321. O'Donnell, D. M. and S. W. Effler. 2014. Tracking status and processes in an urban lake through 14 years of automated profiling. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (in review). [Keywords: lake/monitoring]

 320. Peng, F. and S. W. Effler. 2013. Light-absorbing properties of mineral particles in the Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research [Keywords: Great Lakes/lake/optics/particle]

 319. Rowell, C. H., R. Bopp, F. Peng, D. J. Velinsky and J. A. Bloomfield. 2013. Varved sediments in Onondaga Lake, NY: a year by year record throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Journal of Paleolimnology (in review). [Keywords: lake/NY/Onondaga Lake/sediment/sediments]

 318. Prestigiacomo, A. R., S. W. Effler and D. A. Matthews. 2013. Resolution and analysis of spatial variations and patterns in an urban lake with rapid profiling instrumentation. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (in preparation). [Keywords: analysis/lake/Onondaga Lake/plunging inflow]

 317. Effler, S. W., A. R. Prestigiacomo and F. Peng. 2013. Partitioning the contributions of minerogenic particles and bioseston to particulate phosphorus and turbidity. Inland Waters (in review). [Keywords: Cayuga Lake/optics/particle/phosphorus/turbidity]

 316. Todorova, S. G., C. T. Driscoll, S. W. Effler, D. Gindlesperger and D. Todorova. 2013. Changes in the long-term supply of mercury species to the upper mixed waters of a recovering lake. Environmental Pollution (accepted). [Keywords: lake/mercury/Onondaga Lake/water]

 315. Effler, S. W. and F. Peng. 2014. Long-term study of minerogenic particle optics in Cayuga Lake, New York. Limnology and Oceanography 59(2):325-339. [Keywords: Cayuga Lake/optics/particle]

 314. Pierson, D. C., N. R. Samal, E. M. Owens, E. M. Schneiderman and M. S. Zion. 2013. Changes in the timing of snowmelt and the seasonality of nutrient loading: Can models simulate the impacts on freshwater trophic status? Hydrological Processes 27(21):3083-3093. [Keywords: NYCDEP]

 313. Samal, N. R., A. H. Matonse, R. Mukundan, M. S. Zion, D. C. Pierson, R. K. Gelda and E. M. Schneiderman. 2013. Modelling potential effects of climate change on winter turbidity loading in the Ashokan Reservoir, NY. Hydrological Processes 27(11):3061-3074. [Keywords: Ashokan/Ashokan Reservoir/CE-QUAL-W2/Climate/loading/NY/NYCDEP/reservoir/turbidity]

 312. Kalenak, D., E. Boss and S. W. Effler. 2013. Inherent optical properties of suspended particulates in four temperate lakes: Application of in situ spectroscopy. Hydrobiologia 713(1):127-148. [Keywords: lake/Onondaga Lake/optical/Otisco Lake/Owasco Lake/Skaneateles Lake]

 311. Owens, E. M., S. W. Effler, D. M. O'Donnell and D. A. Matthews. 2013. Modeling the fate and transport of plunging inflows to Onondaga Lake. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (in press). [Keywords: lake/Modeling/Onondaga Lake/plunging inflow/transport]

 310. Perkins, M. G., S. W. Effler and C. M. Strait. 2013. Phytoplankton absorption and the chlorophyll a-specific absorption coefficient in dynamic Onondaga Lake. Inland Waters (in review). [Keywords: absorption/chlorophyll/lake/Onondaga Lake/optics/phytoplankton]

 309. Lee, Z., N. Pahlevan, Y.-H. Ahn, S. Greb and D. M. O'Donnell. 2013. Robust approach to directly measuring water-leaving radiance in the field. Applied Optics 52(8):1693-1701. [Keywords: Great Lakes/Green Bay/Lake Michigan/optics]

 308. Peng, F. and S. W. Effler. 2013. Spectral absorption properties of mineral particles in western Lake Erie: Insights from individual particle analysis. Limnology and Oceanography 58(5):1775-1789. [Keywords: absorption/analysis/Great Lakes/IPA/lake/Lake Erie/optics/particle]

 307. Gelda, R. K., S. W. Effler, A. R. Prestigiacomo, F. Peng, A. J. P. Effler, B. A. Wagner, M. G. Perkins, D. M. O'Donnell, S. M. O'Donnell and D. C. Pierson. 2013. Characterizations and modeling of turbidity in a water supply reservoir following an extreme runoff event. Inland Waters 3(3): 377-390. [Keywords: CE-QUAL-W2/Modeling/NYCDEP/reservoir/Rondout Reservoir/turbidity/water]

 306. O'Donnell, D. M., S. W. Effler, C. M. Strait, F. Peng and M. G. Perkins. 2013. Remote sensing reflectance in the Great Lakes: In situ measurements, closure analyses, and a forward model. Journal of Great Lakes Research 39(Supplement 1):137-150. [Keywords: Great Lakes/lake/model]

 305. Mouw, C. B., H. Chen, G. A. McKinley, S. W. Effler, D. M. O'Donnell, M. G. Perkins and C. M. Strait. 2013. Evaluation and optimization of bio-optical inversion algorithms for remote sensing of Lake Superior's optical properties. Journal of Geophysical Research 118(1696):1714 [Keywords: Great Lakes/lake/Lake Superior/optical/optics/optimization]

 304. Effler, S. W., D. M. O'Donnell, A. R. Prestigiacomo, D. C. Pierson, M. S. Zion, G. W. Pyke and W. J. Weiss. 2013. Robotic monitoring for turbidity management in a multiple reservoir water supply. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management (in review). [Keywords: management/monitoring/NYCDEP/reservoir/robotic/turbidity/water]

 303. Peng, F. and S. W. Effler. 2013. Light scattering and Secchi depth in an oligotrophic lake: Insights from an individual particle analysis technique. Inland Waters 3(1):25-38. [Keywords: analysis/diatoms/Finger Lakes/IPA/lake/light/Mie Theory/optics/particle/scattering/Skaneateles Lake/water]

 302. Matthews, D. A., D. B. Babcock, J. G. Nolan, A. R. Prestigiacomo, S. W. Effler, C. T. Driscoll, S. G. Todorova and K. M. Kuhr. 2013. Whole-lake nitrate addition for control of methylmercury in mercury-contaminated Onondaga Lake, NY. Environmental Research 125:52-60. [Keywords: lake/nitrate/nitrogen/NY/Onondaga Lake]

 301. Effler, S. W., F. Peng, D. M. O'Donnell and C. M. Strait. 2013. The backscattering coefficient and its components in the Great Lakes: A review and synthesis. Journal of Great Lakes Research 39(Supplement 1):108-122. [Keywords: backscattering/Great Lakes/lake]

 300. Perkins, M. G., S. W. Effler, F. Peng, D. M. O'Donnell and C. M. Strait. 2013. Light-absorbing components in the Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 39(Supplement 1):123-136. [Keywords: Great Lakes/lake]

 299. O'Donnell, D. M., S. W. Effler, M. G. Perkins and C. M. Strait. 2013. Optical characterization of Lake Champlain: Spatial heterogeneity and closure. Journal of Great Lakes Research 39(2013):247-258. [Keywords: Champlain/lake/optical/optics]

 298. Owens, E. M., S. W. Effler, D. A. Matthews and A. R. Prestigiacomo. 2013. Evaluation of offshore wastewater outfall and diffuser for Onondaga Lake, NY. Journal of Water Resource and Protection 5(9A):1-15. [Keywords: wastewater/Onondaga Lake/lake/NY/water/environment]

 297. O'Donnell, D. M., S. W. Effler, M. G. Perkins, C. M. Strait, Z. Lee and S. Greb. 2013. Resolution of optical gradients and pursuit of optical closure for Green Bay, Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research 39(Supplement 1):161-172. [Keywords: Great Lakes/Green Bay/lake/Lake Michigan/optical/optics]

 296. Gelda, R. K., E. M. Owens, D. A. Matthews, S. W. Effler, S. C. Chapra, M. T. Auer and R. K. Gawde. 2013. Modeling effects of sediment diagenesis on recovery of hypolimnetic oxygen. Journal of Environmental Engineering 139(1):44-53. [Keywords: diagenesis/hypolimnetic/model/Modeling/Onondaga Lake/oxygen/sediment]

 295. Effler, S. W., D. A. Matthews and C. A. Hurteau. 2012. Deposition signatures in Onondaga Lake, New York: Observations from a 28-year sediment-trap study. Limnology and Oceanography 57(5):1531-1543. [Keywords: deposition/Onondaga Lake/lake/New York/sediment trap/trap]

 294. Chapra, S. C., M. T. Auer, R. K. Gawde and R. K. Gelda. 2012. Modeling lake sediment diagenesis in a management context. Journal of Environmental Engineering (accepted). [Keywords: deposition/diagenesis/lake/management/model/Modeling/sed2k/sediment]

 293. Gelda, R. K., S. W. Effler, D. A. Matthews, E. M. Owens, C. A. Hurteau, S. C. Chapra, M. T. Auer, R. K. Gawde and C. H. Rowell. 2012. Calibration and application of a sediment accumulation rate model - a case study. Inland Waters 2(1):23-36. [Keywords: lake/Modeling/Onondaga Lake/sed2k/sediment/sediment trap/trap]

 292. Effler, S. W. and F. Peng. 2012. Light-scattering components and Secchi depth implications in Onondaga Lake, New York, USA. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 179(4):251-265. [Keywords: lake/New York/Onondaga Lake/optics]

 291. Effler, S. W., C. M. Strait, M. G. Perkins and D. M. O'Donnell. 2012. Optical characterization and tests of closure for Oneida Lake, New York, U.S.A. Inland Waters 2(4):211-228. [Keywords: lake/New York/Oneida Lake/optical/optics]

 290. Peng, F. and S. W. Effler. 2012. Mass-specific scattering coefficient for natural minerogenic particle populations: particle size distribution effect and closure analyses. Applied Optics 51(13):2236-2249. [Keywords: Ashokan Reservoir/Esopus/NY/NYCDEP/optics/particle/scattering]

 289. Effler, S. W., A. J. P. Effler, A. R. Prestigiacomo, M. G. Perkins and C. T. Driscoll. 2011. Effects of Intervening Cross Lake on the Seneca River, New York. River Systems 19(4):301-314. [Keywords: Cross/Cross Lake/lake/New York/river/Seneca River]

 288. Peng, F. and S. W. Effler. 2011. Characterizations of the light-scattering attributes of mineral particles in Lake Ontario and the effects of whiting. Journal of Great Lakes Research 37(4):672-682. [Keywords: Great Lakes/lake/Lake Ontario/particle/whiting]

 287. Auer, M. T., G. A. Galicinao, D. A. Matthews, C. T. Driscoll, S. C. Chapra, S. W. Effler and S. G. Todorova. 2014. Response of sediment methylmercury flux to nitrate and oxygen amendment as determined through microcosm incubations. Water Research (in review). [Keywords: mercury/nitrate/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake/oxygen]

 286. Gelda, R. K., S. W. Effler and F. Peng. 2012. Modeling turbidity and the effects of alum application for a water supply reservoir. Journal of Environmental Engineering 138(1):38-47. [Keywords: CE-QUAL-W2/Kensico/Modeling/NYCDEP/turbidity/water]

 285. Effler, S. W., S. M. O'Donnell, A. R. Prestigiacomo, D. A. Matthews and M. T. Auer. 2013. Retrospective analyses of inputs of municipal wastewater effluent and coupled impacts on an urban lake. Water Environment Research 85(1):13-26. [Keywords: eutrophication/lake/Metro/Onondaga Lake/wastewater]

 284. Effler, S. W., M. T. Auer, F. Peng, M. G. Perkins, S. M. O'Donnell, A. R. Prestigiacomo, D. A. Matthews, P. A. DePetro, R. S. Lambert and N. M. Minott. 2012. Factors diminishing the effectiveness of phosphorus loading from municipal waste effluent: Critical information for TMDL analyses. Water Environment Research 84(3):254-264. [Keywords: eutrophication/loading/Metro/Onondaga Lake/phosphorus]

