Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Listed in reverse chronological order. Some links may only be available by subscription. Contact gjmalyj@ucdavis.edu for reprints.

Trask, J.C., G.E. Fogg, and C.E. Puente. 2017. Resolving hydrolic water balances through a novel error analysis approach, with application to the Tahoe basin. Journal of Hydrology Vol. 546: 326-340. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.12.029

Coats, R., J. Lewis, N. Alvarez, and P. Arneson. 2016. Temporal and Spatial Trends in Nutrient and Sediment Loading to Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada, USA. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 1-19. DOI: 10.111/1752-1688.12461.

Shaw, D.W.H., Z.P. Hymanson, and T.L. Sasaki. 2016. Physical Control of Nonindigenous Aquatic Plants in Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe, CA. Invasive Plant Science and Management., 9:138-147.

Urmy, S. S., C. E. Williamson, T. H. Leach, S. G. Schladow, E. P. Overholt, and J. D. Warren. 2016. Vertical redistribution of zooplankton in an oligotrophic lake associated with reduction in ultraviolet radiation by wildfire smoke. Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, doi:10.1002/2016GL068533.

Reardon, K.E., P.A. Moreno-Casas, F.A. Bombardelli, and S.G. Schladow. 2016. Seasonal nearshore sediment resuspension and water clarity at Lake Tahoe, Lake and Reservoir Management. 32:2, 132-145, DOI:10.1080/10402381.2015.1136013

Williamson, C.E., et al. 2016. Sentinel responses to droughts, wildfires, and floods; effects of UV radiation on lakes and their ecosystem services. Front Ecol Environ 2016; 14(2): 102-109, doi:10.1002/fee.1228

O'Reilly, C.M., et al. 2015. Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe. Geophys. Res. Lett, doi: 10.1002/2015GL066235. 

Cossu, R., A.L. Forrest, H.A. Roop, G.B. Dunbar, M.J. Vandegoes, R.H. Levy, P. Stumpner, and S.G. Schladow. 2015. Seasonal variability in turbidity currents in Lake Ohau, New Zealand, and their influence on sedimentation. Marine and Freshwater Research. 4 November 2015, http://dr.doi.org/10.1071/MF15043

Hoyer, A.B., S.G. Schladow, and F. J. Rueda. 2015. A hydrodynamics-based approach to evaluating the risk of waterborne pathogens entering drinking water intakes in a large, stratified lake. Water Research. Vol. 83, 15 October 2015, Pages 227-236

Hoyer, A.B., S.G. Schladow, and F. J. Rueda. 2015. Local dispersion of nonmotile invasive bivalve species by wind-driven lake currents. Limnol. Oceanogr. 00,2015, 00-00, doi: 10.1002/lno.10046

Sharma, S. et al. 2015. A global database of lake surface temperatures collected by in situ and satellite methods from 1985-2009. Nature Scientific Data 2:150008 doi: 10.1038/sdata.2015.8

Goldberg, S.J., G.I. Ball, B.C. Allen, S.G. Schladow, A.J. Simpson, H. Masoom, R. Soong, H.D. Graven, and L.I. Aluwihare. 2015. Refractory dissolved organic nitrogen accumulation in high-elevation lakes. Nature Communications, 6(6347)

Acosta, M., M. Anguita, F.J. Fernandez-Baldomero, C. Ramonm S.G. Schladow, and F. J. Rueda. 2015. Evaluation of a Nested-grid implementation for 3D finite-difference Cartesian semi-implicit hydrodynamic models. Journal of Environmental Modelling and Software, 64:241-262

Fauria, K. R. Kerwin, D. Nover, and S.G. Schladow. 2015. Suspended particle capture by synthetic vegetation in a laboratory flume. Water Resources Research. **IN PRESS**

Kraemer, B., O. Anneville, S. Chandra, M. Dix, E. Kuusisto, D. Livingstone, A. Rimmer, G. Schladow, E. Silow, L. Sitoki, R. Tamatamah, Y. Vadeboncoeur, and P. McIntyre. Morphometry and average temperature affect lake stratification responses to climate change. Geophysical Research Letters. **IN PRESS**

Watanabe, S., W. Vincent, J. Reuter, S. Hook, and S.G. Schladow. 2015. A quantitative blueness index for oligotrophic waters: Application to Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. **IN PRESS**

McCord, S., M. Beutel, S. Dent, and G. Schladow. 2015. The case for hypolimnetic oxygenation to control methymercury bioaccumulation in seasonally stratified reservoirs. Water Resources Research. **SUBMITTED**

Urmy, et al. 2015. Wildfire smoke changes the vertical distribution of zooplankton in an oligotrophic lake by redicing ultraviolet radiation. Limnology and Oceanography. **SUBMITTED**

Kraemer, B.M., S. Chandra, M. Dix, E. Kuusisto, D.M. Livingstone, G. Schladow, E. Silow, L.M. Sitoki, R. Tamatamah, Y. Vadeboncoeur and P.B. McIntyre. 2014. Activiation energies explain global patterns in aquatic ecosystem responses to warming. Nature. **SUBMITTED**

Acosta, M., M. Anguita, J. Fernandez-Baldomero, S.G. Schladow and F.J. Rueda. Parallel multiple-nested grid simulations of near-shore transport in lake physical modelling. Environmental Modelling and Software. ** SUBMITTED**

Sahoo, G.B. and S.G. Schladow. 2014. Heat and Hydrologic Budget Estimates for Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, USA. Water Resources Management, 28: 1395-1414

Sahoo, G.B., A.L. Forrest, S.G. Schladow, J.E. Reuter, R. Coats, and M. Dettinger. 2014. Climate Change Impacts on Lake Thermal Dynamics and Ecosystem Vulnerabilities. Limnology and Oceanography. **IN PRESS**

Stevens, C. L., M. G. McPhee, A. L. Forrest, G. H. Leonard, T. Stanton, and T. G. Haskell. 2014. The influence of an Antarctic glacier tongue on near-field ocean circulation and mixing, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 119, 2344–2362, doi:10.1002/2013JC009070.

Hoyer, A.B., M.E. Wittmann, S. Chandra, S.G. Schladow and F.J. Rueda. 2014. A 3D individual-based aquatic transport model for the assessment of the potential dispersal of planktonic larvae of an invasive bivalve. Journal of Environmental Management, 145: 330-340.

Hoyer, A. B., S.G. Schladow and F.J. Rueda. 2014. Local Dispersion of Invasive Bivalve Species by Wind-driven Lake Currents. Limnology and Oceanography. ** IN PRESS **

Reardon, K. E., F.A. Bombardelli, P.A. Moreno-Casas, F.J. Rueda and S.G. Schladow. 2014. Wind-driven nearshore sediment resuspension in a deep lake during winter. Water Resources Research, 50(11): 8826-8844.

Reardon, K. E., F.A. Bombardelli, P.A. Moreno-Casas, F.J. Rueda and S.G. Schladow. 2014. Wind-driven nearshore sediment resuspension in a deep lake during winter. Water Resources Research. ** IN PRESS **

Acosta, M., M. Anguita, F.J. Fernández-Baldomero, C. Ramón, S.G. Schladow, and F.J. Rueda. 2014. Evaluation of a Nested-grid implementation for 3D finite-difference Cartesian semi-implicit hydrodynamic models. Journal of Environmental Modelling and Software. ** SUBMITTED **

Acosta, M., M. Anguita, J. Fernández-Baldomero, S. G. Schladow and F. J. Rueda. 2014. Parallel multiple-nested grid simulations of near-shore transport in lake physical modelling. Environmental of Environmental Modelling and Software. ** SUBMITTED **

Hoyer, A.B., S.G. Schladow and F.J. Rueda. 2014. A hydrodynamics-based approach to evaluating the risk of waterborne pathogens entering drinking water intakes in a large, stratified lake. Water Research. ** SUBMITTED **

Fauria, K., R. Kerwin, D. Nover and S.G. Schladow. 2014. Particle capture by synthetic vegetation in a laboratory flume. Water Resources Research. **SUBMITTED **

Sahoo, G.B., A.L. Forrest, S.G. Schladow, J.E. Reuter, R. Coats and M. Dettinger. 2014. Climate Change Impacts on Lake Thermal Dynamics and Ecosystem Vulnerabilities. Limnology and Oceanography. ** SUBMITTED **

Goldberg, S.J., G.I. Ball, B.C. Allen, S.G. Schladow, A.J. Simpson, H. Masoom, R. Soong, H.D. Graven and L.I. Aluwihare. 2014. Refractory Dissolved Organic Nitrogen Accumulation Attenuates Nutrient Imbalance in High Elevation Lakes. Nature Communications. ** SUBMITTED **

Schladow, S.G., Hoyer, A., Rueda, F. and Anderson, M. 2014. Lake Tahoe Flow Modeling, Potential Pathogen Transport and Risk Modeling. Final Report to the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection

Melack, J. and G. Schladow. 2014. Lakes, Hal Mooney and Erika Zavaleta, (ed), Ecosystems of California - A Source Book. **SUBMITTED**

Coats, R.N., G.B. Sahoo, J. Riverson, M. Costa-Cabral, M. Dettinger, B. Wolfe, J.E. Reuter, S.G. Schladow, and C.R. Goldman. 2013. Historic and Likely Future Impacts of Climate Change on Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada, USA. Climatic Change and Global Warming of Inland Waters: Impacts and Mitigation for Ecosystems and Societies, (ed. Goldman, C.R., M. Kumagai and R.D. Robarts. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 231-254, 496.

Sahoo, G.B., D.M. Nover, J.E. Reuter, A.C. Heyvaert, J. Riverson and S.G. Schladow. 2013. Nutrient and particle load estimates to Lake Tahoe (CA-NV, USA) for Total Maximum Daily Load establishment. Science of the Total Environment 444 (2013) 579–590, www.elsevier.com/ locate/scitotenv

Coats, R., M. Costa-Cabral, J. Riverson, J. Reuter, G. Sahoo, G. Schladow and B. Wolfe. 2013. Projected 21st century trends in hydroclimatology of the Tahoe basin. Climatic Change. DOI:10.1007/s10584-012-0425-5.

Riverson, J., R. Coats, M. Costa-Cabral, M. Dettinger, J. Reuter, G. Sahoo and G. Schladow. 2013. Modeling the transport of nutrients and sediment loads into Lake Tahoe under projected climatic changes. Climatic Change. DOI:10.1007/s10584-012-0629-8.

Costa-Cabral, M., R. Coats, J. Reuter, J. Riverson, G. Sahoo, G. Schladow, B. Wolfe, S.B. Roy and L. Chen. 2013. Climate variability and change in mountain environments: some implications for water resources and water quality in the Sierra Nevada (USA). Climatic Change, DOI 10.1007/s10584-0.

Wilson, R.C., S.J. Hook, P. Schneider, and S.G. Schladow. 2013. Skin and bulk temperature difference at Lake Tahoe: A case study on lake skin effect. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 118(10): 10,332-10,346.

Sahoo, G.B., D. Nover, S.G. Schladow, J.E. Reuter, and S. Jassby. 2013. Development of Updated Algorithms to Define Particle Dynamics in Lake Tahoe (CA-NV) USA for Total Maximum Daily Load. Water Resources Research, 49(11): 7627-7643.

Sahoo, G.B., S.G. Schladow, and J.C. Reuter. 2013. Hydrologic budget and dynamics of a large oligotrophic lake related to hydro-meteorological inputs. Journal of Hydrology, 500: 127-143.

Mackey, K.R.M., D. Hunter, Y. Jiang, B. Allen, Y. Chen, A. Liston, J. Reuter, G. Schladow and A. Paytan. 2013. Aerosol-nutrient-induced picoplankton growth in Lake Tahoe. J. Geophysical Res.: Biogeosciences, 118: 1-14.

Cloern, J.E., A.D. Jassby, J. Carstensen, W.A. Bennett, W. Kimmerer, R. Mac Nally, D.H. Schoellhamer and M. Winder. 2012. Perils of correlating CUSUM-transformed variables to infer ecological relationships. Limnol. Oceanogra., 57(2):665-668. DOI:10.4319/lo.2012.57.2.0665

Coats, R., M. Costa-Cabral, M. Dettinger, J. Riverson, J. Reuter, G. Sahoo, S.G. Schladow and B. Wolfe. 2012. Accepted. Climate Change in the Tahoe Basin: Impacts and Implications. Climatic Change.

Riverson, J., M.Costa-Cabral, R. Coats, R.E. Reuter, M. Dettinger, G. Sahoo, S.G. Schladow and B. Wolfe. 2012. Accepted. Modeling the impacts of climate change on streamflow, nutrient and sediment loads in the Tahoe Basin. Climatic Change.

