessing water quality changes in the lakes of the Northeastern United States using sediment diatoms. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 56: 131-152.

 

233) Pienitz, R., Smol, J.P., and MacDonald, G. 1999. Paleolimnological reconstruction of Holocene climatic trends from two boreal treeline lakes. Northwest Territories, Canada. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 31: 82-93.

 

234) Laing, T.E., Rühland, K., and Smol, J.P. 1999. Past environmental and climatic changes related to treeline shifts inferred from fossil diatoms from a lake near the Lena Delta, Siberia. The Holocene 9: 547-557.

 

235) Hall, R.I., Leavitt, P., Dixit, A., Quinlan, R., and Smol, J.P. 1999.Limnological succession in reservoirs: a paleolimnological comparison of two methods of reservoir formation. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 56: 1109-1121.

 

236) Stoermer, E.F. and Smol, J.P. 1999. Applications and uses of diatoms: Prologue. pp. 3-8. In: Stoermer, E.F. and Smol, J.P. (editors). The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

237) Last, W.M. and Smol, J.P. 1999. Journal of Paleolimnology subject index, Volumes 1-20. J. Paleolimnology 21: 113-136.

 

238) Battarbee, R., Charles, D.F., Dixit, S.S., and Renberg, I. 1999. Diatoms as indicators of surface water acidity. pp. 185-127. In: Stoermer, E.F. and Smol, J.P. (editors). The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

239) Stoermer, E.F. and Smol, J.P. 1999. Epilogue: A view to the future. pp. 447-450. In: Stoermer, E.F. and Smol, J.P. (editors). The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

240) Allen, A. et al. 1999. Concordance of taxonomic richness patterns across multiple assemblages in lakes in northeastern United States. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 56: 739-747.

 

241) Hall, R.I., Leavitt, P., Dixit, A., Quinlan, R., and Smol, J.P. 1999. Limnological succession in reservoirs: a paleolimnological comparison of two methods of reservoir formation. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 56: 1109-1121.

 

242) Dixit, S.S., Dixit, A.S., and Smol, J.P. 1999. Lake sediment chrysophyte scales from the northeastern USA and their relationship to environmental variables. J. Phycology 35: 903-918.

 

243) Gregory-Eaves, I., Smol, J.P., Finney, B., and Edwards, M. 1999. Diatom-based transfer functions for inferring past climatic and environmental changes in Alaska. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 31: 353-365.

 

244) Moser, K.A., Korhola, A., Wekström, J., Blom, T., Pienitz, R., Smol, J.P., Douglas, M., and Hay, M. 2000. Paleohydrology inferred from diatoms in northern latitude regions. J. Paleolimnology 24: 93-107.

 

245) Verschuren, D., Laird, K.R. and Cumming, B.F. 2000. Rainfall and drought in equatorial east Africa during the past 1,100 years. Nature 403: 410-414.

 

246) Karst, T.L. and Smol, J.P. 2000. Paleolimnological evidence of limnetic nutrient concentration equilibrium in a shallow, macrophyte-dominated lake.  Aquatic Sciences 62: 20-38.

 

247) Douglas, M.S.V., Smol, J.P., and Blake, Jr., W. 2000. Summary of paleolimnological investigations of high Arctic ponds at Cape Herschel, east-central Ellesmere Island, Nunavut. In: Garneau, M. and Alt, B. (Editors), Environmental Response to Climate Change in the Canadian High Arctic. Bull. Geological Survey of Canada 529: 257-269.

 

248) Little, J. and Smol, J.P. 2000. Changes in fossil midge (Chironomidae) assemblages in response to cultural activities in a shallow polymictic lake. J. Paleolimnology 23: 207-212.

 

249) Dixit, S.S. and Smol, J.P. 2000. Sedimentary diatoms and chrysophytes as indicators of lakewater quality in North America. Pp. 279-303. In: R. Martin (Editor), Environmental Micropaleontology. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.

 

250) Clerk, S., Hall, R., Quinlan, R., and Smol, J.P. 2000. Quantitative inferences of past hypolimnetic anoxia and nutrient levels from a Canadian Precambrian Shield lake. J. Paleolimnology 23: 319-336.

 

251) Dixit, A.S., Hall, R., Leavitt, P., Quinlan, R., and Smol, J.P. 2000. Effects of sequential depositional basins on lake response to urban and agricultural pollution: a palaeoecological analysis of the Qu’Appelle Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Freshwater Biology 43: 319-338.

 

252) Gregory-Eaves, I., Smol, J.P., Finney, B., Lean, D. and Edwards, M. 2000. Characteristics and variation in lakes along a north-south transect in Alaska. Arch. Hydrobiologie 147: 193-223.

 

253) Rühland, K., Smol, J.P., Jasinski, P, and Warner, B. 2000. Response of diatoms and other siliceous indicators to the developmental history of a peatland in the Tikski Forest, Siberia. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 32: 167-178.

 

254) Hay, M., Michelutti, N., and Smol, J.P. 2000. Ecological patterns of diatom assemblages from Mackenzie Delta lakes, Northwest Territories, Canada. Can. J. Bot. 78: 19-33.

 

255) Douglas, M. and Smol, J.P. 2000. Eutrophication and recovery in the High Arctic: Meretta Lake revisited. Hydrobiologia 431: 193-204.

 

256) Stewart, K, Zeeb, B., Gregory-Eaves, I., and Smol, J.P. 2000. Alaskan chrysophyte stomatocyst assemblages and their relationship to environmental gradients. Nordic J. Botany 20: 357-368.

 

257) Little, J., Hall, R., Quinlan, R., and Smol, J.P. 2000. Past trophic status and hypolimnetic anoxia during eutrophication and remediation of Gravenhurst Bay, Ontario: Comparison of diatoms, chironomids, and historical records. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 57: 333-341.

 

258) Reavie, E., Smol, J.P., Sharpe, I., Westenhofer, L., and Roberts, A-M. 2000. Paleolimnological analyses of cultural eutrophication patterns in British Columbia lakes. Can. J. Bot. 78: 873-888.

 

259) Dixit, S.S., Dixit, A., Smol, J.P., Hughes, R., and Paulsen, S. 2000. Long-term water quality changes in three lakes as a response to human activities in the Northeastern United States. Lake and Reservoir Management 16: 305-321.

 

260) Pienitz, R., Smol, J.P., Last, W., Leavitt, P. and Cumming, B. 2000. Multiproxy Holocene palaeoclimatic record from a saline lake in the Canadian Subarctic. The Holocene 10: 673-686.

 

261) Pisaric, M., Szeicz, J., Karst, T., and Smol, J.P. 2000. Comparison of pollen and stomata spectra as indicators of tree line in montane and alpine lake sediments from northwestern Canada. Can. J. Botany 78: 1180-1186.

 

262) Laing, T. and Smol, J.P. 2000. Factors influencing diatom distributions in circumpolar treeline lakes of northern Russia. J. Phycology 36: 1035-1048.

 

263) Johnson-Pyrtle, A., Scott, M., Laing, T. and Smol, J.P. 2000. 137Cs distribution and geochemistry of Lena River (Siberia) drainage basin lake sediments. The Science of the Total Environment 255: 145-159.

 

264) Smol, J.P. 2000. Historical tools for lake and reservoir management: The rapidly developing field of applied paleolimnology. LakeLine 20: 12-15.

 

265) Blom, T., Korhola, A., Weckström, Laing, T., Snyder, J., MacDonald, G., and Smol, J. 2000. Physical and chemical characterization of small subarctic headwater lakes in Finnish Lapland and the Kola Peninsula. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 27: 316-320.

 

266) Smol, J.P. and Cumming, B.F. 2000. Tracking long-term changes in climate using algal indicators in lake sediments. J. Phycology 36: 986-1011.

 

267) Finney, B., Gregory-Eaves, I., Sweetman, J., Douglas, M., and Smol, J.P. 2000. Impacts of climatic change and fishing on Pacific salmon abundance over the past 300 years. Science 290: 795-799.

 

268) Pienitz, R., Smol, J.P., Last, W., Leavitt, P. and Cumming, B. 2000. Multiproxy Holocene palaeoclimatic record from a saline lake in the Canadian Subarctic. The Holocene 10: 673-686.

 

269) Paterson, A.M., Cumming, B., Smol, J.P., Blais, J.M. and France, R. 2000. A paleolimnological assessment of the effects of logging, forest fires, and drought on lakes in Northwestern Ontario, Canada. Verh. Int. Verein Limnol. 27: 1214-1219.

 

270) Quinlan, R. and Smol, J.P. 2000. Using fossil chironomid assemblages to determine changes in anoxia in south-central Ontario (Canada) shield lakes. Verh. Int. Verein Limnol. 27: 1220-1225.

 

271) Lim, D.S.S., Douglas, M., Smol, J.P., and Lean, D. 2001. Physical and chemical limnological characteristics of 38 lakes and ponds on Bathurst Island, Nunavut, Canadian High Arctic. Internat. Rev. ges. Hydrobiol. 86: 1-22

 

272) Reavie, E.D. and Smol, J.P. 2001. Diatom-environmental relationships in 64 alkaline southeastern Ontario (Canada) lakes: a diatom-based model for water quality reconstructions. J. Paleolimnology 25: 25-42.

 

273) Quinlan, R. and Smol, J.P. 2001. Chironomid-based inference models for estimating end-of-summer hypolimnetic oxygen from south-central Ontario lakes. Freshwater Biology 46: 1529-1551.

 

274) Smol, J.P., Birks, H.J.B., and Last, W.M. 2001. Using biology to study long-term environmental change. pp. 1-3. In: Smol, J.P., Birks, H.J.B. and Last, W.M. [Editors]. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments.Vol. 3: Terrestrial, Algal, and Siliceous Indicators. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

 

275) Michelutti, N., Laing, T., and Smol, J.P. 2001. Diatom assessment of past environmental changes in lakes located near Noril’sk (Siberia) smelters. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 125: 231-241.

 

276) Michelutti, N., Hay, M., Marsh, P., Lesack, L. and Smol, J.P. 2001. Diatom changes in lake sediments from the Mackenzie Delta, N.W.T., Canada): Paleohydrological applications. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 33: 1-12.

 

277) Lim, D., Douglas, M., and Smol, J.P. 2001. Diatoms and their relationships to environmental variables from lakes and ponds on Bathurst Island, Nunavut, Canadian High Arctic. Hydrobiologia 450: 215-230.

 

278) Zeeb, B.A. and Smol, J.P. 2001. Chrysophyte scales and cysts. pp. 203-223. In: Smol, J.P., Birks, H.J.B., and Last, W.M. [Editors]. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments. Vol. 3: Terrestrial, Algal, and Siliceous Indicators. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

 

279) Korhola, A. and Smol, J.P. 2001. Ebridians. pp. 225-234. In: Smol, J.P., Birks, H.J.B., and Last, W.M. [Editors]. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments. Vol. 3: Terrestrial, Algal, and Siliceous Indicators. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

 

280) Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 2001. Siliceous protozoan plates and scales. pp. 265-279. In: Smol, J.P., Birks, H.J.B., and Last, W.M. [Editors]. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments. Vol. 3: Terrestrial, Algal, and Siliceous Indicators. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

 

281) Dixit, S.S., Keller, W., Dixit, A.S., and Smol, J.P. 2001. Diatom-inferred dissolved organic reconstructions provide assessments of past UV-B penetration in Canadian shield lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 58: 543-550.

 

282) Quinlan, R. and Smol, J.P. 2001. Setting minimum head capsule abundance and taxa deletion criteria in chironomid-based inference models. J. Paleolimnology 26: 327-342.

 

283) Little, J. and Smol, J.P. 2001. A chironomid-based model for inferring late-summer hypolimnetic oxygen in Southeastern Ontario lakes. J. Paleolimnology 26: 259-270.

 

284) Glew, J.R., Smol, J.P. and Last, W.M. 2001. Sediment core collection and extrusion. pp. 73-105. In: Last, W.M. and Smol, J.P. [Editors]. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments. Vol 1: Basin Analysis, Coring, and Chronological Techniques. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

 

285) Last, W.M. and Smol, J.P. 2001. An introduction to basin analysis, coring, and chronological techniques used in paleolimnology. pp 1-5. In: Last, W.M. and Smol, J.P. [Editors]. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments. Vol 1: Basin Analysis, Coring, and Chronological Techniques. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

 

286) Bennett, J.R., B.F. Cumming, P.R. Leavitt, M. Chiu, J.P. Smol, and J. Szeicz. 2001. Diatom, pollen, and chemical evidence of post-glacial climatic change at Big Lake, south-central British Columbia, Canada. Quaternary Research 55: 332-343.

 

287) Last, W.M. and Smol, J.P. 2001. An introduction to physical and geochemical methods used in paleolimnology. pp 1-5. In: Last, W.M. and Smol, J.P. [Editors]. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments. Vol 2: Physical and Geochemical Methods. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

 

288) Laird, K.R. and Cumming, B.F. 2001. A regional paleolimnological assessment of the impact of clearcutting on lakes from the central interior of British Columbia. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 58: 492-505.

 

289) Laird, K.R., Cumming, B.F. and Nordin, R. 2001. A regional paleolimnological assessment of the impact of clearcutting from the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 58: 479-491.

 

290) Paterson, A., Cumming, B.F., Smol, J.P., and Hall, R.I. 2001. Scaled chrysophytes as indicators of water quality changes since preindustrial times in the Muskoka-Haliburton region, Ontario, Canada. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 58: 2468-2481.

 

291) St-Jacques, J-M. 2001. Review of: Principles of Paleoclimatology (by T.M. Cronin). J. Paleolimnology 26: 353-354.

 

292) Hamilton, P.B. and Laird, K.R. 2001. Nitzschia pseudosinuata sp. nov., a new Holocene diatom from the sediments of Moon lake, North Dakota, U.S.A. Diatom Research 16: 317-324.

 

293) Dixit, S.S., Connor, J.N., and Landry, S.C. 2001. Paleolimnological study of Willard and Russell ponds in New Hampshire. Lake and Reservoir Management 17: 197-216.

 

294) Smol, J.P., Birks, H.J.B., and Last, W.M. 2001. Zoological indicators in lake sediments: An Introduction. pp. 1-4. In: Smol, J.P., Birks, H.J.B. and Last, W.M. [Editors]. Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments. Vol. 4: Zoological Indicators. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

 

295) Keller, W. Dixit, S.S., and Heneberry, J. 2001. Calcium declines in northeastern Ontario lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 58: 2011-2020.