 283. Effler, S. W., A. R. Prestigiacomo, D. A. Matthews and F. Peng. 2012. Sources and sinks of phosphorus for a perturbed stream and the effects of mineral deposits. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48(2):321-335. [Keywords: nine mile creek/Onondaga Lake/phosphorus]

 282. Driscoll, C. T., A. Lee, M. Montesdeoca, D. A. Matthews and S. W. Effler. 2013. Mobilization of toxicity potential of aluminum from alum floc deposits in Kensico Reservoir, NY. Journal of the American Water Resources Association [Keywords: aluminum/Kensico/mobilization/NY/NYCDEP/reservoir]

 281. Effler, S. W., M. E. Spada, R. K. Gelda, D. A. Matthews, S. M. O'Donnell, N. G. Hairston and C. M. Kearns. 2012. A twenty-five year record of Daphnia and coupled metabolic signatures in Onondaga Lake, New York. Fundamental and Applied Limnology (in review). [Keywords: lake/Onondaga Lake/zooplankton]

 280. O'Donnell, D. M., S. W. Effler, C. M. Strait and G. A. Leshkevich. 2010. Optical characterizations and pursuit of optical closure for the western basin of Lake Erie through in situ measurements. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36(1):736-746. [Keywords: lake/Lake Erie/optical/optics]

 278. Effler, S. W., A. R. Prestigiacomo, A. J. P. Effler and C. T. Driscoll. 2010. Water quality patterns in a river-lake system from multiple drivers (Three Rivers, New York State). River Systems 19(1):75-94. [Keywords: Cross Lake/eutrophication/New York/river/Seneca River/water/water quality]

 277. Effler, S. W. and S. M. O'Donnell. 2010. A long-term record of epilimnetic phosphorus patterns in recovering Onondaga Lake, New York. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 177/1:1-18. [Keywords: lake/New York/Onondaga Lake/phosphorus]

 276. Effler, S. W., A. R. Prestigiacomo, F. Peng and D. C. Pierson. 2010. Comparison of light scattering and total suspended solids as metrics in minerogenic sediment dominated tributaries and reservoirs. Lake and Reservoir Management (in review). [Keywords: Ashokan/Esopus/light/NYCDEP/reservoir/scattering/Schoharie/suspended solids/tributary/turbidity]

 275. Effler, S. W., M. G. Perkins, F. Peng, C. M. Strait, A. D. Weidemann and M. T. Auer. 2010. Light-absorbing components in Lake Superior. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36(4):656-665. [Keywords: absorption/lake/Lake Superior/light/optics/Superior]

 274. Peng, F. and S. W. Effler. 2010. Characterizations of individual suspended mineral particles in western Lake Erie: Implications for light scattering and water clarity. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36(4):686-698. [Keywords: backscattering/clarity/lake/Lake Erie/Mie Theory/optical/optics/particle/scattering/water/light]

 273. Perkins, M. G., S. W. Effler and C. M. Strait. 2010. Light absorption components in Onondaga Lake, New York, U.S.A. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 176(3):209-223. [Keywords: absorption/lake/light/New York/Onondaga Lake/optics]

 272. Effler, S. W., S. M. O'Donnell, A. R. Prestigiacomo, D. M. O'Donnell, D. A. Matthews, E. M. Owens and A. J. P. Effler. 2009. Tributary plunging in an urban lake (Onondaga Lake): Drivers, signatures, and implications. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 45(5):1127-1141. [Keywords: lake/Onondaga Lake/plunging inflow/tributary/turbidity]

 271. O'Donnell, S. M., D. M. O'Donnell, E. M. Owens, S. W. Effler, A. R. Prestigiacomo and D. M. Baker. 2010. Variations in the stratification regime of Onondaga Lake: Patterns, modeling, and implications. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 176(1):11-27. [Keywords: stratification/Onondaga Lake/lake/Modeling]

 270. Effler, S. W., A. R. Prestigiacomo, D. A. Matthews, R. K. Gelda, F. Peng, E. A. Cowen and S. A. Schweitzer. 2010. Tripton, trophic state metrics, and near-shore versus pelagic zone responses to external loads in Cayuga Lake, New York. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 178(1):1-15. [Keywords: Cayuga Lake/eutrophication/Finger Lakes/lake/loads/Modeling/New York/NY/tripton]

 269. Effler, S. W., A. R. Prestigiacomo, D. A. Matthews, E. M. Michelanko and D. J. Hughes. 2009. Partitioning phosphorus concentrations and loads in tributaries of recovering urban lake. Lake and Reservoir Management 25(3):225-239. [Keywords: lake/loads/Onondaga Lake/phosphorus/tributary]

 268. Effler, S. W., S. M. O'Donnell, A. R. Prestigiacomo, D. M. O'Donnell, R. K. Gelda and D. A. Matthews. 2010. The effect of municipal wastewater effluent on nitrogen levels in Onondaga Lake, a 36-year record. Water Environment Research 82(1):3-19. [Keywords: lake/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake/wastewater]

 267. Hurteau, C. A., D. A. Matthews and S. W. Effler. 2010. A retrospective analysis of solids deposition in Onondaga Lake, New York: Composition, temporal patterns, and drivers. Lake and Reservoir Management 26(1):43-53. [Keywords: analysis/deposition/eutrophication/lake/New York/Onondaga Lake]

 266. Matthews, D. A., S. M. O'Donnell, S. W. Effler, E. M. Owens, C. A. Hurteau and A. R. Prestigiacomo. 2013. Density, salinity, and entry depths of municipal wastewater in an urban lake. Water Environment Research (in review). [Keywords: density/lake/Metro/Onondaga Lake/salinity/wastewater]

 265. Matthews, D. A. and S. W. Effler. 2013. Metro gets the P out: Early responses of Onondaga Lake to improved wastewater treatment. Inland Waters (in preparation). [Keywords: Onondaga Lake/lake/wastewater]

 264. Pierson, D. C., R. K. Gelda, S. W. Effler, D. M. O'Donnell and A. R. Prestigiacomo. 2008. Use of automated monitoring to estimate the load of turbidity entering a drinking water reservoir. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 30(Part 1):113-116. [Keywords: monitoring/NYCDEP/reservoir/turbidity/water]

 263. Peng, F., S. W. Effler, D. M. O'Donnell, A. D. Weidemann and M. T. Auer. 2009. Characterization of minerogenic particles in support of modeling light scattering in Lake Superior through a two-component approach. Limnology and Oceanography 54(4):1369-1381. [Keywords: lake/light/Modeling/optics/particle/scattering/Superior]

 262. Effler, S. W., R. K. Gelda, M. G. Perkins, F. Peng, N. G. Hairston and C. M. Kearns. 2008. Patterns and modeling of the long-term optics record of Onondaga Lake, New York. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 172/3(August):217-237. [Keywords: Modeling/optics/Onondaga Lake/lake/New York]

 261. Gelda, R. K., S. W. Effler, F. Peng, E. M. Owens and D. C. Pierson. 2009. Turbidity model for Ashokan Reservoir, New York: Case Study. Journal of Environmental Engineering 135(9):885-895. [Keywords: Ashokan/Ashokan Reservoir/CE-QUAL-W2/model/New York/NY/NYCDEP/reservoir/robotic/turbidity/water]

 260. Perkins, M. G., S. W. Effler, C. M. Strait and L. Zhang. 2009. Light absorbing components in the Finger Lakes of New York. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 173/4:305-320. [Keywords: Finger Lakes/lake/light/New York/optics]

 259. Owens, E. M., R. Bookman, S. W. Effler, C. T. Driscoll, D. A. Matthews and A. J. P. Effler. 2009. Resuspension of mercury-contaminated sediments from an in-lake industrial deposit. Journal of Environmental Engineering 135(7):526-534. [Keywords: mercury/Onondaga Lake/resuspension/sediments]

 258. Peng, F., S. W. Effler, D. Pierson and D. G. Smith. 2009. Light-scattering features of turbidity-causing particles in interconnected reservoir basins and an intervening stream. Water Research 43(8):2280-2292. [Keywords: Ashokan/Kensico/NYCDEP/particle/reservoir/Schoharie/turbidity]

 257. Gons, H. J., M. T. Auer and S. W. Effler. 2007. MERIS satellite chlorophyll mapping of oligotrophic and eutrophic waters in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Remote Sensing of Environment 112(11):4098-4106. [Keywords: chlorophyll/eutrophic/Great Lakes/lake/water]

 256. Effler, S. W., E. M. Owens, D. A. Matthews, S. M. O'Donnell and J. M. Hassett. 2009. Effects of discharge of spent cooling water from an oligotrophic lake to a polluted eutrophic lake. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 135(2):96-106. [Keywords: eutrophic/eutrophication/lake/Onondaga Lake/water]

 255. Prestigiacomo, A. R., S. W. Effler, D. A. Matthews and L. J. Coletti. 2009. Nitrate and bisulfide: Monitoring and patterns in Onondaga Lake, New York, following implementation of nitification treatment. Water Environment Research 81(5):466-475. [Keywords: lake/New York/nitrate/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake]

 254. Bookman, R., C. T. Driscoll, D. R. Engstrom and S. W. Effler. 2008. Local to regional emission sources affecting mercury fluxes to New York Lakes. Atmospheric Environment 42(24):6088-6097. [Keywords: mercury/New York/lake]

 253. Gelda, R. K. and S. W. Effler. 2008. Probabilistic model for temperature and turbidity in a reservoir withdrawal. Lake and Reservoir Management 24(3):219-230. [Keywords: CE-QUAL-W2/model/NYCDEP/probabilistic/reservoir/Schoharie/temperature/turbidity]

 252. Todorova, S. G., C. T. Driscoll, D. A. Matthews, S. W. Effler, M. E. Hines and E. A. Henry. 2009. Evidence for Regulation of Monomethyl Mercury by Nitrate in a Seasonally Stratified, Eutrophic Lake. Environmental Science & Technology 43(17):6572-6578. [Keywords: anoxic/deposition/ecosystems/environment/eutrophic/hypolimnetic/lake/mass/mercury/nitrate/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake/organic matter/redox/regulation/sulfate/sulfate reduction]

 251. Peng, F., S. W. Effler, D. M. O'Donnell, M. G. Perkins and A. D. Weidemann. 2007. Role of minerogenic particles in light scattering in lakes and a river in Central New York. Applied Optics 46(26):6577-6594. [Keywords: Cross/Finger Lakes/lake/light/New York/Onondaga Lake/optics/Otisco Lake/Owasco Lake/particle/river/scattering/Seneca Lake/Seneca River/Skaneateles Lake]

 250. Matthews, D. A., S. W. Effler, S. M. O'Donnell, C. T. Driscoll and C. M. Matthews. 2008. Electron budgets for the hypolimnion of a recovering urban lake, 1989-2004: Response to changes in organic carbon deposition and availability of electron acceptors. Limnology and Oceanography 53(2):743-759. [Keywords: budget/Carbon/deposition/eutrophication/lake/Onondaga Lake]

 249. Prestigiacomo, A. R., S. W. Effler, D. M. O'Donnell, D. G. Smith and D. Pierson. 2008. Turbidity and temperature patterns in a reservoir and its primary tributary from robotic monitoring: Implications for managing the quality of withdrawals. Lake and Reservoir Management 24(3):231-243. [Keywords: management/monitoring/NYCDEP/reservoir/robotic/Schoharie/temperature/tributary/turbidity]

 248. Effler, S. W., F. Peng and R. K. Gelda. 2007. Size distributions and light scattering features of minerogenic particles in a stream during runoff events. Journal of Environmental Engineering 133(9):931-940. [Keywords: analysis/light/NYCDEP/particle/reservoir/scattering/Schoharie/turbidity]

