GLERL Publications for FY 1981: October 1980 - September 1981

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AUBERT, E.J., and T.L. Richards. IFYGLThe International Field Year for the Great Lakes. Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 410 pp. (1981).

AUBERT, E.J., and T.L. Richards. Summary of accomplishments. In IFYGLThe International Field Year for the Great Lakes, E.J. Aubert and T.L. Richards (eds.). Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 367-384 (1981). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1981/19810010.pdf

BOLSENGA, S.J. Radiation transmittance through lake ice in the 400-700 nm range. Journal of Glaciology 27(95):57-66 (1981).

BOLSENGA, S.J. Spectral reflectances of freshwater ice and snow from 340 through 1100 nm. Ph.D. dissertation. The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, (1981).

CHAMBERS, R.L., and B.J. EADIE. Nepheloid and suspended particulate matter in southeastern Lake Michigan. Sedimentology 28:439-447 (1981).

CHAPRA, S.C. Application of phosphorus loading models to river-run lakes and other incompletely mixed systems. In Restoration of Lakes and Inland Waters, Report No. EPA 440/5-81-010, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, 329-334 (1980).

CHAPRA, S.C., and H.F.H. Dobson. Quantification of the lake trophic typologies of Naumann (surface quality) and Thienemann (oxygen) with special reference to the Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 7(2):182-193 (1981). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1981/19810003.pdf

**CROLEY, T.E.II. Hydrologic and hydraulic calculation in BASIC for small computers. Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 263 pp. (1980).

**CROLEY, T.E.II. Synthetic-hydrograph computations on small programmable calculators. Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 837 pp. (1980).

CROLEY, T.E., II, A.R. Giaquinta, and R.A. Woodhouse. River thermal standard costs in the upper midwest. Journal of the Energy Division, ASCE 107(EY1):65-77 (1981).

CROLEY, T.E., II, and B. Hunt. Multiple-valued and non-convergent solutions in kinematic cascade models. Journal of Hydrology 49:121-138 (1981).

DERECKI, J.A. Stability effects on Great Lakes evaporation. Journal of Great Lakes Research 7(4):357-361 (1981). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1981/19810005.pdf

DERECKI, J.A., and R.N. KELLEY. Improved St. Clair River dynamic flow models and comparison analysis. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL GLERL-34, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (PB82-119272) 36 pp. (1981).

Donovan, M., C.A. Job, and W.C. SONZOGNI. The Milwaukee pollution caseImplications for water resources planning. Water Resources Bulletin 17(1):23-28 (1981).

EADIE, B.J. An equilibrium model for the partitioning of synthetic organic compounds: Formulation and calibration. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL GLERL-35, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (PB82-116682) 39 pp. (1981).

Fraser, A.S., and A. ROBERTSON. Materials balance. In IFYGLThe International Field Year for the Great Lakes, E.J. Aubert and T.L. Richards (eds.). Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 341-352 (1981). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1981/19810011.pdf

GARDNER, W.S., and B.J. EADIE. Chemical factors controlling phosphorus cycling in lakes. In Nutrient Cycling in the Great Lakes: A Summarization of Factors Regulating the Cycling of Phosphorus, Special Report No. 83, D. Scavia and R.A. Moll (eds.). Great Lakes Research Division, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 13-34 (1980).

GARDNER, W.S., B.J. EADIE, and W.H. Miller. Microtechnique to remove particles from high performance liquid chromatographic samples. Journal of Liquid Chromatography 3(10):1585-1592 (1980).

GARDNER, W.S., and W.H. Miller. Reverse-phase liquid chromatographic analysis of amino acids after reaction with o-phthalaldehyde. Analytical Biochemistry 101:61-65 (1981).

GARDNER, W.S., and W.H. Miller. Intracellular composition and net release rates of free amino acids in Daphnia magna. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 38(2):157-162 (1981).

GARDNER, W.S., W.H. Miller, and M.J. Imlay. Free amino acids in mantle tissues of the bivalve Amblema plecata: Possible relation to environmental stress. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 26:157-162 (1981).

GARDNER, W.S., T.F. NALEPA, M.A. QUIGLEY, and J.M. MALCZYK. Release of phosphorus by certain benthic invertebrates. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 38(8):978-981 (1981).