 

296) Snucins, E., Gunn, J., Keller, B., Dixit, S., Hindar, A. and Henriksen, A. 2001. Effects of regional reductions in sulphur deposition on the chemical and biological recovery of lakes within Killarney Park, Ontario. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 67: 179-194.

 

297) Smol, J.P., Douglas, M.S., and Lemmen, D. 2001. The 2001 W.A. Johnston Medallists – Weston Blake, Jr.  Gographie physique et Quaternaire 55: 202.

 

298) Dixit, S.S., Dixit, A.S., and Smol, J.P. 2002. Diatom and chrysophyte-based environmental inference models for Sudbury (Ontario, Canada) lakes. J. Paleolimnology 27: 79-96.

 

299) Paterson, A., Cumming, B., Smol, J.P., Morimoto, D., and Szeicz, J. 2002. A paleolimnological investigation of the effects of fire on lake water quality in northwestern Ontario over the past ca. 150 years. Can. J. Botany 80: 1329-1336.

 

300) Paterson, A., Cumming, B.F., Dixit, S.S., and Smol, J.P. 2002. The importance of model choice on pH inferences from scaled chrysophyte assemblages in North America. J. Paleolimnology 27: 379-391.

 

301) Quinlan, R., Leavitt, P.R., Dixit, A.S., Hall, R.I. and Smol, J.P. 2002. Landscape effects of climate, agriculture and urbanization on benthic invertebrate communities of Canadian prairie lakes. Limnology and Oceanography 47: 378-391.

 

302) Quinlan, R. and Smol, J.P. 2002. Regional assessment of long-term hypolimnetic oxygen changes in Ontario (Canada) shield lakes using subfossil chironomids. J. Paleolimnology 27: 249-260.

 

303) Michelutti, N., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2002. Tracking recovery in a eutrophied high arctic lake (Meretta Lake, Cornwallis Island, Canadian Arctic) using periphytic diatoms. Verh. Int. Verein. Limnol. 28: 1533-1537.

 

304) Michelutti, N., Douglas, M.S.V., Muir, D., Wang, X., and Smol, J.P. 2002. Limnological characteristics of 38 lakes and ponds on Axel Heiberg Island, High Arctic Canada. Int. Rev. Hydrobiology 87: 385-399.

 

305) Michelutti, N., Douglas, M.S.V., Lean, D.R.S., and Smol, J.P. 2002. Physical and chemical limnology of 34 ultra-oligotrophic lakes and ponds near Wynniatt Bay, Victoria Island, Arctic Canada. Hydrobiologia 482: 1-13.

 

306) Rühland, K. and Smol, J.P. 2002. Diatom-limnological relationships in 77 lakes from the central Canadian treeline region: Development of diatom-based inference models for reconstructions of long-term environmental change. J. Phycology 38: 249-254.

 

307) Moser, K.A., Smol, J.P., MacDonald, G.M., and Larsen, C.P.S. 2002. 19th century eutrophication of a remote boreal lake: a consequence of climate warming? J. Paleolimnology 28: 269-281.

 

308) Bradbury, J.P., Cumming, B.F. and Laird, K.R. 2002. A 1500-year record of climatic and environmental change in Elk Lake, Minnesota III: measures of past primary productivity. Journal of Paleolimnology 27: 321-340.

 

309) Bredesen, E.L., Bos, D.G., Laird, K.R. and Cumming, B.F. 2002. A cladoceran-based paleolimnological assessment of the impact of forest harvesting on four lakes from the central interior of British Columbia. Journal of Paleolimnology 28:380-402.

 

310) Reavie, E.D., Smol, J.P. and Dillon, P.J. 2002. Inferring long-term nutrient changes in southeastern Ontario lakes: comparing paleolimnological and mass-balance models. Hydrobiologia 481: 61-74.

 

311) Forrest, F., Reavie, E., and Smol, J.P. 2002. Comparing limnological changes associated with 19th century canal construction and other catchment disturbances in four lakes within the Rideau Canal system, Ontario, Canada. J. Limnology 61: 183-197.

 

312) Michelutti, N., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2002. Tracking recent recovery from eutrophication in a high arctic lake (Meretta Lake, Cornwallis Island, Nunavut, Canada) using fossil diatom assemblages. J. Paleolimnology 28: 377-381.

 

313) Finney, B.P., Gregory-Eaves, I., Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 2002. Fisheries productivity in the northeastern Pacific Ocean over the past 2200 years. Nature 416: 729-733.

 

314) Cumming, B.F., Laird, K.R., Bennett, J.R., Smol, J.P. and Salomon, A. 2002. Persistent millennial-scale shifts in moisture regimes in Western Canada during the past six millennia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99: 16117-16121.

 

315) Vinebrooke, R.D., S. Dixit, M.D. Graham, J.M. Gunn, Y.W. Chen, and N. Belzile. 2002. Whole-lake algal responses to a century of acidic deposition on the Canadian Shield. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 59: 483-493.

 

316) Laing, T. and Smol, J.P. 2003. Late Holocene environmental changes inferred from diatoms in a lake near the Taimyr Peninsula, Northern Russia. J. Paleolimnology 30: 231- 247.

 

317) Michelutti, N., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2003. Diatom response to recent climatic warming in a high arctic lake (Char Lake, Resolute Bay, Cornwallis Island, Nunavut). Global and Planetary Change 38: 257-271.

 

318) Gregory-Eaves, I., Smol, J.P., Douglas, M.S.V., and Finney, B.P. 2003. Diatoms and sockeye salmon (Oncorhyncus nerka) population dynamics:  Reconstructions of salmon-derived nutrients in two lakes from Kodiak Island, Alaska. J. Paleolimnology 30: 35-53.

 

319) Rühland, K., Priesnitz, A., and Smol, J.P. 2003. Paleolimnological evidence from diatoms for recent environmental changes in 50 lakes across the Canadian arctic treeline. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 35: 110-123.

 

320) Paterson, A.M., Betts-Piper, A.A., Smol, J.P., and Zeeb, B.A. 2003Diatom and chrysophyte algal response to long-term PCB contamination from a point-source in northern Labrador, Canada. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 145: 377-393.

 

321) Stevenson, R.J. and Smol, J.P. 2003. Use of algae in environmental assessments. Pages 725-804. In: Wehr, J and Sheath, R. (editors). Freshwater algae of North America: Classification and ecology. Academic Press, San Diego.

 

322) Pisaric, M.F.P., Holt, C., Szeicz, J.M., Karst, T., and Smol, J.P. 2003. Holocene treeline dynamics in mountain regions of Northeastern British Columbia, Canada, inferred from fossil pollen and stomates. The Holocene 13: 121-133.

 

323) Rühland, K., Smol, J.P., Muir, D., and Wang, X. 2003. Limnological characteristics of 56 lakes in the central Canadian arctic treeline region. J. Limnology 69:2-27.

 

324) Rühland, K., Pienitz, R. and Smol, J.P. 2003. Ecology and spatial distribution of surface-sediment diatoms from 77 lakes in the Subarctic Canadian treeline region. Can. J. Bot. 81: 57-73.

 

325) Smol, J.P. and Last, W.M. 2003. Editorial: The 100th issue of the Journal of Paleolimnology : Reflections and future challenges.  J. Paleolimnology 29: 29: 137-139.

 

326) Walker, I., Levesque, A., Pienitz, R., and Smol, J.P. 2003. Freshwater midges of the Yukon and adjacent Northwest Territories: A new tool for reconstructing Beringian palaeoenvironments? J. American Benthological Society 22: 323-337.

 

327) Michelutti, N., Holtham, A.J., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2003.  Periphytic diatom assemblages from ultra-oligotrophic and UV transparent lakes and ponds on Victoria Island, and comparisons to other diatom surveys in the Canadian Arctic. J. Phycology 39: 465-480.

 

328) Keller, W., Heneberry, J.H., and Dixit, S.S. 2003. Decreased acid deposition and chemical recovery of Killarney, Ontario, lakes. Ambio 32:183-189.

 

329) Antoniades, D., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2003. The physical and chemical limnology of 24 ponds and one lake from Isachsen, Ellef Ringnes Island, Canadian High Arctic.  Int. J. Hydrobiology 88: 519-539.

 

330) Quinlan R., Paterson, A.M., Hall, R.I., Dillon, P.J., Wilkinson, A.N., Cumming, B.F., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P.  2003. A landscape approach to examining spatial patterns of limnological variables and long-term environmental change in a southern Canadian lake district. Freshwater Biology 48: 1676-1697.

 

331) Antoniades, D., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2003. Comparative physical and chemical limnology of two Canadian High Arctic regions: Alert (Ellesmere Island, NU) and Mould Bay (Prince Patrick Island, NWT). Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 158: 485-516.

 

332) Krümmel, E., Macdonald, R., Kimpe, L.E., Gregory-Eaves, I., Smol, J.P., Finney, B., and Blais, J.M.  2003. Delivery of pollutants by spawning salmon. Nature 425: 255-256.

 

333) Smol, J.P. 2003. Communicating research: We need to expand our audience. Queen’s Gazette, Vol. XXXIV (16), p. 7. (excerpt of convocation address given at St. Francis Xavier University (Antigonish, Nova Scotia) on June 27, 2003.

 

334) Weckström, J., Snyder, J.A., Korhola, A., Laing, T.E., and MacDonald, G. 2003.  Diatom inferred acidity history of 32 lakes in the Kola Peninsula, Russia. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 149: 339-361.

 

335) Kaufman, D.S., Hu, F.S., Briner, J.P., Werner, A., Finney, B. and Gregory-Eaves, I. 2003. A ~33,000 year record of environmental change from Arolik Lake, Ahklun Mountains, Alaska, U.S.A. J. Paleolimnology 30: 343-361.

 

336) Cumming, B.F. 2003. Review of Wetzel, R.G. 2001. Limnology: Lake and River Ecosystems (3rd edn.). The Quarterly Review of Biology 78: 368-369.

 

337) Bos, D. and Cumming, B.F. 2003. Sedimentary cladoceran remains and their relationship to nutrients and other limnological variables in 53 lakes from central British Columbia, Canada.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60: 1177-1189.

 

338) Stager, J.C., Cumming, B.F. and Meeker, L.D. 2003. A 10,000-year high-resolution diatom record from Pilkington Bay, Lake Victoria, East Africa.  Quaternary Research 59:172-181.

 

339) Laird, K.R., Cumming, B.F., Wunsam, S., Rusak, J., Oglesby, R.J., Fritz, S.C. and Leavitt, P.R. 2003. Lake sediments record large-scale shifts in moisture regimes across the northern prairies of North America during the past two millennia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 100:2483-2488.

 

340) Kaufman, D.S., Ager, T.A., Anderson, N.J., Anderson, P.M., Andrews, J.T., Bartlein, P.J., Brubaker, L.B., Coats, L.L., Cwynar, L.C., Duvall, M.L., Dyke, A.S., Edwards, M.E., Eisner, W.R., Gajewski, K., Geirsdóttir, A., Hu, F.S., Jennings, A.E., Kaplan, M.R., Kerwin, M.W., Lozhkin, A.V., MacDonald, G.M., Miller, G.H., Mock, C.J., Oswald, W.W., Otto-Bliesner, B.L., Porinchu, D.F., Rühland, K., Smol, J.P., Steig E.J., and Wolfe, B.B. 2004. Holocene thermal maximum in the Western Arctic (0° to 180° W).  Quaternary Science Reviews 23: 529-560.

 

341) Douglas, M.S.V., Smol, J.P., Savelle, J.M., and Blais, J.M. 2004. Prehistoric Inuit whalers affected Arctic freshwater ecosystems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101: 1613-1617.

 

342) Smol, J.P. and Douglas, M.S.V. 2004. Arctic lakes and ponds in Canada: Bellwethers of environmental change. LakeLine 23: 27-31.

 

343) Ector, L., Kingston, J.C., Charles, D.F., Denys, L., Douglas, M.S.V, Manoylov, K., Michelutti, N., Rimet, F., Smol, J.P., Stevenson, R.J., and Winter, J. 2004. Workshop report.  Freshwater diatoms and their role as ecological indicators.  Proceedings of the 17th International Diatom Symposium 2002, Ottawa, Canada.  (M. Poulin, ed.), pp. 469-480, Biopress Limited, Bristol.

 

344) Paterson, A.M., Cumming, B.F., Smol, J.P., and Hall, R.I. 2004. Marked recent increases of colonial scaled chrysophytes in boreal lakes: implications for the management of taste and odour events. Freshwater Biology 49: 199-207.

 

345) Betts-Piper, A., Zeeb, B.A., and Smol, J.P. 2004. Chrysophyte cysts from high arctic Svalbard lakes: preliminary evidence of recent environmental change.  J. Paleolimnology 31: 467-481.

 

346) Gregory-Eaves, I., Finney, B.P., Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 2004. Inferring sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) populations dynamics and water quality changes in a stained nursery lake over the past ~500 years. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 61: 1235-1246.

 

347) Clerk, S., Selbie, D.T. and Smol, J.P. 2004. Cage aquaculture and water quality changes in the LaCloche Channel, Lake Huron, Canada: A paleolimnological assessment. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 61: 1691-1701.

 

348) Holtham, A.J., Gregory-Eaves, I., Pellatt, M., Selbie, D.T., Stewart, L., Finney, B.P. and Smol, J.P.  2004. The influence of flushing rates, terrestrial input and low salmon escapement densities on paleolimnological reconstructions of sockeye salmon (Oncorhyncus nerka) nutrient dynamics in Alaska and British Columbia: J. Paleolimnology 32: 255-271.

 

349) Antoniades, D., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2004. Diatom species-environment relationships and inference models from Isachsen, Ellef Ringnes Island, Canadian High Arctic. Hydrobiologia 529: 1-18.

 

350) Pienitz, R., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2004. Paleolimnological research in polar regions: An Introduction. pp. 1-17. In: Pienitz, R., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. (editors).  Long-Term Environmental Change in Arctic and Antarctic Lakes. Springer, Dordrecht.

