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2016 

  • Aro, M., Wang, X., McDonald, D. E., & Begel, M. (2016). Tensile strength of thermally modified laminated strand lumber and laminated veneer lumber. Wood Material Science & Engineering. 
  • Aro, M., Donahue, P., & Fosnacht, D. (2016). PFI-BIC: Thermal modification research for engineered wood materials. Final report to the National Science Foundation. NSF project award no. 1237798.
  • Basak, S. C., Restrepo, G., & Villaveces, J. L. (Eds.). (2016). Advances in mathematical chemistry and applications (Vol. 1).
  • Beall, B. F. N., Twiss, M. R., Smith, D. E., Oyserman, B. O., Rozmarynowycz, M. J., Binding, C. E., Bourbonniere, R. A., Bullerjahn, G. S., Palmer, M. E., Reavie, E. D., & Waters, L. C. D. R. (2016). Ice cover extent drives phytoplankton and bacterial community structure in a large north‐temperate lake: Implications for a warming climate. Environmental Microbiology, 18, 1704-1719. 
  • Bracey, A. M., Etterson, M. A., Niemi, G. J., & Green, R. F. (2016). Variation in bird-window collision mortality and scavenging rates within an urban landscape. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 128, 355-367.
  • Bramburger, A. J., & Reavie, E. D. (2016). Phytoplankton communities of the deep chlorophyll layers and epilimnia of the Laurentian Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research. Advance online publication.
  • Brooks, B. W., Lazorchak, J. M., Howard, M. D., Johnson, M. V. V., Morton, S. L., Perkins, D. A., Reavie, E. D., Scott, G. I., Smith, S. A., & Steevens, J. A. (2016). Are harmful algal blooms becoming the greatest inland water quality threat to public health and aquatic ecosystems? Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 35(1), 6-13. 
  • Brown, D. J., Schrage, M., Ryan, D., Moen, R. A., Nelson, M. D., & Buech R. R. (2015). Glyptemys insculpta (Wood Turtle). Longevity in the wild. Herpetological Review, 46(2), 243-244. 
  • Chrisler, W., Orr, G., Dohnalkova, A., Pasa-Tolic, L., Stacey, G., Chun, C., & Sadowsky, M. (2015). The use of fluorescence in situ hybridization in bacterial detection in mycorrhizal networks. Microscopy and Microanalysis, 21(S3), 1487–1488. 
  • Creed, I. F., Cormier, R., Laurent, K. L., Accatino, F., Igras, J., Henley, P., Friedman, K. B., Johnson, L. B., Crossman, J., Dillon, P. J. & Trick, C. G. (2016). Formal integration of science and management systems needed to achieve thriving and prosperous Great Lakes. BioScience, biw030. 
  • Dunnell, K. L., Berguson, B., McMahon, B., & LeBoldus, J. M. (2016). Variation in resistance of Populus nigra to Sphaerulina musiva in the North-Central United States. Plant Disease, 100(2), 287-291.
  • Engstrom, R. T., & Niemi, G. (2015). Review: Decision Making in Natural Resource Management: A Structured, Adaptive Approach by Michael J. Conroy & James T. Peterson. The Condor, 117(3), 482-483.
  • Estepp, L. R., & Reavie, E. D. (2015). The ecological history of Lake Ontario according to phytoplankton. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 41(3), 669-687.
  • Fosnacht, D. R., Iwasaki, I., Kiesel, R. F., Englund, D. J., Bleifuss, R. L., Mlinar, M. E., & Hendrickson, D. W. (2016). Development of a new technology for converting iron-bearing materials to nodular reduced iron for use in various steelmaking operations. In V. I. Lakshmanan, R. Roy, & V. Ramachandran (Eds.), Innovative Process Development in Metallurgical Industry: Concept to Commission. (pp. 327-358). Springer International Publishing. 
  • Glass, J. B., Axler, R. P., Chandra, S., & Goldman, C. R. (2015). Molybdenum limitation of microbial nitrogen assimilation in aquatic ecosystems and pure cultures. Frontiers in Microbiology, 3, 331. 
  • Gnass Giese, E. E., Howe, R. W., Wolf, A. T., Miller, N. A., & Walton, N. G. (2015). Sensitivity of breeding birds to the “human footprint” in western Great Lakes forest landscapes. Ecosphere, 6(6), 1-22. 
  • Grinde, A. R., & Niemi, G. J. (2016). Influence of landscape, habitat, and species co-occurrence on occupancy dynamics of Canada Warblers. The Condor, 118, 513-531.
  • Olker, J.H., K.E. Kovalenko, J.J.H. Ciborowski, V.J. Brady, and L.B. Johnson 2016. Watershed land use and local habitat: implications for habitat assessment. Wetlands 36:311 - 318
  • Grinde, A. R., & Niemi, G. J. (in press). A synthesis of species interactions, metacommunities, and the conservation of avian diversity in hemiboreal and boreal forests. Journal of Avian Biology, 47, 001-013. 
  • Creed, I.F., Cormier, R., Laurent, K.L., Accatino, F., Igras, J., Friedman, K.B., Johnson, L.B., Crossman, J., Dillon, P.J., Trick, C.G. 2016. Call for formal integration of science and management systems to achieve sustainability of the Great Lakes. Bioscience (in press)