GARDNER, W.S., and D. SCAVIA. Kinetic examination of nitrogen release by zooplankters. Limnology and Oceanography 26:801-810 (1981). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1981/19810008.pdf

GASKILL, D.W. Homogeneity analysis of seasonal mean temperature series at 25 stations around the Great Lakes. NOAA Data Report ERL GLERL-18, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (PB81-210437) 11 pp. (1981).

Giaquinta, A.R., and T.E. CROLEY. Impact of thermal standards on power plant water consumption. Water Resources Bulletin 17:423-430 (1981).

GREAT LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LABORATORY. Annual Report for the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, FY 1980. Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 31 pp. (1980).

GREAT LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LABORATORY. Detailed technical plan for the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory. Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 205 pp. (1981).

GREAT LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LABORATORY. Technical plan for the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory. Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 67 pp. (1981).

*GREAT LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LABORATORY, and The University of Michigan. First annual progress report to the Office of Marine Pollution Assessment, NOAA. In The Cycling of Toxic Organic Substances in the Great Lakes Ecosystem, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 65 pp. (1980).

*GREAT LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LABORATORY, and The University of Michigan. Second semiannual progress report to the Office of Marine Pollution Assessment, NOAA. In The Cycling of Toxic Organic Substances in the Great Lakes Ecosystem, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 19 pp. (1980).

**GREENE, G.M. Simulation of ice-cover growth and thermal decay on the upper St. Lawrence River. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI, (1981).

GREENE, G.M. Simulation of ice-cover growth and decay in one dimension on the upper St. Lawrence River. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL GLERL-36, (PB82-114208) 82 pp. (1981).

Heidtke, T.M., W.C. SONZOGNI, and L. Botts. Great Lakes environmental planning study: Summary report. Great Lakes Basin Commission Great Lakes Environmental Planning Study (GLEPS) Report, 21 pp. (1981).

LANDRUM, P.F., and D.G. Crosby. Comparison of the disposition of several nitrogen-containing compounds in the sea urchin and other marine invertebrates. Xenobiotica 11(5):351-361 (1981).

LANDRUM, P.F., and D.G. Crosby. The disposition of p-Nitroanisole by the sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus - II. Biotransformation and Bioconcentration. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 5:240-254 (1981).

LANDRUM, P.F., and D.G. Crosby. The disposition of p-Nitroanisole by the sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus - I. Kinetics. Ecotoxicology and Enviromental Safety 5:225-239 (1981).

LANDRUM, P.F., and J.P. Giesy. Chapter 22. Anomalous breakthrough of benzo(a)pyrene during concentration with Amberlite XAD-4 resin from aqueous solutions. In Advances in the Identification and Analysis of Organic Pollutants in Water, Volume I, L.H. Keith (ed.). Ann Arbor Science, Ann Arbor, MI, 345-355 (1981).

LESHKEVICH, G.A. Categorization of northern Green Bay ice cover using LANDSAT-1 digital dataA case study. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL GLERL-33, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (PB81-200438) 19 pp. (1981).

LESHKEVICH, G.A. Lake Superior ice cycle1979 (16-mm film, 12 min.). Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, (1981).

LIU, P.C., and D.B. Ross. Airborne measurements of wave growth for stable and unstable atmospheres in Lake Michigan. Journal of Physical Oceanography 10(11):1842-1853 (1980). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1980/19800002.pdf

McCORMICK, M.J., and D. SCAVIA. Calculation of vertical profiles of lake-averaged temperature and diffusivity in Lakes Ontario and Washington. Water Resources Research 17(2):305-310 (1981).

Monteith, T.J., and W.C. SONZOGNI. Variations in U.S. Great Lakes tributary flows and loadings. Great Lakes Basin Commission Great Lakes Environmental Planning Study (GLEPS) Report #47 (1981).

Monteith, T.J., R.A.C. Sullivan, T.M. Heidtke, and W.C. SONZOGNI. Watershed handbook: A management technique for choosing among point and nonpoint control strategies. Report prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency by the Great Lakes Basin Commission and the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory under Interagency Agreement No. AD-85-F-0-061-0, Ann Arbor, MI, 107 pp. (1981).