Sahoo, G.B., Schladow, S.G., Reuter, J.E., Coats, R., Dettinger, M., Riverson, J., Wolfe, B., Costa-Cabral, M., 2012. Accepted. The Response of Lake Tahoe to Climate Change. Climatic Change, DOI 10.1007/s10584-0.

Coats, R., M. Costa-Cabral, J. Riverson, J. Reuter, G. Sahoo, G. Schladow and B. Wolfe. 2012. Projected 21st century trends in hydroclimatology of the Tahoe basin. Climatic Change, DOI 10.1007/s10584-0.

Wittmann, M.E., S. Chandra, J.E. Reuter, A. Caires, G. Schladow, M. Denton. 2012. Harvesting an invasive bivalve in a large natural lake: Species recovery and impacts to native benthic macroinvertebrate community structure in Lake Tahoe, USA. Aquatic Conserv: Mar. Freshw. Ecosys. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2251.

Wittmann, M.E., S.Chandra, J.E. Reuter, S.G. Schladow, B.C. Allen and K.J. Webb. 2012. The Control of an Invasive Bivalve, Corbicula fluminea, Using Gas Impermeable Benthic Barriers in a Large Natural Lake. Environmental Management. DOI 10.1007/s00267-012-9850-5.

Denton, M.E., S. Chandra, M.E. Wittmann, J.E. Reuter and J.G. Baguley. 2012. Reproduction and Population Structure of Corbicula fluminea in an Oligotrophic Subalpine Lake. National Shellfisheries Association. Journal of Shellfish Research, 31(1):145-152. 2012. http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.2983/035.031.0118.

Forrest, A.L., M.E. Wittmann, V. Schmidt, N.A. Raineault, A. Hamilton, W. Pike, S.G. Schladow, J.E. Reuter, B.E. Laval and A.C. Trembanis. 2012. Quantitative Assessment of Invasive Species in Lacustrine Environments through Benthic Imagery Analysis. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 10, 2012, 65–74

Winder, M., A.D. Jassby and R. Mac Nally. 2011. Synergies between climate anomalies and hydrological modifications facilitate estuarine biotic invasions. Ecology Letters, 14: 749–757 DOI:10.1111/j.1461-0248.2011.01635.x.

Winder, M. and A.D. Jassby. 2011. Synergies between anomalies and hydrological modifications facilitate estuarine biotic invasions. Ecology Letters, 34:675–690, DOI:10.1007/s12237-010-9342-x.

Andrews, S.W., D. M. Nover, J. E. Reuter, and S.G. Schladow. 2011. Limitations of laser diffraction for measuring fine particles in oligotrophic systems: Pitfalls and potential solutions, Water Resour. Res., 47, W05523, doi:10.1029/2010WR009837. 12 pp.

Andrews, S. W., D. M. Nover, K. E. Reardon, J. E. Reuter, and S. G. Schladow. 2011, The influence of ambient light intensity on in situ laser diffractometers, Water Resour. Res., 47, W06509, doi:10.1029/2010WR009841. 10 pp.

Oliver, A.A., J.E Reuter, A.C. Heyvaert and R.A. Dahlgren. 2011. Water quality response to the Angora Fire, Lake Tahoe, California. Biogeochemistry. 1-16 pp. DOI10.1007/s10533-011-9657-0.

Sahoo, G.B., S.G. Schladow, J.E. Reuter and R. Coats. 2011. Effects of Climate Change on Thermal Properties of Lakes and Reservoirs, and Possible Implications. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment (SERRA), vol. 25: 445-456. DOI10.1007/s00477-010-0414-z

Sahoo, G.B. 2011. Forecasting Stream Temperature Using Adaptive Neuron-Fuzzy Logic and Artificial Neural Network Models,H428. In Press. In Artificial Neural Networks. Nova Publisher, New York. ISBN: 978-1-61761-553-5.

Forrest, A.L., H. O. Andradottir and B. E. Laval. 2011. Preconditioning of an Underflow During Ice-Breakup in a Subarctic Lake. Aquatic Sciences

Moore, R.D., J. Richards and A. L. Forrest. 2011. Late-summer thermal regime of a small proglacial lake. Hydrological Processes (submitted).

Richards, J., R. D. Moore and A. L. Forrest. 2011. Late-summer thermal regime of a small proglacial lake. In Press, Hydrological Processes.

Bisiaux, M. M., R. Edwards, A. Heyvaert, J. Thomas, B. Fitzgerald, R. Susfalk, S. G. Schladow and M. Thaw. 2011. Stormwater and fire as sources of black carbon nanoparticles to Lake Tahoe. In Press, Environmental Science and Technology.

Cloern, J. E., K. A. Hieb, T. Jacobson, B. Sansó, E. Di Lorenzo, M. T. Stacey, J.L. Largier, W. Meiring, W.T. Peterson, T.M. Powell, M. Winder and A. D. Jassby. 2010. Biological communities in San Francisco Bay track large‐scale climate forcing over the North Pacific. Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L21602, DOI:10.1029/2010GL044774.

Winder, M. and J. E. Cloern. 2010. The annual cycles of phytoplankton biomass. Phil Trans. R. Roc. B 12 October 2010 vol. 365, no. 1555, pp.3215-3226

Shurin, J.B., M. Winder, R. Adrian, W.B. Keller, B. Matthews, A.M. Paterson, M.J. Paterson, B. Pinel-Alloul, J.A. Rusak and N.D. Yan. 2010. Environmental stability and lake zooplankton diversity – contrasting effects of chemical and thermal variability. Ecology Letters, 13:453-463, DOI:10.1111/j.1461-0248.2009.01438.x

Gilroy, D. J., O. P. Jensen, B. C. Allen, S. Chandra, B. Gonzorig, Z. Hogan, J. T. Maxted and M. J. Vander Zanden. 2010. Home range and seasonal movement of taimen, Hucho taimen, in Mongolia. Ecology of Freshwater Fish.

Sahoo, G. B., S.G. Schladow and J. E. Reuter. 2010. Effect of Sediment and Nutrient Loading on Lake Tahoe (CA-NV) Optical Conditions and Restoration Opportunities Using a Newly Developed Lake Clarity Model. Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2009WR008447.

Sahoo, G.B. and S. G. Schladow. 2010. Impacts of Climate Change on Lakes and Reservoirs Dynamics and Restoration Policies, In Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies for Climate Change by A. Sumi, K. Fukushi, and A. Hirmatsu. Springer Publication, page 37-55. ISBN 978-4-431-99797-9.

Sahoo, G.B. 2010. Effect of climate change on lake mixing patterns and water quality. In “Global Environmental Policies: Impact, Management and Effects” Nova Publisher, New York. ISBN: 978-1-60876-204-0.

Crees, T., C. Kaminski, J. Ferguson, J. M. Laframbroise, A. L. Forrest, J. Williams, E. MacNeil, D. Hopkin and R. Pederson. 2010. UNCLOS Under Ice Survey ­ An Historic AUV Deployment in the Canadian High Arctic. OCEANS 2010 , vol., no., pp.1-8, 20-23 Sept. 2010 doi: 10.1109/OCEANS.2010.5664438

Sahoo, G. B., S. G. Schladow and J. E. Reuter. 2010. Effect of sediment and nutrient loading on Lake Tahoe optical conditions and restoration opportunities using a newly developed lake clarity model, Water Resour. Res., 46, W10505, DOI:10.1029/2009WR008447.

Sahoo, G.B., S. G. Schladow, J. E. Reuter and R. Coats. 2010a. Effects of Climate Change on Thermal Properties of Lakes and Reservoirs and Possible Implications. Accepted for publication, Journal of Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment (SERRA).

Andrews, S., D. M. Nover and S. G. Schladow. 2010. Using laser diffraction data to obtain accurate particle size distributions: the role of particle composition. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 8, 2010, 507–526

Reuter, J.E. J. Thomas and A.C. Heyvaert. 2009. Water Quality. In: Hymanson, Z.P. and M.C. Collopy, eds. An integrated science plan for the Lake Tahoe basin: conceptual framework and research strategies. Gen. Tech. Report. PSW-GTR-226. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station: 83-182. Chapter 4.

Gertler, A.W., T.A. Cahill, T.M. Cahill, S.S. Cliff, C. Emmett, J. Koracin, H. Kuhns, J.V. Molenar, J. Quashnick, and J.E. Reuter. 2009. An Integrated Science Plan for the Lake Tahoe Basin: Conceptual Framework and Research Strategies. In: Hymanson, Z.P.; Collopy, M.W., eds. An integrated science plan for the Lake Tahoe basin: conceptual framework and research strategies. Gen. Tech Rep. PSW-GTR-226. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station: 37-81. Chapter 3.

Jensen, O.P., Gilroy, D.J., Hogan, Z., Allen,B.C., Hrabik, T.R., Weidel, B.C., Chandra, S., Vander Zanden, M.J. 2009. Evaluating recreational fisheries for an endangered species: a case study of Taimen, Hucho taimen, in Mongolia. Canadian Journal of Fish and Aquatic Sciences 66(10). p

Sahoo, G. B., S.G. Schladow and J. E. Reuter. 2009. Estimation of stream water temperature using regression analysis, artificial neural network, and chaotic nonlinear dynamic models. Journal of Hydrology, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.09.037.

Chung, E. G., F. A. Bombardelli and S. G. Schladow. 2009. Sediment resuspension in a shallow lake, Water Resour. Res., 45, W05422, doi:10.1029/2007WR006585.

Chung, E. G., F. Bombardelli and S. G. Schladow. 2009. Modeling linkages between sediment resuspension and water quality in a shallow, eutrophic, wind-exposed lake. Ecological Modeling 220, 1251-1265.

Dobrowski, S. Z., J. T. Abatzoglou, J. A. Greenberg and S. G. Schladow. 2009. How much influence does landscape-scale physiography have on air temperature in a mountain environment? Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149 (10), 1751-1758.

Schneider P., S. J. Hook, R. Radocinski, G. K. Corlett, G. C. Hulley, S.G. Schladow and T. Steissberg. 2009. Satellite observations indicate rapid warming trend for lakes in California and Nevada. Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 36, L22402, doi:10.1029/2009GL040846.

Sahoo, G.B., S.G. Schladow and J.E. Reuter. 2009. Estimation of stream water temperature using regression analysis, artificial neural network, and chaotic nonlinear dynamic models. Journal of Hydrology. 378: 325-342.

Lopus, S.E., P.A.M. Bachand, A.C. Heyvaert, I. Werner, S.J. Teh and J.E. Reuter. 2009. Potential toxicity concerns from chemical coagulation treatment of stormwater in the Tahoe basin, California, USA. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 72: 1933-1941.

Stubblefield, A.P., J.E. Reuter and C.R. Goldman. 2009. Sediment budget for subalpine watershed, Lake Tahoe, California, USA. Catena. 76: 163-172.

Hunter, D.A. and M. Winder. 2009. Long-term changes of the chrysophyte population in Lake Tahoe. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. Vol 30, Part 7 p 1051-1055.

MacKay, M.D., P. J. Neale, C. D. Arp, L. N. De Senerpont Domis,

Fang, G. Gal, K. Jöhnk, G. Kirillin, J. D. Lenters, E. Litchman, S. MacIntyre, P. Marsh, J. Melack, W. M. Mooij, F. Peeters, A. Quesada, S. G. Schladow, M. Schmid, C. Spence, H. G. Stefan and S. L. Stokes. 2009. Modeling lakes and reservoirs in the climate system. Accepted for publication, Limnology and Oceanography Special Issue: "Lakes as sentinels, integrators, and regulators of climate change."

Rueda, F. J. and S. G. Schladow. 2008. Mixing and stratification in lake of varying horizontal length scales: scaling arguments and energy partitioning. Limnology and Oceanography, In Press.

Rose, K., C. E. Williamson, S. G. Schladow and M. Winder. 2009. Patterns of Spatial and Temporal Variability of Transparency in Lake Tahoe, CA/NV. In Press, JGR Biogeosciences Special Issue on High Lakes.

Rueda F., J. Vidal, and S. G. Schladow. 2009. Modeling the effect of size reduction on the stratification of a large wind-driven lake using an uncertainty-based approach, Water Resour. Res., 45, W03411, doi:10.1029/2008WR006988.

Chung, E. G., F. A. Bombardelli, and S. G. Schladow .2009. Sediment resuspension in a shallow lake, Water Resour. Res., 45, W05422, doi:10.1029/2007WR006585.

