GLERL Publications for FY 1998: October 1997 - September 1998

Publications List Key
Capitalized names represent GLERL authors.
* = Not available from GLERL.
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ASSEL, R. A. The 1997 ENSO Event and Implications for North American Laurentian Great Lakes Winter Severity and Ice Cover. Geophysical Research Letters 25(7): 1031-1033 (1998).

ASSEL, R. A. and L. R. HERCHE. Ice-on dates, ice-off dates, and ice duration for lakes and rivers with long-term records. Proceedings, 14th International Ice Symposiume, H.T. Shen (ed.), Potsdam, New York, A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, Netherlands, p.147-151 (1998).

+ASSEL, R. A., NORTON, D. C., and QUINN, F. H. Early 20th Century Lake Superior Basin Precipitation Estimate. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL GLERL-107, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (NTIS# not yet available) 22 pp. (1998).https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/tech_reports/glerl-107/tm-107.pdf

ASSEL, R. A. and Rodionov, S. Atmospheric teleconnections for annual maximum ice cover on the Laurentian Great Lakes. International Journal of Climatology 18: 425-442 (1998).

BEETON, A.M. NOAA advances and activities in climate prediction. Proceedings, Adapting to Climate Change and Variability in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 13-15, 1997. Environmental Adaptation Research Group, 67-71 pp. (1998). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1998/19980021.pdf

BELETSKY, D., K. W. Lee, and D. J. SCHWAB. Recent advances in hydrodynamic modeling of the Great Lakes. Proceedings of Theme B, Water for a Changing Global Communitye, San Francisco, CA, The 27th Congress of the Int'l Assoc. for Hydraulic Research, 925-930 (1997).

BELETSKY, D. and D. J. SCHWAB. Modeling thermal structure and circulation in Lake Michigan. Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, Proceedings of the Conference of American Society of Civil Engineerse, Alexandria, Virginia, 511-522 (1998).

Breaker, L. and P. C. LIU. Application of the wavelet transform to the characterization of the intraseasonal oscilliations in sea surface temperature, wind stress, and sea level off Monterey, California. Proceedings, Second Conference on Coastal Atmospheric and Oceanic Prediction Processese, Phoenix, AZ, American Meterological Society, 166-170 (1998).

CROLEY, II T. E. Great Lakes Advanced Hydrologic Prediction System. Proceedings, 1st Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conferencee, Las Vegas, NV, 6.1-6.8 (1998).

CROLEY, T. E. Mixing probabilistic meteorology outlooks in operational hydrology. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 2(4): 161-168 (1997).

CROLEY, T. E., QUINN, F. H., Kunkel, K. E., and Changnon, S. A. Great Lakes Hydrology Under Transposed Climates. Climatic Change 38: 405-433 (1998).

Fornstrom, C. B., LANDRUM, P. F., Weisskopf, C. P., and La Point, T. W. Effects of Terbufos on Juvenile Red Swamp Crayfish (Procambarus clarkii): Differential Routes of Exposure. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 16(12): 2514-2520 (1997).

GOSSIAUX, D. G., LANDRUM, P. F., and Fisher, S. W. The assimilation of contaminants from suspended sediment and algae by the zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha. Chemosphere 36(15): 3181-3197 (1998).

+GREAT LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LABORATORY. Fish Accoustics at the Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab. Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab, Ann Arbor, MI, 2 pp. (1998).https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/brochures/fishacoustics.pdf

Holcombe, T., REID, D. F., Taylor, L., VINCENT, P., Warren, J., and Schwartz, G. Bathymetry of Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair: A color poster with descriptive text and digital data available on CD-ROM (https://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/mgg/greatlakes/erie.html). U.S. Dept of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Geophysical Data Center, Boulder Colorado, CO. Report MGG-13 (1998).https://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/mgg/greatlakes/erie.html

HORNE, J. K. and Clay, C. S. Sonar systems and aquatic organisms: matching equipment and model parameters. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55: 1296-1306 (1998).

HORNE, J. K. and J. M. JECH. Quantifying intra-species variation in acoustic backscatter models. Proceedings, 135th Meeting of the Accoustical Society of Americae, Seattle, WA, 1821-1822 (1998).

Hunkins, K., Manley, T. O., Manley, P., and SAYLOR, J. Numerical studies of the 4-day oscillation in Lake Champlain. Journal of Geophysical Research 103(C9): 18,425-18,436 (1998).

JECH, J. M. and J. K. HORNE. Sensitivity of acoustic scattering models to fish morphometry. Proceedings, 135th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of Americae, Seattle, WA, 1819-1820 (1998).

KANE-DRISCOLL, S. and LANDRUM, P. F. Comparison of Equilibrium Partitioning and Critical Body Residue Approaches for Predicting Toxicity of Sediment-Associated Flouranthene to Freshwater Amphipods. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 16(10): 2179-2186 (1997).

Kukkonen, J. V. K. and LANDRUM, P. F. Effect of particle-xenobiotic contact time on bioavailability of sediment-associated benzo(a)pyrene to benthic amphipod, Diporeia spp. Aquatic Toxicology 42: 229-242 (1998).

Kunkel, K. E., Changnon, S. A., CROLEY, T. E., and QUINN, F. H. Transposed climates for study of water supply variability on the Laurentian Great Lakes. Climatic Change 38: 387-404 (1998).

LANDRUM, P. F. Kinetic Models for Assessing Bioaccumulation. Proceedings, National Sediment Bioaccumulation Conferencee, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 47-50 (1998).

LANDRUM, P. F., GOSSIAUX, D. C., and Kukkonen, J. Sediment characteristics influencing the bioavailability of nonpolar organic contaminants to Diporeia spp. Chemical Speciation and Bioavailability 9(2): 43-55 (1997).