NALEPA, T.F., and M.A. QUIGLEY. The macro- and meiobenthos of southeastern Lake Michigan near the mouth of the Grand River, 1978-79. NOAA Data Report ERL GLERL-19, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (PB82-111642) 7 pp. (1981).

NALEPA, T.F., and A. ROBERTSON. Screen mesh size affects estimates of macro- and meiobenthos abundance and biomass in the Great Lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 38(9):1027-1034 (1981).

NALEPA, T.F., and A. ROBERTSON. Vertical distribution of the zoobenthos in southeastern Lake Michigan with evidence of seasonal ariation. Freshwater Biology 11:87-96 (1981).

NALEPA, T.F., D.S. White, C.M. Pringle, and M.A. QUIGLEY. The biological component of phosphorus exchange and cycling in lake sediments. In Nutrient Cycling in the Great Lakes: A Summarization of Factors Regulating the Cycling of Phosphorus, D. Scavia and R.A. Moll (eds.). Special Report No. 83, Great Lakes Research Division, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 93-109 (1980).

PINSAK, A.P., R.C. Hore, and D.J. Vallery. Consumptive water use. In Great Lakes Diversions and Consumptive Uses: Report to the International Joint Commission by the International Great Lakes Diversions and Consumptive Uses Study Board, U.S. Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Sec 6, Detroit, MI, 1-56 (1981).

PINSAK, A.P., and G.K. Rodgers. Energy balance. In IFYGLThe International Field Year for the Great Lakes, E.J. Aubert and T.L. Richards (eds.). Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 169-197 (1981).

PRESTON, C.N. Great Lakes precipitation, 1854-74. GLERL Open File Report, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (1981).

QUIGLEY, M.A. Freshwater macroinvertebrates. Journal of Water Pollution Control Federation 53:1015-1027 (1981).

QUINN, F.H. Equilibrium effects of present Great Lakes basin consumptive use on lake levels. GLERL Open File Report, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (1981).

QUINN, F.H., and G. den Hartog. Evaporation synthesis. In IFYGLThe International Field Year for the Great Lakes, E.J. Aubert and T.L. Richards (eds.). Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 221-245 (1981).

RAO, D.B., and B.C. DOUGHTY. Instability of coastal currents in the Great Lakes. Arch. Met. Geoph. Biokl. 30:145-160 (1981).

RAO, D.B., and D.J. SCHWAB. A method of objective analysis for currents in a lake with application to Lake Ontario. Journal of Physical Oceanography 11(5):739-750 (1981). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1981/19810002.pdf

Richards, T.L., and E.J. AUBERT. The International Field Year for the Great LakesAn introduction. In IFYGLThe International Field Year for the Great Lakes, E.J. Aubert and T.L. Richards (eds.). Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 1-14 (1981).

ROBERTSON, A., and J.E. Gannon. Annotated checklist of the free-living copepods of the Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 7(4):382-393 (1981). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1981/19810006.pdf

SAYLOR, J.H. Rotational waves in the Great Lakes and their significance in large-scale mixing processes. Ocean Management 6:236 (1981).

SAYLOR, J.H., J.R. BENNETT, F.M. Boyce, P.C. LIU, C.R. Murthy, R.L. PICKETT, and T.J. Simmons. Water movements. In IFYGLThe International Field Year for the Great Lakes, E.J. Aubert and T.L. Richards (eds.). Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 247-324 (1981).

SAYLOR, J.H., J.C.K. HUANG, and R.O. Reid. Vortex modes in southern Lake Michigan. Journal of Physical Oceanography 10(11):1814-1823 (1980). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1980/19800004.pdf

SCAVIA, D. Conceptual model of phosphorus cycling. In Nutrient Cycling in the Great Lakes: A Summarization of Factors Regulating the Cycling of Phosphorus, D. Scavia and R.A. Moll (eds.). Great Lakes Research Division, the University of Michigan, Special Report No. 83, Ann Arbor, MI, 119-140 (1980).

SCAVIA, D., R.P. Canale, W.F. Powers, and J.F. Moody. Variance estimates for a dynamic eutrophication model of Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron. Water Resources Research 17(4):1115-1124 (1981).