Tyler S. W., J. S. Selker, M. B. Hausner, C. E. Hatch, T. Torgersen, C. E. Thodal, and S. G. Schladow. 2009. Environmental temperature sensing using Raman spectra DTS fiber-optic methods, Water Resour. Res., 45, W00D23, doi:10.1029/2008WR007052.

Chung, E. G., F. Bombardelli, and S. G. Schladow. 2009. Sediment Resuspension in a Shallow Lake. In press, WRR.

Tyler, S. W., J. S. Selker, M.B. Hausner, C.E. Hatch, T. Torgersen, C. E. Thodal and S.G. Schladow. 2009. Environmental Temperature Sensing using Raman Spectra DTS Fiber-Optic Methods. In press, Water Resources Research.

Monismith, S.G., J.L. Hench, D.A. Fong, N.J. Nidzieko, W.E. Fleenor, L.P. Doyle and S.G. Schladow. 2009. Thermal variability in a tidal river. In press, Estuaries and Coasts.

Rueda, F. J., J. Vidal and S.G. Schladow. 2009. Mixing and stratification in lakes of differing horizontal scales: impact assessment under uncertainty for restoration plans in the Salton Sea. In press, Water Resources Research.

Winder, M. Photosynthetic picoplankton dynamics in Lake Tahoe: temporal and spatial niche partitioning among prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. 2009. Journal of Plankton Research. Volume 30(11), 1307–1320.

Winder, M., J.E. Reuter and S.G. Schladow. 2009. Lake warming favors small-sized planktonic diatom species. Proc. Royal Society B. 276, 427-435.

Sahoo, G. B. and S. G. Schladow. 2008. Impacts of Climate Change on Lakes and Reservoirs Dynamics and Restoration Policies. Sustainability Science, Vol. 3(2), pp. 189-1999, doi: 10.1007/s11625-008-0056-y.

Winder, M., D. A. Hunter. 2008. Temporal organization of phytoplankton communities linked to physical forcing. Oecologia 156:179–192.

Coats, R., M. Larsen, A. Heyvaert, J. Thomas, M. Luck and J. E. Reuter. 2008. Nutrient and sediment production, watershed characteristics and land use in the Tahoe basin, California-Nevada. J. American Water Resources Association 44(3):754-770.

Rueda, F.J., S.G. Schladow and J.F. Clark. 2008. Mechanisms of contaminant transport in a multi-basin lake. Ecological Applications 18(8), Supplement, A72-A77.

Palmarsson, S.O. and S.G.Schladow. 2008. Exchange flow in a shallow lake embayment. Ecological Applications 18(8), Supplement, A89-A106.

Schladow, S.G. and J.F. Clark. 2008. Use of tracers to quantify subsurface flow through a mining pit. Ecological Applications 18(8), Supplement, A55-A71.

Suchanek, T.H., P.J. Richerson, R.A. Zierenberg, C.A. Eagles-Smith, D.G. Slotton, E.J. Harner, D.A. Osleger, D.W. Anderson, J.J. Cech, Jr., S.G. Schladow, A.E. Colwell, J.F. Mount, P.S. King, D.P. Adam and K.J. McElroy. 2008. The Legacy of Mercury Cycling from Mining Sources In An Aquatic Ecosystem: From Ore to Organism. Ecological Applications 18(8), Supplement, A12-A28.

Barad, M. F., P. Colella and S.G. Schladow. 2008. An adaptive cut-cell method for environmental fluid mechanics. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids. Volume 60(5), 473-514.

Sahoo, G. B. and S.G. Schladow. 2008. Impacts of climate change on lakes and reservoirs dynamics and restoration policies. Sustainability Science, 3(2) 189-200.

Schmieder, P. J., Ho, D. T., Schlosser, P., Clark, J. F. and Schladow, S. G. 2008. Dissolved oxygen dynamics in the Stockton Deep Water Channel: Results from a SF6 tracer study. Estuaries and Coasts, 31:1038-1051.

Kamenir, Y., Winder. M., Dubinsky, Z., Zohary, T. and Schladow, G. 2008. Lake Tahoe vs. Lake Kinneret phytoplankton: comparison of long-term taxonomic size structure consistency. Aquatic Sciences, 70, 195-203.

Florsheim, J. L., J.F. Mount, C. Hammersmark, Wm.E. Fleenor and S.G. Schladow. 2008. Geomorphic Influence on Flood Hazards in a Lowland Fluvial-Tidal Transitional Area, Central Valley, California. ASCE J. Natural Hazards Research 9(3), 116-124.

Chung, E.G., S.G Schladow, J. Perez-Losada, D.M. Robertson. 2008. A Linked Hydrodynamic and Water Quality Model for the Salton Sea. Hydrobiologia, 604, 57-75.

Robertson, D.M. and S.G. Schladow. 2008. Response in the water quality of the Salton Sea, California, to changes in phosphorus loading: an empirical modeling approach. Hydrobiologia, 604, 5-19.

Marti-Cardona, B., T.E. Steissberg, S.G. Schladow and S.J. Hook. 2008. Relating fish kills to upwellings and wind patterns in the Salton Sea. Hydrobiologia. 604, 85-95.

Goldman, C.R. 2008. Introduction. Five Decades of Environmental and Social Change at Lake Tahoe, p. 14-18. In: T. Bachand, Lake Tahoe: A Fragile Beauty. Chronicle Books, San Francisco.

Zanden, J.V., L.N. Joppa, B.C. Allen, S. Chandra, D. Gilroy, Z. Hogan, J.T. Maxted and d J. Zhu. 2007. Modeling spawning dates of Hucho taimen in Mongolia to establish fishery management zones. Ecological Applications, 17(8), p2281-2289.

Hook, S. J., R.G. Vaughn, H. Tonooka and S.G.Schladow. 2007. Absolute radiometric in-flight validation of mid infrared and thermal infrared data from ASTER and MODIS on the Terra spacecraft using the Lake Tahoe, CA/NV, USA, automated validation site. IEEE Transactions Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 45(6), 1798-1807.

Goldman, C.R. 2007. Introduction. Lake Tahoe: Moving Beyond the Conflicts, p. 9-10. In: J.T. and L. Ravize, Hearts of Light. A Frame of Mind, Lake Tahoe.

Stubblefield, A.P., J.E. Reuter, R.A. Dahlgren and C.R. Goldman. 2007. Use of turbidometry to characterize suspended sediment and phosphorus fluxes in the Lake Tahoe basin, California, USA. Hydrological Processes 21:281-291.

Vander Zanden, M.J., L.N. Joppa, B.C. Allen, S. Chandra, D. Gilroy, Z. Hogan and J.T. Maxted. 2007. Modeling spawning dates of Hucho taimen in Mongolia to establish fishery management zones. Ecological Applications, 17(8), pp. 2281–2289.

Gertler, A. W., A. Bytnerowicsz, T. A. Cahill, M. Arbaugh, S. Cliff, J. Kahyaoğlu-Koračin, L. Tarney, R. Alonso and W. Fraczek. 2006. Local Air Pollutants Threaten Lake Tahoes Clarity. California Agriculture, Vol. 60 Num. 2, 49-58.

Kavvas, M. L., J. Yoon, Z.Q. Chen, L. Liang, E.C. Dogrul, N. Ohara, H. Aksoy, M.L. Anderson, J.E. Reuter and S.H. Hackley. 2006. Watershed modeling technology in respect to ecological systems. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. 11(3):261-272.

Palmarsson, S. O. and S.G. Schladow. 2006. Boundary flow on a lake slope during Ekman layer arrest. J. Geophys. Res., 111, C04006, doi:10.1029/2004JC002827.

Warner, J. C., D.H. Schoellhamer, J.R. Burau, and S.G. Schladow. 2006. Flow convergence caused by a salinity minimum in a tidal channel. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 4, Iss. 3, Art 1, 91-102.

Goldman, C.R. 2006. Fire and Water: A Clear Connection. California Forests, Fall 2006:8-9.

Ger, K.A., R.W. Derlet, J.R. Carlson and C.R. Goldman. 2006. Variation in bacterial biomass in a subalpine recreational lake: evidence for pelagic photoinhibition. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 29:2324-2329.

Vander Zanden, M.J., S. Chandra, S.-K. Park, Y. Vadeboncouer and C.R. Goldman. 2006. Efficiencies of benthic and pelagic trophic pathways in a subalpine lake. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 63:2608-2620.

Goldman, C.R. 2006. Science a decisive factor in restoring Tahoe clarity. California Agriculture, April-June 2006: 45-46.

Brett, M.T., D.C. Muller-Navarra, A.P. Ballantyne, J.L. Ravet and C.R. Goldman. 2006. Daphnia fatty acid composition reflects that of their diet. Limnol. Oceanogr. 51:2428-2437.

Heyvaert, A.C., J.E. Reuter and C.R. Goldman. 2006. Subalpine, cold climate, stormwater treatment with a constructed surface flow wetland. JAWRA 2/2006:45-54.

Coats, R., J. Perez-Losada, S. G. Schladow, R. Richards, and C. Goldman. 2006. The warming of Lake Tahoe. Climatic Change 76:121-148.

Swift, T.J., J. Perez-Losada, S.G. Schladow, J.E. Reuter, A.D. Jassby and C.R. Goldman. Water clarity modeling in Lake Tahoe: linking suspended matter characteristics to Secchi depth. Aquat. Sci. 68:1-15.

Stubblefield, A, S. Chandra, S. Eagan, D. Tuvshinjargal, G. Davaadorzh, D. Gilroy, J. Sampson, J. Thorn, B. Allen, and Z. Hogan, 2005. Impacts of gold mining and land use alterations on the water quality of central Mongolian rivers. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 1(4):365-373.

Heald, P.C., S.G. Schladow, B.C. Allen and J.E. Reuter. 2005. VOC loading from marine engines to a multiple-use lake. J. North American Lake Management Society. 21(1):30-38.

Riverson, J., C. L. Barreto, L. Shoemaker, J.E. Reuter and D. Roberts. 2005. Development of the Lake Tahoe watershed model: lessons learned through modeling in a subalpine environment. World Water and Environmental Resource Congress – 2005, Anchorage, Alaska.

Steissberg, T. E., S.J. Hook and S.G. Schladow. 2005. Measuring surface currents in lakes with high spatial resolution thermal infrared imagery. Geophysical Research Letters, Vol.32, L11402, doi:10.1029/2005GL022912.

Steissberg, T. E., S.J. Hook and S.G. Schladow. 2005. Characterizing Partial Upwellings and Surface Circulation at Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada, USA with thermal infrared images. Remote Sensing of the Environment 99, 2-15.

Palmarsson, S. O., S. G. Schladow and D. Fong. 2005. Salvaging velocity measurements corrupted by nearby instruments. L & O Methods 3, 263-274.

Palmarsson, S. O., T.E. Steissberg and S.G. Schladow. 2005. Correcting for slow platform movement in deep-water ADCP measurements. L & O Methods, 3, 338-348.

Rueda, F.J., S.G. Schladow, S.G. Monismith and M.T. Stacey. 2005. On the effects of topography on wind and the generation of currents in a large multi-basin lake. Hydrobiologia 532, 139-151.

Hook, S. J., W.B. Clodius, L. Balick, R.E. Alley, A. Abtahi, R.C. Richards and S.G. Schladow. 2005. In-flight validation of mid- and thermal infrared data from the multispectral thermal imager (MTI) using an automated high-altitude validation site at Lake Tahoe CA/NV, USA. IEEE Transactions Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 43(9), 1991-1999, 2005.

Kent, G.M., …, C.R. Goldman, (15 authors). 2005. 60 k.y. record of extension across the western boundary of the Basin and Range province: Estimate of slip rates from offset shoreline terraces and a catastrophic slide beneath Lake Tahoe. Geology 33(5):365-368.

Chandra, S., M.J. Vander Zanden, A.C. Heyvaert, B.C. Richards, B.C. Allen and C.R. Goldman. 2005. The effects of cultural eutrophication on the coupling between pelagic primary producers and benthic consumers. Limnol. Oceanogr. 50(5).

Schuster, S. and M.E. Grismer. 2004. Evaluation of water quality projects in the Lake Tahoe basin. Environ. Monitoring and Assessment 90(1-3):225-242.

Ganju, N.K., D.H. Schoellhamer, J.C. Warner, M.F. Barad and S.G. Schladow. 2004. Tidal oscillation of sediment between a river and a bay: a conceptual model. Estuarine, Coastal, and Shelf Science Vol. 60/1 pp 81-90.

