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Classification of hydrological regimes of northern floodplain basins (Peace–Athabasca Delta, Canada) from analysis of stable isotopes (δ18O, δ2H) and water chemistry
We used stable isotopes (δ18O and δ2H) and water chemistry to characterize the water balance and hydrolimnological relationships of 57 shallow aquatic basins in the Peace‐Athabasca Delta (PAD),
Spatial and temporal variability of prairie lake hydrology as revealed using stable isotopes of hydrogen and oxygen
Evaporation and groundwater fluxes are thought to regulate hydrologic variability in lakes of the northern Great Plains, but little is known of how the relative importance of these processes may vary
Lake and catchment response to Holocene environmental change: spatial variability along a climate gradient in southwest Greenland
The Kangerlussuaq area of southwest Greenland is a lake-rich landscape that covers a climate gradient: a more maritime, cooler and wetter coastal zone contrasts with a dry, continental interior.
Sediment Evidence of Early Eutrophication and Heavy Metal Pollution of Lake Mälaren, Central Sweden
Stable lead isotope and lead concentration analyses from 3 basins show that the lake was polluted in the 19th century and earlier from extensive metal production and processing in the catchment, particularly in the Bergslagen region.
Spatial variability of climate and land‐use effects on lakes of the northern Great Plains
Evaluation of the effects of climate change and human activities on lakes requires improved understanding of how stressors interact and the degree to which individual sentinel lakes represent broad
Hydroecological responses of the Athabasca Delta, Canada, to changes in river flow and climate during the 20th century
We employ water‐isotope tracers and multi‐proxy paleolimnological records to characterize contemporary controls on water balances of floodplain lakes in the Athabasca Delta, Canada, within the
Acceleration of cyanobacterial dominance in north temperate-subarctic lakes during the Anthropocene.
It is demonstrated that cyanobacterial biomass has declined in some managed lakes with reduced nutrient influx, and the larger spatio-temporal scale of sedimentary records show continued increases in cyanobacteria throughout the north temperate-subarctic regions.
Development and evaluation of a diatom‐conductivity model from lakes in West Greenland
The development of a statistically robust transfer function for diatoms and conductivity will enable the reconstruction of conductivity from the many subsaline lakes around the head of the fjord and, hence, regional estimates of changing palaeoclimatic precipitation.
Humans and climate as drivers of algal community change in Windermere since 1850
1. Historical archives, published data sets and lake sediments from the North and South Basins of Windermere were analysed to reconstruct changes in the lake and catchment since 1850 and determine
Climate Versus In-Lake Processes as Controls on the Development of Community Structure in a Low-Arctic Lake (South-West Greenland)
The dominant processes determining biological structure in lakes at millennial timescales are complex. In this study, we used a multi-proxy approach to determine the relative importance of in-lake