 247. Effler, S. W. and D. A. Matthews. 2008. Implications of redox processes for the rehabilitation of an urban lake, Onondaga Lake, NY. Lake and Reservoir Management 24:122-138. [Keywords: eutrophication/lake/NY/Onondaga Lake/redox/reduced species]

 246. Denkenberger, J. S., C. T. Driscoll, S. W. Effler, D. M. O'Donnell and D. A. Matthews. 2007. Comparisons of an urban lake targeted for rehabilitation and a reference lake based on robotic monitoring. Lake and Reservoir Management 23:11-26. [Keywords: Finger Lakes/lake/monitoring/Onondaga Lake/Otisco Lake/robotic]

 245. Perkins, M. G., S. W. Effler, F. Peng, D. Pierson, D. G. Smith and Y. C. Agrawal. 2007. Particle characterization and settling velocities for a water supply reservoir during a turbidity event. Journal of Environmental Engineering 133(8):800-808. [Keywords: Kensico/NYCDEP/particle/reservoir/settling/turbidity/water]

 244. Peng, F. and S. W. Effler. 2007. Suspended minerogenic particles in a reservoir: light scattering features from individual particle analysis. Limnology and Oceanography 52(1):204-216. [Keywords: analysis/light/NYCDEP/optics/particle/reservoir/scattering/Schoharie/turbidity]

 243. Denkenberger, J. S., D. M. O'Donnell, C. T. Driscoll and S. W. Effler. 2007. Robotic monitoring to assess impacts of zebra mussels and assimilative capacity for a river. Journal of Environmental Engineering 133(5):498-506. [Keywords: monitoring/river/robot/robotic/Seneca River/zebra mussel]

 242. Gelda, R. K. and S. W. Effler. 2007. Simulation of operations and water quality performance of reservoir multi-level intake configurations. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 133(1):78-86. [Keywords: CE-QUAL-W2/Modeling/NYCDEP/optimization/reservoir/Schoharie/Schoharie Reservoir/turbidity/water/water quality]

 241. Matthews, D. A., S. W. Effler and C. M. Matthews. 2005. Long-term trends in methane flux from the sediments of Onondaga Lake, NY: Sediment diagenesis and impacts on dissolved oxygen resources. Arch. Hydrobiol. 163(4):435-462. [Keywords: methane/sediments/Onondaga Lake/lake/NY/diagenesis/dissolved oxygen/oxygen]

 240. Gelda, R. K. and S. W. Effler. 2007. Modeling turbidity in a water supply reservoir: Advancements and issues. Journal of Environmental Engineering 133(2):139-148. [Keywords: CE-QUAL-W2/Modeling/NYCDEP/reservoir/Schoharie/turbidity/water]

 239. Effler, S. W., D. M. O'Donnell, F. Peng, A. R. Prestigiacomo, M. G. Perkins and C. T. Driscoll. 2006. The diagnostic value of robotic monitoring of turbidity in a polluted lake. Lake and Reservoir Management 22(3):199-212. [Keywords: monitoring/turbidity/Onondaga Lake/robotic]

 238. Owens, E. M. 2009. Observation and simulation of surface waves in two water supply reservoirs. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering Division ASCE 135(8):663-670. [Keywords: Cannonsville/hydrodynamics/NYCDEP/reservoir/resuspension/Schoharie/water/waves]

 237. Prestigiacomo, A. R., S. W. Effler, D. M. O'Donnell, J. M. Hassett, E. M. Michelanko, Z. Lee and A. D. Weidemann. 2007. Turbidity and suspended solids levels and loads in a sediment enriched stream: implications for impacted lotic and lentic ecosystems. Lake and Reservoir Management 23:231-244. [Keywords: loads/monitoring/NY/Onondaga Lake/robotic/suspended solids/turbidity/water/water quality]

 236. O'Donnell, S. M., R. K. Gelda, S. W. Effler and D. C. Pierson. 2011. Testing and application of a transport model for runoff event inputs for a water supply reservoir. Journal of Environmental Engineering 137(8):678-688. [Keywords: CE-QUAL-W2/density/Modeling/NYCDEP/reservoir/Schoharie/transport/model/water]

 235. Owens, E. M., S. W. Effler, A. R. Prestigiacomo, D. A. Matthews and S. M. O'Donnell. 2012. Observations and modeling of stream plunging in an urban lake. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48(4):707-721. [Keywords: Modeling/Onondaga Lake/plunging inflow]

 234. Rucinski, D. K., D. W. Watkins, Jr., M. T. Auer and S. W. Effler. 2010. Dual discharge approach to accessing assimilative capacity. Probabilistic analysis and management application. Journal of Environmental Engineering 136(7):666-673. [Keywords: analysis/management/Onondaga Lake/probabilistic/Seneca River/water]

 233. Lewis, G. N., M. T. Auer, X. Xiang and M. R. Penn. 2007. Modeling phosphorus flux in the sediments of Onondaga Lake : Insights on the timing of lake response and recovery. Ecological Modelling 209:121-135. [Keywords: Modeling/phosphorus/lake/sediments/Onondaga Lake]

 232. Owens, E. M., R. K. Gelda, S. W. Effler, P. J. Rusello, E. A. Cowen and D. C. Pierson. 2011. Modeling resuspension in a dynamic water supply reservoir. Journal of Environmental Engineering 137(7):585-595. [Keywords: Modeling/NYCDEP/reservoir/resuspension/Schoharie/turbidity/water]

 231. Matthews, D. A. and S. W. Effler. 2006. Long-term assessment of the oxygen resources of a recovering urban lake, Onondaga Lake, NY. Lake and Reservoir Management 22:19-32. [Keywords: oxygen/lake/Onondaga Lake/NY]

 230. Effler, S. W., A. R. Prestigiacomo, F. Peng, K. B. Bulygina and D. G. Smith. 2006. Resolution of turbidity patterns from runoff events in a water supply reservoir, and the advantages of in situ beam attenuation measurements. Lake and Reservoir Management 22(1):79-93. [Keywords: attenuation/light/NYCDEP/reservoir/scattering/Schoharie/turbidity/water]

 229. Gelda, R. K. and S. W. Effler. 2007. Testing and application of a two-dimensional hydrothermal model for a water supply reservoir: Implications of sedimentation. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science 6(1):73-84. [Keywords: CE-QUAL-W2/hydrothermal/model/NYCDEP/reservoir/Schoharie/sedimentation/water]

 228. O'Donnell, D. M. and S. W. Effler. 2006. Resolution of impacts of runoff events on a water supply reservoir with a robotic monitoring network. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 42(2):323-335. [Keywords: monitoring/NYCDEP/optical/reservoir/robotic/Schoharie/turbidity/water]

 227. Effler, S. W., D. A. Matthews, J. Kaser, A. R. Prestigiacomo and D. G. Smith. 2006. Runoff event impacts on a water supply reservoir: Suspended sediment loading, turbid plume behavior, and sediment deposition. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 42(6):1697-1710. [Keywords: density/deposition/loading/NYCDEP/optics/reservoir/Schoharie/suspended solids/turbidity/water]

 226. Peng, F. and S. W. Effler. 2005. Inorganic tripton in the Finger Lakes of New York: Importance to optical characteristics. Hydrobiologia 543(1):259-277. [Keywords: Finger Lakes/lake/tripton/New York/optical]

 225. Effler, S. W., R. K. Gelda, S. D. Field, A. J. P. Effler, E. B. Wallenberg and D. A. Matthews. 2005. Changes in primary production in Onondaga Lake, NY: Magnitude, metrics, and drivers. Lake and Reservoir Management 21(1):49-60. [Keywords: Onondaga Lake/lake/NY/productivity]

 224. Effler, S. W., R. K. Gelda, M. G. Perkins and D. M. O'Donnell. 2005. Modeling light attenuation, secchi disk, and effects of tripton in Seneca River, New York, USA. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 41(4):971-984. [Keywords: attenuation/light/light attenuation/Modeling/New York/NY/river/Seneca River/tripton]

 223. Matthews, D. A. and S. W. Effler. 2006. Long-term changes in the areal hypolimnetic oxygen deficit (AHOD) of Onondaga Lake: Evidence of sediment feedback. Limnology and Oceanography 51((1, part 2)):702-714. [Keywords: oxygen/Onondaga Lake/lake]

 222. Peng, F., D. L. Johnson and S. W. Effler. 2004. Characterization of inorganic particles in selected reservoirs and tributaries of the New York City water supply. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40:663-676. [Keywords: Ashokan/New York/NYCDEP/particle/reservoir/Schoharie/tributary/turbidity/water]

 221. Rucinski, D. K., M. T. Auer, D. W. Watkins, Jr., S. W. Effler, S. M. O'Donnell and R. K. Gelda. 2007. Accessing Assimilative Capacity through a Dual Discharge Approach. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 133(6):474-485. [Keywords: management/mode/model/Onondaga Lake/robotic/Seneca River/water]

 220. Effler, S. W. and D. A. Matthews. 2004. Sediment resuspension and drawdown in a water supply reservoir. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40(1):251-264. [Keywords: Cannonsville/NYCDEP/reservoir/resuspension/turbidity/water]

 219. Effler, S. W., D. M. O'Donnell, D. A. Matthews, M. G. Perkins, S. M. O'Donnell, R. K. Gelda, A. R. Prestigiacomo, F. Peng, D. G. Smith, A. P. Bader and J. D. Mayfield. 2008. Insights for the structure of a reservoir turbidity model from monitoring and process studies. Lake and Reservoir Management 24:69-86. [Keywords: model/monitoring/NYCDEP/reservoir/Schoharie/transport/turbidity]

 218. Effler, S. W., D. M. O'Donnell, M. G. Perkins and D. G. Smith. 2004. Vertically detailed in situ measurements of gelbstoff: demonstrating the impact of a runoff event. Hydrobiologia 517:171-177. [Keywords: EOH/Gelbstoff/Muscoot/New Croton/NYCDEP/reservoir]

 217. Effler, S. W. and D. A. Matthews. 2003. Impacts of a soda ash facility on Onondaga Lake and the Seneca River, NY. Lake and Reservoir Management 19(4):285-306. [Keywords: lake/NY/Onondaga Lake/river/Seneca River]

 216. Effler, S. W., B. A. Wagner, D. M. O'Donnell, S. M. O'Donnell, D. A. Matthews, R. K. Gelda, C. M. Matthews and E. A. Cowen. 2004. An upwelling event at Onondaga Lake, NY: Characterization, impact and recurrence. Hydrobiologia 511:185-199. [Keywords: Onondaga Lake/lake/NY]

 215. Matthews, D. A., S. W. Effler, C. L. Stepczuk and J. P. Hassett. 2009. Origins and temporal and spatial patterns of THM precursors across a trophic state gradient of reservoirs. Journal of American Water Works Association (in preparation). [Keywords: Cannonsville/NYCDEP/reservoir/THM Precursors]

 214. Matthews, D. A. and S. W. Effler. 2003. Decrease in pollutant loading from residual soda ash production waste. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 146(1/4):55-73. [Keywords: industrial pollution/loading/Onondaga Lake]

 213. Effler, S. W., S. M. O'Donnell, D. A. Matthews, C. M. Matthews, D. M. O'Donnell, M. T. Auer and E. M. Owens. 2002. Limnological and loading information and a phosphorus total maximum daily load analysis for Onondaga Lake. Lake and Reservoir Management 18:87-108. [Keywords: loading/phosphorus/analysis/Onondaga Lake/lake/TMDL]

 212. Peng, F., D. L. Johnson and S. W. Effler. 2002. Suspensoids in New York City's drinking water reservoirs: Turbidity apportionment. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 38:1453-1465. [Keywords: Ashokan/New York/NYCDEP/reservoir/Schoharie/turbidity/water]

 211. Gelda, R. K. and S. W. Effler. 2002. Metabolic rate estimates for a eutrophic lake from diel dissolved oxygen signals. Hydrobiologia 485:51-66. [Keywords: dissolved oxygen/eutrophic/hypereutrophic/lake/Onondaga Lake/oxygen/productivity/robot/RUSS]

