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ASSEL, R.A. Temperature effects on Lake Superior changes in storage: A 1976 case study update. GLERL Open File Report, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI 8 pp. (1988).
BEETON, A.M. The role of research in management of the Laurentian Great Lakes. In Prevention of Toxic Contamination in Large Lakes, Vol. IV, N.W. Schmidtke (ed.). Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, MI, 211-219 (1988).
BOLSENGA, S.J. Note on certain diurnal variations in the albedo of snow and ice. In Seasonal Snowcovers: Physics, Chemistry, Hydrology, H.G. Jones and W.J. Orville-Thomas (eds.). D. Reidel Publishing Company, Norwell, MA, 141-150 (1987).
BOLSENGA, S.J. Nearshore Great Lakes ice cover. Cold Regions Science and Technology 15:99-105 (1988).
BOLSENGA, S.J., G.M. GREENE, and K.M. HINKEL. Nearshore Great Lakes ice statistics. NOAA TM ERL GLERL-69, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (PB89-100192/XAB) 42 pp. (1988).
CARRICK, H.J., and R.L. Lowe. Response of Lake Michigan benthic algae to in situ enrichment with Si, N, and P. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 45(2):271-279 (1988). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1988/19880023.pdf
Chelton, D.B., A.W. BRATKOVICH, R.L. Bernstein, and P.M. Kosro. Poleward flow off central California during the spring and summer of 1981 and 1984. Journal of Geophysical Research 93(C9):10,604-10,620 (1988).
CROLEY, T.E., II, and H.C. HARTMANN. Near real-time forecasting of large lake supplies. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 113(6):810-823 (1987).
CROLEY, T.E., II, and H.C. HARTMANN. Effects of climate changes on the Laurentian Great Lakes levels. EPA DW13932631-01-0. The Potential Effects of Global Climate Change on the United States: Appendix A - Water Resources, U.S. EPA, Office of Policy, Planning, and Evaluation, Washington, DC, 4.1-4.34 pp. (1988).
DERECKI, J.A. Method used by the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (NOAA) for determination of flows (1979-86). In Lakes Michigan-Huron outflows, St. Clair and Detroit Rivers, 1900-86, Coordinating Committee on Great Lakes Basic Hydraulic and Hydrologic Data, International Joint Commission, 17-23 (1988). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1988/19880016.pdf
DERECKI, J.A., and F.H. QUINN. Comparison of vertical velocity measurements in the Great Lakes Connecting Channels with theoretical profiles. Reprinted from Hydraulic Engineering, Proceedings, 1988 National Conference, Hydraulic Division/American Society of Civil Engineers, Colorado Springs,CO, August 8-12, 1988. 276-281 (1988). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1988/19880017.pdf
EADIE, B.J., T.F. NALEPA, and P.F. LANDRUM. Toxic contaminants and benthic organisms in the Great Lakes: Cycling, fate and effects. In Toxic Contamination in Large Lakes, Volume I. Chronic Effects of Toxic Contaminants in Large Lakes, N.W. Schmidtke (ed.). Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, MI, 161-178 (1988).
FAHNENSTIEL, G.L., and D. SCAVIA. Dynamics of Lake Michigan phytoplankton: The deep chlorophyll layer. Journal of Great Lakes Research 13(3):285-295 (1987). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1987/19870007.pdf
FAHNENSTIEL, G.L., D. SCAVIA, G.A. LANG, J.H. SAYLOR, G.S. MILLER, and D.J. SCHWAB. Impact of inertial period internal waves on fixed-depth primary production estimates. Journal of Plankton Research 10(1):77-87 (1988).
GARDNER, W.S., J.F. CHANDLER, G.A. LAIRD, and H.J. CARRICK. Sources and fate of dissolved free amino acids in epilimnetic Lake Michigan water. Limnology and Oceanography 32(6):1353-1362 (1987). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1987/19870013.pdf
GARDNER, W.S., T.F. NALEPA, and J.M. MALCZYK. Nitrogen mineralization and denitrification in Lake Michigan sediments. Limnology and Oceanography 32(6):1226-1238 (1987). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1987/19870012.pdf
HARTMANN, H.C. Potential variation of Great Lakes water levels: A hydrologic response analysis. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL GLERL-68, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (PB88-199203/XAB) 30 pp. (1988).
