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GLERL Publications Update
April 2001- September 2001

Publications List Key
Capitalized names represent GLERL authors.
* = Not available from GLERL.
** = Available in GLERL Library only.

ASSEL, R. A. Ice records on Grand Traverse Bay. In Grand Traverse Bay State of the Bay Report 2000, C. Wright and A. Hensen (Eds.), The Watershed Center, Grand Traverse Bay, Traverse City, MI, pp. 18 (2000).

BELETSKY, D., and D. J. SCHWAB. Modeling circulation and thermal structure in Lake Michigan: Annual cycle and interannual variability. Journal of Geophysical Research 106(C9):19745-19771 (2001).

Breneman, D., C. Richards, and S. LOZANO. Environmental influences on benthic community structure in a Great Lakes embayment. Journal of Great Lakes Research 26(3):287-304 (2000).

Budd, J. W., T. D. Drummer, T. F. NALEPA, and G. L. FAHNENSTIEL. Remote sensing of biotic effects: Zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) influence on water clarity in Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron. Limnology and Oceanography 46(2):213-223 (2001).

CROLEY, T. E. II. Climate-biased decisions via partial historical sampling. Proceedings, World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, Bridging the Gap: Meeting the World's Water and Environmental Resources Challenges, D. Phelps and G. Sehlke (Eds.), Orlando, FL, May 20-24, 2001. American Society of Civil Engineers, Washington, DC, pp. 10 (2001).

CROLEY, T. E. II. Climate-biased storm-frequency estimation. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 6(4):275-283 (2001).

EADIE, B. J., G. S. MILLER, M. B. LANSING, and A. G. WINKELMAN. Chapter 2. Settling particle fluxes and current and temperature profiles in Grand Traverse Bay, Lake Michigan. In Final Report. Trophic Transfer of Atmospheric and Sedimentary Contaminants into Great Lakes Fish: Controls on Ecosystem-Scale Response Times, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Solomons, MD, pp. 25 (2001).

EADIE, B. J., and D. J. SCHWAB. Episodic Events - Great Lakes Experiment (EEGLE). In Newsletter of Coastal Ocean Processes, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, Savannah, GA, pp. 8-9 (2001).

FANSLOW, D. L., T. F. NALEPA, and T. H. JOHENGEN. Seasonal changes in the respiratory electron transport system (ETS) and respiration of the zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha in Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron. Hydrobiologia 448:61-70 (2001).

GARDNER, W. S., L. Yang, J. B. Cotner, T. H. JOHENGEN, and P. J. Lavrentyev. Nitrogen dynamics in sandy freshwater sediments (Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron). Journal of Great Lakes Research 27(1):84-97 (2001).

GREAT LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LABORATORY. Great Lakes Ice Cover. NOAA, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI, 2 pp. (2001).

HORNE, J. K. Acoustic approaches to remote species identification. Fisheries Oceanography 9(4):356-371 (2000).

Hwang, H., S. W. Fisher, and P. F. LANDRUM. Identifying body residues of HCBP associated with 10-d mortality and partial life cycle effects in the midge, Chironimus riparius. Aquatic Toxicology 52:251-267 (2001).

JECH, J. M., and J. K. HORNE. Effects of in situ target spatial distributions on acoustic density estimates. ICES Journal of Marine Science 58:123-136 (2001).

LANDRUM, P. F., E. A. TIGUE, S. KANE-DRISCOLL, D. C. GOSSIAUX, P. L. VAN HOOF, M. L. GEDEON, and M. ADLER. Bioaccumulation of PCB congeners by Diporeia spp.: Kinetics and factors affecting bioavailability. Journal of Great Lakes Research 27(2):117-133 (2001).

LEE, J. H., P. F. LANDRUM, L. J. Field, and C.-H. Koh. Application of SPAH model and a logistic regression model to sediment toxicity data based on a species-specific, water-only LC50 toxic unit for Hyalella azteca. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 20(9):2102-2113 (2001).