 

351) Douglas, M.S.V., Smol, J.P., Pienitz, R. and Hamilton, P. 2004. Algal indicators of environmental change in arctic and antarctic lakes and ponds. pp. 117-157.  In: Pienitz, R., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. (editors).  Long-Term Environmental Change in Arctic and Antarctic Lakes. Springer, Dordrecht.

 

352) Finney, B., Rühland, K., Smol, J.P., and Fallu, M.-A. 2004. Paleolimnology of the North American Subarctic.  pp 269-318.  In: Pienitz, R., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. (editors).  Long-Term Environmental Change in Arctic and Antarctic Lakes. Springer, Dordrecht.

 

353) Pienitz, R., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2004. Epilogue: Paleolimnological research from arctic and antarctic regions. pp. 509-511. In: Pienitz, R., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. (editors).  Long-Term Environmental Change in Arctic and Antarctic Lakes. Springer, Dordrecht.

 

354) Stoermer, E.F. and Smol, J.P. 2004. In memoriam: John Clayton Kingston (1949-2004).  J. Paleolimnology 32: 313-319.

 

355) Molot, L.A., Keller, W., Leavitt, P.R., Robarts, R.D., Waiser, M.J., Arts, M.T., Clair, T.A., Pienitz, R., Yan, N.D., McNicol, D.K., Prairie, Y.T., Dillon, P.J., Macrae, M., Bello, R., Nordin, R.N., Curtis, P.J., Smol, J.P. and Douglas, M.S.V. 2004. Risk analysis of dissolved organic matter-mediated ultraviolet B exposure in Canadian inland waters. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 61: 2511-2521.

 

356) Verschuren, D., Cumming, B.F. and Laird, K.R.  2004. Quantitative reconstruction of past salinity variations in African lakes: assessment of chironomid-based inference models (Insecta: Diptera) in space and time.  Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 61:986-998.

 

357) Rusak, J.A., Leavitt, P.R., McGowan, S., Chen, G., Olsen, O., Wunsam, S., and Cumming, B.F.  2004. Millennial-scale relationships of diatom species richness and production in two prairie lakes. Limnol. Oceanogr. 49: 1290-1299.

 

358) Cumming, B.F. 2004. Review of Lepš, J. and Šmilauer, P. Multivariate Analysis of Ecological Data using CANOCO. J. Paleolimnology 32: 109-110.

 

359) Werner, P., Chaisson, M., and Smol, J.P. 2005. Long-term limnological changes in six lakes with differing human impacts from a limestone region in south-western Ontario, Canada. Lake and Reservoir Management 21: 436-452.

 

360) Stager, J.C., D. Ryves, Cumming, B.F., Meeker, L.D. and Beer, J.  2005. Solar variability and the levels of Lake Victoria, East Africa, during the last millennium. J. Paleolimnology 33: 243-251.

 

361) Stager, J.C., Westwood, J., Grzesik, D. and Cumming, B.F.  2005.  A 5500-year environmental history of Lake Nabugabo, Uganda.  Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 218: 347-354.

 

362) Smol, J.P. 2005. Tracking long-term environmental changes in arctic lakes and ponds: A paleolimnological perspective. Arctic 58: 227-229.

 

363) Lim, D.S.S., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2005. Limnology of 46 lakes and ponds on Banks Island, N.W.T., Canadian Arctic Archipelago.  Hydrobiologia 545: 11-32

 

364) Quinlan, R., Paterson, A.M., Smol, J.P., Douglas, M.S.V., and Clark, B.J. 2005. Comparing different methods of calculating hypolimnetic volume (VWHO) in lakes. Aquatic Sciences 67: 97-103.

 

365) Doubleday, N.C. and Smol, J.P.  2005. Atlas and classification scheme of arctic combustion particles suitable for paleoenvironmental work. J. Paleolimnology 33: 393-431.

 

366) Werner, P. and Smol, J.P. 2005. Diatom-environmental relationships and nutrient transfer functions from contrasting shallow and deep limestone lakes in Ontario, Canada. Hydrobiologia 533: 145-173.

 

367) Antoniades, D., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2005. Benthic diatom autecology and inference model development from the Canadian High Arctic Archipelago. J. Phycology 41 30-45.

 

368) Karst-Riddoch, T.L., Pisaric, M.F.J., and Smol, J.P. 2005. Diatom responses to 20th century climate-related environmental changes in high-elevation lakes of the northern Canadian Cordillera.  J. Paleolimnology 33: 265-282.

 

369) 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 & Technology 39: 1686-2701.

 

370) Karst-Riddoch, T.L., Pisaric, M.F.J., Youngblut, D.K. and Smol, J.P.  2005. Postglacial record of diatom assemblage changes related to climate in an alpine lake from the northern Rocky Mountains, Canada.  Can. J. Bot. 83: 968-982.

 

371) Antoniades, D., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P.  2005. Quantitative estimates of recent environmental changes in the Canadian High Arctic inferred from diatoms in lake and pond sediments. J. Paleolimnology 33: 349-360.

 

372) Rühland, K. and Smol, J.P. 2005. Diatom shifts as evidence for recent Subarctic warming in a remote tundra lake, NWT, Canada. Palaeogeogaphy, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 226: 1-16.

 

373) Pla, S., Paterson, A.M., Smol, J.P., Clark, B.J., and Ingram, R. 2005. Spatial variability in water quality and surface sediment diatom assemblages in a complex lake basin: Lake of the Woods, Ontario, Canada. Journal of Great Lakes Research 31: 253-266.

 

374) Quinlan, R., Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol J.P. 2005.  Food web changes in arctic ecosystems related to climate warming. Global Change Biology 11: 1381-1386.

 

375) Smol, J.P., Wolfe, A.P., Birks, H.J.B., Douglas, M.S.V., Jones, V.J, Korhola, A., Pienitz, R., Rühland, K., Sorvari, S., Antoniades, D., Brooks, S.J., Fallu, M-A., Hughes, M., Keatley, B.E., Laing, T.E., Michelutti, N., Nazarova, L., Nyman, M., Paterson, A.M., Perren, B., Quinlan, R., Rautio, M., Saulnier-Talbot, É, Siitonen, S., Solovieva, N., and Weckström, J. 2005. Climate-driven regime shifts in the biological communities of arctic lakes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102: 4397-4402.

 

376) Krümmel, E., Gregory-Eaves, I., Macdonald, R., Kimpe, L.E., Demers, R.J., Smol, J.P., Finney, B., and Blais, J.M.  2005. Concentrations and fluxes of salmon derived PCBs in lake sediments. Environmental Science & Technology 39: 7020-7026.

 

377) Blais, J.M., Kimpe, L.E., McMahon, D., Keatley, B.E., Mallory, M.L., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2005. Arctic seabirds transport marine-derived contaminants. Science 309: 445.

 

378)  Blais, J.M., Kimpe, L.E., McMahon, D., Keatley, B.E., Mallory, M.L., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2005. Tracing contaminants with δ15N measurements: Response. Science 310: 443.

 

379) Heinrich, M., Cumming, B.F., Laird, K.R. and Hart, J.S. 2005. Diatom- and chironomid-inferred eutrophication of Bouchie Lake, British Columbia. Water Qual. Res. J. Canada 40: 418-430.

 

380) Keatley, B., Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 2006. Early-20th century environmental changes inferred using diatoms from a small pond on Melville Island, N.W.T., Canadian high Arctic. Hydrobiologia 553: 15-26.

 

381) Reavie, E.D., Neill, K.E., Little, J.L. and Smol, J.P. 2006. Cultural eutrophication trends in three southeastern Ontario lakes: a paleolimnological perspective. Lake and Reservoir Management 22: 44-58.

 

382) Sweetman, J.N. and Smol, J.P. 2006. Patterns in the distribution of cladocerans (Crustacea: Branchiopoda) in lakes across a north-south transect in Alaska, USA. Hydrobiologia 553: 277-291.

 

383) Werner, P. and Smol, J.P. 2006. The distribution of the diatom Cyclotella comensis in Ontario (Canada) lakes. Nova Hedwigia, Beiheft 130: 373-392.

 

384) Harris, M.A., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 2006. Assessment of recent environmental changes in New Brunswick (Canada) lakes based on paleolimnological shifts in diatom species assemblages. Can. J. Bot. 84: 151-163.

 

385) Michelutti, N., Douglas, M.S.V., Wolfe, A.P., and Smol, J.P. 2006. Heightened sensitivity to late-Holocene climatic changes of a poorly-buffered high arctic lake: A paleolimnological case study. Quaternary Research 65: 421-430.

 

386) Sweetman, J.N. and Smol, J.P. 2006. A guide to the identification of cladoceran remains (Crustacea: Branchiopoda) in Alaskan lake sediments. Arch. Hydrobiologie (Supplement). 151: 353-394.

 

387) Sweetman, J.N. and Smol, J.P. 2006. Reconstructing past shifts in fish populations using subfossil Chaoborus (Diptera: Chaoboridae) remains. Quaternary Science Reviews 25: 2013-2023.

 

388) Rühland, K., Phadtare, N.R., Pant, R.K., Sangode, S.J., Satish, J. and Smol, J.P.  2006. Accelerated melting of Himalayan snow and ice triggers pronounced changes in a valley peatland from northern India. Geophysical Research Letters Vol. 33, No. 15, L15709; doi: 10.1029/2006GL026704.

 

389) Michelutti, N., Smol, J.P., and Douglas, M.S.V. 2006. Ecological characteristics of modern diatom assemblages from Axel Heiberg Island (High Arctic Canada) and their application to paleolimnological inference models. Can. J. Botany 84: 1695-1713

 

390) Hu, F.S., Nelson, D.M., Clark, G., Rühland, K., Huang, Y., Kaufman, D. and Smol, J.P. 2006. Abrupt climatic events during the last glacial-interglacial transition in Alaska. Geophysical Research Letters Vol. 33, No. 18, L18708; doi:10.1029/2006GL027261.

 

391) Schindler, D.W. and Smol, J.P. 2006. Cumulative effects of climate warming and other human activities on freshwaters of Arctic and Subarctic North America. Ambio 35: 160-168.

 

392) Smol, J.P. 2006. Review of:  Golden Algae: A Biology of Chrysophytes (by J. Kristiansen). Journal of Paleolimnology 36: 431-432 (2006).

 

393) Smol, J.P. and Douglas, M.S.V. 2006. Diatoms in the Arctic: the reliable witnesses. Science First Hand 5 (10): 45-47.

 

394) Enache, M.D. and Cumming, B.F. 2006. Tracking recorded fires by charcoal morphology from the sedimentary sequence of Prosser Lake, British Columbia (Canada) Quaternary Research 65:282-292.

 

395) Enache, M.D. and Cumming, B.F. 2006. The morphological and optical properties of volcanic glass: a tool to assess density-induced vertical migration of tephra in sediment cores. Journal of Paleolimnology 35:661-667

 

396) Eimers, M.C., Paterson, A.M., Dillon, P.J., Schiff, S.L., Cumming, B.F. and Hall, R.I. 2006. Lake sediment core records of sulphur accumulation and sulphur isotopic composition in central Ontario, Canada lakes.  Journal of Paleolimnology 35: 99-109.

 

397) Alpay, S., Veillette, J.J., Dixit, A.S., and Dixit, S.S.  2006. Regional and historical distributions of lake-water pH within a 100-km radius of the Horne smelter in Rouyn-Noranda, Québec, Canada. Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis 6: 179-186.

 

 

398) Cumming, B.F., and Moser, K.A.  2007. Applications of commonly used numerical techniques in diatom-based paleoecology.  In: S. Staratte (ed.), Pond Scum to Carbon Sink: Geological and Environmental Applications of the Diatoms, Paleontological Society Papers 13: 37-56.

 

399) Enache, M.D. and Cumming, B.F.  2007. Charcoal morphotypes in lake sediments from British Columbia (Canada): An assessment of their utility for the reconstruction of past fire and precipitation. Journal of Paleolimnology 38: 347-363.

 

400) Laird, K.R., Michels, A., Stuart, C.T.L., Wilson, S.E., Last W.M., and Cumming, B.F. 2007. Examination of diatom-based changes from a climatically sensitive prairie lake (Saskatchewan, Canada) at different temporal perspectives. Quaternary Science Reviews 26:3328-3343.

 

401) Michels, A., Laird, K.R., Wilson, S.E., Thomson, D., Leavitt, P.R., Oglesby, R.J., and Cumming, B.F.  2007.  Multi-decadal to millennial-scale shifts in drought conditions on the Canadian prairies over the past six millennia: Implications for future drought.  Global Change Biology 13:1295-1307.

 

402) Smol, J.P. 2007. Editorial: Environmental Reviews: Some recent changes and future challenges. Environmental Reviews 15: iii.

 

403) Medioli, B.E., Dixit, A., Smol, J.P., Anderson, T.W., and Burbridge, S.M. 2007 (dated 2005). Paleolimnological evidence of terrestrial and lacustrine environmental change in response to European settlement of the Red River Valley, Manitoba and North Dakota. Géographie Physique et Quaternaire 59: 263-275.

 

404) Keatley, B.E., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2007. Physical and chemical limnological characteristics of lakes and ponds across environmental gradients on Melville Island, Nunavut/N.W.T., High Arctic Canada. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 168: 355-376.

 

405) Ekdahl, E., Teranes, J., Wittkop, C., Stoermer, E., Reavie, E., and Smol, J.P.  2007. Diatom assemblage response following Iroquoian and Euro-Canadian eutrophication of Crawford Lake, Ontario, Canada. J. Paleolimnology 37: 233-246.

 

406) Blais, J.M., Macdonald, R.W., Mackay, D., Webster, E., Harvey, C. and Smol, J.P. 2007. Biologically mediated transport of contaminants to aquatic ecosystems. Environmental Science & Technology 41: 1075-1084.

 

407) Lim, D.S.S., Smol, J.P. and Douglas, M.S.V. 2007. Diatom assemblages and their relationships to lakewater nitrogen levels and other limnological variables from 36 lakes and ponds on Banks Island, N.W.T., Canadian Arctic. Hydrobiologia 586: 191-211.

 

408) Ginn, B.K., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 2007. Diatom-based environmental inferences and model comparisons from 494 northeastern North American lakes. J. Phycology 43: 647-661.

 

409) Ginn, B., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 2007. Assessing pH changes since pre-industrial times in 51 low-alkalinity lakes in Nova Scotia, Canada. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 64: 1043-1054.