  • Kovalenko, K.E., E.D. Reavie, J.D. Allan, M. Cai, S.D.P. Smith, L.B. Johnson 2016. Pelagic phytoplankton community change-points across nutrient gradients and in response to invasive mussels. Freshwater Biology (in press).
  • Niemi, G. J., Howe, R. W., Sturtevant, B. R., Parker, L. R., Grinde, A. R., Danz, N. P., Nelson, M. D., Zlonis, E. J., Walton, N. G., Giese, E. E. G., & Lietz, S. M. (2016). Analysis of long-term forest bird monitoring data from national forests of the western Great Lakes Region. General Technical Report NRS-159. Newtown Square, PA: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. p.322.
  • Reavie, E. D., Cai, M., Twiss, M. R., Carrick, H. J., Davis, T. W., Johengen, T. H., Gossiaux, D., Smith, D. E., Palladino, D., Burtner, A., & Sgro, G. V. (2016). Winter-spring diatom production in Lake Erie is an important driver of summer hypoxia. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 42(3), 608-618.
  • Brooks, B.W., J.M. Lazorchak, M.D.A. Howard, M.V. Johnson, S.L. Morton, D.A.K. Perkins, E.D. Reavie, G.I. Scott, S.A. Smith, J.A. Steevens 2016. Are harmful algal blooms becoming the greatest inland water quality threat to public health and aquatic ecosystems? Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 35: 6-13.

  • Beall B.F.N., M.R. Twiss, D. Smith, B. Oyserman, M. Rozmarynowycz, C. Binding, R.A. Bourbonniere, G.S. Bullerjahn, M. Palmer, E.D. Reavie, M.K. Waters, W.C. Woityra, R.M.L. McKay 2016. Ice cover extent drives microbial community structure in a large north-temperate lake: Implications for a warming climate. Environmental Microbiology 18: 1704-1719.

  • Reavie, E.D. 2016. State of the Great Lakes 2016, Phytoplankton sub-indicator report. State of the Great Lakes Ecosystem (SOLEC) report to the International Joint Commission (IJC).

  • Reavie, E.D. 2016. Executive summary to the Beneficial Use Impairment actions associated with investigations of paleolimnology and historic and current water quality condition in the St. Louis River Area of Concern. MPCA Technical Report.

2015

  • Brown, D J, Schrage, M, Ryan, D, Moen, R A, Nelson, M D & Buech, R R. 2015. Glyptemys insculpta (Wood Turtle): Longevity in the Wild. Herpetological Review 46:243--244.
  • Beall, B F N, R, Twiss M, Smith, D, Oyserman, B, Rozmarynowycz, M, Binding, C, Bourbonniere, R A, Bullerjahn, G S, Palmer, M, D, Reavie E, Waters, M K, Woityra, W C & L, McKay R M. 2015. Ice cover extent drives microbial community structure in a large north-temperate lake: Implications for a warming climate. Environmental Microbiology In press.
  • Peterson, A C, Niemi, G J & Johnson, D H. 2015. Patterns in diurnal airspace use by migratory landbirds along an ecological barrier. Ecological Applications 25:673--684.
  • Estepp, Lisa R & Reavie, Euan D. 2015. The ecological history of Lake Ontario according to phytoplankton. Journal of Great Lakes Research 41:669--687.
  • Bartsch, Will M, Axler, Richard P & Host, George E. 2015. Evaluating a Great Lakes scale landscape stressor index to assess water quality in the St. Louis River Area of Concern. Journal of Great Lakes Research In press.
  • Havel, J. E., Kovalenko, K. E., Thomaz, S. M., Amalfitano, S., & Kats, L. B. (2015). Aquatic invasive species: Challenges for the future. Hydrobiologia750(1), 147-170.
  • Stueve, K M, Hollenhorst, T P, Kelly, J R, Johnson, L B & Host, G E. 2015. High-resolution maps of forest-urban watersheds present an opportunity for ecologists and managers. Landscape Ecology 30:313--323.
  • Silbernagel, J, Host, G, Hagley, C, Hart, D, Axler, R, Fortner, R, Axler, M, Smith, V, Drewes, A, Bartsch, W, Danz, N, Mathews, J & Wagler, M. 2015. Linking place-based science to people through spatial narratives of coastal stewardship. Journal of Coastal Conservation 19:181--198.
  • Robinson, Stacie J., Neitzel, David F., Moen, Ronald A., Craft, Meggan E., Hamilton, Karin E., Johnson, Lucinda B., Mulla, David J., Munderloh, Ulrike G., Redig, Patrick T., Smith, Kirk E., Turner, Clarence L., Umber, Jamie K. & Pelican, Katharine M.. 2015. Disease Risk in a Dynamic Environment: The Spread of Tick-Borne Pathogens in Minnesota, USA. EcoHealth 12:152--163.
  • Peterson, A. C., Niemi, G. J., & Johnson, D. H. (2015). Patterns in diurnal airspace use by migratory landbirds along an ecological barrier. Ecological Applications, 25(3), 673-684.
  • Portinga, R. L., & Moen, R. A. (2015). A novel method of performing moose browse surveys. Alces, 51, 107-122.
  • Raič, S., Mogessie, A., Benkó, Z., Molnár, F., Hauck, S., & Severson, M. (2015). Arsenic-rich Cu-Ni-PGE mineralization in Wetlegs, Duluth complex, St. Louis county, Minnesota, USA. The Canadian Mineralogist, canmin-1400053.