LIU, P. C., D. J. SCHWAB, and R. E. Jensen. Has wind-wave modeling reached its limit? Ocean Engineering 29:81-98 (2002).

LOFGREN, B.M. Comment on "Application of the Canadian Regional Climate Model to the Laurentian Great Lakes Region: Implementation of a lake model." Atmosphere-Ocean 39(4):503-506 (2001).

Lozano, S. J., J. V. Scharold, and T. F. NALEPA. Recent declines in benthic macroinvertebrate densities in Lake Ontario. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58(3):518-529 (2001).

Luo, J., K. J. Hartman, S. B. BRANDT, C. F. Cerco, and T. H. Rippetoe. A spatially-explicit approach for estimating carrying capacity: An application for the Atlantic menhaden (Brevoortia tyrannus) in Chesapeake Bay. Estuaries 24(4):545-556 (2001).

Magnuson, J. J., D. M. Robertson, B. J. Benson, R. H. Wynne, D. M. Livingstone, T. Arai, R. A. ASSEL, R. G. Barry, V. Card, E. Kuusisto, N. G. Granin, T. D. Prowse, K. M. Stewart, and V. S. Vuglinski. Historical trends in lake and river ice cover in the Northern Hemisphere. Science 289:1743-1746 (2000).

MASON, D. M., A. Goyke, S. B. BRANDT, and J. M. Jech. Acoustic fish stock assessment in the Laurentian Great Lakes. In The Great Lakes of the World (GLOW): Food-web, Health and Integrity, M. Munawar and R.E. Hecky (Eds.), Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands, pp. 317-339 (2001).

NALEPA, T. F., G. A. LANG, and D. L. FANSLOW. Trends in benthic macroinvertebrate populations in southern Lake Michigan. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 27:2540-2545 (2000).

NALEPA, T. F., D. W. Schloesser, S. A. POTHOVEN, D. HONDORP, D. L. FANSLOW, M. Tuchman, and G. Fleischer. First finding of the amphipod Echinogammarus ischnus and the mussel Dreissena bugensis in Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research 27(3):384-391 (2001).

Omair, M., B. Naylor, D.J. Jude, J. Quddus, T.F. Beals, and H.A. VANDERPLOEG. Histology of herniations through the body wall and cuticle of zooplankton from the Laurentian Great Lakes. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 77:108-113 (2001).

RODIONOV, S., and R. A. ASSEL. A new look at the Pacific/North American index. Journal of Geophysical Research Letters 28(8):1519-1522 (2001).

SCHWAB, D.J. and D. BELETSKY. Hydrodynamic and sediment transport modeling of episodic resuspension events in Lake Michigan. Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Estuarine and Coastal Modeling. M.L. Spaulding (ed.), St. Petersburg, FL, November 5-7, 2001, 266-279 (2001).

Silliman, J. E., P. A. Meyers, B. J. EADIE, and J. V. Klump. A hypothesis for the origin of perylene based on its low abundance in sediments of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Chemical Geology 177:309-322 (2001).

Swihart, R. K., Z. Feng, N. A. Slade, D. M. MASON, and T. M. Gehring. Effects of habitat destruction and resource supplementation in a predator-prey metapopulation model. Journal of Theoretical Biology 210:287-303 (2001).

TYLER, J. A., and S. B. BRANDT. Do spatial models of growth rate potential reflect fish growth in a heterogeneous environment? A comparison of model results. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 10:43-56 (2001).

Van Hoof, P. L., J. V. Kukkonen, and P. F. LANDRUM. Impact of sediment manipulation on the bioaccumulation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from field-contaminated and laboratory-dosed sediments by an oligochaete. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 20(8):1752-1761 (2001).

VANDERPLOEG, H. A., J. R. LIEBIG, W. W. Carmichael, M. A. AGY, T. H. JOHENGEN, G. L. FAHNENSTIEL, and T. F. NALEPA. Zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) selective filtration promoted toxic Microcystis bloom in Saginaw Bay (Lake Huron) and Lake Erie. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58(6):1208-1221 (2001).