Palmarsson, S. O., T.E. Steissberg and S.G. Schladow. 2005. Correcting for slow platform movement in deep-water ADCP measurements. L & O Methods, 3, 338-348.

Hook, S. J., G. Chander, J.A. Barsi, R.A. Alley, A. Abtahi, F.D. Palluconi, B.L. Markham, R.C. Richards, S.G. Schladow and D.L. Helder. 2004. In-Flight Validation and Recovery of Water Surface Temperature with Landsat 5 Thermal Infrared Data Using an Automated High Altitude Lake Validation Site at Lake Tahoe CA/NV, USA. IEEE Transactions Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 42(12), 2767-2776.

Heald, P. C., S.G. Schladow, J.E. Reuter and B.C. Allen. 2005. Modeling MTBE and BTEX in Lakes and Reservoirs Used for Recreational Boating. Environmental Science and Technology, 39 (4), 1111-1118.

Heald, P. C., B.C. Allen, S.G. Schladow and J.E. Reuter. 2004. VOC loading from marine engines to a multiple-use lake. Lake and Reservoir Management, Vol. 21(1), 30-48.

Rueda, F.J., S.G. Schladow, S.G. Monismith and M.T. Stacey. 2005. On the effects of topography on wind and the generation of currents in a large multi-basin lake. Hydrobiologia 532, 139-151.

Schladow, S. G., S.O. Palmarsson, T.E. Steissberg, S.J. Hook, and F. Prata. 2004. An extraordinary upwelling in a deep, thermally stratified lake. Geophysical Research Letters Vol. 31: L15054.

Park, S.-K., M.T. Brett, A. Müller-Solger and C.R. Goldman. 2004. Climatic forcing and primary productivity in a subalpine lake: interannual variability as a natural experiment. Limnol. Oceanogr. 49:614-619. http://www.aslo.org/lo/pdf/vol_49/issue_2/0614.pdf

Müller-Navarra, D.C., M.T. Brett, S.K. Park, S. Chandra, A.P. Ballantyne, A.M. Liston, and C.R. Goldman. 2004. Seston highly unsaturated fatty acid content as an indicator of food quality along a lake trophic gradient. Nature 427:69-72. http://www.nature.com/nature/archive/IssueYear2004.html

Reuter, J. E., T. A. Cahill, S. S. Cliff, C. R. Goldman, A. C. Heyvaert, A. D. Jassby, S. Lindstrom and D. M. Rizzo. 2003. An Integrated Watershed Approach to Studying Ecosystem health at Lake Tahoe, CA-NV, in Managing for Healthy Ecosystems Rapport et al, ed., CRC Press, New York, 1283-1298.

Hook , S. J., F.J. Prata, R.E. Alley, A. Abtahi, R.C. Richards, S.G. Schladow and S.O. Palmarsson. 2003. Retrieval of Lake Bulk-and Skin-Temperatures using Along Track Scanning Radiometer (ATSR) Data: A Case Study using Lake Tahoe, CA. J. Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, Vol. 20, No. 4, p. 534-548.

Jassby, A.D., J.E. Reuter and C.R. Goldman. 2003. Determining long-term water quality change in the presence of climatic variability: Lake Tahoe (USA). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 60:1452-1461.

Park, S., D.C. Müller-Navarra and C.R. Goldman. 2003. Seston essential fatty acids and carbon to phosphorus ratios as predictors for Daphnia pulex dynamics in a large reservoir, Lake Berryessa. Hydrobiologia 505:171-178.

Forman, R.T.T., D. Sperling, J.A. Bissonette, A.P. Clevenger, C.D. Cutshall, V.H. Dale, L. Fahrig, R. France, C.R. Goldman, K. Heanue, J.A. Jones, F.J. Swanson, T. Turrentine and T.C. Winter. 2003. Road Ecology: Science and Solutions. Island Press, Washington, DC. 481 p.

Park, S.-K., M.T. Brett, D.C. Müller-Navarra, S.-C. Shin, A.M. Liston and C.R. Goldman. 2003. Heterotrophic nanoflagellates and increased essential fatty acids during Microcystis decay. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 33:201-205.

Goldman, C.R. 2003. Strategies for lake management in an increasingly global environment, p. 177-190. In M. Kumagai and W.F. Vincent (eds.), Freshwater Management: Global Versus Local Perspectives, Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, Japan.

Vander Zanden, M.J., S. Chandra, B.C. Allen, J.E. Reuter and C.R. Goldman. 2003. Historical food web structure and restoration of native aquatic communities in the Lake Tahoe (California-Nevada) basin. Ecosystems 6:274-288.

Park, S.-K., M.T. Brett, E.T. Oshel and C.R. Goldman. 2003. Seston food quality and Daphnia production efficiencies in an oligo-mesotrophic subalpine lake. Aquatic Ecology 37:123-136.

Reuter, J.E., T.A. Cahill, S.S. Cliff, C.R. Goldman, A.C. Heyvaert, A.D. Jassby, S. Lindstrom and D.M. Rizzo. 2003. An integrated watershed approach to studying ecosystem health at Lake Tahoe, CA-NV, p. 1283-1298. In D.J. Rapport, W.L. Lasley, D.E. Rolston, N.O. Nielsen, C.O. Qualset, and A.B. Damania (eds.), Managing for Healthy Ecosystems, Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

Zhang, Q., J. J. Carroll, A. J. Dixon and C. Anastasio. 2002. Aircraft measurements of nitrogen and phosphorus in and around the Lake Tahoe Basin: Implications for possible sources of atmospheric pollutants to Lake Tahoe. Environmental Science & Technology 36(23): 4981-4989.

Maloney, P. E. and D. M. Rizzo. 2002. Dwarf mistletoe-host interactions in mixed-conifer forests in the Sierra Nevada. Phytopathology 92(6): 597-602.

Claassen, V. P. and M. P. Hogan. 2002. Soil nitrogen pools associated with revegetation of disturbed sites in the Lake Tahoe area. Restoration Ecology 10(2): 195-203.

Barbour, M., E. Kelley, P. Maloney, D. Rizzo, E. Royce and J. Fites-Kaufmann. 2002. Present and past old-growth forests of the Lake Tahoe Basin, Sierra Nevada, US. Journal of Vegetation Science 13(4): 461-472.

Rueda, F. J. and S.G. Schladow. 2002. Surface seiches in lakes of complex geometry. Limnol. Oceanogr. 47(3):906-910. http://www.aslo.org/lo/pdf/vol_47/issue_3/0906.pdf

Goldman, C.R. and J.E. Reuter. 2002. Lake Tahoe and its watershed: science-based decision making for resolving basin-wide environmental problems. Golden State Floodlight 15(2):1-4. California Dept. Water Resources.

Park, S.-K., M.T. Brett, D.C. Müller-Navarra and C.R. Goldman. 2002. Essential fatty acid content and the phosphorus to carbon ratio in cultured algae as indicators of food quality for Daphnia. Freshwater Biology 47:1377-1390.

Coats, R., F. Liu and C.R. Goldman. 2002. A Monte Carlo test of load calculation methods, Lake Tahoe basin, California-Nevada. J. American Water Resources Assoc. 38(3):719-730.

Reuter, J.E., D.G. Slotton, R.P. Axler and S.M. Ayers. 2001. Seasonal and Long-term Trends of Mercury Bioaccumulation in Fish Residing Upstream and Downstream from Davis Creek Reservoir, California (U.S.A.): 1985-1997. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 27:

Kim, J. G., E. Rejmankova and H. J. Spanglet. 2001. Implications of a sediment-chemistry study on subalpine marsh conservation in the Lake Tahoe basin, USA. Wetlands 21(3): 379-394.

Jassby, A.D., C.R. Goldman, J.E. Reuter, R.C. Richards and A.C. Heyvaert. 2001. Lake Tahoe: Diagnosis and rehabilitation of a large mountain lake, p. 431-454. In M. Munawar and R.E. Hecky (eds.), The Great Lakes of the World (GLOW): Food-web, health and integrity. Backhuys Publ., Leiden, The Netherlands.

Goldman, C.R. and A.D. Jassby. 2001. Primary productivity, phytoplankton and nutrient status in Lake Baikal, p. 111-125. In M. Munawar and R.E. Hecky (eds.), The Great Lakes of the World (GLOW): Food-web, health and integrity. Backhuys Publ., Leiden, The Netherlands.

Coats, R.N. and C.R. Goldman. 2001. Patterns of nitrogen transport in streams of the Lake Tahoe basin, California-Nevada. Water Resources Res. 37(2):405-415.

Hatch, L.K., J.E. Reuter and C.R. Goldman. 2001. Stream phosphorus transport in the Lake Tahoe basin, 1989-1996. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 69:63-83.

McCord, S. A., and S. G. Schladow. 2001. Design parameters for artificial aeration of ice-covered lakes using surface aerators. Lake and Reservoir Management, 17(2), 121-126.

Reuter, J.E. and W.W. Miller. 2000. Aquatic resources, water quality and limnology of Lake Tahoe and its upland watershed, pp. 215-399. In: The Lake Tahoe Watershed Assessment (ed.) D. Murphy and C. Knopp. Vol. 1. United States Department of Agriculture - Forest Service.

Lee, M. and S.G. Schladow. 2000. Visualization of oxygen concentration in water bodies using a fluorescence technique. Water Research 34 (10): 2842-2845.

McCord, S. A., S.G. Schladow and T.G. Miller. 2000. Modeling Artificial Aeration Kinetics in Ice Covered Lakes . J Environ Eng-ASCE 126: (1) 21-31 Jan. 2000.

Kusakabe, M., G.Z. Tanyileke, S.A. McCord and S.G. Schladow. 2000. Recent pH and CO2 profiles at Lakes Nyos and Monoun, Cameroon: Implications for the degassing strategy and its numerical simulation. J. Volcanology and Geothermal Res. 97, 241-260.

Jassby, A.D., C.R. Goldman, J.E. Reuter and R.C. Richards. 2000. Biostatistical evaluation of long-term lake clarity record. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 27:2634-2635.

Goldman, C.R., J.E. Reuter, A.D. Jassby, M.L. Kavvas, A.C. Heyvaert, S.G. Schladow and T.J. Swift. 2000. Science-based decision making in the Lake Tahoe watershed. In M. Flug and D. Frevert (eds.), Watershed Management 2000: Science and Engineering Technology for the New Millennium, Track E, Session 8(4):1-11. ASCE, Reston. ISBN 0-7844-0499-2.

Reuter, J.E., A.D. Jassby, C.R. Goldman and A.C. Heyvaert. 2000. Contribution of basin watersheds and atmospheric deposition to eutrophication at Lake Tahoe. Watershed Management Council Networker 9(2):1,7-8.

Heyvaert, A.C., J.E. Reuter, D.G. Slotton and C.R. Goldman. 2000. Paleolimnological reconstruction of historical atmospheric lead and mercury deposition at Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Environ. Sci. Technol. 34:3588-3597.

Müller-Navarra, D.C., M.T. Brett, A.M. Liston and C.R. Goldman. 2000. A highly unsaturated fatty acid predicts carbon transfer between primary producers and consumers. Nature 403:74-77.

Huovinen, P.S. and C.R. Goldman. 2000. Inhibition of phytoplankton production by UV-B radiation in clear subalpine Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 27:157-160.

Goldman, C.R. 2000. Baldi Lecture. Four decades of change in two subalpine lakes. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 27:7-26.

Rejmankova, E., M. Rejmanek, T. Djohan and C.R. Goldman. 1999. Resistance and resilience of subalpine wetlands with respect to prolonged drought. Folia Geobotanica 34:175-188.

Brett, M.T., F.S. Lubnow, M. Villar-Argaiz, A. Mueller-Solger and C.R. Goldman. 1999. Nutrient control of bacterioplankton and phytoplankton dynamics. Aquatic Ecology 33:135-145.

Hatch, L.K., J.E. Reuter and C.R. Goldman. 1999. Relative importance of stream-borne particulate and dissolved phosphorus fractions to Lake Tahoe phytoplankton. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 56:2331-2339.

Hatch, L.K., J.E. Reuter and C.R. Goldman. 1999. Daily phosphorus variation in a mountain stream. Water Resources Res. 35(12):3783-3791.

Huovinen, P.S., M.T. Brett and C.R. Goldman. 1999. Temporal and vertical dynamics of phytoplankton net growth in Castle Lake, California. J. Plankton Research 21(2):373-385.