+LANDRUM, P. F., Kane-Driscoll, S., Tigue, E., GOSSIAUX, D., GEDEON, M., and Adler, M. Toxicokinetics of polychlorinated biphenyl congeners by Diporeia spp.: Effects of temperature and organism size. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL GLERL-106, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (NTIS# not yet available) 21 pp. (1998).https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/tech_reports/glerl-106/tm-106.pdf

LAVRENTYEV, P. J., GARDNER, W. S., and JOHNSON, J. R. Cascading trophic effects on aquatic nitrification: experimental evidence and potential implications. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 13: 161-175 (1997).

LAVRENTYEV, P. L., BOOTSMA, H. A., JOHENGEN, T. H., CAVALETTO, J. F., and GARDNER, W. S. Microbial plankton response to resource limitation: insights from the community structure and seston stoichiometry in Florida Bay, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series 165: 45-57 (1998).

Lee, C-H. and HAWLEY, N. The response of suspended particulate material to upwelling and downwelling events in southern Lake Michigan. Journal of Sedimentary Research 68(5): 819-831 (1998).

LEE, D. H. Great Lakes water levels. In, Michigan's Relative Risk Task Force Report on Hydrology, Surface and Ground Water Hydrology Alteration Task Force (ed.). Michigan DEQ, Office of Special Environmental Projects, Lansing, MI, p.8-19 (1997).

+LEE, D. H., MORSE, C., and BANDHU, S. Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River Medium Resolution Vector Shoreline Data. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL GLERL-104, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (NTIS# PB98-115843INF) 27 pp. (1998).https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/tech_reports/glerl-104/tm-104.pdf

LESHKEVICH, G. A., S. V. Nghiem, and R. Kwok. Algorithm Development for Satellite Synthetic Radar (SAR) Classification and Mapping of Great Lakes Ice Cover. Proceedings, IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS '98)e, Seattle, WA, 3 (1998).

LOFGREN, B. M. Simulated effects of idealized Laurentian Great Lakes on regional and large-scale climate. Journal of Climate 10: 2847-2858 (1997). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1997/19970002.pdf

Lohrenz, S. E., FAHNENSTIEL, G. L., Redalje, D. G., LANG, G. A., Chen, X., and Dagg, M. J. Variations in primary production of northern Gulf of Mexico continental shelf waters linked to nutrient inputs from the Mississippi River. Marine Ecology Progress Series 155: 45-54 (1997).

Mortsch, L.D., and F.H. QUINN (Eds.). Adapting to Climate Change and Variability in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin. Proceedings of a Binational Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 13-15, 1997. Environmental Adaptation Research Group, 193 pp. (1998). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1998/19980019.pdf

Mortsch, L.D., and F.H. QUINN. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence basin project: What have we learned? Proceedings, Adapting to Climate Change and Variability in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin. Proceedings of a Binational Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 13-15, 1997. Environmental Adaptation Research Group, 52-66 pp. (1998). https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/fulltext/1998/19980020.pdf

Nghiem, S. V., G. A. LESHKEVICH, and R. Kwok. C-Band Plarimentric Backscatter Observations of Great Lakes Ice. Proceedings, IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS '98), Seattle, WA, 3 pp. (1998).

Pirrone, N., Allegrini, I., Keeler, G. J., Nriagu, J. O., Rossmann, R., and ROBBINS, J. A. Historical atmospheric mercury emissions and depositions in North America compared to mercury accumulations in sedimentary records. Atmospheric Environment 32(5): 929-940 (1998).

POTHOVEN, S. A., BRANDT, S. B., JECH, J. M., HONDORP, D. W., and BARRY, K. L. Fish Abundance, Size and Species Composition in the G-West and Reference Areas Near Pooles Island. Maryland Environmental Service, Annapolis, Maryland, 199 pp. (1998).

+QUIGLEY, M. A. and NALEPA, T. Decline in Lake Michigan Bottom Life. Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 2 pp. (1997).https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/brochures/dipo.pdf

QUINN, F. H. Potential Effects of Climate Change on the Great Lakes Basin. State of the Great Lakes 1997 Annual Report (1998).

QUINN, F. H., CROLEY, T. E., Kunkel, K., and Changnon, S. J. Laurentian Great Lakes hydrology and lake levels under the transposed 1993 Mississippi River flood climate. Journal of Great Lakes Research 23(3): 317-327 (1997).

Shen, H., Nghiem, S., LESHKEVICH, G. A., and Manore, M. A Summary of Current Remote Sensing and Modeling Capabilities of the Great Lakes Ice Conditions. 98-11, Great Lakes Program, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, 10 pp. (1998).

Tomaszek, J. A., GARDNER, W. S., and JOHENGEN, T. H. Denitrification in sediments of a Lake Erie coastal wetland (Old Woman Creek, Huron, Ohio, USA). Journal of Great Lakes Research 23(4): 403-415 (1997).

VANDERPLOEG, H. A., CAVALETTO, J. F., LIEBIG, J. R., and Gardner, W. S. Limnocalanus macrurus (Copepoda: Calanoida) retains a marine arctic lipid and life-cycle strategy in Lake Michigan. Journal of Plankton Research 20(8): 1581-1597 (1998).

+WINKELMAN, A., STABENAU, E., and EADIE, B. J. Particle Size Distribution and Concentration of Total Suspended Matter in Southern Lake Michigan: January 28-February 10, 1998. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL GLERL-105, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (NTIS# not yet available) 34 pp. (1998).https://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pubs/tech_reports/glerl-105/tm-105.pdf

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