SCAVIA, D., and R.A. Moll. Nutrient cycling in the Great Lakes: A summarization of factors regulating the cycling of phosphorus. Special Report No. 83. Great Lakes Research Division, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 140 pp. (1980). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1980/19800011.pdf

SCAVIA, D., W.F. Powers, R.P. Canale, and J.F. Moody. Comparison of first-order error analysis and Monte Carlo simulation in time- dependent lake eutrophication models. Water Resources Research 17(4):1051-1059 (1981).

**SCHWAB, D.J. Determination of wind stress from water level fluctuations. Ph.D. dissertation, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, University Microfilms, (1981).

SCHWAB, D.J., R.A. Shuchman, and P.C. LIU. Wind wave directions determined from synthetic aperture radar imagery and from a tower in Lake Michigan. Journal of Geophysical Research 86(C3):2059-2064 (1981).

SONZOGNI, W.C. The slow painting of a 'big picture'. Great Lakes Basin Commission Communicator 11(11):3 (1981).

SONZOGNI, W.C., S.C. CHAPRA, D.E. Armstrong, and T.J. Logan. Bioavailability of phosphorus inputs to lakes: Significance to management. Great Lakes Basin Commission Great Lakes Environmental Planning Study (GLEPS) Report #40, Ann Arbor, MI, 30 pp. (1981).

SONZOGNI, W.C., W.S. Richardson, P. Rogers, and T.J. Monteith. Chloride budget for the Great Lakes: A current assessment. Great Lakes Basin Commision Great Lakes Environmental Planning Study (GLEPS) Report #39, Ann Arbor, MI, 42 pp. (1981).

SONZOGNI, W.C., A. ROBERTSON, and A.M. Beeton. The importance of ecological factors in Great Lakes management. Great Lakes Basin Commision Great Lakes Environmental Planning Study (GLEPS) Report #52, Ann Arbor, MI, 28 pp. (1981).

SONZOGNI, W.C., and M.S. Simmons. Notes on Great Lakes trace metal and toxic organic contaminants. GLERL Open File Report, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (1981).

Sullivan, R.A.C., M. Baise, and W.C. SONZOGNI. Environmental quality maps for the U.S. Great Lakes Basin. Great Lakes Basin Commision Great Lakes Environmental Planning Study (GLEPS) Report #41, Ann Arbor, MI, 96 pp. (1981).

Sullivan, R.A.C., T.M. Heidtke, J.R. Hall, and W.C. SONZOGNI. Potential impact of changes in Great Lakes water quality on fisheries. Great Lakes Basin Commision Great Lakes Environmental Planning Study (GLEPS) Report #26, Ann Arbor, MI, 52 pp. (1981).

TARAPCHAK, S.J. Measurements of phosphate-phosphorus in lake water. In Nutrient cycling in the Great Lakes: A summarization of Factors Regulating the Cycling of Phosphorus, D. Scavia and R.A. Moll (eds.). Great Lakes Research Division, The University of Michigan, Special Report No. 83, Ann Arbor, MI, 1-11 (1980).

TARAPCHAK, S.J., and C. Rubitschun. Comparisons of soluble reactive phosphorus and orthophosphorus concentrations at an offshore station in southern Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research 7(3):290-298 (1981). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1981/19810004.pdf

TARAPCHAK, S.J., D.R. SLAVENS, and L.M. MALONEY. Abiotic versus biotic uptake of radiophosphorus in lake water. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 38(8):889-895 (1981).

Thomann, R.V., D. SCAVIA, D.M. Di Toro, and A. ROBERTSON. Ecosystem and water quality modeling. In IFYGLThe International Field Year for the Great Lakes, E.J. Aubert and T.L. Richards (eds.). Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 353-366 (1981).

Tisue, G.T., D.J. Fingleton, J.A. ROBBINS, R. Allison, and S. Barr. Air quality changes over Lake Michigan: 1973-74 compared with 1978-79. Argonne National Laboratory Report ANL-80-225, Pt. III, Argonne, IL, 39-45 pp. (1981).

VANDERPLOEG, H.A. Effect of the algal length/aperture length ratio on Coulter analysis of lake seston. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 38(8):912-916 (1981).

VANDERPLOEG, H.A. Seasonal particle-size selection by Diaptomus sicilis in offshore Lake Michigan. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 38(5):504-517 (1981).

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