 

410) Ginn, B.K., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P.  2007 Long-term acidification trends in high- and low-sulphate deposition regions in Nova Scotia, Canada. Hydrobiologia 586: 261-275.

 

411) Ginn, B.K., Stewart, L.J., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P.  2007. Surface-water acidification and reproducibility of sediment cores from Kejimkujik Lake, Nova Scotia, Canada. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 183: 15-24.

 

412) Selbie, D.T., Lewis, B.A., Smol, J.P. and Finney, B.P. 2007. Long-term population dynamics of the endangered Snake River sockeye salmon: Evidence of past influences on stock decline and impediments to recovery. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136: 800-821.

 

413) Dixit, A.S., Alpay, S., Dixit, S.S., and Smol, J.P. 2007. Paleolimnological reconstructions of Rouyn-Noranda lakes within the zone of influence of the Horne Smelter, Québec (Canada). J. Paleolimnology 38: 209-226.

 

414) Michelutti, N., Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 2007. Evaluating diatom community composition in the absence of marked limnological gradients in the high Arctic: a surface sediment calibration set from Cornwallis Island (Nunavut, Canada). Polar Biology 30: 1459-1473.

 

415) Tropea, A.E., Ginn, B.K., Cumming, B.F. and Smol, J.P. 2007. Tracking long-term acidification trends in Pockwock Lake (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada), the water supply for a major eastern Canadian city. Lake and Reservoir Management 23: 279-286.

 

416) Keatley, B.E., Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 2007. Limnological characteristics of a high Arctic oasis and comparisons across Northern Ellesmere Island. Arctic 60: 294-308.

 

417) Michelutti, N., Hermanson, M.H., Smol, J.P., Dillon, P.J., and Douglas, M.S.V. 2007. Delayed response of diatom assemblage changes to sewage inputs in an Arctic lake. Aquatic Sciences 69: 523-533.

 

418) Smol, J.P. 2007. Blending research and teaching: An important synergism.  Pages 3-4 in Teaching and Learning at Queen’s; Centre for Teaching and Learning; Winter 2007.

 

419) Smol, J.P. 2007. Editorial: Journal of Paleolimnology: Celebrating 20 years of publication. J. Paleolimnology 37: 471-473.

 

420) Smol, J.P. 2007. Looking back into the future: paleolimnological perspectives on environmental change. Excerpted from the acceptance speech for the 2007 G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 16 (2): 37-38.

 

421) Smol, J.P. 2007. Announcement: New Editor for the Journal of Paleolimnology. J. Paleolimnology 38: 135-136.

 

422) Smol, J.P. 2007. Editorial: Changing of the guard at the Journal of Paleolimnology. J. Paleolimnology 38: 473-475.

 

423) Michelutti N., Wolfe, A.P., Briner, J.P., and Miller, G.H. 2007. Climatically controlled chemical and biological development in Arctic lakes, Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, G03002, doi: 10.1029/2006JG000396.

 

424) Smol, J.P. and Douglas, M.S.V. 2007. Crossing the final ecological threshold in high Arctic ponds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104: 12395-12397.

 

425) Smol, J.P. 2007. Marine sediments tell it like it was. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104: 17563-17564.

 

426)  Smol, J.P. and Douglas, M.S.V. 2007. From controversy to consensus: making the case for recent climatic change in the Arctic using lake sediments. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5: 466-474.

 

427) Cumming, B.F., and Moser, K.A.  2007. Applications of commonly used numerical techniques in diatom-based paleoecology.  In: S. Staratte (Ed.), Pond Scum to Carbon Sink: Geological and Environmental Applications of the Diatoms, Paleontological Society Papers 13: 37-56.

 

428) Mckay N.P., Kaufman, D.S., and Michelutti, N. 2008.  Biogenic-silica as a high-resolution, quantitative temperature proxy at Hallet Lake, south-central Alaska. Geophysical Research Letters, 35, L05709, doi:10.1029GL032876.

 

429) Bessems, I, Verschuren, D., Russell, J., Hus, J. and Cumming, B.F. 2008. Paleolimnological evidence for widespread late-18th century drought across equatorial East Africa.  Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology. 259: 107-12

 

430) Laird, K.R. and Cumming, B.F. 2008. Reconstruction of Holocene lake level from diatoms, chrysophytes and organic matter in a drainage lake from the Experimental Lakes Area (northwestern Ontario, Canada). Quaternary Research 69:292-305.

 

431) St. Jacques, J.M., Cumming, B.F. and Smol, J.P. 2008. A pre-European settlement pollen-climate calibration set for Minnesota, USA: developing tools for palaeoclimatic reconstructions. Journal of Biogeography 35: 306-324.

 

432) St. Jacques, J.M., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 2008. A statistical varve verification method using differential seasonal pollen deposition. J. Paleolimnology 40: 733-744.

 

433) Keatley, B., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2008. Prolonged ice cover dampens diatom community responses to recent climatic change in high Arctic lakes. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 40: 364-372.

 

434) Sweetman, J.N., LaFace, E., Rühland, K.M., and Smol, J.P. 2008. Evaluating the response of Cladocera to recent environmental change in lakes from the Canadian Arctic treeline region. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 40: 584-591.

 

435) Lim, D.S.S., Smol, J.P. and Douglas, M.S.V. 2008. Recent environmental changes on Banks Island (N.W.T., Canadian Arctic) quantified using fossil diatom assemblages. J. Paleolimnology 40:385-398.

 

436) St. Jacques, J.-M., Cumming, B.F. and Smol, J.P. 2008. A 900-year pollen-inferred temperature and effective moisture record from varved Lake Mina, west-central Minnesota, USA. Quaternary Science Reviews 27: 781-796.

 

437)  Jeziorski, A., Paterson, A.M., Yan, N.D. and Smol, J.P. 2008. Calcium levels in Daphnia ephippia cannot provide a useful paleolimnological indicator of historical lake water Ca concentrations. J. Paleolimnology 39: 421-425.

 

438) Hodgson, D.A. and Smol, J.P. 2008. High-latitude paleolimnology. Pages 43-64.

In:  Vincent, W. and Laybourn-Parry, J. [Editors]. Polar lakes and rivers. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

 

439) Quinlan, R., Hall, R.I., Paterson, A.M., Cumming, B.F. and Smol, J.P. 2008. Long-term assessments of ecological effects of anthropogenic stressors on aquatic ecosystems from paleoecological analyses: challenges to traditional perspectives of lake management. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 65: 933-944.

 

440) Ginn, B.K., Grace, L., Cumming, B.F. and Smol, J.P. 2008. Tracking anthropogenic- and climatic-related environmental changes in the remaining habitat lakes of the endangered Atlantic whitefish (Coregonus huntsmani) using paleolimnological techniques. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 18: 1217-1286.

 

441) Keatley, B.E., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol. J.P. 2008.  Evaluating the influence of environmental and spatial variables on diatom species distributions from Melville Island (Canadian High Arctic) lakes and ponds. Botany 86: 76-90.

 

442) DeSellas, A.M., Paterson, A.M., Sweetman, J.N. and Smol, J.P. 2008. Cladocera assemblages from the surface sediments of south-central Ontario (Canada) lakes and their relationships to measured environmental variables. Hydrobiologia 600: 105-119.

 

443) Ginn, B.K., Cumming, B.F. and Smol, J.P. 2008. Tracking water quality changes related to human activities in Cape Breton Highlands National Park (Nova Scotia, Canada) using paleolimnological techniques. Verh. Int. Verein Limnol. 30: 242-246.

 

444) Michelutti, N., Blais, J.B., Liu, H., Keatley, B.E., Douglas, M.S.V., Mallory, M.L. and Smol, J.P. 2008. A test of the possible influence of seabird activity on the 210Pb flux in high Arctic ponds at Cape Vera, Devon Island, Nunavut: implications for radiochronology. J. Paleolimnology 40:783-791.

 

445) Rühland, K., Paterson, A.M. and Smol, J.P. 2008. Hemispheric-scale patterns of climate-related shifts in planktonic diatoms from North American and European lakes. Global Change Biology 14: 2740-2745.

446) Gerber, A.M., Ginn, B.K., Whitfield, C.J., Dillon, P.J., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 2008. Glasgow Lake: an early warning sentinel of lake acidification in Cape Breton Highlands National Park (Nova Scotia, Canada). Hydrobiologia 614: 299-307.

 

447) Korosi, J.B., Paterson, A.M., DeSellas, A.M., and Smol, J.P. 2008. Linking mean body size of pelagic Cladocera to environmental variables in Precambrian Shield lakes: A paleolimnological approach. J. Limnology 67: 22-34.

 

448) MacDonald, G.M., Bennett, K.D., Jackson, S.T., Parducci, L., Smith, F.A., Smol, J.P., and Willis, K.J. 2008.  Impacts of climate change on species, populations and communities: palaeobiogeographical insights and frontiers. Progress in Physical Geography 32: 139-172.

 

449) Jeziorski, A., Yan, N.D., Paterson, A.M., DeSellas, A.M., Turner, M.A., Jeffries, D.S., Keller, W., Weeber, R.C., McNicol, R.C., Palmer, M.E., McIver, K., Arseneau, K., Ginn, B.K., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 2008. The widespread threat of calcium decline in fresh waters. Science 322: 1374-1377.

 

450) Smol, J.P. and Douglas, M.S.V.  2008. Reply to: Diatoms: faithful proxy indicators of climate change in arctic and subarctic environments? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5: 411-412.

 

451) Thienpont, J.R., Ginn, B.K., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 2009. Assessing environmental changes in cottage lakes from Kings County (Nova Scotia, Canada) using paleolimnological techniques. Water Quality Research Journal of Canada 43 (2/3): 85-98.

 

452) Enache, M.D. and Cumming, B.F.  2009. Extreme fires in central British Columbia under warmer and drier conditions. The Holocene 19: 835-846..

 

453) Laird, K.R. and Cumming, B.F. .2009.  Diatom-inferred lake level from near-shore cores in a drainage lake from the Experimental Lakes Area, northwestern Ontario, Canada.  Journal of Paleolimnology 42: 65-80.

 

454) Moos, M.T., Laird. K.R. and Cumming, B.F. 2009 Climate-related eutrophication of a small boreal lake in northwestern Ontario: A paleolimnological perspective. The Holocene 19: 359-367.

 

455) Stager, J.C., Hecky, R.E., Grzesik, D., Cumming B.F. and Kling, H. 2009.  Diatom evidence for the timing and causes of eutrophication in Lake Victoria, East Africa. Hydrobiologia 636: 463-478

 

456)  Gregory-Eaves, I., Selbie, D.T., Sweetman, J.N., Finney, B.P. and Smol, J.P. 2009. Tracking sockeye salmon population dynamics from lake sediment cores: A review and synthesis. pp 379-393. In: Haro, A. J., K. L. Smith, R. A. Rulifson, C. M. Moffitt, R. J. Klauda, M. J. Dadswell, R. A. Cunjak, J. E. Cooper, K. L. Beal, and T. S. Avery (editors), Challenges for Diadromous Fishes in a Dynamic Global Environment. American Fisheries Society Symposium 69: 379-393, Bethesda, Maryland.

 

457) Antoniades, D., Hamilton, P.B., Hinz, F., Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 2009.

Seven new species of freshwater diatoms (Bacillariophyceae) from the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Nova Hedwigia 88: 57-80.

 

458) Mills, R.B., Paterson, A. M, Blais, J.M., Lean, D.R.S., Smol, J.P., and Mierle, G. 2009. Factors influencing the achievement of steady state in mercury contamination among lakes and catchments of south-central Ontario. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 66: 187-200.

 

459) Karst-Riddoch, T.L., Malmquist, H., and Smol, J.P. 2009. Relationships between freshwater sedimentary diatoms and environmental variables in subarctic Icelandic lakes. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 175: 1-28.

 

460) St. Jacques, J.-M., Cumming, B.F. and Smol, J.P. 2009. A 900-yr diatom and chrysophyte record of spring mixing and summer stratification from varved Lake Mina, west-central Minnesota, USA. The Holocene 19: 537-547.

 

461) Antoniades, D., Smol, J.P., and Douglas, M.S.V. 2009. Biogeographic distributions and environmental controls of stream diatoms in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Botany 87: 443-454.

 

462)  Brimble, S.K., Blais, J.M., Kimpe, L.E., Mallory, M.L., Keatley, B.E., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2009. Bioenrichment of trace elements in a series of ponds near a northern fulmar (Fulamrus glacialis) colony at Cape Vera, Devon Island. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66: 949-958.

 

463) Rühland, K., St. Jacques, J.–M., Beierle, B.D., Lamoureux, S.F., Dyke, A.S., and Smol, J.P. 2009. Lateglacial and Holocene paleoenvironmental changes recorded in lake sediments, Brock Plateau (Melville Hills), Northwest Territories, Canada. The Holocene 19: 1005-1016.

 

464)  Michelutti, N., Liu, H., Blais, J.M., Kimpe, L.E., Keatley, B., Mallory, M., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2009. Accelerated delivery of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in recent sediments near a large seabird colony at Cape Vera, Devon Island, Arctic Canada. Environmental Pollution 157: 2769-2775.

 

465) Michelutti, N., Keatley, B.E., Brimble, S., Blais, J.M., Liu, H., Douglas, M.S.V., Mallory, M.L., and Smol, J.P.  2009. Seabird-driven shifts in Arctic pond ecosystems. Proc. Roy. Soc (Lond), Series B 276: 591-596.

 

466) Finkel, Z.V., Irwin, A.J., Vaillancourt, C.J., Reavie, E.D., and Smol, J.P. 2009. Environmental control of aquatic microbial community size structure varies across aquatic ecosystems. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Lond), Series B 276: 1627-1634.

 

467) Smol, J.P. 2009. Paleolimnology.  pp. 462-471, In: Likens, G.F. (editor), Encyclopedia of Inland Waters. Elsevier Publishers, Amsterdam.

 

468 Keatley, B.E., Douglas, M.S.V., Blais, J.M., Mallory, M.L., and J.P. Smol, J.P. 2009. Impacts of seabird-derived nutrients on water quality and diatom assemblages from Cape Vera, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic. Hydrobiologia 621: 191-205.