 210. Gelda, R. K. and S. W. Effler. 2002. Estimating oxygen exchange across the air-water interface of a hypereutrophic lake. Hydrobiologia 487(1):243-254. [Keywords: oxygen/Onondaga Lake/hypereutrophic/lake/RUSS]

 209. Effler, S. W., D. M. O'Donnell and C. J. Owen. 2002. America's most polluted lake: Using robotic buoys to monitor the rehabilitation of Onondaga Lake. Journal of Urban Technology 9(2):21-44. [Keywords: lake/monitoring/Onondaga Lake/RUSS/robotic]

 208. Spada, M. E., N. H. Ringler, S. W. Effler and D. A. Matthews. 2002. Invasion of Onondaga Lake, New York, by the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) following reductions in N pollution. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 21(4):634-650. [Keywords: Dreissena polymorpha/lake/New York/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake/zebra mussel]

 207. Effler, S. W., D. A. Matthews, M. G. Perkins, D. L. Johnson, F. Peng, M. R. Penn and M. T. Auer. 2002. Patterns and impacts of inorganic tripton in Cayuga Lake. Hydrobiologia 482:137-150. [Keywords: optics/phosphorus/Cayuga Lake/lake/tripton/Finger Lakes]

 206. Gelda, R. K. and S. W. Effler. 2002. A river water quality model for chlorophyll and dissolved oxygen that accommodates zebra mussel metabolism. Water Quality and Ecosystem Modeling 1(1-4):271-309. [Keywords: CE-QUAL-W2/chlorophyll/dissolved oxygen/model/oxygen/river/Seneca River/water/water quality/zebra mussel]

 205. Gelda, R. K., S. W. Effler and E. M. Owens. 2001. River dissolved oxygen model with zebra mussel oxygen demand (ZOD). Journal of Environmental Engineering 127(9):790-801. [Keywords: CE-QUAL-W2/dissolved oxygen/model/oxygen/river/Seneca River/zebra mussel]

 204. Matthews, D. A., S. W. Effler, C. M. Matthews (Brooks), C. A. Siegfried and M. E. Spada. 2001. Responses of Onondaga Lake, New York, to early stages of rehabilitation: Unanticipated ecosystem feedbacks. Water Environment Research 73(6):691-703. [Keywords: lake/New York/nitrogen/NY/Onondaga Lake]

 203. Effler, S. W., M. G. Perkins, N. Ohrazda, D. A. Matthews, R. K. Gelda, F. Peng, D. L. Johnson and C. L. Stepczuk. 2002. Tripton, transparency and light penetration in seven New York reservoirs. Hydrobiologia 468:213-232. [Keywords: light/New York/NYCDEP/optics/reservoir/transparency/tripton/turbidity]

 202. Effler, S. W. and D. M. O'Donnell. 2001. Resolution of spatial patterns in three reservoirs with rapid profiling instrumentation. Hydrobiologia 450:197-208. [Keywords: NYCDEP/optics/reservoir]

 201. Effler, S. W., D. A. Matthews and C. L. Stepczuk. 2001. A limnological analysis of six New York reservoirs. Lake and Reservoir Management (not submitted). [Keywords: analysis/New York/NYCDEP/reservoir]

 200. Effler, S. W., C. M. Matthews (Brooks) and D. A. Matthews. 2001. Patterns of gross deposition in reservoirs enriched in inorganic tripton. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58(11):2177-2188. [Keywords: deposition/New York/NYCDEP/reservoir/sediments/trap/tripton/turbidity]

 199. Cirmo, C. P., C. T. Driscoll and K. D. Bowes. 2000. Chemical fluxes from sediments in two adirondack wetlands: Effects of an acid-neutralization experiment. Soil Science Society of America Journal 64(March-April):790-799. [Keywords: Chemical/sediments/adirondack]

 198. Effler, S. W., R. K. Gelda and C. M. Matthews (Brooks). 2001. Implications of industrial loads for ammonia pollution in an urban lake. Water Environment Research 73(2):192-203. [Keywords: ammonia/lake/loads/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake/pollution]

 197. Effler, S. W., C. M. Brooks, M. G. Perkins, N. Ohrazda, D. A. Matthews, D. L. Johnson, M. T. Auer, J. A. Bloomfield and S. Quinn. 2000. The effects of terrigenous inputs on spatial patterns of water quality indicators in South Lake, Lake Champlain. Journal of Great Lakes Research 26:366-383. [Keywords: lake/Champlain/water/water quality]

 196. Effler, S. W., R. K. Gelda, J. A. Bloomfield, S. Quinn and D. L. Johnson. 2001. Modeling the effects of tripton on water clarity: Lake Champlain. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 127(4):224-234. [Keywords: Modeling/particle/water/clarity/lake/Champlain/tripton]

 195. Gelda, R. K. and S. W. Effler. 2003. Application of a probabilistic ammonia model: Identification of important model inputs and critique of a TMDL analysis for an urban lake. Lake and Reservoir Management 19(3):187-199. [Keywords: ammonia/analysis/identification/lake/management/model/Modeling/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake/probabilistic/TMDL]

 194. Gelda, R. K., S. W. Effler and S. M. O'Donnell. 2001. Probabilistic model of ammonia and toxicity status for urban lake. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 127(5):337-347. [Keywords: ammonia/lake/model/Modeling/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake/TMDL/probabilistic]

 193. Matthews, D. A., S. W. Effler and C. M. Matthews (Brooks). 2000. Ammonia and toxicity criteria in polluted Onondaga Lake, New York. Water Environment Research 72(6):731-741. [Keywords: Onondaga Lake/lake/ammonia/New York/nitrogen]

 192. Gelda, R. K., S. W. Effler and C. M. Brooks. 1999. Nitrite and the two stages of nitrification in nitrogen polluted Onondaga Lake, New York. Journal of Environmental Quality 28:1505-1517. [Keywords: nitrite/nitrification/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake/lake/NY/New York]

 191. Gelda, R. K., C. M. Brooks, S. W. Effler and M. T. Auer. 2000. Interannual variations in nitrification in a hypereutrophic urban lake: Occurrences and implications. Water Research 34(4):1107-1118. [Keywords: hypereutrophic/lake/nitrification/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake]

 190. Owens, E. M., S. W. Effler, S. M. Doerr, R. K. Gelda, E. M. Schneiderman, D. G. Lounsbury and C. L. Stepczuk. 1998. A strategy for reservoir model forecasting based on historic meteorological conditions. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):322-331. [Keywords: model/NYCDEP/probabilistic/reservoir]

 189. Gbondo-Tugbawa, S. S., J. A. McAlear, C. T. Driscoll and C. W. Sharpe. 2010. Total and methyl mercury transformations and mass loadings within a wastewater treatment plant and the impact of the effluent discharge to an alkaline hypereutrophic lake. Water Research 44(9):2863-2875. [Keywords: Allied/hypereutrophic/lake/loading/mass/mercury/New York/Onondaga Lake/wastewater/water]

 188. Effler, S. W., R. K. Gelda, M. G. Perkins, D. A. Matthews, E. M. Owens, C. Stepczuk and A. P. Bader. 1998. Characteristics and origins of metalimnetic dissolved oxygen minima in a eutrophic reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):332-343. [Keywords: dissolved oxygen/eutrophic/NYCDEP/oxygen/reservoir]

 187. Auer, M. T. and B. E. Forrer. 1998. Development and parameterization of a kinetic framework for modeling light- and phosphorus-limited phytoplankton growth in Cannonsville Reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):290-300. [Keywords: Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/light/Modeling/NYCDEP/phytoplankton/reservoir]

 186. Bagley, S. T., M. T. Auer, D. A. Stern and M. J. Babiera. 1998. Sources and fate of Giardia cysts and Cryptosporidium oocysts in surface waters. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):379-392. [Keywords: Cryptosporidium/Giardia/lake/NYCDEP/reservoir/water]

 185. Owens, E. M. 1998. Thermal and heat transfer characteristics of Cannonsville Reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):152-161. [Keywords: Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/NYCDEP/reservoir]

 184. Owens, E. M. 1998. Identification and analysis of hydrodynamic and transport characteristics of Cannonsville Reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):162-171. [Keywords: analysis/Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/identification/NYCDEP/reservoir/transport]

 183. Lorey, P. and C. T. Driscoll. 1999. Historical trends of mercury deposition in Adirondack lakes. Environmental Science & Technology 33:718-722. [Keywords: mercury/deposition/lake/adirondack]

 182. Effler, S. W., C. M. Matthews (Brooks) and C. T. Driscoll. 2001. Changes in deposition of phytoplankton constituents in a Ca2+ polluted lake. Environmental Science & Technology 35(15):3082-3088. [Keywords: deposition/settling/seston/calcium/lake/Onondaga Lake/Allied/phytoplankton]

 181. Driscoll, C. T., K. M. Postek, D. Mateti, K. Sequeira, J. D. Aber, W. J. Kretser, M. J. Mitchell and D. J. Raynal. 1998. The response of lake water in the adirondack region of New York to changes in acidic deposition. Environmental Science and Policy 1:185-198. [Keywords: lake/water/adirondack/New York/deposition]

 180. Auer, M. T., K. A. Tomasoski, M. J. Babiera, M. Needham, S. W. Effler, E. M. Owens and J. M. Hansen. 1998. Phosphorus bioavailability and P-cycling in Cannonsville Reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):278-289. [Keywords: bioavailability/Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/NYCDEP/phosphorus/reservoir]

 179. Effler, S. W., D. L. Johnson and C. W. Callinan. 2001. Selected features of Cayuga Lake from recent measurements. Lake and Reservoir Management (in review). [Keywords: lake/Cayuga Lake/Finger Lakes]

 178. Effler, S. W., D. A. Matthews, C. M. Matthews (Brooks), M. G. Perkins, C. A. Siegfried and J. M. Hassett. 2004. Water quality impacts and indicators of metabolic activity of the zebra mussel invasion of the Seneca River. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40(3):737-754. [Keywords: river/Seneca River/water/water quality/zebra mussel]

 177. Effler, S. W., S. R. Boone, C. A. Siegfried and S. L. Ashby. 1998. Dynamics of zebra mussel oxygen demand in Seneca River, New York. Environmental Science & Technology 32(6):807-812. [Keywords: New York/NY/oxygen/river/Seneca River/UFI177/zebra mussel]

 176. Effler, S. W., M. G. Perkins, N. Ohrazda, C. M. Brooks, B. A. Wagner, D. L. Johnson, F. Peng and A. Bennett. 1998. Turbidity and particle signatures imparted by runoff events in Ashokan Reservoir, NY. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):254-265. [Keywords: Ashokan/Ashokan Reservoir/NY/NYCDEP/particle/reservoir/turbidity/UFI176]

 175. Gbondo-Tugbawa, S. S. and C. T. Driscoll. 1998. Application of the Regional Mercury Cycling Model (RMCM) to predict the fate and remediation of mercury in Onondaga Lake. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 105(No. 1-2):417-426. [Keywords: mercury/model/Onondaga Lake/lake/Allied]

 174. Doerr, S. M., E. M. Owens, R. K. Gelda, M. T. Auer and S. W. Effler. 1998. Development and testing of a nutrient-phytoplankton model for Cannonsville Reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):301-321. [Keywords: Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/eutrophication/model/NYCDEP/reservoir/UFI174]

 173. Owens, E. M. 1998. Development and testing of one-dimensional hydrothermal models of Cannonsville Reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):172-185. [Keywords: Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/hydrodynamics/hydrothermal/model/models/NYCDEP/reservoir/stratification/UFI173]

 172. Bloom, N. S., G. Gill, S. Cappelino, C. Dobbs, L. McShea, C. T. Driscoll, R. Mason and J. Rudd. 1999. Speciation and Cycling of Mercury in Lavaca Bay, Texas, Sediments. Environmental Science & Technology 33(1):7-13. [Keywords: mercury/water/sediments/Lavaca Bay]

