Climate warming alters thermal stability but not stratification phenology in a small north‐temperate lake

@article{Hadley2014ClimateWA,
  title={Climate warming alters thermal stability but not stratification phenology in a small north‐temperate lake},
  author={K. Hadley and A. Paterson and E. Stainsby and N. Michelutti and Huaxia Yao and James A. Rusak and Ron Ingram and C. McConnell and J. Smol},
  journal={Hydrological Processes},
  year={2014},
  volume={28},
  pages={6309-6319}
}
Recent climate change represents one of the most serious anthropogenic threats to lake ecosystems in Canada. As meteorological and hydrological conditions are altered by climate change, so too are physical, chemical and biological properties of lakes. The ability to quantify the impact of climate change on the physical properties of lakes represents an integral step in estimating future chemical and biological change. To that end, we have used the dynamic reservoir simulation model, a one… Expand
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