 

469) Krümmel, E.M. Scheer, M., Gregory-Eaves, R., Macdonald, R.W., Kimpe, L.E., Smol, J.P., Finney, B.F., and Blais, J.M.  2009. Historical analysis of salmon-derived polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in lake sediments. Science of the Total Environment 407: 1977-1989.

 

470) Paterson, A.M., Quinlan, R., Clark, B.J., and Smol, J.P.  2009 Assessing hypolimnetic oxygen concentrations in Canadian Shield lakes: Deriving management benchmarks using two methods. Lake and Reservoir Management 25: 313-322.

 

471)  Muir, D., Wang, X., Yang, F., Nguyen, N., Jackson, T.A., Evans, M.S., Douglas, M., Köck, G., Lamoureux, S., Pienitz, R., Smol, J.P., Vincent, W. 2009. Spatial trends and historical deposition of mercury and lead in eastern and northern Canada inferred from lake sediment cores. Environmental Science & Technology 43: 4802-4809.

 

472) Mills, R.B., Paterson, A. M.l, Blais, J.M., Lean, D.R.S., Smol, J.P., and Mierle, G. 2009. Dissecting the spatial scales of mercury accumulation in Ontario lake sediment. Environmental Pollution 157: 2949-2956.

 

473) Axford, Y., Briner, J.P., Cooke, C.A., Francis, D.R.,, Michelutti, N., Miller, G.H., Smol, J.P., Thomas, E.K., Wilson, C.R., and Wolfe, A.P. 2009. Recent changes in a remote Arctic lake are unique within the past 200,000 years. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106: 18443-18446.

 

474) Brimble, S.K., Foster, K.L., Mallory, M.L., Macdonald, R., Smol, J.P. and Blais, J.M. 2009. High Arctic ponds receiving biotransported nutrients from a nearby seabird colony are also subject to potentially toxic loadings of arsenic, cadmium, and zinc. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28: 2426-2433.

 

475) Williamson, C.E., Saros, J.E., Vincent, W., and Smol, J.P.  2009. Lakes and reservoirs as sentinels, integrators, and regulators of climate change. Limnology and Oceanography 54: 2273-2282.

 

476) Smol, J.P. 2009. Conservation biology and environmental change: A paleolimnological perspective. pp. 25-37, In: G. P. Dietl and K. W. Flessa (eds.), Conservation Paleobiology: Using the Past to Manage for the Future. The Paleontological Society Papers, vol. 15.

 

477)  Jeziorski, A., Paterson, A.M., Yan, N.D., and Smol, J.P. 2009. Tracking the effects of “aquatic osteoporosis” using palaeolimnology.  PAGES Newsletter 17: 106-108.

 

478) Michelutti, N., Simonetti, A., Briner, J.P., Funder, S., Creaser, R.A. and Wolfe, A.P. 2009. Temporal trends of pollution Pb and other metals in east-central Baffin Island inferred from lake sediment geochemistry.  State of the Total Environment 407: 2653-2662.

 

479) Leavitt, P.R., Fritz, S.C., Anderson, N.J., Baker, P.A., Blenckner, T., Bunting, L., Catalan, J., Conley, D.J., Hobbs, W.O., Jeppesen, E., Korhola, A., McGowan, S., Rühland, K., Rusak, J.A., Simpson, G.L., Solovieva, N., and Werne, J. 2009. Paleolimnological evidence of the effects on lakes of energy mass transfer from climate and humans. Limnology and Oceanography 54: 2330-2348.

480) Battarbee, R.W., Charles, D.F., Bigler, C., Cumming, B.F., and Renberg, I. 2010. Diatoms as indicators of lake-water acidity. In: Smol, J.P. and Stoermer, E.F. (Eds.), The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences, Cambridge University Press, Second Edition. pp. 98-121.

 481) Fritz, S.C., Cumming, B.F., Gasse, F, and Laird, K.R. 2010. Diatoms as indicators of hydrologic and climatic change in saline lakes. In: Smol, J.P. and Stoermer, E.F. (Eds.), The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences, Cambridge University Press, Second Edition. pp. 186-208.

482) Griffiths, K., Michelutti, N., Blais, J.M., Kimpe, L.E., Smol, J.P. 2010. Comparing nitrogen isotopic signals between bulk sediments and invertebrate remains in High Arctic seabird-influenced ponds. J Paleolimnology 44: 405-412.

 

483) Sweetman, J.N., Rühland, K.M. and Smol, J.P. 2010. Environmental and spatial factors influencing the distribution of cladocerans in lakes across the central Canadian Arctic treeline region. J. Limnology 69: 76-87.

 

484) Michelutti, N., Blais, J.M., Cumming, B.F., Paterson, A.M., Rühland, K., Wolfe, A.P., and Smol, J.P. 2010. Do spectrally-inferred determinations of chlorophyll a reflect trends in lake trophic status? J. Paleolimnology 43: 205-217.

 

485) Ginn, B.K., Rate, M., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 2010. Ecological distribution of scaled-chrysophyte assemblages from the sediments of 54 lakes in Nova Scotia and southern New Brunswick, Canada.  J. Paleolimnology 43: 293-308.

 

486) Smol, J.P. 2010.  The power of the past:  Using sediments to track the effects of multiple stressors on lake ecosystems. Freshwater Biology 55 (Suppl. 1): 43-59.

 

487) Hyatt, C.V., Paterson, A.M., Cumming, B.F. and Smol, J.P. 2010. Factors related to regional and temporal variation in the distribution of scaled chrysophytes in northeastern North America: Evidence from lake sediments. Nova Hedwigia 136: 87-102.

 

488) Hadley, K. R., Douglas, M.S.V., McGhee, R.H., Blais, J.M., and Smol, J.P. 2010. Ecological influences of Thule Inuit whalers on high Arctic pond ecosystems: A comparative paleolimnological study from Bathurst Island (Nunavut, Canada). J. Paleolimnology 44: 85-93.

 

489) Hall, R.I. and Smol, J.P. 2010. Diatoms as indicators of lake eutrophication. In:  Smol, J.P. and Stoermer, E.F. (editors).  The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences. 2nd Edition.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp 122-151.

 

490) Korosi, J.B., Paterson, A.M., DeSellas, A.M., and Smol, J.P. 2010. A comparison of pre-industrial and present-day changes in Bosmina and Daphnia size structure from soft-water Ontario lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 67: 754-762.

 

491) Bennett, J.R., Cumming, B.F., Ginn, B.K., and Smol, J.P. 2010. Broad-scale environmental response and niche conservatism in lacustrine diatom communities. Global Ecology and Biogeography 19: 724-732.

 

492)  Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 2010. Freshwater diatoms as indicators of environmental change in the High Arctic. In:  Smol, J.P. and Stoermer, E.F. (editors).  The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences. 2nd Edition.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp 249-266.

 

493) Smol, J.P. and Stoermer, E.F. 2010. Applications and uses of diatoms: prologue. In:  Smol, J.P. and Stoermer, E.F. (editors).  The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences. 2nd Edition.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp 3-7.

 

494) Smol, J.P. and Stoermer, E.F. 2010. Epilogue: reflections on the past and a view to the future. In:  Smol, J.P. and Stoermer, E.F. (editors).  The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences. 2nd Edition.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp 611-613.

 

495) Quinlan, R. and Smol, J.P. 2010. The extant Chaoborus assemblage can be assessed using subfossil mandibles. Freshwater Biology 55: 2458-2467.

 

496) Miller, G.H., Brigham-Grette, J., Alley, R.B., Anderson, L., Bauch, H.A., Douglas, M., Edwards, M.E., Elias, S.A., Finney, B., Fitzpatrick, J.J., Funder, S.V., Hebert, D., Hinzman, L., Kaufman, D., MacDonald, G.M., Polyak, L., Robock, A., Serreze, M., Smol, J., Spielhagen, R., White, J.W.C., Wolfe, A.P., Wolfe, E.  2010. Temperature and precipitation history of the Arctic. Quaternary Science Reviews 29: 1679-1715.

 

497) Tropea, A.E., Paterson, A.M., Keller, W., and Smol, J.P. 2010. Sudbury sediments revisited: Evaluating limnological recovery in a multiple stressor environment.  Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 210: 317-333.

 

498) Quinlan, R. and Smol, J.P. 2010. The use of Chaoborus subfossil mandibles in the development of paleoecological inference models of hypolimnetic oxygen. J. Paleolimnology 44: 43-50.

 

499) Hadley, K.R., Douglas, M.S.V., Blais, J.M., and Smol, J.P. 2010. Nutrient enrichment in the High Arctic associated with Thule Inuit whalers: a paleolimnological investigation from Ellesmere Island (Nunavut, Canada). Hydrobiologia 649: 129-138.

 

500) Michelutti, N., Brash, J., Thienpont, J., Blais, J.M., Kimpe, L., Mallory, M.L., Douglas, M.S.V. and Smol, J.P. 2010. Trophic position influences the efficacy of seabirds as contaminant biovectors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107: 10543-10548.

 

501) Paul, C.A., Rühland, and Smol, J.P. 2010. Diatom-inferred climatic and environmental changes over the last ~9,000 years from a low Arctic (Nunavut, Canada) tundra lake. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 291: 205-216.

 

502) Choy, E.S., Gauthier, M., Mallory, M.L., Smol, J.P., Douglas, M.S.V., Lean, D., and Blais, J.M. 2010. An isotopic investigation of mercury accumulation in terrestrial food webs adjacent to an Arctic seabird colony. Science of the Total Environment 408: 1858-1867.

 

503) Malmquist, H.J., Karst-Riddoch, T.L., and Smol, J.P. 2010. Kísilþörungaflóra íslenskra stöðuvatna. Náttúrufræðingurinn 80 (1–2): 41–57. (in Icelandic).

 

504) Rühland, K.M., Paterson, A.M., Hargan, K., Jenkin, A., Clark, B.J., and Smol, J.P.  2010. Reorganization of algal communities in the Lake of the Woods (Ontario, Canada) in response to turn-of-the century damming and recent warming. Limnology and Oceanography 55: 2433-2451.

 

505) Kurek, J., Korosi, J.B., Jeziorski, A., and Smol, J.P.  2010. Establishing reliable minimum count sizes for cladoceran microfossils sampled from lake sediments. J. Paleolimnology 44:603-612.

 

506) Choy, E.S., Kimpe, L.E., Mallory, M.L., Smol, J.P., and Blais, J.M.  2010. Contamination of an arctic terrestrial food web with marine-derived persistent organic pollutants transported by breeding seabirds. Environmental Pollution 158: 3431-3438.

 

507) Kurek, J., Cwynar, L.C., Weeber, R.C., Jeffries, D.S., and Smol, J.P. 2010. Ecological distributions of Chaoborus species in small, shallow lakes from the Canadian Boreal Shield ecozone. Hydrobiologia 652: 207-221.

 

508) Paul, C.A., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2010. Diatom-inferred Holocene climatic and environmental changes in an unusually subsaline high Arctic nunatak pond on Ellesmere Island (Nunavut, Canada). Journal of Paleolimnology 44: 913-929.

 

509) Smol, J.P. 2010. Opinion: The folly of denial. Queen’s Alumni Review: 2010, issue 3, 10-11.

 

510) Clark, B.J., Paterson, A.M., Jeziorski, A., and Kelsey, S. 2010. Assessing variability in total phosphorus measurements in Ontario lakes. Lake and Reservoir Management 26: 63-72.

 

511) Gaiser, E. and Rühland, K. 2010. Diatoms as indicators in wetlands and peatlands. In:  Smol, J.P. and Stoermer, E.F. (editors).  The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences. 2nd Edition.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp 473-496.

 

512) Laird, K.R., Kingsbury, M.V., and Cumming, B.F. 2010. Diatom habitats, species diversity and water-depth inference models across surface-sediment transects in Worth Lake, northwestern Ontario, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology 44:1009-1024.

 

513) Cooke C.A., Hobbs, W.O., Michelutti, N., and Wolfe A.P. 2010. Reliance on 210Pb chronology can compromise the inference of preindustrial Hg flux to lake sediments. Environmental Science & Technology 44: 1998-2003.

 

514) Selbie, D.T., Sweetman, J.N., Etherton, P., Hyatt, K.D., Rankin, D.P., Finney, B.P., and Smol, J.P.  2011. Climate change modulates structure and functional lake ecosystem responses to introduced anadromous salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68: 675-692.

 

515) Tropea, A.E., Paterson, A.M., Keller, W., and Smol, J.P. 2011. Diatoms as indicators of long-term nutrient enrichment in metal contaminated lakes from Sudbury, Ontario. Lake and Reservoir Management 27: 48-60.

 

516) Michelutti, N., Mallory, M.L., Blais, J.B., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2011. Chironomid assemblages from seabird-affected High Arctic ponds. Polar Biology 34: 799-812.

 

517)  Antoniades, D.A., Michelutti, N., Quinlan, R., Blais, J.M., Bonilla, S., Douglas, M.S.V., Pienitz, R., Smol, J.P., and Vincent, W.F. 2011. Cultural eutrophication, anoxia, and ecosystem recovery in Meretta Lake, high Arctic Canada. Limnology and Oceanography 56: 639-650.

 

518) Korosi, J.B. and Smol, J.P. 2011. Distribution of cladoceran assemblages across environmental gradients in Nova Scotia (Canada) lakes. Hydrobiologia 663: 83-99.

 

519) DeSellas, A.M., Paterson, A.M., Sweetman, J.N., and Smol, J.P.  2011. Assessing the effects of multiple environmental stressors on zooplankton assemblages in Boreal Shield lakes since pre-industrial times. J. Limnology 70: 41-56.

 

520) Hyatt, C.V., Paterson, A.M., Rühland, K., and John P. Smol, J.P. 2011. Examining 20th century water quality and ecological changes in the Lake of the Woods, Ontario, Canada: A paleolimnological investigation. Journal of Great Lakes Research 37: 456-469.

 

521) Kirk, J.L.,  Muir, D.C.M., Antoniades, D., Douglas, M.S.V., Evans, M.S.,  Jackson, T.A.,  Kling, H.,  Lim, D.S.S., Pienitz, R., Smol, J.P.,  Stewart, K., Wang, X., and Yang, F. 2011. Climate change and mercury accumulation in Canadian high and subarctic lakes. Environmental Science & Technology 45: 964-970.

