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Claire L. Schelske
Claire L. Schelske
Land Use and Environmental Change Institute, University of Florida
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Lake responses to reduced nutrient loading–an analysis of contemporary long‐term data from 35 case studies
E Jeppesen, M Søndergaard, JP Jensen, KE Havens, O Anneville, ...
Freshwater biology 50 (10), 1747-1771, 2005
13542005
Modification of the biogeochemical cycle of silica with eutrophication
DJ Conley, CL Schelske, EF Stoermer
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 179-192, 1993
6201993
Production, sedimentation, and isotopic composition of organic matter in Lake Ontario
DA Hodell, CL Schelske
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (2), 200-214, 1998
4631998
Eutrophication, silica depletion, and predicted changes in algal quality in Lake Michigan
CL Schelske, EF Stoermer
Science 173 (3995), 423-424, 1971
4091971
Stable isotope (δ13C and δ15N) signatures of sedimented organic matter as indicators of historic lake trophic state
M Brenner, TJ Whitmore, JH Curtis, DA Hodell, CL Schelske
Journal of Paleolimnology 22, 205-221, 1999
3731999
Using carbon isotopes of bulk sedimentary organic matter to reconstruct the history of nutrient loading and eutrophication in Lake Erie
CL Schelske, DA Hodell
Limnology and Oceanography 40 (5), 918-929, 1995
3311995
Wind influences phytoplankton biomass and composition in a shallow, productive lake
HJ Carrick, FJ Aldridge, CL Schelske
Limnology and Oceanography 38 (6), 1179-1192, 1993
3211993
Recent changes in productivity and climate of Lake Ontario detected by isotopic analysis of sediments
CL Schelske, DA Hodeli
Limnology and Oceanography 36 (5), 961-975, 1991
2991991
Low-background gamma counting: applications for210Pb dating of sediments
CL Schelske, A Peplow, M Brenner, CN Spencer
Journal of Paleolimnology 10, 115-128, 1994
2901994
Biogenic silica
DJ Conley, CL Schelske
Tracking environmental change using lake sediments: terrestrial, algal, and …, 2001
2832001
Early eutrophication in the lower Great Lakes
CL Schelske, EF Stoermer, DJ Conley, JA Robbins, RM Glover
Science 222 (4621), 320-322, 1983
2361983
Biologically induced calcite and its isotopic composition in Lake Ontario
DA Hodell, CL Schelske, GL Fahnenstiel, LL Robbins
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (2), 187-199, 1998
2181998
Mechanisms maintaining high productivity in Georgia estuaries
CL Schelske, EP Odum
2051962
Phosphorus, silica, and eutrophication of Lake Michigan.
CL Schelske, EF Stoermer
Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor. Great Lakes Research Div., 1970
1871970
Relationship between sediment and plankton isotope ratios (δ13C and δ15N) and primary productivity in Florida lakes
B Gu, CL Schelske, M Brenner
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 53 (4), 875-883, 1996
1861996
RECENT APPEARANCE OF CYLINDROSPEMOPSIS (CYANOBACTEIUA) IN FIVE HYPEREUTROPHIC FLORIDA LAKES1
AD Chapman, CL Schelske
Journal of Phycology 33 (2), 191-195, 1997
1721997
Stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen as indicators of diet and trophic structure of the fish community in a shallow hypereutrophic lake
B Gu, CL Schelske, MV Hoyer
Journal of fish biology 49 (6), 1233-1243, 1996
1671996
Phosphorus enrichment, silica utilization, and biogeochemical silica depletion in the Great Lakes
CL Schelske, EF Stoermer, GL Fahnenstiel, M Haibach
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 43 (2), 407-415, 1986
1621986
An assessment of ecological changes during the recent history of Lake Ontario based on siliceous algal microfossils preserved in the sediments 1, 2
EF Stoermer, JA Wolin, CL Schelske, DJ Conley
Journal of Phycology 21 (2), 257-276, 1985
1591985
Estim ation of intracellular carbon and silica content of diatoms from natural assemblages using morphometric techniques 1
LM Sicko‐Goad, CL Schelske, EF Stoermer
Limnology and Oceanography 29 (6), 1170-1178, 1984
1581984
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