William F Kenney
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Stable isotope (δ13C and δ15N) values of sediment organic matter in subtropical lakes of different trophic status
IC Torres, PW Inglett, M Brenner, WF Kenney, K Ramesh Reddy
Journal of paleolimnology 47, 693-706, 2012
Mechanisms for organic matter and phosphorus burial in sedimentsof a shallow, subtropical, macrophyte-dominated lake
M Brenner, DA Hodell, BW Leyden, JH Curtis, WF Kenney, B Gu, ...
Journal of Paleolimnology 35, 129-148, 2006
Homoplasy and thick enamel in primates
JD Pampush, AC Duque, BR Burrows, DJ Daegling, WF Kenney, ...
Journal of human evolution 64 (3), 216-224, 2013
Recent eutrophication in the southern basin of Lake Petén Itzá, Guatemala: human impact on a large tropical lake
MF Rosenmeier, M Brenner, WF Kenney, TJ Whitmore, CM Taylor
Hydrobiologia 511, 161-172, 2004
Inputs of dissolved and particulate 226Ra to lakes and implications for 210Pb dating recent sediments
M Brenner, CL Schelske, WF Kenney
Journal of Paleolimnology 32, 53-66, 2004
Historic low‐level phosphorus enrichment in the Great Lakes inferred from biogenic silica accumulation in sediments
CL Schelske, EF Stoermer, WF Kenney
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (1part2), 728-748, 2006
Sediment records of phosphorus-driven shifts to phytoplanktondominance in shallow Florida lakes
WF Kenney, MN Waters, CL Schelske, M Brenner
Journal of Paleolimnology 27, 367-377, 2002
Ecology of testate amoebae (thecamoebians) in subtropical Florida lakes
J Escobar, M Brenner, TJ Whitmore, WF Kenney, JH Curtis
Journal of Paleolimnology 40, 715-731, 2008
The use of sedimentary algal pigments to infer historic algal communities in Lake Apopka, Florida
MN Waters, CL Schelske, WF Kenney, AD Chapman
Journal of Paleolimnology 33, 53-71, 2005
Abrupt biological response to hydrologic and land-use changes in Lake Apopka, Florida, USA
CL Schelske, EF Lowe, LE Battoe, M Brenner, MF Coveney, WF Kenney
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 34 (3), 192-198, 2005
Changes in polyphosphate sedimentation: a response to excessive phosphorus enrichment in a hypereutrophic lake
WF Kenney, CL Schelske, AD Chapman
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (5), 879-887, 2001
Carbon storage in the Mississippi River delta enhanced by environmental engineering
MR Shields, TS Bianchi, D Mohrig, JA Hutchings, WF Kenney, AS Kolker, ...
Nature Geoscience 10 (11), 846-851, 2017
Paleoenvironmental history of the west baray, Angkor (Cambodia)
MB Day, DA Hodell, M Brenner, HJ Chapman, JH Curtis, WF Kenney, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (4), 1046-1051, 2012
Response of the cladoceran community to trophic state change in Lake Apopka, Florida
BC Shumate, CL Schelske, TL Crisman, WF Kenney
Journal of Paleolimnology 27, 71-77, 2002
How anthropogenic darkening of Lake Apopka induced benthic light limitation and forced the shift from macrophyte to phytoplankton dominance
CL Schelske, EF Lowe, WF Kenney, LE Battoe, M Brenner, MF Coveney
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (3), 1201-1212, 2010
Interpreting the hydrological history of a temporary pond from chemical and microscopic characterization of siliceous microfossils
EE Gaiser, MJ Brooks, WF Kenney, CL Schelske, BE Taylor
Journal of Paleolimnology 31, 63-76, 2004
Wind or nutrients: historic development of hypereutrophy in Lake Apopka, Florida
CL Schelske, MF Coveney, FJ Aldridge, WF Kenney, JE Cable
Advances in limnology. Stuttgart, 543-563, 2000
Increased organic carbon burial in northern Florida mangrove‐salt marsh transition zones
DR Vaughn, TS Bianchi, MR Shields, WF Kenney, TZ Osborne
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 34 (5), e2019GB006334, 2020
Transient hydrodynamic effects influence organic carbon signatures in marine sediments
TIE Clayton R Magill, Blanca Ausín, Pascal Wenk, Cameron McIntyre, Luke ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 4690, 2018
Middle to late Holocene initiation of the annual flood pulse in Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia
MB Day, DA Hodell, M Brenner, JH Curtis, GD Kamenov, TP Guilderson, ...
Journal of Paleolimnology 45, 85-99, 2011
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