 

522) Kurek, J., Weeber, R., and Smol, J.P. 2011. Environment trumps predation and spatial factors in structuring cladoceran communities from Boreal Shield lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 68: 1408-1419.

 

523) Rouillard, A., Rosén, P., Douglas, M.S.V., Pienitz, R., and Smol, J.P.  2011. A model for inferring lakewater dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in lakewater from visible-near-infrared spectroscopy (VNIRS) measures in lake sediment. J. Paleolimnology 46: 187-202.

 

524) Pisaric, M.F.J., Thienpont, J.R., Kokelj, S.V., Nesbitt, H., Lantz, T.C., Solomon, S., and Smol, J.P. 2011. Impacts of a recent storm surge on an Arctic delta ecosystem examined in the context of the last millennium. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108: 8960-8965.

 

525) Keatley, B.E., Blais, J.M., Douglas, M.S.V., Gregory-Eaves, I., Mallory, M.L., and Smol, J.P. 2011. Historical seabird population dynamics and their effects on Arctic pond ecosystems: a multi-proxy paleolimnological study from Cape Vera, Devon Island, Arctic Canada. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 179: 51-66.

 

526) Shapiera, M., Jeziorski, A., Yan, N.D., and Smol, J.P. 2011. Calcium content of littoral Cladocera in three softwater lakes of the Canadian Shield. Hydrobiologia 678: 77-83.

 

527) Korosi, J.B., Jeziorski, A., and Smol, J.P. 2011. Using morphological characters of subfossil daphniid post-abdominal claws to improve taxonomic resolution within species complexes. Hydrobiologia 676: 117-128.

 

528) Kirk, J.L.,  Muir, D.C.M., Antoniades, D., Douglas, M.S.V., Evans, M.S.,  Jackson, T.A.,  Kling, H.,  Lim, D.S.S., Pienitz, R., Smol, J.P.,  Stewart, K., Wang, X., and Yang, F. 2011. Response to comment on climate change and mercury accumulation in Canadian high and subarctic lakes”. Environmental Science & Technology 45: 6705-6706.

 

529) Smol, J.P. 2011. The climate connection.  Nature Education 4(8): 507.

 

530) Foster, K.L., Kimpe, L.E., Brimble, S.K., Liu, H., Mallory, M.L., Smol, J.P., Macdonald, R.W., and Blais, J.M. 2011. Effects of seabird vectors on the fate, partitioning, and signatures of contaminants in a High Arctic ecosystem. Environmental Science & Technology 45: 10053-10060.

 

531) Enache, M.D., Paterson, A., and Cumming, B.F. 2011. Changes in diatom assemblages in 40 reference lakes from the Experimental Lakes Area (northwestern Ontario, Canada).  Journal of Paleolimnology 46: 1-15/

 

532) Arseneau, K.M., Brager, L., Ross, K., Driscoll, C.T., and Cumming, B.F. 2011. Recent evidence of biological recovery from acidification in the Adirondacks (New York, USA): a multiproxy paleolimnological investigation of Big Moose Lake. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68: 572-592.

 

533) Laird, K.R., Kingsbury, M.V., Lewis, C.F.M., and Cumming, B.F.  2011. Diatom-inferred depth models in 8 Canadian boreal lakes: inferred changes in the benthic:planktonic depth boundary and implications for assessment of past droughts.  Quaternary Science Reviews 30: 1201-1217.

 

534) Moos, M.T., and Cumming, B.F.  2011.  Changes in the parkland-boreal forest boundary in northwestern Ontario over the Holocene. Quaternary Science Reviews 30:1232-1242.

 

535) Galloway, J.M., Lenny, A.M., and Cumming, B.F.  2011. Millennial and centennial-scale hydrological change in the central interior of BC, Canada: A multi-proxy reconstruction of Holocene climate from Felker Lake. Journal of Paleolimnology 45: 183-197.

 

536) Cumming B.F., Laird, K.R., Fritz, S.C., and Verschuren, D. 2012. Tracking Holocene climate change with aquatic biota from lake sediments: case studies of commonly used numerical techniques. Pages 615-642. In: Birks et al. (Eds.). Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments Volume 5: Data Handling and Numerical Techniques. Springer, Dordrecht.

 

537) Dutilleul, P., Cumming, B.F. and Lontoc-Roy, M. 2012. Autocorrelogram and periodogram analyes of palaeolimnological temporal series from lakes in central and western North America to assess shifts in drought conditions. Pages 523-548. In: Birks et al. (Eds). Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments Volume 5: Data Handling and Numerical Techniques. Springer, Dordrecht. 

 

538) Korosi, J.B., Burke, S.M., Thienpont, J.R., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Anomalous rise in algal production linked to lakewater calcium decline through food web interactions. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Lond.), Series B. 279: 1210-1217.

 

539) Wilson, C.R., Michelutti, N., Cooke, C.A., Briner, J.P., Wolfe, A.P., and Smol, J.P.  2012. Arctic lake ontogeny across multiple interglacials. Quaternary Science Reviews 31: 112-126.

 

540) Korosi, J.B and Smol, J.P. 2012. A comparison of present-day and pre-industrial cladoceran assemblages from soft-water Nova Scotia (Canada) lakes with differing acidification histories. Journal of Paleolimnology 47: 43-54. 

 

541) Jeziorski, A., Paterson, A.M., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Crustacean zooplankton sedimentary remains from calcium-poor lakes: complex responses to threshold concentrations. Aquatic Sciences 74: 121-131.

 

542) Smol, J.P. 2012. Paleolimnology. In: Oxford Bibliographies Online: Ecology. D. Gibson, editor. New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199830060-0018.

 

543) Hawryshyn, J., Rühland, K.M., Julius, M. and Smol, J.P. 2012. Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence: Is Stephanodiscus binderanus (Bacillariophyceae) an exotic species in the Great Lakes region? J. Phycology 48: 270-274.

 

544) Korosi, J.B. and Smol, J.P. 2012.  Contrasts between dystrophic and clearwater lakes in the long-term effects of acidification on cladoceran assemblages.  Freshwater Biology 57: 2449-2464.

 

545) Hawryshyn, J., Rühland, K.M., Quinlan, R., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Long-term water quality changes in a multiple-stressor system: a diatom-based paleolimnological study of Lake Simcoe. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69: 24-40.

 

546) Summers, J.C., Rühland, K.M., Kurek, J., Quinlan, R., Paterson, A.M., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Multiple stressor effects on water quality in Poplar Bay, Lake of the Woods, Ontario, Canada: a midge-based assessment of hypolimnetic oxygen conditions over the last two centuries.  J. Limnology 71: 34-44.

 

547) Greenaway, C.M., Paterson, A.M., Keller, W., and Smol, J.P. 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 Sciences 69: 656-669.

 

548) Wooler, M.J., Kurek, J., Gaglioti, B., Cwynar, L.C., Bigelow, N., Reuther, J.D., Gelvin-Reymiller, C., and Smol, J.P. 2012. An ~11,200 cal yr BP paleolimnological perspective for the archeological findings at Quartz Lake, Alaska. Journal of Paleolimnology 48: 83-91.

 

549) Kokelj, S.V., Lantz, T.C., Solomon, S., Pisaric, M.F.J., Keith, D., Morse, P., Thienpont, J.R., Smol, J.P., and Esagok, D. 2012. Using multiple sources of knowledge to investigate northern environmental change: Regional ecological impacts of a storm surge in the outer Mackenzie Delta, N.W.T. Arctic 65: 257-272.

 

550) Quinlan, R., Paterson, M.J., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Climate-mediated changes in small lakes inferred from midge assemblages: the influence of thermal regime and lake depth. Journal of Paleolimnology 48: 287-308.

 

551)  Smol, J.P., Birks, H.J.B., Lotter, A.F. and Juggins S. 2012. The march towards the quantitative analysis of palaeolimnological data. Pages 3-17. In: Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments. Volume 5: Data Handling and Numerical Techniques. Springer, Dordrecht.

 

552) Jeziorski, A., Paterson, A.M., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Changes in the abundance of calcium-sensitive cladoceran taxa since preindustrial times in softwater Ontario lakes. J. Paleolimnology 48: 323-337.

 

553) Shapiera, M., Jeziorski, A., Paterson, A.M., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Cladoceran response to calcium decline and the subsequent inadvertent liming of a softwater Canadian lake. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 223: 2437-2446.

 

554) Rouillard, A., Michelutti, N., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Using paleolimnology to track Holocene climate fluctuations and aquatic ontogeny in poorly buffered High Arctic lakes. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 321-322: 1-15.

 

555) Deasley, K., Korosi, J.B., Thienpont, J.R., Kokelj, S.V., Pisaric, M.F.J., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Investigating the response of Cladocera to a major saltwater intrusion event in an Arctic lake from the outer Mackenzie Delta (NT, Canada). Journal of Paleolimnology 48: 287-296.

 

556) Greenaway, C.M., Paterson, A.M., Keller, W., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Scaled-chrysophyte assemblage changes in the sediment records of lakes recovering from marked acidification and metal contamination near Wawa, Ontario, Canada. J. Limnology 71: 267-278.

 

557) Kurek, J., Lawlor, L., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Long-term oxygen conditions assessed using chironomid assemblages in brook trout lakes from Nova Scotia, Canada. Lake and Reservoir Management 28: 177-188.

 

558) Nocera, J.J., Blais, J.M., Beresford, D., Finity, L.K., Grooms, C., Kimpe, L.E., Kyser, T.K., Michelutti, N., Reudink, M.W., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Historical pesticide applications coincided with an altered diet of aerially foraging insectivorous chimney swifts.  Proceedings of the Royal Society (Lond.) B: 279: 3114-3120.

 

559) Thienpont, J.R., Johnson, D., Nesbitt, H., Kokelj, S.V., Pisaric, M.F.J., and Smol, J.P. 2012. Arctic coastal freshwater ecosystem responses to a major saltwater intrusion: a landscape-scale palaeolimnological analysis. The Holocene 22: 1447-1456.

 

560) Korosi, J.B. and Smol, J.P. 2012. Examining the effects of climate change, acidic deposition, and copper sulphate poisoning on long-term changes in cladoceran assemblages. Aquatic Sciences 74: 781-792.

 

561) Korosi, J.B. and Smol, J.P. 2012. An illustrated guide to the identification of cladoceran subfossils from lake sediments in northeastern North America:  part 1 – the Daphniidae, Leptodoridae, Bosminidae, Polyphemidae, Holopedidae, Sididae, and Macrothricidae. Journal of Paleolimnology 48: 571-586.

 

562) Korosi, J.B. and Smol, J.P. 2012. An illustrated guide to the identification of cladoceran subfossils from lake sediments in northeastern North America: part 2 - the Chydoridae. Journal of Paleolimnology 48: 587-622.

 

563) Deison, R., Smol, J.P., Kokelj, S.V., Pisaric, M.F.J., Poulain, A.J., Sanei, H., Thienpont, J.R., and Blais, J.M.  2012. Spatial and temporal assessment of mercury and organic matter in lakes affected by thawing permafrost in the Mackenzie Delta uplands, NT, Canada. Environmental Science & Technology 46: 8748-8755.

 

564) Ginn, B.K., Rühland, K.M., Young, J.D., Hawryshyn, J., Quinlan, R., Dillon, P.J., and Smol, J.P. 2012. The perils of using sedimentary phosphorus concentrations for inferring long-term changes in lake nutrient levels:  Comments on Hiriart-Baer et al., 2011.  Journal of Great Lakes Research 38: 825-829.

 

565) Smol, J.P. 2012. A planet in flux: How is life on Earth reacting to climate change?  Nature 483:S12-S15.

 

566) Hoag, H. and Smol, J.P. 2012. Regime change.  Nature 483: S16.

 

567) Wilson, S.L., Frazer, C., Cumming, B.F., Nuin, P.A.S. and Walker, V.K. 2012. Cross-tolerance between osmotic and freeze-thaw stress in microbial assemblages from temperate lakes.  FEMS Microbiology Ecology 82:405-415.

 

568) Laird, K.R., Haig, H.A., Ma, S., Kingsbury, M.V., Brown, T.A., Lewis, C.F.M., Oglesby, R.J., Cumming, B.F. 2012. Expanded spatial extent of the Medieval Climate Anomaly revealed in lake-sediment records across the boreal region in northwest Ontario.  Global Change Biology 18: 2869-2881.

 

569) Kingsbury, M.V., Laird, K.R. and Cumming, B.F. 2012. Consistent patterns in diatom assemblages and diversity measures across water-depth gradients from eight Boreal lakes from north-western Ontario (Canada). Freshwater Biology 57: 1151-1165.

 

570) Moos, M.T. and Cumming, B.F. 2012. Climate-fire interactions during the Holocene: a test of the utility of charcoal morphotypes in a sediment core from the boreal region of north-western Ontario (Canada). International Journal of Wildland Fire 21: 640-652.

 

571) Smol, J.P. 2012. Editorial: Twentieth year of Environmental Reviews. Environmental Reviews 20(1): 10.1139/a11-024.

 

572) Smol, J.P., Schindler, D.W., Dillon, P.J., Vincent, W.F., Hecky, R., Carpenter, S.R., Likens, G.E., and Moss, B.  2012.  Water and wisdom: an open letter to Ottawa.  Op-ed in the Globe and Mail, available on line June 5, 2012. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/commentary/water-and-wisdom-an-open-letter-to-ottawa/article4230768/

 

573) Schindler, D.W. and Smol, J.P. 2012.  After Rio, Canada lost its way.  Op-ed in the Ottawa Citizen, available on line June 20, 2012.

 

574) Hobbs, W.O., Hobbs, J.M.R., LaFrancois, T., Zimmer, K.D., Theissen, K.M., Michelutti, N., Butler, M.G., Hanson, M.A., and Carlson, T.J. 2012. A 200-yr perspective on alternate stable state theory and lake management from a biomanipulated shallow lake. Ecological Applications 22: 1483-1496. 

575) Cooke, C.A., Wolfe, A.P., Michelutti, N., Balcom, P.H., and Briner, J.P. 2012. A Holocene perspective on algal mercury scavenging to sediments of an Arctic lake. 46: 7135-7141.

576) Velle, G., Telford, R.J., Heiri, O., Kurek, J., and Birks, H.J.B. 2012. Testing intra-site transfer functions: an example using chironomids and water depth.  J. Paleolimnology: 48: 545-558.