 171. Gelda, R. K., E. M. Owens and S. W. Effler. 1998. Calibration, verification, and an application of a two-dimensional hydrothermal model [CE-QUAL-W2(t)] for Cannonsville Reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):186-196. [Keywords: calibration/Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/CE-QUAL-W2/hydrodynamics/hydrothermal/model/NYCDEP/reservoir/stratification/UFI171/verification]

 170. Stepczuk, C. L., E. M. Owens, S. W. Effler, J. A. Bloomfield and M. T. Auer. 1998. A modeling analysis of THM precursors for a eutrophic reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):367-378. [Keywords: analysis/Cannonsville Reservoir/eutrophic/Modeling/NYCDEP/reservoir/THM Precursors/UFI170]

 169. Effler, S. W. and A. P. Bader. 1998. A limnological analysis of Cannonsville Reservoir, NY. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):125-139. [Keywords: analysis/Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/NY/NYCDEP/reservoir/UFI169]

 168. Auer, M. T., S. T. Bagley, D. A. Stern and M. J. Babiera. 1998. A framework for modeling the fate and transport of Giardia and Cryptosporidium in surface waters. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):393-400. [Keywords: Cannonsville Reservoir/Cryptosporidium/Giardia/lake/Modeling/NYCDEP/reservoir/transport/UFI168/water]

 167. Effler, S. W., M. G. Perkins and D. L. Johnson. 1998. The optical water quality of Cannonsville Reservoir: Spatial and temporal patterns, and the relative roles of phytoplankton and inorganic tripton. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):238-253. [Keywords: Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/NYCDEP/optical/phytoplankton/reservoir/tripton/UFI167/water/water quality]

 166. Stepczuk, C. L., A. B. Martin, S. W. Effler, P. Longabucco, J. A. Bloomfield and M. T. Auer. 1998. Allochthonous contributions of THM precursors in a eutrophic reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):344-355. [Keywords: Cannonsville Reservoir/eutrophic/NYCDEP/reservoir/THM Precursors/UFI166]

 165. Stepczuk, C. L., A. B. Martin, S. W. Effler, J. A. Bloomfield and M. T. Auer. 1998. Spatial and temporal patterns of THM precursors in a eutrophic reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):356-366. [Keywords: Cannonsville Reservoir/eutrophic/NYCDEP/reservoir/THM Precursors/UFI165]

 164. Owens, E. M., R. K. Gelda, S. W. Effler and J. M. Hassett. 1998. Hydrologic analysis and model development for Cannonsville Reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):140-151. [Keywords: analysis/Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/hydrologic/model/NYCDEP/reservoir/UFI164]

 163. Effler, S. W., R. K. Gelda, D. L. Johnson and E. M. Owens. 1998. Sediment resuspension in Cannonsville Reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):225-237. [Keywords: Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/NYCDEP/reservoir/resuspension/turbidity/UFI163]

 162. Effler, S. W. and C. M. Brooks. 1998. Gradients and dynamics in downward flux and settling velocity in Cannonsville Reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):213-224. [Keywords: Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/NYCDEP/reservoir/settling/UFI162]

 161. Erickson, M. J. and M. T. Auer. 1998. Chemical exchange at the sediment water interface of Cannonsville Reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 14(2-3):266-277. [Keywords: Cannonsville/Cannonsville Reservoir/Chemical/NYCDEP/reservoir/sediment release/sediments/UFI161/water]

 160. Driscoll, C. T., J. Holsapple, C. L. Schofield and R. Munson. 1998. The chemistry and transport of mercury in a small wetland in the Adirondack region of New York, USA. Biogeochemistry 40:137-146. [Keywords: UFI160/chemistry/mercury/sediments/adirondack/New York/transport]

 159. Penn, M. R., M. T. Auer, S. M. Doerr, C. T. Driscoll, C. M. Brooks and S. W. Effler. 2000. Seasonality in phosphorus release rates from the sediments of a hypereutrophic lake under a martrix of pH and redox conditions. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57(5):1033-1041. [Keywords: phosphorus/release/sediments/hypereutrophic/lake/Onondaga Lake/redox]

 158. Wickman, T. and M. T. Auer. 2011. Modeling and measurement of nitrogen diagenesis and ammonia release from the sediments of a hypereutrophic lake. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (in preparation). [Keywords: Modeling/nitrogen/ammonia/hypereutrophic/diagenesis/sediments/release/Onondaga Lake/lake]

 157. Effler, S. W. and C. A. Siegfried. 1998. Tributary water quality feedback from the spread of zebra mussels: Oswego River, New York. Journal of Great Lakes Research 24(2):453-463. [Keywords: New York/NY/Oswego/river/Seneca River/tributary/water/water quality/zebra mussel]

 156. Effler, S. W. and C. M. Brooks. 1998. Dry weight deposition in polluted Onondaga Lake, New York, U.S.A. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 103:389-404. [Keywords: UFI156/deposition/Onondaga Lake/New York/lake/calcium carbonate/pollution/sediment trap/suspended solids/Allied]

 155. Effler, S. W., S. R. Boone, C. A. Siegfried, L. Walrath and S. L. Ashby. 1997. Mobilization of ammonia and phosphorus by zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) in the Seneca River, New York. P. 187-208. In F. M. D'Itri (ed.) Zebra Mussels and Aquatic Nuisance Species. Ann Arbor Press, Chelsea, Michigan. [Keywords: ammonia/Dreissena polymorpha/mobilization/New York/nitrogen/phosphorus/river/Seneca River/UFI155/zebra mussel]

 154. Driscoll, C. T., K. M. Postek, W. Kretxer and D. J. Raynal. 1995. Long-term temporal patterns in the chemistry of precipitation and lake water in the Adirondack region of New York, USA. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 85:583-588. [Keywords: UFI154/chemistry/water/adirondack/New York/lake]

 153. Cirmo, C. P. and C. T. Driscoll. 1996. The impacts of a watershed CaCO3 treatment on stream and wetland in the Adirondack Mountains. Biogeochemistry 22:265-297. [Keywords: UFI153/CaCO3/adirondack]

 152. Womble, R. N., C. T. Driscoll and S. W. Effler. 1996. Calcium carbonate deposition in Ca2+ polluted Onondaga Lake, New York, U.S.A. Water Research 30(9):2139-2147. [Keywords: UFI152/calcium/calcium carbonate/deposition/Onondaga Lake/New York/carbonate/lake/Allied]

 151. Effler, S. W., S. M. Doerr and E. M. Owens. 1997. Effect of reduced salinity input on river stratification and dissolved oxygen. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 95:45-58. [Keywords: Allied/dissolved oxygen/oxygen/river/salinity/Seneca River/stratification/UFI151]

 150. Effler, S. W. 1996. Limnological and engineering analysis of a polluted urban lake. Prelude to environmental management of Onondaga Lake, New York. Springer-Verlag, New York, NY. [Keywords: UFI150/management/Onondaga Lake/New York/lake/analysis/Allied/book]

 149. Siegfried, C. A., N. A. Auer and S. W. Effler. 1996. Changes in zooplankton of Onondaga Lake: Causes and implications. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):59-71. [Keywords: UFI149/Onondaga Lake/zooplankton/ionic waste/grazing/cynobacteria/lake/Allied]

 148. Effler, S. W. and R. D. Hennigan. 1996. Onondaga Lake, New York: Legacy of pollution. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):1-13. [Keywords: UFI148/Onondaga Lake/industrial pollution/hydrology/history/wastewater/New York/pollution/lake/Allied]

 147. Effler, S. W. and S. M. Doerr. 1996. Water quality model evaluations for scenarios of loading reductions and diversion of domestic waste around Onondaga Lake. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):181-193. [Keywords: UFI147/water/water quality/model/loading/Onondaga Lake/diversion/management/lake]

 146. Penn, M. R. and M. T. Auer. 1997. The seasonal variability in phosphorus speciation and deposition in a calcareous eutrophic lake. Journal of Marine Geology 139:47-59. [Keywords: UFI146/phosphorus/deposition/eutrophic/lake/Onondaga Lake]

 145. Doerr, S. M., R. P. Canale and S. W. Effler. 1996. Development and testing of a total phosphorus model for Onondaga Lake, N.Y. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):141-150. [Keywords: UFI145/total phosphorus/phosphorus/model/Onondaga Lake/lake]

 144. Canale, R. P., R. K. Gelda and S. W. Effler. 1996. Development and testing of a nitrogen model for Onondaga Lake, N.Y. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):151-164. [Keywords: UFI144/nitrogen/model/Onondaga Lake/lake]

 143. Doerr, S. M., S. W. Effler and E. M. Owens. 1996. Forecasting impacts of a hypolimnetic wastewater discharge on lake water quality. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):207-217. [Keywords: UFI143/wastewater/water/water quality/management/lake/Onondaga Lake]

 142. Effler, S. W., C. M. Brooks and K. A. Whitehead. 1996. Domestic waste inputs of nitrogen and phosphorus to Onondaga Lake, and water quality implications. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):127-140. [Keywords: UFI142/nitrogen/phosphorus/Onondaga Lake/water/water quality/loading/lake]

 141. Matthews, D. A., S. V. Stehman and S. W. Effler. 2002. Limnological and Statistical Issues for Monitoring the Impact of a Lake Source Cooling Facility: Cayuga Lake, NY. Lake and Reservoir Management 18(3):239-256. [Keywords: monitoring/lake/Cayuga Lake/NY/Finger Lakes]

 140. Wang, W. and C. T. Driscoll. 1995. Patterns of total mercury concentration in Onondaga Lake, New York. Environmental Science & Technology 29:2261-2262. [Keywords: UFI140/mercury/Onondaga Lake/New York/lake/Allied]

 139. Connors, S. D., M. T. Auer and S. W. Effler. 1996. Phosphorus pools, alkaline phosphatase activity, and phosphorus limitation in hypereutrophic Onondaga Lake, NY. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):47-57. [Keywords: UFI139/phosphorus/hypereutrophic/Onondaga Lake/NY/phosphatase/lake]

 138. Driscoll, C. T., V. Blette, C. Yan, C. L. Schofield, R. Munson and J. Holsapple. 1995. The role of dissolved organic carbon in the chemistry of bioavailability of mercury in remote Adirondack lakes. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 80:499-508. [Keywords: UFI138/Carbon/chemistry/mercury/adirondack/bioavailability/lake]

 137. Tomlinson, L. M., M. T. Auer, H. A. Bootsma and E. M. Owens. 2010. The Great Lakes Cladophora Model: Development, testing, and application to Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36(2):287-297. [Keywords: Cladophora/Great Lakes/lake/Lake Michigan/model/Modeling/Nearshore/phosphorus]

 136. Addess, J. M. and S. W. Effler. 1996. Summer methane fluxes and fall oxygen resources of Onondaga Lake, New York. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):91-101. [Keywords: lake/methane/New York/Onondaga Lake/oxygen]

 135. Stam, A. C., M. J. Mitchell, H. R. Krouse and J. S. Kahl. 1992. Dynamics of stable sulfur isotopes of sulfate in precipitation and stream solutions in a Northern hardwoods watershed. Water Resources Research 28:231-236. [Keywords: UFI135/sulfur]

 134. Mitchell, M. J., J. S. Owen and S. C. Schindler. 1990. Factors affecting sulfur incorporation into lake sediments: Paleoecological implications. Journal of Paleolimnology 4:1-22. [Keywords: UFI134/sediments/sulfur/lake]

 133. Penn, M. R., M. T. Auer, E. L. Van Orman and J. J. Korienek. 1995. Phosphorus diagenesis in lake sediments: Investigations using fractionation techniques. Marine and Freshwater Research 46:89-99. [Keywords: phosphorus/diagenesis/sediments/fractionation/lake/Onondaga Lake]