Jassby, A.D., C.R. Goldman, J.E. Reuter and R.C. Richards. 1999. Origins and scale dependence of temporal variability in the transparency of Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Limnol. Oceanogr. 44(2):282-294. http://www.aslo.org/lo/pdf/vol_44/issue_2/0282.pdf

Spanglet, H. J., S. L. Ustin and E. Rejmankova. 1998. Spectral reflectance characteristics of California subalpine marsh plant communities. Wetlands 18(3): 307-319.

Meyers, P. A., G. E. Tenzer, M. E. Lebo and J. E. Reuter. 1998. Sedimentary record of sources and accumulation of organic matter in Pyramid Lake, Nevada, over the past 1,000 years. Limnology and Oceanography 43(1): 160-169.

McCord, S. A. and S.G. Schladow. 1998. Numerical simulations of degassing scenarios for CO2-rich Lake Nyos, Cameroon. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, Jun 10, 1998, V103(B6):12355-12364.

Reuter, J.E., B.C. Allen, R.C. Richards, J.F. Pankow, C.R. Goldman, R.L. Scholl and J.S. Seyfried. 1998. Concentrations, sources and fate of the gasoline oxygenate methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) in a multiple-use lake. Environ. Sci. Technol. 32(23):3666-3672.

Goldman, C.R. 1998. Multiple environmental stresses on the fragile Lake Tahoe ecosystem, pp. 41-50. In J.J. Cech, Jr., et al. (eds.), Multiple Stresses in Ecosystems. Lewis Publishers, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

Melack, J.M., J. Dozier, C.R. Goldman, D. Greenland, A.M. Milner and R.J. Naiman. 1997. Effects of climate change on inland waters of the Pacific coastal mountains and western Great Basin of North America. Hydrological Processes 11:971-992.

Mueller-Solger, A., M.T. Brett, C. Luecke, J. Elser and C.R. Goldman. 1997. The effects of planktivorous fish (golden shiners) on the ciliate community of a mesotrophic lake. J. Plankton Res. 19(12):1815-1828.

Brett, M.T. and C.R. Goldman. 1997. Consumer Versus Resource Control in Freshwater Pelagic Food Webs. Science 275:384-386. http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/275/5298/384

Axler, R.P. and J.E. Reuter. 1996. Phytoplankton and periphyton nitrate uptake: whole-lake enrichments and mesocosm-15N experiments in an oligotrophic lake. Limnol. Oceanogr. 41: 659-671.

Schladow, S.G. and D.P. Hamilton. 1996. Prediction of water quality in lakes and reservoirs. Part II - Application to Prospect Reservoir. Ecol. Modelling 96:111-123.

Hamilton, D.P. and S.G. Schladow. 1996. Prediction of water quality in lakes and reservoirs. Part I - Model Description. Ecol Modelling 96:91-110.

Goldman, C.R., J.J. Elser, R.C. Richards, J.E. Reuter, J.C. Priscu and A.L. Levin. 1996. Thermal stratification, nutrient dynamics, and phytoplankton productivity during the onset of spring phytoplankton growth in Lake Baikal, Russia. Hydrobiol. 331:9-24.

Lebo, M.E. and J.E. Reuter. 1995. Evidence for sediment resuspension in a large, deep lake: Implications for phosphorus cycling. Marine and Freshwater Research. 46: 321-326.

Hamilton, D.P., S.G. Schladow, and I.H. Fisher. 1995. Controlling the indirect effects of flow diversions on water quality in an Australian reservoir. Environment International, 21(5): 583-590.

Schladow, S.G. and I.H. Fisher.1995. The physical response of temperate lakes to artificial destratification. Limnology and Oceanography, 40(2), 359-373.

Schladow, S.G. and D.P. Hamilton. 1995. Effect of major flow diversion on sediment nutrient release in a stratified reservoir. Marine and Freshwater Research, 46, 189-195.

Jassby, A.D., C.R. Goldman and J.E. Reuter. 1995. Long-term change in Lake Tahoe (California-Nevada, U.S.A.) and its relation to atmospheric deposition of algal nutrients. Arch. Hydrobiol. 135(1):1-21.

Brett, M.T., C.R. Goldman, F.S. Lubnow, A. Bracher, D. Brandt, O. Brandt, and A. Mueller-Solger. 1995. Impact of a major soil fumigant spill on the planktonic ecosystem of Shasta Lake, California. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 52:1247-1256.

Elser, J.J., F.S. Lubnow, E.R. Marzolf, M.T. Brett, G. Dion and C.R. Goldman. 1995. Factors associated with interannual and intraannual variation in nutrient limitation of phytoplankton growth in Castle Lake, California. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 52:93-104.

Slotton, D.G., J.E. Reuter and C.R. Goldman. 1995. Mercury uptake patterns of biota in a seasonally anoxic northern California reservoir. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 80:841-850.

Elser, J.J., C. Luecke, M.T. Brett and C.R. Goldman. 1995. Effects of food web compensation after manipulation of rainbow trout in an oligotrophic lake. Ecology 76(1):52-69.

Lebo, M.E. and J.E. Reuter. 1994. Historical changes in sediments of Pyramid Lake, Nevada, U.S.A.: Consequences of changes in the water balance of a terminal lake. Journal of Paleolimnology. 12: 87-101.

Lebo, M.E., J.E. Reuter and C.R. Goldman. 1994. Natural phosphorus control in a terminal lake: Implications for lake management. Lake Reservoir Manage 9: 72-74.

Carney, H.J., D.A. Hunter and C.R. Goldman. 1994. Seasonal, Interannual, and Long-term Dynamics of Planktonic Diatoms in Oligotrophic Lake Tahoe. Memoirs of the Ca. Academy of Sciences. Proc. of the 11th Inter. Diatom Symp. 17: 621-629.

Beauchamp, D. A., P. E. Budy, B. C. Allen and J. M. Godfrey. 1994. Timing, Distribution, and Abundance of Kokanees Spawning in a Lake Tahoe Tributary. Great Basin Naturalist 54(2): 130-141.

Brett, M.T., K. Wiackowski, F.S. Lubnow, A. Mueller-Solger, J.J. Elser and C.R. Goldman. 1994. Species-dependent effects of zooplankton on planktonic ecosystem processes in Castle Lake, California. Ecology 75(8):2243-2254. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0012-9658%28199412%2975%3A8%3C2243%3ASEOZOP%3E2.0.CO%3B2-W

Horne, A.J. and C.R. Goldman. 1994. Limnology, 2nd Edition. McGraw-Hill. New York. 576 p.

Goldman, C.R. 1994. Lake Tahoe: A microcosm for the study of the impact of urbanization on fragile ecosystems, p. 93-105. In R.H. Platt et al. (eds.), The Ecological City. University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst.

Goldman, C.R. 1994. Anthropogenic impacts on oligotrophic lake systems emphasizing lakes Tahoe and Baikal, p. 385-398. In H. Sund and Y. Xiaogan (eds.), Environmental Protection and Lake Ecosystem. China Science and Technology Press, Beijing, China.

Goldman, C.R. 1994. The Sea of Aral, p. 137. In M. Seely (ed.), Deserts. Weldon Owen Pty Limited, McMahons Point, NSW, Australia.

Jassby, A.D., J.E. Reuter, R.P. Axler, C.R. Goldman, and S.H. Hackley. 1994. Atmospheric deposition of nitrogen and phosphorus in the annual nutrient load of Lake Tahoe (California-Nevada). Water Resources Res. 30(7):2207-2216. http://www.agu.org/journals/wr/wr9407/94WR00754/94WR00754.pdf

Wiackowski, K., M.T. Brett, and C.R. Goldman. 1994. Differential effects of zooplankton species on ciliate community structure. Limnol. Oceanogr. 39(3):486-492. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_39/issue_3/0486.pdf

Lebo, M.E., J.E. Reuter, C.R. Goldman, and C.L. Rhodes. 1994. Interannual variability of nitrogen limitation in a desert lake: Influence of regional climate. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 51:862-872.

Elser, J.J., C. Junge, and C.R. Goldman. 1994. Population structure and ecological effects of the crayfish Pacifastacus leniusculus in Castle Lake, California. Great Basin Naturalist 54(2):162-169.

Casamitjana,

, E. Roget, and S.G. Schladow. 1993. The seasonal cycle of a groundwater dominated lake. J. Hydr. Res., 31(3), 293-306.

Casamitjana,

and S.G Schladow. 1993. Vertical distribution of particles in a lake. ASCE J. Env. Engg., 119(3), 443-462.

Schladow, S.G. 1993. Lake destratification by bubble plume systems: A design methodology. ASCE J. Hyd. Eng, 119(3), 350-368.

Burgi, H.R., J.J. Elser, R.C. Richards, and C.R. Goldman. 1993. Zooplankton patchiness in Lake Tahoe and Castle Lake, USA. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 25:378-382.

Goldman, C.R., A.D. Jassby and S.H. Hackley. 1993. Temporal scales of variability in nutrient bioassay response at Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada, USA. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 25:387.

Goldman, C.R. 1993. The conservation of two large lakes: Tahoe and Baikal. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 25:388-391.

Goldman, C.R., A.D. Jassby and S.H. Hackley. 1993. Decadal, Interannual, and seasonal variability in enrichment bioassays at Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada, USA. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 50(7):1489-1496.

Reuter, J.E., C.L. Rhodes, M.E. Lebo, M. Kotzman and C.R. Goldman. 1993. The importance of nitrogen in Pyramid Lake (Nevada, USA), a saline, desert lake. Hydrobiologia 267:179-189.

Lebo, M.E., J.E. Reuter, C.R. Goldman, C.L. Rhodes, N. Vucinich and D. Mosely. 1993. Spatial variations in nutrient and particulate matter concentrations in Pyramid Lake, Nevada, USA, during a dry period. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 50(5):1045-1054.

Carney, H.J., M.W. Binford, A.L. Kolata, R.R. Marin and C.R. Goldman. 1993. Nutrient and sediment retention in Andean raised-field agriculture. Nature 364:131-133. http://www.nature.com/nature/archive/IssueYear1993.html

Goldman, C.R. 1993. Baikal: the greatest Great Lake, p. 208-225. In 1994 Yearbook of Science and the Future, Encyclopedia Britannica, Chicago, IL.

Carney, H.J., M.W. Binford, R.R. Marin and C.R. Goldman. 1993. Nitrogen and phosphorus dynamics and retention in ecotones of Lake Titicaca, Bolivia/Peru. Hydrobiologia 251:39-47.

Coats, R. and C.R. Goldman. 1993. Nitrate transport in subalpine streams, Lake Tahoe basin, California-Nevada, USA. Applied Geochemistry, Suppl. Issue 2:17-21.

Reuter, J.E. and R.P. Axler. 1992. Physiological characteristics of inorganic nitrogen uptake by spatially separate algal communities in an N-deficient lake. Freshwater Biol. 27:227-236.

Schladow, S.G. 1992. Bubble plume dynamics in a stratified medium and the implications for water quality amelioration in lakes. Water Resources Research, 28(2), 313-321. http://www.agu.org/journals/wr/wr9202/91WR02499/91WR02499.pdf

Beauchamp, D.A., B.C. Allen, R.C. Richards, W.A. Wurtsbaugh and C.R. Goldman. 1992. Lake trout spawning in Lake Tahoe: egg incubation in deepwater macrophyte beds. No. American J. Fisheries Management 12:442-449.

Paaby, P. and C.R. Goldman. 1992. Chlorophyll, primary productivity, and respiration in a lowland Costa Rican stream. Rev. Biol. Trop. 40(2):185-198.

Goldman, C.R. 1992. Moving beyond the conflicts: Research to protect lakes and reservoirs of the western states. The Chiles Award Papers. The High Desert Museum, Bend, OR.

Goldman, C.R. and F.S. Lubnow. 1992. Seasonal influence of calcium magnesium acetate on microbial processes in 10 northern California lakes. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 7:51-67.

Lebo, M.E., J.E. Reuter, C.L. Rhodes and C.R. Goldman. 1992. Nutrient cycling and productivity in a desert saline lake: observations from a dry, low-productivity year. Hydrobiologia 246:213-229.

Jassby, A.D., C.R. Goldman and T.M. Powell. 1992. Trend, seasonality, cycle, and irregular fluctuations in primary productivity at Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada, USA. Hydrobiologia 246:195-203.

Reuter, J.E., T. Djohan, and C.R. Goldman. 1992. The use of wetlands for nutrient removal from surface runoff in a cold climate region of California - Results from a newly constructed wetland at Lake Tahoe. J. Environmental Management 36:35-53.