HARTMANN, H.C., and T.E. CROLEY. Great Lakes water management: Modeling hydrologic impacts. Preprints, Eleventh Conference on Weather Modification/Seventh Conference on Hydrometeorology, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, October 6-8, 1987. American Meteorological Society, Boston, MA, 174-177 (1987).
HARTMANN, H.C., and F.H. QUINN. Climatic extremes and Great Lakes water management. Proceedings: Water for World Development VI, IWRA World Congress on Water Resources, Volume II, Ottawa, Ontairo, Canada, May 29-June 3, 1988. International Water Resources Association, Urbana, IL, 476-485 (1988).
HAWLEY, N. Flow in cylindrical sediment traps. Journal of Great Lakes Research 14(1):76-88 (1988). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1988/19880013.pdf
Holland, R.E., A.M. BEETON, and T.H. JOHENGEN. Saline Valley rural clean water project interim report on monitoring during 1987. Contract Report, Michigan Department of Agriculture, Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners, the Monroe County Board of Commissions, the Washtenaw County Soil Conservation District, and the Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District, 117 pp. (1988).
KEILTY, T.J., E.F. Stoermer, and D.S. White. Algal remains in some surface sediments of Lake Erie. Journal of Great Lakes Research 14(2):164-170 (1988). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1988/19880004.pdf
KEILTY, T.J., D.S. White, and P.F. LANDRUM. Short-term lethality and sediment avoidance assays with endrin-contaminated sediment and two oligochaetes from Lake Michigan. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 17:95-101 (1988).
Kitchell, J.F., M.S. Evans, D. SCAVIA, and L.B. Crowder. ReportRegulation of water quality in Lake Michigan: Report of the food web workshop. Journal of Great Lakes Research 14(1):109-114 (1988). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1988/19880001.pdf
LAIRD, G.A., D. SCAVIA, G.L. FAHNENSTIEL, L.A. STRONG, and G.A. LANG. Dynamics of Lake Michigan phytoplankton: Relationship to nitrogen and silica fluxes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 45(8):1459-1466 (1988). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1988/19880021.pdf
LAIRD, G.A., D. SCAVIA, G.L. FAHNENSTIEL, L.A. STRONG, J.M. MALCZYK, G.A. LANG, and W.S. GARDNER. Southern Lake Michigan nutrients, temperature, chlorophyll, plankton, and water movement during 1983 and 1984. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL GLERL-67, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (PB88-148572/XAB) 27 pp. (1987). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/tech_reports/glerl-067
LANDRUM, P.F. Toxicokinetics of organic xenobiotics in the amphipod Pontoporeia hoyi: The role of physiological and environmental variables. Aquatic Toxicology 12:245-271 (1988).
LESHKEVICH, G.A. Goniometric measurements of a spray-painted barium sulfate reference panel. Remote Sensing of Environment 24:287-296 (1988).
LESHKEVICH, G.A. Non-Lambertian reference panel effect on spectral reflectance measurements of freshwater ice. International Journal of Remote Sensing 9(4):825-832 (1988).
LESHT, B.M., and N. HAWLEY. Near-bottom currents and suspended sediment concentratioan in southeastern Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research 13(3):375-386 (1987). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1987/19870008.pdf
LIU, P.C. A measurement of equilibrium range in the frequency spectra of wave slopes. Preprints, Seventh Conference on Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction, Anaheim, CA, January 31-February 5, 1988. American Meteorological Society, Boston, 150-153 (1988).
McCORMICK, M.J., and G.A. Meadows. An intercomparison of four mixed layer models in a shallow inland sea. Journal of Geophysical Research 93(C6):6774-6788 (1988).