 132. Pauer, J. J. and M. T. Auer. 2009. Formulation and testing of a novel river nitrification model. Ecological Modelling 220(6):857-866. [Keywords: model/nitrification/Onondaga Lake]

 131. Gelda, R. K., M. T. Auer and S. W. Effler. 1995. Determination of sediment oxygen demand by direct measurements and by inference from reduced species accumulation. Marine and Freshwater Research 46(1):81-88. [Keywords: reduced species/sediment oxygen demand/oxygen/Onondaga Lake]

 130. Effler, S. W. and C. A. Siegfried. 1994. Zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) populations in the Seneca River, New York: Impact on oxygen resources. Environmental Science & Technology 28:2216-2221. [Keywords: Dreissena polymorpha/New York/oxygen/river/Seneca River/zebra mussel]

 129. Effler, S. W., C. M. Brooks, K. A. Whitehead, B. A. Wagner, S. M. Doerr, M. G. Perkins, C. A. Siegfried, L. Walrath and R. P. Canale. 1996. Impact of zebra mussel invasion on river water quality. Water Environment Research 68:205-214. [Keywords: river/Seneca River/UFI129/water/water quality/zebra mussel]

 128. Driscoll, C. T., C. Yan, C. L. Schofield, R. Munson and J. Holsapple. 1994. The mercury cycle and fish in the Adirondack lakes. Environmental Science & Technology 28:136a-143a. [Keywords: UFI128/mercury/adirondack/fish/lake]

 127. Canale, R. P., E. M. Owens, M. T. Auer and S. W. Effler. 1995. Validation of a water quality model for Seneca River, NY. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 121:241-250. [Keywords: model/NY/river/Seneca River/water/water quality]

 126. Driscoll, C. T., S. W. Effler and S. M. Doerr. 1994. Changes in inorganic carbon chemistry and deposition of Onondaga Lake, New York. Environmental Science & Technology 28(7):1211-1218. [Keywords: UFI126/Onondaga Lake/Carbon/CaCO3/calcium/deposition/MINEQL/chemistry/New York/lake/Allied]

 125. Heidtke, T. M. and M. T. Auer. 1993. Application of a GIS-based nonpoint source nutrient loading model for assessment of land development scenarios and water quality in Owasco Lake, NY. Water Science Technology 28:595-604. [Keywords: UFI125/loading/model/water/water quality/Owasco Lake/NY/GIS/nonpoint/lake/Finger Lakes]

 124. Driscoll, C. T., M. D. Lehtinen and T. J. Sullivan. 1994. Modeling the acid-base chemistry of organic solutes in Adirondack, NY lakes. Water Resources Research 30:297-306. [Keywords: UFI124/Modeling/chemistry/NY/adirondack/equilibrium chemistry/lake]

 123. Doerr, S. M., S. W. Effler, K. A. Whitehead, M. T. Auer, M. G. Perkins and T. M. Heidtke. 1994. Chloride model for polluted Onondaga Lake. Water Research 28(4):849-861. [Keywords: UFI123/chloride/model/Onondaga Lake/lake/Allied]

 122. Auer, M. T., S. M. Doerr, S. W. Effler and E. M. Owens. 1997. A zero degree of freedom total phosphorus model: 1. Development for Onondaga Lake, New York. Lake and Reservoir Management 13:118-130. [Keywords: UFI122/phosphorus/model/Onondaga Lake/New York/lake/total phosphorus]

 121. Auer, M. T., N. A. Johnson, M. R. Penn and S. W. Effler. 1996. Pollutant sources, depositional environment, and the surficial sediment of Onondaga Lake, New York. Journal of Environmental Quality 25:46-55. [Keywords: UFI121/Onondaga Lake/New York/sediments/lake/Allied]

 120. Heidtke, T. M. and M. T. Auer. 1992. Partitioning phosphorus loads: Implications for lake restoration. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 118:562-579. [Keywords: UFI120/phosphorus/loads/restoration/lake/Onondaga Lake]

 119. Effler, A. J. P., R. K. Gelda, S. W. Effler, D. A. Matthews, S. D. Field and J. M. Hassett. 2008. Decreases in primary production in Onondaga Lake from reductions in point source inputs of phosphorus. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 172/3:239-253. [Keywords: Onondaga Lake/phosphorus/productivity]

 118. Storey, M. L., M. T. Auer, A. K. Barth and J. M. Graham. 1993. Site-specific determination of kinetic coefficients for modeling algal growth. Ecological Modelling 66:181-196. [Keywords: UFI118/Modeling/kinetics/Onondaga Lake]

 117. Driscoll, C. T., S. W. Effler, M. T. Auer, S. M. Doerr and M. R. Penn. 1993. Supply of phosphorus to the water column of a productive hardwater lake: Controlling mechanisms and management considerations. Hydrobiologia 253:61-72. [Keywords: phosphorus/water/management/lake/Onondaga Lake]

 116. Auer, M. T., N. A. Johnson, M. R. Penn and S. W. Effler. 1993. Measurement and verification of rates of sediment phosphorus release for a hypereutrophic urban lake. Hydrobiologia 253:301-309. [Keywords: hypereutrophic/lake/Onondaga Lake/phosphorus/release/sediments/UFI116/verification]

 115. Canale, R. P., M. T. Auer, E. M. Owens, T. M. Heidtke and S. W. Effler. 1993. Modeling fecal coliform bacteria: II. Model development and application. Water Research 27:703-714. [Keywords: Modeling/Coliform/model/Onondaga Lake]

 114. Auer, M. T. and S. L. Niehaus. 1993. Modeling fecal coliform bacteria: I. field and laboratory determination of loss kinetics. Water Research 27:693-701. [Keywords: Onondaga Lake/Coliform/Modeling/kinetics]

 112. Gelda, R. K. and M. T. Auer. 1996. Development and testing of a dissolved oxygen model for a hypereutrophic lake. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):165-179. [Keywords: dissolved oxygen/model/hypereutrophic/oxygen/lake/Onondaga Lake]

 111. Gelda, R. K., M. T. Auer, S. W. Effler, S. C. Chapra and M. L. Storey. 1996. Determination of reaeration coefficients: A whole lake approach. Journal of Environmental Engineering 122(4):269-275. [Keywords: reaeration/Onondaga Lake/lake]

 110. Effler, S. W., M. G. Perkins and D. L. Johnson. 1991. Optical heterogeneity in Lake Champlain. Journal of Great Lakes Research 17:322-332. [Keywords: Champlain/optical/lake]

 109. Gubala, C. P., C. T. Driscoll, R. M. Newton and C. L. Schofield. 1991. The chemistry of a near-shore lake region during spring snow melt. Environmental Science & Technology 25:2024-2030. [Keywords: chemistry/lake]

 108. Tsay, T. K., G. J. Ruggaber, S. W. Effler and C. T. Driscoll. 1992. Thermal stratification modeling of lakes with sediment heat flux. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering Division ASCE 118:407-419. [Keywords: stratification/Modeling/lake]

 107. Effler, S. W., C. M. Brooks, J. M. Addess, S. M. Doerr, M. L. Storey and B. A. Wagner. 1991. Pollutant loadings from solvay waste beds to lower Ninemile Creek, NY. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 55:427-444. [Keywords: loading/NY/Onondaga Lake/Allied]

 106. Effler, S. W., M. G. Perkins and B. A. Wagner. 1991. Optics of Little Sodus Bay. Journal of Great Lakes Research 17:109-119. [Keywords: optics/Sodus Bay]

 105. Effler, S. W., D. L. Johnson, J. Jiao and M. G. Perkins. 1992. Optical impacts and sources of suspended solids in Onondaga Creek, USA. Water Resources Bulletin 28:252-262. [Keywords: Allied/Onondaga Lake/optical/optics/suspended solids]

 104. Gubala, C. P. and C. T. Driscoll. 1991. The chemical responses of acidic Woods Lake, NY to two different treatments with calcium carbonate. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 59:7-22. [Keywords: NY/calcium/Chemical/carbonate/Woods Lake/lake/calcium carbonate]

 103. Smith, M. E., C. T. Driscoll, B. J. Wyskowski, C. M. Brooks and C. C. Cosentini. 1991. Modifications of stream structure and function by beaver (Castor canadensis) in the Adirondack Mountains, New York. Canadian Journal of Zoology 69:55-61. [Keywords: New York/adirondack]

 102. Smith, D. A. and W. D. Russell-Hunter. 1990. Correlation of abnormal radular secretion with tissue degrowth during stress period in Helisoma Trivolvis (pulmonata, basommatophora). Biological Bulletin 178:25-32. [Keywords: invertebrates]

 101. Effler, S. W. and M. G. Perkins. 1996. An optics model for Onondaga Lake. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):115-125. [Keywords: optics/model/Onondaga Lake/lake]

 100. Schaefer, D. A., C. T. Driscoll, R. Van Dreason and C. P. Yatsko. 1990. The episodic acidification of Adirondack lakes during snowmelt. Water Resources Research 26:1639-1647. [Keywords: adirondack/acidification/lake]

 99. Driscoll, C. T., R. M. Newton, C. P. Gubala, J. P. Baker and S. W. Christensen. 1991. Adirondack Mountains. P. 133-202. In D. F. Charles (ed.) Acidic Precipitation and Surface Water Acidification: Regional Case Studies. Springer-Verlag, New York. [Keywords: adirondack/water/acidification]

 98. Effler, S. W., S. M. Doerr, C. M. Brooks and C. Rowell. 1990. Chloride in the pore water and watercolumn of Onondaga Lake, NY., USA. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 51:215-326. [Keywords: UFI98/chloride/water/Onondaga Lake/NY/lake]

 97. Brooks, C. M. and S. W. Effler. 1990. The distribution of nitrogen species in polluted Onondaga Lake, NY., USA. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 52:247-262. [Keywords: UFI97/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake/NY/lake]

 96. Auer, M. T. and M. Rijkeboer. 1991. Modeling biomass and oxygen dynamics in Prochlorothrix Hollandica in laboratory scale enclosures. Verh. Verein. Internat. Limnol 24:738-741. [Keywords: Modeling/oxygen/biomass]

 95. Auer, M. T., M. L. Storey, S. W. Effler and N. A. Auer. 1990. Zooplankton impacts on chlorophyll and transparency in Onondaga Lake, NY. USA. Hydrobiologia/Dev 200/201(1):603-617. [Keywords: chlorophyll/lake/NY/Onondaga Lake/optics/transparency/zooplankton]

 94. Effler, S. W., C. M. Brooks, M. T. Auer and S. M. Doerr. 1990. Free ammonia and toxicity criteria in a polluted urban lake. Journal of Water Pollution Control Federation 62:771-779. [Keywords: ammonia/hypereutrophic/lake/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake]

 93. Smith, M. E., B. J. Wyskowski, C. M. Brooks, C. T. Driscoll and C. C. Cosentini. 1990. Relationships between acidity and benthic invertebrates of low-order woodland streams in the Adirondack Mountains, New York. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 47:1318-1329. [Keywords: New York/adirondack/invertebrates]

 92. Effler, S. W., M. T. Auer and N. A. Johnson. 1989. Modeling Cl concentration in Cayuga Lake, USA. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 44:347-362. [Keywords: Modeling/CL/Cayuga Lake/lake/Finger Lakes]

 91. Perkins, M. G. and S. W. Effler. 1996. Optical characteristics of Onondaga Lake 1968-1990. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):103-113. [Keywords: lake/Onondaga Lake/optical/optics/UFI91]

 90. Canale, R. P. and S. W. Effler. 1989. Stochastic phosphorus model for Onondaga Lake. Water Research 23:1009-1016. [Keywords: phosphorus/model/Onondaga Lake/stochastic/lake]

 89. Rice, D. A., T. K. Tsay, S. W. Effler and C. T. Driscoll. 1989. Modeling thermal stratification in a transparent Adirondack lake. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 115:440-456. [Keywords: UFI89/Modeling/stratification/adirondack/lake]

