Le Réseau canadien du CRSNG sur les services des écosystèmes aquatiques (RCSEA)

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Accatino F, Creed I, Weber M. Landscape consequences of aggregation rules for functional equivalence in compensatory mitigation programs. Conservation Biology.

Chu C, Lester NP, Giacomini HC, Shuter BJ and Jackson DA. Biomass Size Spectra As Ecological Indicators Across Broad Environmental and Anthropogenic Gradient.  Can.J. Fish Aquat Sci. March 2015.

Creed IF, McKnight DM, Pellerin B, Green MB, Bergamaschi B, Aiken G, Findlay SEG, Burns D, Shanley J, Striegl R, Aulenbach B, Clow D, Laudon H, McGlynn B, McGuire K, Smith R, Stackpoole S. Tracking dissolved organic matter from mountains to the sea: revisiting the river continuum concept. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.

Creed IF, Hwang T, Lutz B, Way D. Submitted Revisions. Tracking dissolved organic matter from mountains to the sea: revisiting the river continuum concept. Hydrological Processes.

Dieleman CM, Branfireun BA, and Lindo Z. (2016) The push, the point, the plunge: defining the mechanisms behind shifts in peatland stable states. Ecosystems.  (under review)

Edge CB, Jackson D, Fortin MJ,  Stanfield L, Lawrie D, and Shrestha N. The differential effects of fragmentation and landcover change on beta diversity of stream fish assemblages. (under review)

Hepburn L, Edge CB, Fortin MJ, Jackson DA, and Shrestha N.  Functional connectivity for a mobile anuran in an urban watershed: The importance of traffic volume and future urban development. (under review)

Kerckhove DT, Milne S, Shuter BJ. The Seasonal Variation in Size-Spectrum Slopes within Lakes and the Capacity to Detect Environmental Change.  Can. J. Fish Aquat Sci

Lamothe KL and Sutherland IJ. Integrating intermediate services, final services, and resilience theory for ecosystem management.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

McCarter C, Price J. The transport dynamics of chloride and sodium in a ladder fen during a continuous wastewater polishing experiment. Journal of Hydrology. (accepted, pending revision).

Messager M, Lehner B, Grill G, Nedeva I, Schmitt O. How much water resides in lakes? Estimating the abundance and age of global lake volume. (under review)




En préparation

Accantino F, Weber M, and Creed I. The effects of aggregation schemes on restoration outcomes in multi-functional ecosystems. Ecological Indicators.

Branfireun BA, McLaughlin JW, and Lindo Z. Lower water tables, not higher temperature, drives increased methylmercury in peatland pore waters under climate change. Nature Geoscience.

Creed IF, Weber ML, Accatino F, Buttle JM, Kidd KA, Kreutzweiser DP, Richardson JS, Sibley PK. Managing forests for water – The not so secret services of forest. Forests. Special Issue on Water.

Creed IF. Hydrological and biogeochemical responses to climate change in eastern temperate forests.

Dieleman, CM*, McLaughlin JW, Lindo Z, Branfireun BA. Climate change drives shifts in both the quantity and quality of peatland dissolved organic carbon. Global Biogeochemical Cycles.

Dieleman, CM*, McLaughlin JW, Lindo Z, Branfireun BA. Warmer and drier northern peats are not subject to runaway decomposition under future climate conditions. Soil Biology and Biochemistry.

Edge CB, Jackson D, Fortin MJ, Stanfield L, Lawrie D, and  Shrestha N. Reconciling aquatic and terrestrial conservation priorities in urban settings.

Guo J, Creed I, Buttle J. Hydrological landscape classification assess flow regime to climate variability in Ontario, Canada.

Lamothe K, Sutherland I. Understanding the ecology of intermediate service bundles is key for managing resilience and final services.

Lamothe K, Sutherland I. Should final ecosystem services be the focus? Understanding interactions among intermediate services is key for maintaining resilience and final services.

Lamothe K, Jackson D, Somers K. Utilizing gradient simulations for quantifying community-level resistance and resilience

Lamothe K, Jackson D, Somers K. Quantifying resistance and resilience of Ontario zooplankton communities to anthropogenic acidification.

Lamothe K, Jackson D, Somers K. Nonrandom patterns of functional redundancy in Ontario freshwater lake fish communities across environmental gradients.

Lamothe, K, Dong H, Senar O, Teichert S, Creed I, Kreutzweiser D, Schmiegelow F, Venier L. Non-provisioning ecosystem services as a driver of change in the Boreal zone, Canada.

Leibowitz SG, Rains M, Creed I, Weber M, Aldred D, Jones C, Hill R, Christens J. Wetland hydrological connectivity: a classification approach and continental assessment.

 McKnight DM, Creed IF, Findlay SEG, Aiken G, Aulenbach B, Bergamashi B, Burns D, Clow D, Green M, Hirsch R, Laudon H, McGlynn B, McGuire K, Pellerin B, Shanley J, Smith R, Stackpoole S, Striegl R. Blending (or cherry-picking) from multiple conceptual models is necessary to encompass current understanding of dissolved organic matter patterns in major river basins.

Melles SJ, and Ouellet Dallaire C.  Problems  of pattern, scale, and predictability: land versus water.  (in preparation for Nature Geoscience)

Moreira W, and Peres-Neto PR. A GLM multi-species variation partitioning framework. (manuscript completed and will be submitted shortly)

Novodvorsky NM, Bailey JL, and  Reynoldson TB. 2014. Geographic Expansion of Benthic Invertebrate RCA predictive models: How Far Can We Go? (two articles in prep from her MSc thesis)

Ouellet Dallaire C, Lehner B, et al.: Global river reach classification at high spatial resolution.

Paltsev A, Creed I. Mapping changes in lake trophic status in temperate forests.

Spargo A, Creed IF, Jones J, Buttle J, with LTER Network Scientists:  Adams M, Beall F, Booth E, Campbell J, Clow D, Covich A, Elder K, Ford C, Grimm N, Pike R, Saha A,  Sebestyen S, Sterling S,  Williams M, Winkler R, Yao H. Exploring patterns in water partitioning from headwater catchments under climate warming across broad geographic gradients.

Thompson D, Swystun T, Cross J, Cross R, Charttrand D, Edge C. Fine-Scale Movements and Habitat Utilization by Wood Turtles (Glyptemys insculpta) Based on Probabilistic Modeling of GPS-telemetry Data. Herpetological Conservation and Biology.

Thompson D, Edge C, Swystun T, Cross J, Cross R, Charttrand D. Course-scale movement, habitat utilization and habitat selection by wood turtles (Glyptemys insculpta) in two watersheds of the eastern boreal forest transition ecozone. Herpetological Conservation and Biology.

Tomscha S, Chamberlain B, Gergel S. Aesthetics, ecosystem services and cultural landscapes: Is there any concordance?

Tomscha S, Gergel S, Tomlinson M. The spatial organization of ecosystem services in river-floodplains. (in press)

Whittington P, Richardson M, Johnston T, Bhavsar S, Gunn J,and Branfireun B. Trends in fish mercury concentrations in Ontario Rivers for Walleye and Northern Pike part I: Spatial and Temporal trends.

Whittington P, Richardson M, Johnston T, Bhavsar S, Gunn J,and Branfireun B. Trends in fish mercury concentrations in Ontario Rivers for Walleye and Northern Pike part II: climate controls.




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