Goldman, C.R., F.S. Lubnow, and J.J. Elser. 1992. Environmental effects of calcium magnesium acetate on natural phytoplankton and bacterial communities in northern California lakes, p. 229-244. In F.M. D'Itri (ed.), Chemical Deicers and the Environment. Lewis Publ.

Elser, J.J. and C.R. Goldman. 1991. Zooplankton effects on phytoplankton in lakes of contrasting trophic status. Limnol. Oceanogr. 36(1):64-90. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_36/issue_1/0064.pdf

Richards, R.C., C.R. Goldman, E. Byron, and C. Levitan. 1991. The mysids and lake trout of Lake Tahoe: A 25-year history of changes in the fertility, plankton, and fishery of an alpine lake. Amer. Fish. Soc. Symp. 9:30-38.

Byron, E.R., R.P. Axler and C.R. Goldman. 1991. Increased precipitation acidity in the central Sierra Nevada. Atmos. Environ. 25A(2):271-275.

Carney, H.J. and J. J. Elser. 1990. Strength of zooplankton-phytoplankton coupling in relation to the lake trophic state. Pp. 615-631 in Large Lakes: Ecological Structure and Function, M.M. Tilzer and C. Serruya, eds. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

Hunter, P.J. 1990. Data management strategies for the collection and processing of limnological information using microcomputers. Verh. Int. Ver. Limnol. Volume 24, Part 1 Pg 509-512.

Goldman, C.R. 1990. The importance of long-term limnological research with emphasis on Lake Tahoe and Castle Lake, p. 221-231. In R. de Bernardi et al. (eds.), Scientific Perspectives in Theoretical and Applied Limnology. C.N.R., Istituto Italiano di Idrobiologia, Pallanza, Italy.

Jassby, A.D., T.M. Powell and C.R. Goldman. 1990. Interannual fluctuations in primary production: Direct physical effects and the trophic cascade at Castle Lake, California. Limnol. Oceanogr. 35(5):1021-1038. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_35/issue_5/1021.pdf

Goldman, C.R. and A. Jassby. 1990. Spring mixing depth as a determinant of annual primary production in lakes, p. 125-132. In M.M. Tilzer and C. Serruya (eds.), Large Lakes: Ecological Structure and Function. Springer-Verlag, NY.

Elser, J.J., E. Marzolf and C.R. Goldman. 1990. Phosphorus and nitrogen limitation of phytoplankton growth in the freshwaters of North America: a review and critique of experimental enrichments. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 47:1468-1477.

Goldman, C.R., A.D. Jassby and E. de Amezaga. 1990. Forest fires, atmospheric deposition and primary productivity at Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 24:499-503.

Elser, J.J., H.J. Carney, and C.R. Goldman. 1990. The zooplankton-phytoplankton interface in lakes of contrasting trophic status: an experimental comparison. Hydrobiologia 200/201:69-82.

Goldman, C.R. and A.D. Jassby. 1990. Spring mixing and annual primary production at Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 24:504.

Goldman, C.R. 1990. Summary of Crater Lake studies and comparison with the early stages of eutrophication of Lake Tahoe, p. 213-221. In E.T. Drake, G.L. Larson, J. Dymond and R. Collier (eds.) Crater Lake: An Ecosystem Study. PDAAAS, Calif. Acad. Sci., San Francisco.

Elser, J.J. and C.R. Goldman. 1990. Experimental separation of the direct and indirect effects of herbivorous zooplankton on phytoplankton in a subalpine lake. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 24:493-498.

Hunter, D.H., C.R. Goldman, and E.R. Byron. 1990. Changes in the phytoplankton community structure in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 24:505-508.

Byron, E.R. and C.R. Goldman. 1990. The potential effects of global warming on the primary productivity of a subalpine lake. Water Resources Bull. 26:983-989.

Vaux, P.D. and C.R. Goldman. 1990. Dams and development in the tropics: The role of applied ecology, p. 101-123. In R. Goodland (ed.), Race to Save the Tropics. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Pederson, B.S. and T. A. Cahill. 1989. Ozone at Remote, High-Altitude Site in Sequoia National Park, California. Chapter 3 Pages 207-220.

Goldman, C.R. 1989. Lake Tahoe: preserving a fragile ecosystem. Environment 31(7):6-11, 27-31.

Goldman, C.R., A. Jassby and T.M. Powell. 1989. Interannual fluctuations in primary production: meteorological forcing at two subalpine lakes. Limnol. Oceanogr. 34(2):310-323. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_34/issue_2/0310.pdf

Byron, E.R. and C.R. Goldman. 1989. Land use and water quality in tributary streams of Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. J. Environ. Quality 18(1):84-88.

Elser, J.J., E. Marzolf, and C.R. Goldman. 1989. The roles of phosphorus and nitrogen in limiting phytoplankton growth in freshwaters: a review of experimental enrichments, p. 16. American Soc. Limnol. Oceanogr. annual meeting, Fairbanks, AK.

Goldman, C.R. and P.D. Marjanovic. 1989. Eutrophication processes and their importance in water resources planning - water resources master plan development. Vodoprivreda, J. Yugoslav Assoc. Engineers and Technicants.

Slotton, D.G., C.R. Goldman, and A. Franke. 1989. Commercially grown Spirulina found to contain low levels of mercury and lead. Nutrition Reports Internat. 40(6):1165-1172.318.

Reuter, J.E. and R.P. Axler. 1988. A comparison of methodologies used to measure nutrient uptake by periphyton. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 23:915-918.

Loeb, S.L. and S.H. Hackley. 1988. Distribution of submerged macrophytes in Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada, and the possible influence of groundwater seepage. Internationale Vereinigung fur Theoretische Und Angewandte Limnologie, Verhandlungen IVTLAP Vol. 23, No. 4, 1927-1933.

Varnhagen, E., E.R. Byron, and C.R. Goldman. 1988. Epischura density as a factor controlling the establishment of Bosmina populations in Lake Tahoe. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 23:2082-2086.

Goldman, C.R. 1988. Primary productivity, nutrients, and transparency during the early onset of eutrophication in ultra-oligotrophic Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Limnol. Oceanogr. 33(6, part 1):1321-1333. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_33/issue_6/1321.pdf

Axler, R.P., J.E. Reuter, D. Slotton, and C.R. Goldman. 1988. Heavy metal distribution and water quality aspects of a newly impounded gold mining reservoir. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 23:968-975.

Carney, H.J. and C.R. Goldman. 1988. Seasonal phytoplankton r- and K-selection in oligotrophic Lake Tahoe. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 23:968-975.

Goldman, C.R. 1988. Eutrophication and primary productivity - the Bovan Reservoir. Inst. Civil Architectural Engineering, Univ. Nis, Yugoslavia. Special Series Report EKO 12. 70 p.

Carney, H.J., P.J. Richerson, C.R. Goldman and R.C. Richards. 1988. Seasonal phytoplankton demographic processes and experiments on interspecific competition. Ecology 69(3):664-678. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0012-9658%28198806%2969%3A3%3C664%3ASPDPAE%3E2.0.CO%3B2-V

Folt, C.L., W.G. Crumpton and C.R. Goldman. 1988. The consequences of food resource partitioning on a size-structured zooplankton population. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 23:315-326.

Zehr, J.P., S.G. Paulsen, R.P. Axler and C.R. Goldman. 1988. Dynamics of dissolved organic nitrogen in subalpine Castle Lake, California. Hydrobiologia 157:33-45.

Axler, R. P., and J.E. Reuter. 1987. A simple procedure for estimating the 15N content of dissolved organic matter (DON) in N-cycling studies. Can. J. Fish. Aquatic Sciences 44(1)130-133

Strub, P. T. and T. M. Powell. 1987. Surface-Temperature and Transport in Lake-Tahoe - Inferences from Satellite (AVHRR) Imagery. Continental Shelf Research 7(9): 1001-1013.

Knud-Hansen, C.F. and C.R. Goldman. 1987. Phytoplankton productivity responses to nutrient enrichment in a tropical reservoir. Arch. Hydrobiol. Beih. Ergebn. Limnol. 28:463-469.

Slotton, D.G., C.R. Goldman, R.P. Axler and J.E. Reuter. 1987. Mercury accumulation in a new reservoir system, p. 63-65. In S.E. Lindberg and T.C. Hutchinson (eds.), Heavy Metals in the Environment. Page Bros., Norwich, Great Britain.

Goldman, C.R. and R.C. Richards. 1987. The urbanization of the Lake Tahoe basin: a microcosm for the study of environmental change with continuing development, p. 42-62. In D. Bradley (ed.), Proc., State of the Sierra Symp. 1985-86, Pacific Publications, San Francisco.

Coon, T.G., M. Matilde Lopez, P.J. Richerson, T.M. Powell and C.R. Goldman. 1987. Summer dynamics of the deep chlorophyll maximum in Lake Tahoe. J. Plankton Res. 9(2):327-344.

Goldman, C.R. 1987. Aquatic primary production. In Pfafflin and Ziegler (eds.), Encyclopedia of Environmental Science and Engineering, Vol. 1A, 2nd ed. Gordon and Breach, New York.

Hoenicke, R. and C.R. Goldman. 1987. Resource dynamics and seasonal changes in competitive interactions among three cladoceran species. J. Plankton Res. 9(3):397-417.

Loeb. S.L. 1986. Algal Biofouling of Oligotrophic Lake Tahoe: Causal Factors Affecting Production. In L.V. Evans and K.D. Hoagland, (eds.), Algal Biofouling. Elsevier Science (Pub.). B.V. Amsterdam. pp 159-173.

Strub, P. T. and T. M. Powell. 1986. Wind-driven surface transport in stratified closed basins - Direct versus residual circulations. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans 91(C7): 8497-8508.

Reuter, J.E., S.L. Loeb and C.R. Goldman. 1986. The physiological ecology of nuisance algae in an oligotrophic lake, p. 115-127. In L.V. Evans and K.D. Hoagland (eds.), Algal Biofouling. Elsevier Science.

Goldman, C.R. 1986. Lake Tahoe: an oligotrophic lake's response to nutrient loading, p. 329-334. In Lakes Pollution and Recovery, European Water Poll. Control. Assoc., Rome.

Pringle, C.M., P. Paaby-Hansen, P.D. Vaux and C.R. Goldman. 1986. In situ nutrient assays of periphyton growth in a lowland Costa Rican stream. Hydrobiologia 134:207-213.

Byron, E.R., P.E. Sawyer and C.R. Goldman. 1986. The recurrence of Daphnia rosea in Lake Tahoe: analysis of a population pulse. J. Plankton Res. 8(4):771-783.

Gersberg, R.M., B.V. Elkins, S.R. Lyon and C.R. Goldman. 1986. Role of aquatic plants in wastewater treatment by artificial wetlands. Water Res. 20(3):363-368.

Reuter, J.E., S.L. Loeb and C.R. Goldman. 1986. Inorganic nitrogen uptake by epilithic periphyton in a N-deficient lake. Limnol. Oceanogr. 31(1):149-160. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_31/issue_1/0149.pdf

Goldman, C.R. 1985. Lake Tahoe: a microcosm for the study of change, p. 247-260. In G. Godfrey et al. (eds.), 125 Years of Biological Research 1858-1983: A Symposium. Illinois Natural History Survey Vol. 33, Article 3.

Priscu, J.C., R.P. Axler and C.R. Goldman. 1985. Nitrogen metabolism of the shallow and deep-water phytoplankton in a subalpine lake. Oikos 45:137-147.

Zehr, J.P., R.P. Axler and C.R. Goldman. 1985. Heterotrophic mineralization of amino acid nitrogen in subalpine Castle Lake, California. Marine Chemistry 16:343-350.

Strub, P.T., T. Powell and C.R. Goldman. 1985. Climatic forcing: effects of El Nino and a small, temperate lake. Science 227:55-57. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0036-8075%2819850104%293%3A227%3A4682%3C55%3ACFEOEN%3E2.0.CO%3B2-B

Reuter, J.E., S.L. Loeb, R.P. Axler, R.G. Carlton and C.R. Goldman. 1985. Transformations of nitrogen following an epilimnetic nitrogen fertilization in Castle Lake, CA. 1. Epilithic periphyton responses. Arch. Hydrobiol. 102:425-433.

Eloranta, P.V. and S.L. Loeb. 1984. Near-shore littoral phytoplankton communities in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 22:600-604.

Lane, J.L. and C.R. Goldman. 1984. Size-fractionation of natural phytoplankton communities in nutrient bioassay studies. Hydrobiologia 118:219-223.