 88. Owen, J. S. and M. J. Mitchell. 1989. Sulfur biochemistry of an acidic lake in the Adirondack Region of New York. P. 59-68. In S. Rao (ed.) Acidic stress and aquatic microbial interactions. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. [Keywords: UFI88/biochemistry/adirondack/New York/sulfur/lake]

 87. Mitchell, M. J., S. C. Schindler, J. S. Owen and S. A. Norton. 1988. Comparison of sulfur concentrations within lake sediment profiles. Hydrobiologia 157:219-229. [Keywords: UFI87/sulfur/lake]

 86. Landers, D. H. and M. J. Mitchell. 1988. Incorporation of 35SO4-2 into sediments of three New York lakes. Hydrobiologia 160:85-95. [Keywords: UFI86/New York/sediments/lake]

 85. Johnson, D. L., F. Jaio, G. DeSantos and S. W. Effler. 1991. Individual particle analysis of suspended materials in Onondaga Lake, NY. Environmental Science & Technology 25:736-744. [Keywords: UFI85/Onondaga Lake/NY/particle/lake/analysis/Allied]

 84. Smith, D. A. 1988. Radular kinetics during grazing in Helisoma tribovis (Gastropoda: Pulmonata). Journal of Experimental Biology 136:89-102. [Keywords: UFI84/grazing/kinetics/invertebrates]

 83. Smith, D. A. 1989. Radular-Tooth Biometry in Helisoma trivolvis (Say) (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: basommatophora): Interpopulation variation and the question of adaptive significance evolution. Canadian Journal of Zoology 67:1960-1965. [Keywords: UFI83/invertebrates]

 82. Effler, S. W. 1988. Secchi disc transparency and turbidity. Journal of Environmental Engineering 114:1436-1447. [Keywords: Finger Lakes/Onondaga Lake/Otisco Lake/Owasco Lake/Seneca Lake/transparency/turbidity]

 81. Effler, S. W., R. Roop and M. G. Perkins. 1988. A simple technique for estimating absorption and scattering coefficients. Water Resources Bulletin 24:397-404. [Keywords: absorption/Finger Lakes/Onondaga Lake/optics/Otisco Lake/Owasco Lake/scattering/Seneca Lake/UFI81]

 80. Effler, S. W., J. P. Hassett, M. T. Auer and N. A. Johnson. 1988. Depletion of epilimnetic oxygen, and accumulation of hydrogen sulfide in the hypolimnion of Onondaga Lake, NY, USA. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 39:59-74. [Keywords: UFI80/sulfide/Onondaga Lake/NY/oxygen/lake]

 79. Owens, E. M. and S. W. Effler. 1996. Modeling the impacts of a proposed hypolimnetic wastewater discharge on stratification and mixing in Onondaga Lake. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):195-206. [Keywords: UFI79/Modeling/wastewater/stratification/Onondaga Lake/lake]

 78. Pauer, J. J. and M. T. Auer. 2000. Nitrification in the water column and sediment of a hypereutrophic lake and adjoining river system. Water Research 34(4):1247-1254. [Keywords: hypereutrophic/lake/nitrification/nitrogen/Onondaga Lake/oxygen/river/stratification/water]

 77. Auer, M. T. and S. W. Effler. 1989. Variability in photosynthesis: impact on DO models. Journal of Environmental Engineering 115:944-963. [Keywords: UFI77/photosynthesis/DO/model/models]

 76. Auer, M. T. and S. W. Effler. 1990. Calculation of daily average photosynthesis. Journal of Environmental Engineering 116:412-418. [Keywords: photosynthesis/productivity/UFI76]

 75. Schecher, W. D. and C. T. Driscoll. 1987. An evaluation of uncertainty associated with aluminum equilibrium calculations. Water Resources Research 23:525-531. [Keywords: UFI75/equilibrium chemistry/aluminum]

 74. Owens, E. M. and S. W. Effler. 1989. Changes in stratification in Onondaga Lake, NY. Water Resources Bulletin 25:587-597. [Keywords: UFI74/stratification/Onondaga Lake/NY/lake/Allied]

 73. Effler, S. W. and M. G. Perkins. 1987. Failure of spring turnover to occur in Onondaga Lake, NY, U.S.A. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 34:285-291. [Keywords: UFI73/Onondaga Lake/NY/stratification/lake/Allied]

 72. Bloom, N. W. and S. W. Effler. 1990. Seasonal variability in the mercury speciation of Onondaga Lake, NY. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 53:251-265. [Keywords: UFI72/mercury/Onondaga Lake/NY/equilibrium chemistry/lake/Allied]

 71. Schafran, G. C. and C. T. Driscoll. 1987. Comparison of terrestrial and hypolimnetic sediment generation of acid neutralizing capacity for an acidic Adirondack lake. Environmental Science & Technology 21:988-993. [Keywords: UFI71/adirondack/equilibrium chemistry/lake]

 70. Effler, S. W., M. G. Perkins, H. Greer and D. L. Johnson. 1987. Effects of whiting on turbidity and optical properties in Owasco Lake, New York. Water Resources Bulletin 23:189-196. [Keywords: UFI70/whiting/Owasco Lake/NY/optical/lake/New York/turbidity/Finger Lakes]

 69. Effler, S. W., H. Greer, M. G. Perkins, S. D. Field and E. Mills. 1987. Calcium carbonate precipitation and transparency in lakes: A case study. Journal of Environmental Engineering 113:124-133. [Keywords: UFI69/calcium/calcium carbonate/transparency/carbonate/Owasco Lake/lake/Finger Lakes]

 68. Sullivan, T. J., C. T. Driscoll, S. A. Gherini, R. Munson, R. B. Cook, D. F. Charles and C. P. Yatsko. 1989. The influence of organic anions and aqueous aluminum on measurements of acid neutralizing capacity in surface waters. Nature 338:408-410. [Keywords: UFI68/water/equilibrium chemistry/aluminum]

 67. Effler, S. W. 1987. Whiting: A component of raw water turbidity. Journal of American Water Works Association 79:80-82. [Keywords: UFI67/whiting/water/turbidity]

 66. Garofalo, J. E. and S. W. Effler. 1987. Coating of zooplankton with calcium in Onondaga Lake, NY. Environmental Science & Technology 21:604-606. [Keywords: UFI66/zooplankton/calcium/Onondaga Lake/NY/lake/Allied]

 65. Effler, S. W. 1987. The impact of a chlor-alkali plant on Onondaga Lake and adjoining systems. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 33:85-115. [Keywords: UFI65/Onondaga Lake/lake/Allied]

 64. Driscoll, C. T., B. J. Wyskowski, C. C. Coscentini and M. E. Smith. 1987. Processes regulating temporal and longitudinal variations in the chemistry of a low-order woodland stream in the Adirondack region of New York. Biogeochemistry 3:225-241. [Keywords: UFI64/chemistry/adirondack/New York]

 63. Aldridge, D. W., W. D. Russell-Hunter and D. E. Buckley. 1986. Age-related differential catabolism in the snail, Viviparus Georgianus, and its significance in the bioenergetics of sexual dimorphism. Canadian Journal of Zoology 64:340-346. [Keywords: UFI63]

 62. Effler, S. W., M. G. Perkins and C. M. Brooks. 1986. The oxygen resources of the hypolimnion of ionically enriched Onondaga Lake, NY, USA. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 29:93-108. [Keywords: UFI62/Onondaga Lake/NY/ionically/oxygen/lake]

 61. Hart, T. F. and R. G. Werner. 1987. Effects of prey density on growth and survival of white sucker (Catostomus commersoni) and pumpkinseed (Lepomia gibbosus) larvae. Environmental Biology of Fishes 18:41-50. [Keywords: UFI61/density/fishes]

 60. White, J. R. and C. T. Driscoll. 1987. Manganese cycling in an acidic Adirondack lake. Biogeochemistry 3:87-104. [Keywords: UFI60/adirondack/manganese/lake]

 59. Effler, S. W. and C. F. Carter. 1987. Spatial variability in selected physical characteristics and processes in Cross Lake, New York. Water Resources Bulletin 23:243-249. [Keywords: UFI59/Cross/Cross Lake/lake/New York]

 58. Rascher, C. M., C. T. Driscoll and N. E. Peters. 1987. Concentration and flux of solutes from snow and forest floor during snowmelt in the West-Central Adirondack Region of New York. Biogeochemistry 3:209-224. [Keywords: UFI58/New York/adirondack]

 57. Schafran, G. C. and C. T. Driscoll. 1987. Spatial and temporal variations in aluminum chemistry of a dilute acidic lake. Biogeochemistry 3:105-120. [Keywords: UFI57/chemistry/aluminum/lake]

 56. Effler, S. W., C. M. Brooks, M. G. Perkins, M. A. Meyer and S. D. Field. 1987. Aspects of the underwater light field of eight Central New York lakes. Water Resources Bulletin 23:1193-1201. [Keywords: New York/light/lake/Cross/Hatch Lake/Moraine Lake/Onondaga Lake/Otisco Lake/Seneca Lake/Skaneateles Lake/Tuscarora Lake/Finger Lakes]

 55. Driscoll, C. T., C. P. Yatsko and F. J. Unangst. 1987. Longitudinal and temporal trends in the water chemistry of the north branch of the Moose River. Biogeochemistry 3:37-62. [Keywords: water/chemistry/Moose River/river]

 54. Effler, S. W. and E. M. Owens. 1985. Impact of lake acidification on stratification. Journal of Environmental Engineering 111(6):822-832. [Keywords: UFI54/stratification/acidification/lake]

 53. Field, S. D. and S. W. Effler. 1988. Temperature and the productivity-light relationship. Water Resources Bulletin 24:325-328. [Keywords: light/Onondaga Lake/photosynthesis/productivity/temperature/UFI53]

 52. Johnson, E. Z. and R. G. Werner. 1986. Scanning electron microscopy of the chorion of selected freshwater fishes. Journal of Fish Biology 29:257-265. [Keywords: fishes]

 51. Mitchell, M. J., M. B. David, D. G. Maynard and S. A. Telang. 1986. Sulfur constituents in soils and streams of a watershed in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 16:315-320. [Keywords: UFI51/sulfur]

 50. David, M. B. and M. J. Mitchell. 1985. Sulfur constituents and cycling in waters, seston, and sediments of an oligotrophic lake. Limnology and Oceanography 30:1196-1207. [Keywords: UFI50/water/sediments/sulfur/seston/lake]

 49. Driscoll, C. T. and R. M. Newton. 1985. Chemical characteristics of acid-sensitive lakes in the Adirondack region of NY. Environmental Science & Technology 19:1018-1024. [Keywords: UFI49/NY/Chemical/adirondack/equilibrium chemistry/lake]

 48. Effler, S. W. and E. M. Owens. 1996. Density stratification in Onondaga Lake: 1968-1994. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):25-33. [Keywords: UFI48/density/stratification/Onondaga Lake/lake/Allied]

 47. Effler, S. W. and E. M. Owens. 1987. Modifications in phosphorus loadings to Onondaga Lake, USA, associated with alkali manufacturing. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 32:177-182. [Keywords: UFI47/phosphorus/loading/Onondaga Lake/lake/Allied]

 46. Effler, S. W., M. C. Wodka, C. T. Driscoll, C. M. Brooks, M. G. Perkins and E. M. Owens. 1986. Entrainment-based flux of phosphorus in Onondaga Lake. Journal of Environmental Engineering 112:617-622. [Keywords: UFI46/phosphorus/Onondaga Lake/lake]

 45. Russell-Hunter, W. D. 1985. Physiological, ecological, and evolutionary aspects of molluscan tissue degrowth. American Molacological Bulletin 3:213-221. [Keywords: UFI45/invertebrates]

 44. Effler, S. W. and E. M. Owens. 1986. The density of inflows to Onondaga Lake, USA, 1980 and 1981. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 28:105-115. [Keywords: UFI44/density/Onondaga Lake/stratification/lake/Allied]