577) Smol, J.P. 2012. Lakes and climate change: a paleoecological perspective. In: Freedman, W. (ed.), Handbook of Global Environmental Pollution. Springer, Dordrecht. http://www.springerreference.com/index/chapterdbid/349964

578) Hadley, K.R., Paterson, A.M., Hall, R.I. and Smol, J.P. 2013. Effects of multiple stressors on lakes in south-central Ontario: 15 years of change in lakewater chemistry and sedimentary diatom assemblages. Aquatic Sciences 75: 349-360.  

579)  Jeziorski, A., Keller, B., Paterson, A.M., Greenaway, C.M., and Smol, J.P. 2013. Aquatic ecosystem responses to rapid recovery from extreme acidification and metal contamination in lakes near Wawa, Ontario. Ecosystems 16: 209-223. 

580) Hadley, K.R., Douglas, M.S.V., Lim, D., and Smol, J.P. 2013. Physical, chemical and biological limnology of 40 lakes and ponds on Bathurst and neighboring high Arctic islands: An inference model for paleolimnological reconstruction along a pH gradient. International Review of Hydrobiology 98: 44–59.

581) Stewart, E.M., Michelutti, N., Blais, J.M., Mallory, M., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2013. Contrasting the effects of climatic, nutrient, and oxygen dynamics on subfossil chironomid assemblages: A paleolimnological experiment from eutrophic high Arctic ponds. J. Paleolimnology 49: 205-219

582) Michelutti, N., McCleary, K., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2013. Comparison of freshwater diatom assemblages from a high Arctic oasis to nearby polar desert sites and their application to environmental inference models. J. Phycology 49: 41-53. 

583) North, R.L., Barton, D., Dillon, P.J.,  Dolson, R.M.L.,  Evans, D.O., Ginn, B.K.,  Hawryshyn, J.,  Jarjanazi, H., La Rose, J., León, L., Liddle, G.E.,  Lin, Z.H., Molot, L.,  Ozersky, T.,  Palmer, M., Quinlan,  R., Rennie, M.D., Robillard, M.M.,  Rodé, D., Rühland, K.M., Schwalb, A., Smol, J.P. Soliman, C., Stainsby, E., Trumpickas, J.J., Winter, J.G., and Young, J.D. 2013. The state of Lake Simcoe (Ontario, Canada): the effects of multiple stressors on phosphorus and oxygen dynamics. Inland Waters 3: 51-74.  

584) Catalan, J., Pla-Rabés, S., Wolfe, A.P., Smol, J.P., Rühland, K.M.,  Anderson, N.J., Kopáček, J., Stuchlík, E., Schmidt, R.,  Koinig, K.A., Camarero, L. Flower, R.J., Heiri, O., Kamenik, C., Leavitt, P.R., Psenner, R., and Renberg, I. 2013. Global change revealed by palaeolimnological records from remote lakes: a review. J. Paleolimnology 49: 513-535.

585) Michelutti, N. and Smol, J.P. 2013. Multi-proxy approaches in paleolimnological analyses. Invited chapter to the Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science 3: 339-348.

586) Korosi, J.B., Kurek, J., and Smol, J.P. 2013. A review on the use of Bosmina size structure inferred from lake sediments to track historic shifts in predation regimes. J. Plankton Research 35: 44-460.

587) Labaj, A.L., Kurek, J., Weeber, R.C., and Smol, J.P. 2013. Long-term changes in invertebrate size structure and composition in a boreal headwater lake with a known minnow introduction. J. Limnology 72: 215-226. 

588) Korosi, J.B., Ginn, B.K., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 2013. Establishing past environmental conditions and tracking long-term environmental change in the Canadian Maritime provinces using lake sediments. Environmental Reviews 21: 15-27. 

589) Kurek, J., Kirk, J.L., Muir, D.C.G., Wang, X., Evans, M.S., and Smol, J.P. 2013. Legacy of a half century of Athabasca oil sands development recorded by lake ecosystems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110: 1761-1766. 

590) Vermaire, J.C., Pisaric, M.F.J., Thienpont, J.R., Mustaphi, C.C., Kokelj, S.V., and Smol, J.P.  2013. Arctic climate warming and sea ice declines lead to increased storm surge activity.  Geophysical Research Letters DOI: 10.1002/grl.50191. 

591) Sun, L.G., Emslie, S.D., Huang, T., Blais, J.M., Xie, Z.Q., Liu, X.D., Yin, X.B., Wang, Y.H., Huang, W., Hodgson, D.A., and Smol, J.P.  2013. Vertebrate records in polar sediments: Biological responses to past climate change and human activities. Earth-Science Reviews 126: 147-155.  

592) Michelutti, N., McCleary, K.M., Antoniades, D., Sutherland, P., Blais, J.M., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2013. Using paleolimnology to track the impacts of early Arctic peoples on freshwater ecosystems from southern Baffin Island, Nunavut. Quaternary Science Reviews 76: 82-95. 

593) Stewart, E.M., McIver, R., Michelutti, N., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2014. Assessing the efficacy of chironomid and diatom assemblages in tracking eutrophication in High Arctic sewage ponds. Hydrobiologia 71: 251-268.  

594) Rühland, K.M., Paterson, A.M., Keller, W., Michelutti, N., and Smol, J.P. 2013. Global warming triggers the loss of a key Arctic refugium. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: 280: 20131887. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2013.1887. 

595) Labaj, A.L., Kurek, J., Weeber, and Smol, J.P. 2014. Chaoborus americanus predation influences Bosmina mucro lengths in fishless lakes. J. Paleolimnology 51:  449-454. 

596) Jeziorski, A., Paterson, A.M., Watson, I., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 2014. The influence of calcium decline and climate change on the cladocerans within low calcium, circumneutral lakes of the Experimental Lakes Area. Hydrobiologia 722: 129-142. 

597) Thienpont, J.R., Kokelj, S.J., Korosi, J.B., Cheng, E.S., Desjardins, Kimpe, L.E., Blais, J.M., Pisaric, M.F.J., and Smol, J.P.  2013. Exploratory hydrocarbon drilling impacts to Arctic lake ecosystems. PLoS One http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0078875.  

598) Rühland, K.M., Hargan K.E., Jeziorski, A., Paterson, A.M., Keller, W., and Smol, J.P.  2014. A multi-trophic exploratory survey of recent environmental changes using lake sediments in the Hudson Bay Lowlands, Ontario. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 46: 139-158. 

599) Wischnewski, J., Herzschuh, U., Rühland, K., Bräuming, A., Mischke, S., Smol, J.P., Wang, L. 2014. Recent ecological responses to climate variability and human impacts in the Nianbaoyeze Mountains (eastern Tibetan Plateau) inferred from pollen, diatom and tree ring data. J. Paleolimnology 51: 287-302. 

600) Kurek, J., Kirk, J.L., Muir, D.C.G., Wang, X., Evans, M.S., and Smol, J.P. 2013. Reply to Hrudey: Tracking the extent of oil sands airborne pollution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1307696110.  

601) Nevalainen, L., Ketola, M., Korosi, J.B., Manca, M., Kurmayer, R., Koinig, K.A., Psenner, R., and Luoto, T.P. 2013. Zooplankton (Cladocera) species turnover and long-term decline of Daphnia in two high mountain lakes in the Austrian Alps. Hydrobiologia 722: 75-91. 

602)  Smol, J.P. 2013. Review of:  Antarctica: Global Science from a Frozen Continent (by D.W.H. Walton, editor).  In Polar Research 32, 21696, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/polar.v32i0.21696. 

603) Birks, H.J.B. and Smol, J.P. 2013.  Rick Battarbee and his many contributions to palaeolimnology.  J. Paleolimnology 49: 313-332. 

604) Morris, D.W., Beaulieu, M.S., Hamilton, S., Hik, D.S., Lemelin, R.H., Moses, M.M., Müller, D.K., Smith, M.A. and Smol, J.P. 2013.The Lakehead Manifesto: Principles for research and development in the North.  Arctic 66: iii-iv. 

605) Smol, J.P.  2013. The ever-changing “Middle Kingdom”.  Queen’s Alumni Review: 87 (4): 28-29.  

606) Laird, K.R., Das, B., Kingsbury, M., Moos, M.T., Pla-Rabes, S., Ahad, J.M.E., Wiltse, B. and Cumming, B.F. 2013. Paleolimnological assessment of limnological change in 10 lakes from northwest Saskatchewan downwind of the Athabasca Oils Sands based on analysis of siliceous algae and trace metals in sediment cores. Hydrobiologia 720:55-73.  

607) Barker, P.A., Hurrell, E.R., Leng, M.J., Plessen, Wolff, C., Conley, D.J., Keppens, E., Milne, I., Cumming, B.F., Laird, K.R., Kendrick, C.P. Wynn, P.M. and Verschuren, D. 2013. Carbon cycling within an East African lake revealed by the carbon isotope composition of diatom silica: a 25-ka record from Lake Challa, Mt. Kilimanjaro. Quaternary Science Reviews 66: 55-63. 

608) De Cort, G., Bessems, I. Keppens, E., Mees, F., Cumming B., and Verschuren, D. 2013.  Late Holocene and recent hydroclimatic variability in the central Kenya Rift Valley: The sediment record of hypersaline lakes Bogoria, Nakuru and Elementeita.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 388: 69-80. 

609) Haig, H.A., Kingsbury, M.V., Laird, K.R., Leavitt, P.R., Laing R., and Cumming, B.F.  2013. Assessment of drought over the past two millennia using near-shore sediment cores from a Canadian boreal lake. Journal of Paleolimnology 50: 175-190. 

610) Ma, S., Laird, K.R., Kingsbury, M.V., Lewis C.F.M. and Cumming, B.F. 2013. Diatom-inferred changes in effective moisture during the Late Holocene from nearshore cores in the southeastern region of the Winnipeg River Drainage Basin (Canada). The Holocene 23:568-578.

611) Thienpont, J.R., Rühland, K.M., Pisaric, M.F.J., Kokelj, S.V., Kimpe, L.E., Blais, J.M., and Smol, J.P. (2013). Biological responses to permafrost thaw slumping in Canadian Arctic lakes. Freshwater Biology 58: 337–353.

612) Miller, G.H., Brigham-Grette, J., Alley, R.B., Anderson, L., Bauch, H.A., Douglas, M.S.V., Edwards, M.E., Elias, S.A., Finney, B.P., Fitzpatrick, J.J., Funder, S.V., Geirsdóttir, A., Herbert, T.D., Hinzman, L.D., Kaufman, D.S., MacDonald, G.M., Polyak, L., Robock, A., Serreze, M.C., Smol, J.P., Spielhagen, R., White, J.W.C., Wolfe, A.P., and Wolff, E.W. 2013. Paleoclimate, Paleoclimate history of the Arctic. Pages 113-125. In: S.A. Elias (editor), Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science. Elsevier.

613) Stewart, E.M., McIver, R., Michelutti, N., Douglas, M.S.V., and Smol, J.P. 2014. Assessing the efficacy of chironomid and diatom assemblages in tracking eutrophication in High Arctic sewage ponds. Hydrobiologia 71: 251-268.

614) Smol, J.P. 2014. Lakes and climate change: a paleoecological perspective. Pages 231-241, In: Freedman, W. (ed.), Global Environmental Change. Springer, Dordrecht. DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-5784-4_111.

615) Labaj, A.L., Kurek, J., Weeber, and Smol, J.P. 2014. Chaoborus americanus predation influences Bosmina mucro lengths in fishless lakes. J. Paleolimnology 51:  449-454.

616) Jeziorski, A., Paterson, A.M., Watson, I., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P. 2014. The influence of calcium decline and climate change on the cladocerans within low calcium, circumneutral lakes of the Experimental Lakes Area. Hydrobiologia 722: 129-142.

617) Rühland, K.M., Hargan K.E., Jeziorski, A., Paterson, A.M., Keller, W., and Smol, J.P.  2014. A multi-trophic exploratory survey of recent environmental changes using lake sediments in the Hudson Bay Lowlands, Ontario. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 46: 139-158.

618) Wischnewski, J., Herzschuh, U., Rühland, K., Bräuming, A., Mischke, S., Smol, J.P., Wang, L. 2014. Recent ecological responses to climate variability and human impacts in the Nianbaoyeze Mountains (eastern Tibetan Plateau) inferred from pollen, diatom and tree ring data. J. Paleolimnology 51: 287-302. 

619) Hadley, K.R., Paterson, A.M., Stainsby, E.A., Michelutti, N., Yao, H., Rusak, J.A., Ingram, R., McConnell, C., and Smol, J.P. 2014. Climate warming alters thermal stability but not stratification phenology in a small north temperate lake. Hydrological Processes 28: 6309–6319.

620) French, T.D., Houben, A.J., Desforges, J-P.W., Kimpe, L.E., Kokelj, S.V., Smol, J.P., Poulain, A.J., Wang, X., and Blais, J.M. 2014. Dissolved organic carbon thresholds affect mercury bioaccumulation in Arctic lakes. Environmental Science & Technology 48: 3162-3168.

621) Lavery, J.M., Kurek, J., Rühland, K.M., Gillis, C.A., Pisaric, M.F.J., and Smol, J.P. 2014. Exploring the environmental context of recent Didymosphenia geminata proliferation in Gaspésie, Québec, using paleolimnology. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71: 616-626.

622) Antoniades, D., Douglas, M.S.V., Michelutti, N., and Smol, J.P. 2014. Determining diatom ecotones and their relationship to terrestrial ecoregion designations in the central Canadian Arctic islands. J. Phycology 50: 610-623.

623) Labaj, A.L., Jeziorski, A., Kurek, J. and Smol, J.P. 2014. Long-term trends in cladoceran assemblages related to acidification and subsequent liming of Middle Lake (Sudbury, Canada). Water, Air and Soil Pollution 225: 1868. DOI 10.1007/s11270-014-1868-2.

624) Barrow, J.L., Jeziorski, A., Rühland, Hadley, K.R., and Smol, J.P. 2014. Using diatoms to explain recent changes in cladoceran communities in south-central Ontario soft-water lakes: calcium decline or acidification? J. Paleolimnology 52: 61-75.