Watanabe, Y. and C.R. Goldman. 1984. Heterotrophic bacterial community in oligotrophic Lake Tahoe. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 22:585-590.

Goldman, C.R. and E. de Amezaga. 1984. Primary productivity and precipitation at Castle Lake and Lake Tahoe during twenty-four years, 1959-1982. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 22:591-599.

Gersberg, R.M., B.V. Elkins and C.R. Goldman. 1984. Wastewater treatment by artificial wetlands. Wat. Sci. Tech. 17:443-450.

Axler, R., J. Reuter, J. Priscu, S. Loeb, R. Carlton, J. Zehr and C.R. Goldman. 1984. Transformations of nitrogen following epilimnetic N-fertilization in Castle Lake, CA. 2. Nitrate and ammonium depletion pathways. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 22:583.

Byron, E.R. and C.R. Goldman. 1984. Plasticity of life-history features in a population of the opossum shrimp Mysis relicta. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 65(2):275.

Abbott, M.R., K.L. Denman, T.M. Powell, P.J. Richerson, R.C. Richards and C.R. Goldman. 1984. Mixing and the dynamics of the deep chlorophyll maximum in Lake Tahoe. Limnol. Oceanogr. 29(4):862-878. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_29/issue_4/0862.pdf

Carlton, R.G. and C.R. Goldman. 1984. Effects of a massive swarm of ants on ammonium concentrations in a subalpine lake. Hydrobiologia 111:113-117.

Priscu, J.C. and C.R. Goldman. 1984. The effect of temperature on photosynthetic and respiratory electron transport system activity in the shallow and deep-living phytoplankton of a subalpine lake. Freshwater Biology 14:143-155.

Gersberg, R.M., B.V. Elkins and C.R. Goldman. 1984. Use of artificial wetlands to remove nitrogen from wastewater. J. Water Pollution Control Federation 56(2):152-156.

Byron, E.R., C.L. Folt and C.R. Goldman. 1984. Copepod and cladoceran success in an oligotrophic lake. J. Plankton Res. 6(1):45-65.

Mahood, A.D., R.D. Thomson and C.R. Goldman. 1984. Centric diatoms of Lake Tahoe. The Great Basin Naturalist 44(1):83-98.

Loeb, S.L., J.E. Reuter and C.R. Goldman. 1983. Littoral zone production of oligotrophic lakes, p. 161-167. In R.G. Wetzel (ed.), Periphyton of Freshwater Ecosystems. Dr. W. Junk, The Hague.

Priscu, J.C. and C.R. Goldman. 1983. Carboxylating enzyme activity and photosynthetic end products of phytoplankton in the shallow and deep chlorophyll layers of Castle Lake. Limnol. Oceanogr. 28(6):1168-1181. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_28/issue_6/1168.pdf

Reuter, J.E., S.L. Loeb and C.R. Goldman. 1983. Nitrogen fixation in periphyton of oligotrophic Lake Tahoe, p. 101-109. In R.G. Wetzel (ed.), Periphyton of Freshwater Ecosystems, Dr. W. Junk, The Hague.

Gersberg, R.M., B.V. Elkins and C.R. Goldman. 1983. Nitrogen removal in artificial wetlands. Water Res. 17(9):1009-1014.

Priscu, J.C. and C.R. Goldman. 1983. Suspensoid characteristics in subalpine Castle Lake, California. I. Chemical Composition. Archives fur Hydrobiologie 97(3):373-388.

Axler, R.P., C.R. Goldman, J.E. Reuter, S.L. Loeb, J.C. Priscu and R.G. Carlton. 1983. Comparative studies of the nitrogen metabolism of phytoplankton and periphyton in oligotrophic lakes, p. 7-17. In Agrochemical-Biota Interactions in Soil and Water Using Nuclear Techniques. IAEA TECDOC-283, Vienna, Austria.

Byron, E.R., P.T. Whitman and C.R. Goldman. 1983. Observations of copepod swarms in Lake Tahoe. Limnol. Oceanogr. 28(2):378-382. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_28/issue_2/0378.pdf

Priscu, J.C. and C.R. Goldman. 1983. Seasonal dynamics of the deep-chlorophyll maximum in Castle Lake, California. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 40(2):208-214.

Goldman, C.R. and A.J. Horne. 1983. Limnology. McGraw-Hill Inc., New York, N.Y. 464 p. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_29/issue_2/0447b.pdf

Priscu, J.C., R.P. Axler, R.G. Carlton, J.E. Reuter, P.A. Arneson and C.R. Goldman. 1982. Vertical profiles of primary productivity, biomass and physico-chemical properties in meromictic Big Soda Lake, Nevada, U.S.A. Hydrobiologia 96:113-120.

Vincent, W. F. 1982. Autecology of an Ultra-Planktonic Shade Alga in Lake Tahoe. Journal of Phycology 18(2): 226-232.

Abbott, M. R., T. M. Powell and P. J. Richerson. 1982. The Relationship of Environmental Variability to the Spatial Patterns of Phytoplankton Biomass in Lake Tahoe. Journal of Plankton Research 4(4): 927-941.

Axler, R.P., C.R. Goldman, J.E. Reuter, S.L. Loeb, J.C. Priscu, R.G. Carlton. 1982. A comparative study of the nitrogen metabolism of phytoplankton and periphyton in a sub-alpine lake, p. 315-318. In Agrochemicals: Fate in Food and the Environment. Proc., IAEA/FAO Symp., Rome.

Folt, C.L., J.T. Rybock and C.R. Goldman. 1982. The effect of prey composition and abundance on the predation rate and selectivity of Mysis relicta, p. 133-143. In Mark D. Morgan (ed.), Ecology of Mysidacea. Dr. W. Junk, The Hague.

Cooper, S.D. and C.R. Goldman. 1982. Environmental factors affecting predation rates of Mysis relicta. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 39(1):203-208.

Axler, R.P., R.M. Gersberg and C.R. Goldman. 1982. Inorganic nitrogen assimilation in a subalpine lake. Limnol. Oceanogr. 27:53-65. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_27/issue_1/0053.pdf

Loeb, S.L. and J.E. Reuter. l98l. The epilithic periphyton community: A five-lake comparative study of community productivity, nitrogen metabolism and depth distribution of standing crop. Verh. Internat. Verein Limnol. 21:346-352.

Loeb, S.L. 1981. An In Situ Method for Measuring the Primary Productivity and Standing Crop of the Epilithic Periphyton Community in Lentic Systems. Limnology and Oceanography 26(2). pp 394-399.

Threlkeld, S. T. 1981. The Recolonization of Lake Tahoe by Bosmina-Longirostris - Evaluating the Importance of Reduced Mysis-Relicta Population. Limnology and Oceanography 26(3): 433-444.

Byron, E. R. and J. F. Saunders. 1981. Colonization of Lake Tahoe and Other Western Habitats by the Copepod, Skistodiaptomus-Pallidus (Herrick) (Calanoida). Southwestern Naturalist 26(1): 82-83.

Morgan, M.D., C.R. Goldman and R.C. Richards. 1981. Impact of introduced populations of Mysis relicta on zooplankton in oligotrophic subalpine lakes. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 21:339-345.

Goldman, C.R. 1981. Lake Tahoe: two decades of change in a nitrogen deficient oligotrophic lake. Plenary Lecture. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 21:45-70.

Folt, C. and C.R. Goldman. 1981. Allelopathy between zooplankton: a mechanism for interference competition. Science 213:1133-1135. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0036-075%2819810904%293%3A213%3A4512%3C1133%3AABZAMF%3E2.0.CO%3B2-5

Axler, R.P. and C.R. Goldman. 1981. Isotope tracer methods for investigations of nitrogen deficiency, p. 18-25. In Isotope Tracer-Aided Studies of Agrochemical-Biota Interactions in Soil and Water. IAEA TECDOC-247, Vienna, Austria.

Axler, R.P., G.W. Redfield and C.R. Goldman. 1981. The importance of regenerated nitrogen to phytoplankton productivity in a subalpine lake. Ecology 62(2):345-354. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0012-9658%28198104%2962%3A2%3C345%3ATIORNT%3E2.0.CO%3B2-J

Hoffman, R.W., C.R. Goldman, S. Paulson and G.R. Winters. 1981. Aquatic impacts of deicing salts in the central Sierra Nevada mountains, California. Water Resources Bull. 17(2):280-285.

Axler, R.P. and C.R. Goldman. 1981. Isotope tracer methods for investigations of nitrogen deficiency in Castle Lake, California. Water Res. 15:627-632.

Leonard, R.L., C.R. Goldman and G.E. Likens. 1981. Some measurements of the pH and chemistry of precipitation at Davis and Lake Tahoe, California. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 25:153-167.

Simoneit, B., M.A. Mazurek and T.A. Cahill. 1980.Contamination of the Lake Tahoe air basin by high molecular weight petroleum residues. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association. 30:387 390.

Simoneit, B. R. T., T. A. Cahill and M. A. Mazurek. 1980. Contamination of the Lake Tahoe Air Basin by High Molecular-Weight Petroleum Residues. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association 30(4): 387-390.

Abbott, M. R., T. M. Powell and P. J. Richerson. 1980. The Effects of Transect Direction on Observed Spatial Patterns of Chlorophyll in Lake Tahoe. Limnology and Oceanography 25(3): 534-537.

Neame, P.A. and C.R. Goldman. 1980. Oxygen uptake and production in sediment-water microcosms, p. 267-278. In J. Giesy (ed.), Microcosms in Ecological Research. Department of Energy Ecological Symp. Series. DOE TIC 78-1101.

Gersberg, R.M., R.P. Axler and C.R. Goldman. 1980. Isotope studies of nitrogen transformations in Castle Lake, California, p. 75-85. In Agrochemical Residue -- Biota Interactions in Soil and Aquatic Ecosystems. Internat. Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna.

Threlkeld, S.T., J.T. Rybock, M.D. Morgan, C.L. Folt and C.R. Goldman. 1980. The effects of an introduced invertebrate predator and food resource variation on zooplankton dynamics in an ultraoligotrophic lake, p. 555-568. In W.C. Kerfoot (ed.), Evolution and Ecology of Zooplankton Communities. Special Symp. Volume 3, Amer. Soc. Limnol. Oceanogr., Univ. Press New England, NH.

Redfield, G.W. and C.R. Goldman. 1980. Diel vertical migration by males, females, copepodids and nauplii in a limnetic population of Diaptomus (Copepoda). Hydrobiologia 74:241-248.

Cooper, S.D. and C.R. Goldman. 1980. Opossum shrimp Mysis relicta predation on zooplankton. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 37:909-919.

Axler, R.P., R.M. Gersberg and C.R. Goldman. 1980. Stimulation of nitrate uptake and photosynthesis by molybdenum in Castle Lake, California. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 37:707-712.

Vincent, W.F. and C.R. Goldman. 1980. Evidence for algal heterotrophy in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Limnol. Oceanogr. 25:89-99. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_25/issue_1/0089.pdf

Tilzer, M. M. and A. J. Horne. 1979. Diel Patterns of Phytoplankton Productivity and Extracellular Release in Ultra-Oligotrophic Lake Tahoe. Internationale Revue Der Gesamten Hydrobiologie 64(2): 157-176.

Sloane, B. A. and T. E. Dickinson. 1979. Computer Modeling for the Lake Tahoe Basin - Impacts of Extreme Land-Use Policies on Key Environmental Variables. Journal of Environmental Systems 9(1): 39-56.

Goldman, C.R. 1979. Ecological aspects of water impoundment in the tropics. Unasylva 31(123):2-11.

Leonard, R.L., L.A. Kaplan, J.F. Elder, R.N. Coats and C.R. Goldman. 1979. Nutrient transport in surface runoff from a subalpine watershed, Lake Tahoe basin, Calif. Ecol. Monogr. 49(3):281-310.

Myrup, L.O., T.M. Powell, D.A. Godden, and C.R. Goldman. 1979. Climatological estimate of the average monthly energy and water budgets of Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Water Resources Res. 15:1499-1508.

Kellar, P.E. and C.R. Goldman. 1979. A comparative study of nitrogen fixation by the Anabaena-Azolla symbiosis and free-living populations of Anabaena sp. in Lake Ngahewa, New Zealand. Oecologia 43:269-281.

Loeb, S.L. and C.R. Goldman. 1979. Water and nutrient transport via ground water from Ward Valley into Lake Tahoe. Limnol. Oceanogr. 24:1146-1154. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_24/issue_6/1146.pdf

Goldman, C.R., M.D. Morgan, S.T. Threlkeld and N. Angeli. 1979. A population dynamics analysis of the cladoceran disappearance from Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Limnol. Oceanogr. 24:289-297. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_24/issue_2/0289.pdf

Vincent, W. F. 1978. Survival of aphotic phytoplankton in Lake Tahoe throughout prolonged stratification. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 20: 401-406.

