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Lake warming favours small-sized planktonic diatom species
- M. Winder, J. Reuter, S. Schladow
- Environmental ScienceProceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological…
- 23 September 2008
Within the diverse group of diatoms, small-sized species with a high surface area to volume ratio were able to adapt to a decrease in mixing intensity, supporting the hypotheses that abiotic drivers affect the size structure of planktonic communities and that warmer climate favours small- sized diatom cells.
Historical Food Web Structure and Restoration of Native Aquatic Communities in the Lake Tahoe (California–Nevada) Basin
- M. V. Vander Zanden, S. Chandra, B. Allen, J. Reuter, C. Goldman
- Environmental ScienceEcosystems
- 1 June 2003
Stable isotope-based food web reconstructions reveal long-term food web changes in Lake Tahoe and can serve as the basis for setting historically relevant restoration targets, as well as examine the contemporary food web of nearby Cascade Lake, which is free from most exotic species and contains a species assemblage resembling that ofLake Tahoe prior to historical species introductions.
Atmospheric deposition of nitrogen and phosphorus in the annual nutrient load of Lake Tahoe (California‐Nevada)
Atmospheric deposition provides most of the dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN) and total nitrogen in the annual nutrient load of Lake Tahoe. Deposition also contributes significant amounts of soluble…
Small GTPase Cdc42 Is Required for Multiple Aspects of Dendritic Morphogenesis
It is shown here using loss-of-function mutations that endogenous Cdc42, a member of Rho family of small GTPases, is required for multiple aspects of dendritic morphogenesis.
Effects of climate change on thermal properties of lakes and reservoirs, and possible implications
Meteorologic-driven processes exert large and diverse impacts on lakes’ internal heating, cooling, and mixing. Thus, continued global warming and climate change will affect lakes’ thermal properties,…
Forecasting stream water temperature using regression analysis, artificial neural network, and chaotic non-linear dynamic models
Water clarity modeling in Lake Tahoe: Linking suspended matter characteristics to Secchi depth
- Theodore J. Swift, J. Pérez-Losada, S. Schladow, J. Reuter, A. Jassby, C. Goldman
- Environmental ScienceAquatic Sciences
- 22 February 2006
Abstract.An additive semi-analytic model of water clarity for the forward problem of calculating apparent optical properties (AOPs) of diffuse attenuation and Secchi depth from the inherent optical…
Nitrate uptake by phytoplankton and periphyton: Whole‐lake enrichments and mesocosm‐15N experiments in an oligotrophic lake
Periphyton nitrate uptake and denitrification, not phytoplankton assimilation, accounted for -90% and 73% of the depletion of - 35 pg N03-N liter-l added as whole-epilimnion enrichments of ammonium…
Paleolimnological Reconstruction of Historical Atmospheric Lead and Mercury Deposition at Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada
Evidence from this study suggests the existence of a significant modern source for atmospheric Hg deposition in the Sierra Nevada, on the continental west coast of the United States. Concentrations...
The Control of an Invasive Bivalve, Corbicula fluminea, Using Gas Impermeable Benthic Barriers in a Large Natural Lake
- M. Wittmann, S. Chandra, J. Reuter, S. Schladow, B. Allen, K. Webb
- Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Management
- 5 April 2012
Prolonged exposure to anoxia using benthic barriers can provide an effective short term control strategy for C. fluminea in Lake Tahoe.