625) Chen, G., Selbie, D.T., Griffiths, K., Sweetman, J.N., Botrel, M., Taranu, Z., Knops, S., Bondy, J., Michelutti, N., Smol, J.P., and Gregory-Eaves, I. 2014. Proximity to ice fields and lake depth as modulators of paleooclimate records: a regional study from southwest Yukon, Canada. J. Paleolimnology 52: 185-200.

626) Sundqvist, H.S., Kaufman, D.S., McKay, N.P., Balascio, N.L., Briner, J.P.,  Cwynar, L.C., Sejrup, H.P.,  Seppä, H.,  Subetto, D.A., Andrews, J.T.,  Axford, Y.,  Bakke, J., Birks, H.J.B., Brooks, S.J., de Vernal, A., Jennings, A. Ljungqvist, F,C,. Rühland, K., Saenger, C., Smol, J.P., and Viau, A.  2014. Arctic Holocene proxy climate database – New approaches to assessing geochronological accuracy and encoding climate variables. Climate of the Past 10: 1605-1631. doi:10.5194/cp-10-1605-2014.

627) Bennett, J.R., Sisson, D.R., Smol, J.P., Cumming, B.F., Possingham, H.P., and Buckley, W.M. 2014. Optimizing taxonomic resolution and sampling effort to design cost-effective ecological models for environmental assessment. J. Applied Ecology 51: 1722–1732.

628) Lavery, J.M., Kurek, J., Rühland, K.M., Gillis, C.A., Pisaric, M.F.J., and Smol, J.P. 2014. Rock snot and lake mud: Exploring the history of recent blooms of Didymosphenia geminata using information contained in lake sediments. Canadian Young Scientist Journal 3: 32-41. DOI 10.13034/cysj-2014-019.

629) Hadley, K.R., Paterson, A.M., Reid, R.A., Rusak, J.A., Somers, K.M., Ingram, R. and Smol, J.P.  2015. Altered pH and reduced calcium levels drive near extirpation of native crayfish, Cambarus bartonii, in Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada. Freshwater Science DOI: 10.1086/681910.

630) Jeziorski, A., Tanentzap A.J., Yan, N.D., Paterson, A.M., Palmer, M.E., Korosi J.B., Rusak, J.A., Arts, M. T., Keller, (W.) B., Ingram, R., and Smol, J.P. 2015. The jellification of north temperate lakes. Proc. Royal Soc. Lond. (B) B 282: 20142449. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2014.2449. 

631) Stevenson, R.J. and Smol, J.P. 2015. Use of algae in environmental assessments. In: Wehr, J.D., Sheath, R.G., Kociolek, J.P. (Eds.) Freshwater Algae of North America: Ecology and Classification, 2nd edition. Academic Press, Amsterdam, pp. 919-960. 

632) St. Jacques, J.-M., Cumming, B.F., Sawchyn, D.J., and Smol, J.P. 2015. Signal distortion and bias in a pre-European settlement Minnesota pollen-inferred paleoclimate record from using a modern pollen-climate calibration set. PLoS One:  DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0113806.

633) Blais, J.M., Rosen, M.R., and Smol, J.P. 2015. Using natural archives to track sources and long-term trends of pollution: An introduction.  Pages 1-3. In:  Blais, J.M., Rosen, M.R., and Smol, J.P. (editors), Environmental Contaminants: Using Natural Archives to Track Sources and Long-Term Trends of Pollution.  Springer, Dordrecht.

634) Michelutti, N., Wolfe, A.P., Cooke, C.C., Hobbs, W.O., Vuille, M. and Smol, J.P. 2015. Climate change forces new ecological states in tropical Andean lakes. PLoS One:  DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0115338.

635) Mosscrop, L.E., Paterson, A.M., DeSellas, A.M., Kurek, J., Weeber, R., and Smol, J.P. 2015. Long-term stability of cladoceran assemblages in small, shallow, Canadian shield lakes experiencing marked calcium declines. Aquatic Sciences (accepted).

636) Labaj, A.L., Kurek, J., Jeziorski, A. and Smol, J.P. 2014. Elevated metal concentrations inhibit biological recovery of Cladocera in previously-acidified boreal lakes. Freshwater Biology 60: 347-359.

637) Keller, W., Paterson, A.M., Rühland, K.M., and Blais, J. 2014. Introduction — Environmental change in the Hudson and James Bay Region. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 46:2-5. 

638) Paterson, A.M., Keller, W., Rühland, K.M., Jones, C.F., and Winter, J.G. 2014. An exploratory survey of summer water chemistry and plankton communities in lakes near the Sutton River, Hudson Bay Lowlands, Ontario, Canada. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 46:121-138. 

639) Karmakar, M., Kurek, J., Haig, H., and Cumming, B.F.  2014. Consensus among multiple trophic levels during high- and low-water stands over the last two millennia in a northwest Ontario lake. Quaternary Research 81: 251-259.

640) Adams, K.E., Taranu, T.E.,  Zurawell, R., Cumming, B.F. and Gregory-Eaves, I.  2014. Insights for lake management gained when paleolimnological and water column monitoring studies are combined: A case study of Baptiste Lake. Lake and Reservoir Management 30:11-22.

641) Laird, K.R., B. Das & B.F. Cumming. 2014.  Enrichment of uranium, arsenic, molybdenum, and selenium in sediment cores from boreal lakes adjacent to northern Saskatchewan uranium mines.  Lake and Reservoir Management 30:344-357.

642) Hundey, E.J., Moser, K.A., Longstaffe, F.J., Michelutti, N., and Hladyniuk, R. 2014. Recent changes in production in oligotrophic Uinta Mountain lakes, Utah, identified using paleolimnology. Limnology and Oceanography 59: 1987-2001.

643) Hargan, K.E., Rühland, K.M., Paterson, A.M., Holmquist, J.R., MacDonald, G.M., Bunbury, J., Finkelstein, S.A., and Smol, J.P. 2015. Long-term successional changes in peatlands of the Hudson Bay Lowlands inferred from the ecological dynamics of multiple proxies. The Holocene 25: 92-107.

644) Thienpont, J.R., Steele, C., Vermaire, J.C., Kokelj, S.V., Smol, J.P., and Pisaric, H.F.J. 2015.  Synchronous changes in chironomid assemblages following a major saltwater intrusion in two coastal Arctic lake ecosystems. J. Paleolimnology 53: 177-189.

645) Hargan, K.E., Rühland, K.M., Paterson, A.M., Finkelstein,  S.A.,  Holmquist, J.R., MacDonald, G.M., Keller, B. (W.), and Smol, J.P. 2015. The influence of water-table depth and pH on the spatial distribution of diatom species in peatlands of the Boreal Shield and Hudson Plains, Canada. Botany 93: 57-74.

646) Coleman, K., Palmer, M., Korosi, J.B., Kokelj, S.V., Jackson, K., Hargan, K., Courtney Mustaphi, C., Thienpont, J.R., Kimpe, L.E., Blais, J.M., Pisaric, M.F.J., and Smol, J.P. 2015. Tracking the impacts of recent warming and thaw of permafrost peatlands on aquatic ecosystems: a multi-proxy approach using remote sensing and lake sediments. Boreal Environment Research 20: 363-377.

647) Ginn, B.K., Rajaratnam, T., Cumming, B.F., and Smol, J.P.  2015. Establishing realistic management objectives for urban lakes using paleolimnological techniques: an example from Halifax Region (Nova Scotia, Canada). Lake and Reservoir Management 31: 92-108.

648) Jeziorski, A., Keller, B., Dyer, R.D., Paterson, A.M., and Smol, J.P. 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 186: 203-216.

649) Rühland, K.M., Paterson, A.M., and Smol, J.P.  2015. Diatom assemblage responses to warming: reviewing the evidence. J. Paleolimnology 54: 1-35.

650) Thienpont, J.R., Korosi, J.B., Cheng, E.S., Deasley, K., Pisaric, M.F.J., and Smol, J.P. 2015. Recent climate warming favours more specialized cladoceran taxa in western Canadian Arctic lakes. J. Biogeography doi:10.1111/jbi.12519.

651) Stewart, E., Coleman, K.A., Korosi, J.B., Thienpont, J.R., Palmer, M.J., Blais, J.M., and Smol, J.P. 2015. Assessing potential environmental stressors on a commercial walleye fishery from a large northern ecosystem (Tathlina Lake, NT, Canada) using paleolimnology. J. Great Lakes Research DOI:10.1016/j.jglr.2015.04.010.

652) Sivarajah, B., Kurek, J., Rühland, K.M., and Smol, J.P. 2015. Effects of Didymosphenia geminata blooms on benthic diatom assemblages in the Restigouche River Watershed, eastern Canada. Botany 93: 317-323.

653) Bennett, J.R., Shaw, J.D., Terauds, A., J.P., Aerts, R., Bergstrom, D.M., Blais, J.M., Cheung, W.W.L., Chown, S.L., Lea, M.-A., Nielsen, U.N., Pauly, D., Reimer, K.J., Riddle, M.J., Snape, I., Stark, J.S., Tulloch, V.J., and Possingham, H.P. 2015. Polar lessons learned: informing long-term management based on shared threats in Arctic and Antarctic environments. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (accepted)

654) Blais, J.M., Rosen, M.R., and Smol, J.P. 2015. Using natural archives to track sources and long-term trends of pollution: Some final thoughts and suggestions for future directions.  Pages 499 – 506. In:  Blais, J.M., Rosen, M.R., and Smol, J.P. (editors), Environmental Contaminants: Using Natural Archives to Track Sources and Long-Term Trends of Pollution.  Springer, Dordrecht.

655) Michelutti, N., Cooke, C.C., Hobbs, W.O., and Smol, J.P. 2015. Climate-driven changes in lakes from the Peruvian Andes. J. Paleolimnology 54:153–160.

656) Korosi, J.B., McDonald, J., Coleman, K.A., Palmer, M.J., Smol, J.P., Simpson, M.J., and Blais, J.M. 2015. Peat subsidence influences aquatic ecosystems in the southern Northwest Territories (Canada) through changes in allochthonous carbon transport. Limnology and Oceanography DOI: 10.1002/lno.10116.

657) Zhou, X., Sun, Y., Huang, W., Smol, J.P., Tang, Q., and Sun, L.  The Pacific Decadal Oscillation and changes in anchovy populations in the Pacific Northwest. (submitted).

658) Labaj, A.L., Korosi, J.B., Kurek, J., Jeziorski, A., Keller, W., and Smol, J.P. 2015. The responses of Bosmina size structure to the acidification and subsequent recovery of lakes near Sudbury, Canada. J. Limnology (accepted).

659) Hargan, K.E, Nelligan, C., Jeziorski, A., Rühland, K.M., Paterson, A.M., Keller, W. and Smol, J.P. Tracking the long-term responses of diatoms and cladocerans to climate warming across lakes of the Far North of Ontario, Canada. (submitted).

660) Stewart, E.M., Michelutti, N., Shenstone-Harris, S., Grooms, C., Weseloh, D.V.C., Kimpe, L.E., Blais, J.M. and J.P. Smol.  The long-term ecological impacts of rising waterbird populations in the North American Great Lakes region. (submitted).

661) Chen, G., Shi, H., Tao, J., Liu, Y., Lei, G., Liu, X., and Smol, J.P. Arsenic contamination causes catastrophic changes in freshwater ecosystems. (submitted).

662)  Eickmeyer, D.C., Kimpe, L.E., Kokelj, S.V., Pisaric, M.F.J., Smol, J.P., Sanei, H., Thienpont, J.R., Blais, J.M.  Interactions of polychlorinated biphenyls and organochlorine pesticides with sedimentary organic matter of retrogressive thaw slump-affected lakes in the tundra uplands adjacent to the Mackenzie Delta, NT, Canada. (submitted).

663) Hadley, K.R., Paterson, A.M., Stainsby, E.A., Michelutti, N.,Yao, H., Rusak, J.A., Ingram, R.,  McConnell, C. and Smol, J.P. Forecasting thermal stability in a small, north-temperate lake in response to climate warming. (submitted).

664) Zhou, X., Sun, L., Zhan, T., Huang, W., Zhou, X., Hao, Q., He, X., Zhao, C., Zhang, J., Qiao, Y.,  Ge, J., Yan, P., Yan, Q.,  Shao, D., Chu, Z., Yang, W., and  Smol, J.P. Time-transgressive onset of the Holocene Optimum in the East Asian Monsoon Region. (submitted).

665) Ahad, J.M.E., Jautzy, J.J., Cumming, B.F.,  Das, B., Laird, K.R., and H. Sanei, H.  2015.  Sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) to northwestern Saskatchewan lakes east of the Athabasca oil sands.  Organic Geochemistry 80:35-45.

666) Karmakar, M., Laird, K.R. and Cumming, B.F. 2015. Diatom-based evidence of regional aridity during the mid-Holocene period in boreal lakes from northwest Ontario (Canada).  The Holocene 25:166-177.

667) Laird, K.R., Das, B., and Cumming, B.F.  2015.  Siliceous microfossil changes in impact and reference lakes in the uranium mining region of the Athabasca basin in northern Saskatchewan.  Journal of Paleolimnology 53: 367-383.

668) Smol, J.P. Northern shallow lakes in a multiple stressor world: A paleoecological perspective (Keynote address from the 8th International Shallow Lakes Conference).  (submitted).

669) Stewart EM, Michelutti N, Shenstone-Harris S, Grooms C, Weseloh C, Kimpe LE, et al. (2015) Tracking the History and Ecological Changes of Rising Double-Crested Cormorant Populations Using Pond Sediments from Islands in Eastern Lake Ontario. PLoS ONE 10(7): e0134167. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0134167. http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0134167

670) Moumita Karmakar, Peter Leavitt, Brian F. Cumming. Enhanced Algal Abundance in Northwest Ontario (Canada) Lakes during the Warmer Early-to-mid-Holocene Period. Quaternary Science Reviews, 2015, 123:168-179 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2015.06.025). 

671) Michelutti N, Wolfe AP, Cooke CA, Hobbs WO, Vuille M, Smol JP (2015) Climate Change Forces New Ecological States in Tropical Andean Lakes. PLoS ONE 10(2): e0115338. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0115338.

672) Cheng, W., Sun, L., Kimpe, L.E., Mallory, M.L., Smol, J.P., Gallant, L.R., Li, J., and Blais, J.M. 2016. Sterols and stanols preserved in pond sediments track seabird biovectors in a High Arctic environment. Environmental Science & Technology 50: 9351-9360.

 


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