Mortimer, C.H. Discoveries and testable hypotheses arising from Coastal Zone Color Scanner imagery of southern Lake Michigan. Limnology and Oceanography 33(2):203-226 (1988). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1988/19880014.pdf
NALEPA, T.F., and P.F. LANDRUM. Benthic invertebrates and contaminant levels in the Great Lakes: Effects, fates, and role in cycling. In Toxic Contaminants and Ecosystem Health; A Great Lakes Focus, M.S. Evans (ed.). Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, 77-102 (1988).
NALEPA, T.F., M.A. QUIGLEY, and R.W. ZIEGLER. Sampling efficiency of the Ponar grab in two different benthic environments. Journal of Great Lakes Research 14(1):89-93 (1988). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1988/19880002.pdf
PARRISH, C.C., X. Zhou, and L.R. HERCHE. Flame ionization and flame thermionic detection of carbon and nitrogen in aquatic lipid and humic-type classes with an Iatroscan Mark IV. Journal of Chromatography 435:350-356 (1988).
QUIGLEY, M.A. Gut fullness of the deposit-feeding amphipod, Pontoporeia hoyi, in southeastern Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research 14(2):178-187 (1988). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1988/19880005.pdf
QUINN, F.H. Likely effects of climate changes on water levels in the Great Lakes. Proceedings, First North American Conference on Preparing for Climate Change: A Cooperative Approach, Washington, DC, Oct. 27-29, 1987. Climate Institute, Washington, DC, 481-487 (1988).
SAYLOR, J.H., and G.S. MILLER. Studies of large-scale currents in Lake Erie, 1979-1980. Journal of Great Lakes Research 13(4):487-514 (1987). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1987/19870010.pdf
SAYLOR, J.H., and G.S. MILLER. Observation of Ekman veering at the bottom of Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research 14(1):94-100 (1988). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1988/19880003.pdf
SCAVIA, D., and G.L. FAHNENSTIEL. From picoplankton to fish: Complex interactions in the Great Lakes. In Complex Interations in Lake Communities, S.R. Carpenter (ed.). Springer-Verlag, New York, 85-97 (1988).
SCAVIA, D., G.A. LANG, and J.F. Kitchell. Dynamics of Lake Michigan plankton: a model evaluation of nutrient loading, competition, and predation. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 45(1):165-177 (1988). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1988/19880022.pdf
Schertzer, W.M., J.H. SAYLOR, F.M. Boyce, D.G. Robertson, and F. Rosa. Seasonal thermal cycle of Lake Erie. Journal of Great Lakes Research 13(4):468-486 (1987). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1987/19870009.pdf
STEHLY, G.R., and W.L. Hayton. Detection of pentachlorophenol and its glucuronide and sulfate conjugates in fish bile and exposure water. Journal of Environmental Science and Health B23(4):355-366 (1988).
STEHLY, G.R., and W.L. Hayton. Errors in the use of the accelerated bioconcentration test. In Aquatic Toxicology and Environmental Fate: Eleventh Volume, G.W. Suter II, and M. A. Lewis (eds.). American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, PA, 573-584 (1989).
TARAPCHAK, S.J., H.K. SOO, and J.S. Tarapchak. An improved settling chamber and evaluation of procedures for preparing phytoplankton samples for quantitative 14C autoradiography. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 111(4):547-558 (1988).
Vallentyne, J.R., and A.M. BEETON. The 'ecosystem' approach to managing human uses and abuses of natural resources in the Great Lakes basin. Environmental Conservation 15(1):58-62 (1988).
VANDERPLOEG, H.A., B.J. EADIE, J.R. LIEBIG, S.J. TARAPCHAK, and R.M. Glover. Contribution of calcite to the particle-size spectrum of Lake Michigan seston and its interactions with the plankton. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 44(11):1898-1914 (1987).
Venkatesh, S., M. Donelan, H. Graber, P.C. LIU, D.J. SCHWAB, and M. Skafel. Finite depth wind wavesa preliminary analysis of data from a field study on Lake St. Clair. Seventh Conference on Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction, Anaheim, CA, February 1-5, 1988. American Meteorological Society, Boston, MA, 154-156 (1988).
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