 43. Owens, E. M., S. W. Effler and F. B. Trama. 1986. Variability in thermal stratification in a reservoir. Water Resources Bulletin 22:219-227. [Keywords: UFI43/stratification/Round Vally Reservoir/reservoir]

 42. Effler, S. W., E. M. Owens and K. A. Schimel. 1986. Density stratification in ionically enriched Onondaga Lake, USA. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 27:247-258. [Keywords: density/Onondaga Lake]

 41. Effler, S. W. and F. B. Trama. 1986. Changes in light attenuation during filling, stabilization and operation of a reservoir. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 28:27-37. [Keywords: light attenuation/light/attenuation/reservoir/Round Vally Reservoir]

 40. Effler, S. W., K. Schimel and F. J. Millero. 1986. Salinity, chloride and density relationships in ion enriched Onondaga Lake, NY. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 27:169-180. [Keywords: UFI40/salinity/chloride/density/Onondaga Lake/NY/ion/lake/Allied]

 39. White, J. R. and C. T. Driscoll. 1985. Lead cycling in an acidic Adirondack lake. Environmental Science & Technology 19:1182-1187. [Keywords: UFI39/adirondack/lead/lake]

 38. Effler, S. W. and C. T. Driscoll. 1986. A chloride budget for Onondaga Lake, NY, USA. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 27:29-44. [Keywords: UFI38/chloride/budget/Onondaga Lake/NY/lake/Allied]

 37. Effler, S. W., M. G. Perkins, K. A. Whitehead and E. A. Romanowicz. 1996. Ionic inputs to Onondaga Lake: Origins, character, and changes. Lake and Reservoir Management 12(1):15-23. [Keywords: UFI37/Onondaga Lake/ionic waste/calcium/CaCO3/loads/tributary/chloride/lake/Allied]

 36. Effler, S. W. and M. T. Auer. 1987. Optical heterogeneity in Green Bay. Water Resources Bulletin 23:937-941. [Keywords: UFI36/Green Bay/optical]

 35. Effler, S. W. 1985. Attenuation versus transparency. Journal of Environmental Engineering 111:448-459. [Keywords: attenuation/Finger Lakes/Green Bay/Onondaga Lake/optics/Otisco Lake/Round Vally Reservoir/transparency/UFI35]

 34. Effler, S. W. and D. L. Johnson. 1987. Calcium carbonate precipitation and turbidity measurements in Otisco Lake, NY. Water Resources Bulletin 23:73-77. [Keywords: calcium/calcium carbonate/Otisco Lake/NY/carbonate/turbidity/lake/Finger Lakes]

 33. Effler, S. W., G. C. Schafran and C. T. Driscoll. 1985. Partitioning light attenuation in an acidic lake. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 42:1707-1711. [Keywords: UFI33/light attenuation/light/attenuation/Dart's Lake/lake]

 32. Weidemann, A. D., T. P. Bannister, S. W. Effler and D. L. Johnson. 1985. Particulate and optical properties during CaCO3 precipitation in Otisco Lake. Limnology and Oceanography 30:1078-1083. [Keywords: UFI32/CaCO3/Otisco Lake/optics/optical/lake/Finger Lakes]

 31. Driscoll, C. T. and G. C. Schafran. 1984. Short-term changes in the base neutralizing capacity of an acid Adirondack lake, New York. Nature 310:308-310. [Keywords: UFI31/New York/adirondack/equilibrium chemistry/lake]

 30. Schecher, W. D. and C. T. Driscoll. 1985. Interactions of copper and lead with Nostoc muscorum. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 24:85-101. [Keywords: UFI30/copper/lead]

 29. Effler, S. W. and C. T. Driscoll. 1985. Calcium chemistry and deposition in ionically enriched Onondaga Lake, New York. Environmental Science & Technology 19:716-720. [Keywords: calcium/deposition/Onondaga Lake/ionic waste/CaCO3/chemistry/New York/ionically/lake/Allied]

 28. Effler, S. W., M. C. Wodka and S. D. Field. 1984. Scattering and absorption of light in Onondaga Lake. Journal of Environmental Engineering 110:1134-1145. [Keywords: absorption/lake/light/Onondaga Lake/optics/scattering/UFI28]

 27. Driscoll, C. T. and G. C. Schafran. 1984. The chemistry of aluminum in an acidic lake in the Adirondack region of New York State, USA. P. 247-250. In C. J. Kramer and J. C. Duiner (eds.). Complexation of Trace Metals in Natural Waters. Nijhoff/Junk Publishers, The Hague, Netherlands. [Keywords: UFI27/chemistry/adirondack/New York/lake/water/aluminum]

 26. Effler, S. W., C. T. Driscoll, M. C. Wodka, R. Honstein, S. P. Devan, P. Jaran and T. Edwards. 1985. Phosphorus cycling in ionically polluted Onondaga Lake, New York. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 24:121-130. [Keywords: UFI26/phosphorus/Onondaga Lake/New York/ionically/lake/Allied]

 25. Effler, S. W., S. P. Devan and P. Rodgers. 1985. Chloride loading to Lake Ontario from Onondaga Lake, NY. Journal of Great Lakes Research 11:53-58. [Keywords: UFI25/chloride/loading/Onondaga Lake/NY/Lake Ontario/lake/Allied]

 24. Effler, S. W., M. G. Perkins and S. D. Field. 1984. Onondaga Lake and the dynamics of chloride in the Oswego River. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 23:69-80. [Keywords: Onondaga Lake/chloride/Oswego/lake/river/Allied]

 23. Russell-Hunter, W. D. and D. E. Buckley. 1983. Actuarial bioenergetics of nonmarine molluscan productivity. The Mollusca 6:463-503. [Keywords: UFI23/productivity/invertebrates]

 22. Russell-Hunter, W. D., R. A. Browne and D. W. Aldridge. 1984. Overwinter tissue degrowth in natural populations of freshwater pulmonate snails (Helisoma trivolvis and Lynnaea palustris). Ecology 65:223-229. [Keywords: UFI22/invertebrates]

 21. Wodka, M. C., S. W. Effler and C. T. Driscoll. 1985. Phosphorus deposition from the epilimnion of Onondaga Lake. Limnology and Oceanography 30:833-843. [Keywords: Allied/deposition/lake/Onondaga Lake/phosphorus/trap]

 20. Effler, S. W. and S. D. Field. 1983. Vertical diffusivity in the stratified layers of the mixolimnion of Green Lake, Jamesville, NY. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 2:273-286. [Keywords: UFI20/diffusivity/Green Lake/NY/lake]

 19. Yin, C. and D. L. Johnson. 1984. An Individual particle analysis and budget study of Onondaga Lake sediments. Limnology and Oceanography 29(6):1193-1201. [Keywords: sedimentation/Onondaga Lake/NY/particle/lake/analysis/budget/sediments/Allied]

 18. Schafran, G. C., J. R. White and C. T. Driscoll. 1982. The response of dilute acidic surface waters to strong-base addition. Northeastern Environmental Science 1:151-160. [Keywords: water/equilibrium chemistry]

 17. Devan, S. P. and S. W. Effler. 1984. History of phosphorus loading to Onondaga Lake. Journal of Environmental Engineering 110:93-109. [Keywords: history/phosphorus/loading/Onondaga Lake/NY/lake]

 16. Russell-Hunter, W. D., D. W. Aldridge, J. S. Tashiro and B. S. Payne. 1983. Oxygen uptake and nitrogenous excretion rates during overwinter degrowth conditions in the pulmonate snail, Helisoma trivolvis. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 74A:491-497. [Keywords: kinetics/oxygen/ion/invertebrates]

 15. Wodka, M. C., S. W. Effler, C. T. Driscoll, S. D. Field and S. D. Devan. 1983. Diffusivity-based flux of phosphorus in Onondaga Lake. Journal of Environmental Engineering 109:1403-1415. [Keywords: UFI15/phosphorus/Onondaga Lake/lake]

 14. Field, S. D. and S. W. Effler. 1983. Light-productivity model for Onondaga Lake, NY. Journal of Environmental Engineering 109:830-844. [Keywords: lake/light/model/NY/Onondaga Lake/photosynthesis/productivity/UFI14]

 13. Menz, F. C. and C. T. Driscoll. 1983. An estimate of the costs of liming to neutralize acidic adirondack surface waters. Water Resources Research 19:1139-1149. [Keywords: water/adirondack/liming/equilibrium chemistry]

 12. White, J. R. and C. T. Driscoll. 1987. Zinc cycling in an acidic Adirondack lake. Environmental Science & Technology 21:211-216. [Keywords: UFI12/adirondack/zinc/lake]

 11. Effler, S. W. 1984. Carbonate equilibria and the distribution of inorganic carbon in Saginaw Bay. Journal of Great Lakes Research 10:3-14. [Keywords: CaCO3/Carbon/carbonate/equilibrium chemistry/Great Lakes/Saginaw Bay]

 10. Effler, S. W., J. M. McCarthy, K. W. Simpson, F. J. Unangst, G. C. Schafran, W. D. Schecher, P. Jaran, H. A. Hsu and M. T. Khalil. 1984. Chemical stratification in the Seneca/Oswego Rivers NY. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 21:335-350. [Keywords: Allied/Chemical/NY/Oswego/river/Seneca River/stratification]

 9. Field, S. D. and S. W. Effler. 1983. Light attenuation in Onondaga Lake, NY, USA, 1978. Arch. Hydrobiol. 98(4):409-421. [Keywords: attenuation/lake/light/light attenuation/NY/Onondaga Lake/optics]

 8. Driscoll, C. T. and J. J. Bisogni. 1984. Weak acid/base systems in dilute acidified lakes and streams of the Adirondack region of New York State. P. 53-72. In J. J. Schnoor (ed.) Modeling of Total Acid Precipitation Impacts. Butterworth, Boston. [Keywords: UFI8/New York/adirondack/equilibrium chemistry/lake/Modeling]

 7. Driscoll, C. T., J. P. Baker, J. J. Bisogni and C. L. Schofield. 1984. Aluminum speciation and equilibria in dilute acidified surface waters of the Adirondack region of New York State. P. 55-75. In O. P. Bricker (ed.) Geological Aspects of Acid Deposition. Butterworth, Boston. [Keywords: water/aluminum/adirondack/New York/equilibrium chemistry/deposition]

 6. Effler, S. W., P. Jaran and C. F. Carter. 1982. Onondaga Lake and dissolved oxygen in Seneca River. Journal of Environmental Engineering 109:945-951. [Keywords: dissolved oxygen/lake/Onondaga Lake/oxygen/river/Seneca River]

 5. Driscoll, C. T., J. R. White, G. C. Schafran and J. D. Rendall. 1982. CaCO3 neutralization of acidified surface waters. Journal of Environmental Engineering 108:1128-1145. [Keywords: CaCO3/water/neutralization]

 4. Field, S. D. and S. W. Effler. 1982. Photosynthesis-light mathematical formulations. Journal of Environmental Engineering 108:199-203. [Keywords: light/model/Onondaga Lake/photosynthesis/productivity]

 3. Effler, S. W., S. D. Field and D. A. Wilcox. 1981. The carbonate chemistry of Green Lake, Jamesville, NY. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 1:141-153. [Keywords: UFI3/calcium carbonate/Green Lake/NY/chemistry/carbonate/lake]

 2. Effler, S. W., D. A. Wilcox and S. D. Field. 1981. Meromixis and stability at Green Lake, Jamesville, NY, Sept. 1977-Nov. 1978. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 1:129-139. [Keywords: UFI2/Green Lake/NY/meromictic/stratification/lake]

 1. Effler, S. W., S. D. Field and M. Quirk. 1982. The seasonal cycle of inorganic carbon species in Cazenovia Lake, New York, 1977. Freshwater Biology 12:139-147. [Keywords: Cazenovia Lake/Carbon/CaCO3/Chemical Equilibrium/New York/lake]

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