Richerson, P. J., M. Lopez and T. Coon. 1978. The deep chlorophyll maximum layer of Lake Tahoe. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 20: 426-433.

Leighabbott, M. R., J. A. Coil, T. M. Powell and P. J. Richerson. 1978. Effects of a Coastal Front on Distribution of Chlorophyll in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans and Atmospheres 83(NC9): 4668-4672.

Buckingham, K.W., S.W. Ela, J.G. Morris and C.R. Goldman. 1978. Nutritive value of the nitrogen-fixing aquatic fern Azolla filiculoides. Agricultural and Food Chemistry 26:1230-1234.

Tilzer, M.M. and C.R. Goldman. 1978. Importance of mixing, thermal stratification and light adaptation for phytoplankton productivity in Lake Tahoe (California-Nevada). Ecology 59:810-821. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0012-9658%28197822%2959%3A4%3C810%3AIOMTSA%3E2.0.CO%3B2-A

Morgan, M.D., S.T. Threlkeld and C.R. Goldman. 1978. Impact of the introduction of kokanee (Oncorhynchus nerka) and opossum shrimp (Mysis relicta) on a subalpine lake. J. Fish. Res. Board Can. 35:1572-1579.

Rundquist, J., G. Gall, and C.R. Goldman. 1978. Watercress-crayfish polyculture as an economic means of stripping nutrients from enriched waters, p. 141-159. In O.V. Lindqvist (ed.), Freshwater Crayfish III, Univ. Kuopio, Finland.

Goldman, C.R. and J.C. Rundquist. 1978. A comparative ecological study of the California crayfish, Pacifastacus leniusculus (Dana), from two subalpine lakes (Lake Tahoe and Lake Donner), p. 51-80. In O.V. Lindqvist (ed.), Freshwater Crayfish III, Univ. Kuopio, Finland.

Kimmel, B.L., R.M. Gersberg, L.J. Paulson, R.P. Axler and C.R. Goldman. 1978. Recent changes in the meromictic status of Big Soda Lake, Nevada. Limnol. Oceanogr. 23:1021-1025. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_23/issue_5/1021.pdf

Redfield, G.W. and C.R. Goldman. 1978. Diel vertical migration and dynamics of zooplankton biomass in the epilimnion of Castle Lake, California. Mitt. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 20:381-387.

Gersberg, R.M., R.P. Axler, K. Krohn, N. Peek and C.R. Goldman. 1978. Nitrate uptake by phytoplankton: Measurements utilizing the radioisotope N-13. Mitt. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 20:388-392.

Goldman, C.R. 1978. The use of natural phytoplankton populations in bioassay. Mitt. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 21:364-377.

Flint, R. W. 1977. Seasonal Activity, Migration and Distribution of Crayfish, Pacifastacus-Leniusculus, in Lake Tahoe. American Midland Naturalist 97(2): 280-292.

Goldman, C.R. and R.W. Hoffman. 1977. Environmental aspects of the Purari River scheme, p. 325-341. In J.H. Winslow (ed.), The Melanesian Environment. Australian Nat. Univ. Press, Canberra.

Flint, R.W., R.C. Richards and C.R. Goldman. 1977. Adaptation of styrofoam substrate to benthic algal productivity studies in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. J. Phycology 13:407-409.

Imboden, D.M., R.F. Weiss, H. Craig, R.L. Michel and C.R. Goldman. 1977. Lake Tahoe geochemical study. I. Lake chemistry and tritium mixing study. Limnol. Oceanogr. 22:1039-1051. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_22/issue_6/1039.pdf

Goldman, C.R. 1977. Review. Physiological Limnology: An Approach to the Physiology of Lake Ecosystems by H.L. Golterman. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 106(1):118.

Kimmel, B.L., R.P. Axler and C.R. Goldman. 1977. A closing replicate-sample sediment trap. Limnol. Oceanogr. 22:768-772. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_22/issue_4/0768.pdf

Flint, R.W. and C.R. Goldman. 1977. Crayfish growth in Lake Tahoe: Effects of habitat variation. J. Fish. Res. Board Can. 34:155-159.

Tilzer, M.M., H.W. Paerl and C.R. Goldman. 1977. Sustained viability of aphotic phytoplankton in Lake Tahoe (California-Nevada). Limnol. Oceanogr. 22:84-91. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_22/issue_1/0084.pdf

Dillon, T. M. and T. M. Powell. 1976. Low-Frequency Turbulence Spectra in Mixed Layer of Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans and Atmospheres 81(36): 6421-6427.

Coats, R.N., R.L. Leonard and C.R. Goldman. 1976. Nitrogen uptake and release in a forested watershed, Lake Tahoe basin, California. Ecology 57:995-1004. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0012-9658%28197622%2957%3A5%3C995%3ANUARIA%3E2.0.CO%3B2-T

Fleschner, M.D., C.C. Delwiche and C.R. Goldman. 1976. Measuring rates of symbiotic nitrogen fixation by Alnus tenuifolia. American J. Botany 63:(7):945-950.

Elder, J., K. Osborn and C.R. Goldman. 1976. Iron transport in a Lake Tahoe tributary and its potential influence upon phytoplankton growth. Water Res. 10:783-787.

Goldman, C.R. 1976. Ecological aspects of water impoundment in the tropics. Revista de Biologia Tropical 24 (Suppl. 1):87-112.

Paerl, H.W., M.M. Tilzer and C.R. Goldman. 1976. Chlorophyll a versus adenosine triphosphate as algal biomass indicators in lakes. J. Phycology 12:242-246.

Gersberg, R., K. Krohn, N. Peek and C.R. Goldman. 1976. Denitrification studies with 13-N labeled nitrate. Science 192:1229-1231. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0036-8075%2819760618%293%3A192%3A4245%3C1229%3ADSWN%3E2.0.CO%3B2-L

Tilzer, M.M., C.R. Goldman, R.C. Richards and R.C. Wrigley. 1976. Influence of sediment inflow on phytoplankton primary productivity in Lake Tahoe (California-Nevada). Internat. Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie 61:169-182.

Holm-Hansen, O., C.R. Goldman, R. Richards and P.M. Williams. 1976. Chemical and biological characteristics of a water column in Lake Tahoe. Limnol. Oceanogr. 21:548-562. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_21/issue_4/0548.pdf

Goldman, C. R. and T. A. Cahill. 1975. Danger signs for Tahoe's future. Cry California: The Journal of California Tomorrow. 10:30 35.

Powell, T. M., P. J. Richerson, T. M. Dillon, B. A. Agee, B. J. Dozier, D. A. Godden and L. O. Myrup (1975). Spatial Scales of Current Speed and Phytoplankton Biomass Fluctuations in Lake Tahoe. Science 189(4208): 1088-1090.

Paerl, H.W., R.D. Thomson and C.R. Goldman. 1975. The ecological significance of detritus formation during a diatom bloom in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 19:826-834.

Tilzer, M.M., C.R. Goldman and E. de Amezaga. 1975. The efficiency of photosynthetic light energy utilization by lake phytoplankton. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 19:800-807.

Williams, N.J. and C.R. Goldman. 1975. Succession rates in lake phytoplankton communities. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 19:808-811.

Richards, R.C., C.R. Goldman, T.C. Frantz and R. Wickwire. 1975. Where have all the Daphnia gone? The decline of a major cladoceran in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 19:835-842.

Goldman, C.R. and E. de Amezaga. 1975. Spatial and temporal changes in the primary productivity of Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada between 1959 and 1971. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 19:812-825.

Flint, R.W. and C.R. Goldman. 1975. The effects of a benthic grazer on the primary productivity of the littoral zone of Lake Tahoe. Limnol. Oceanogr. 20:935-944. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_20/issue_6/0935.pdf

Flint, R.W. and C.R. Goldman. 1975. Natural history and ecology of the crayfish in Lake Tahoe. American Zoologist 15:793.

Perkins, M.A., C.R. Goldman and R.L. Leonard. 1975. Residual nutrient discharge in streamwaters influenced by sewage effluent spraying. Ecology 56:453-460. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0012-9658%28197521%2956%3A2%3C453%3ARNDISI%3E2.0.CO%3B2-S

Richey, J.E., M.A. Perkins and C.R. Goldman. 1975. Effects of kokanee salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) decomposition on the ecology of a subalpine stream. J. Fish. Res. Board Can. 32:817-820.

Wurtsbaugh, W.A., R.W. Brocksen and C.R. Goldman. 1975. Food and distribution of underyearling brook and rainbow trout in Castle Lake, California. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 104(1):88-95.

Paerl, H.W., R.C. Richards, R.L. Leonard and C.R. Goldman. 1975. Seasonal nitrate cycling as evidence for complete vertical mixing in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Limnol. Oceanogr. 20:1-8. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_20/issue_1/0001.pdf

Goldman, C.R. and T. Cahill. 1975. Danger signs for Tahoe's future: the continuing decline in air and water quality. Cry California. Spring 1975:30-35.

Deamer, D.W., H. Paerl, C.R. Goldman and R. Leonard. 1975. Tahoe's troubled waters. Natural History 84:60-67.

Jassby, A.D. and C.R. Goldman. 1974. Loss rates from a lake phytoplankton community. Limnol. Oceanogr. 19:618-627. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_19/issue_4/0618.pdf

Jassby, A.D. and C.R. Goldman. 1974. A quantitative measure of succession rate and its application to the phytoplankton of lakes. The American Naturalist 108(963):688-693.

Goldman, C.R., R.C. Richards, H.W. Paerl, R.C. Wrigley, V.R. Oberbeck and W.L. Quaide. 1974. Limnological studies and remote sensing of the Upper Truckee River sediment plume in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Remote Sensing of Environment 3:49-67.

Horne, A.J. and C.R. Goldman. 1974. Suppression of nitrogen fixation by blue-green algae in a eutrophic lake with trace additions of copper. Science 183:409-411. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0036-8075%2819740201%293%3A183%3A4123%3C409%3ASONFBB%3E2.0.CO%3B2-W

Paerl, H.W. 1973. Detritus in Lake Tahoe: Structural modification by attached microflora. Science 180: 496-498.

Goldman, C.R. 1973. Will Baikal and Tahoe be saved? Cry California. Winter 1973-74 9(1):19-25.

Goldman, C.R. 1973. Aquatic primary production, p. 89-95. In E.N. Ziegler and J.R. Pfafflin (eds.), The Encyclopedia of Environmental Science and Engineering.

Javornicky, P., D.K. Fujita and C.R. Goldman. 1973. The influence of eutrophic lake sediments on the growth of different planktonic algae. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie, Supplement band 41, Algological Studies 8:341-362.

Hyne, N.J., C.R. Goldman and J.E. Court. 1973. Mounds in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada: A model for landslide topography in the subaqueous environment. J. Geology 81(2):176-188.

Smith, R. J. Tyler and C.R. Goldman. 1973. Optical properties and color of Lake Tahoe and Crater Lake. Limnol. Oceanogr. 18:189-199. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_18/issue_2/0189.pdf

Goldman, C.R. 1973. Environmental impact and water development, p. 1-11. In Goldman, C.R., J. McEvoy and P. Richerson (eds.), Environmental Quality and Water Development, William H. Freeman.

Goldman, C.R., J. McEvoy and P.J. Richerson, (eds.). 1973. Environmental Quality and Water Development. William H. Freeman. 510 p.

Stull, E.A., E. de Amezaga and C.R. Goldman. 1973. The contribution of individual species of algae to primary productivity of Castle Lake, California. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 18:1776-1783.

De Amezaga, E., C.R. Goldman and E.A. Stull. 1973. Primary productivity and rate of change of biomass of various species of phytoplankton in Castle Lake, California. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 18:1768-1775.

Goldman, C.R., E.A. Stull and E. de Amezaga. 1973. Vertical pattern of primary productivity in Castle Lake, California. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 18:1760-1767.

Paerl, H.W. and C.R. Goldman. 1972. Stimulation of heterotrophic and autotrophic activities of a planktonic microbial community by siltation at Lake Tahoe, California. Memorie dell' Istituto Italiano di Idrobiologia 29, Suppl.:129-147.

Goldman, C.R., D.T. Mason and B.J.B. Wood. 1972. Comparative study of the limnology of two small lakes on Ross Island, Antarctica, vol. 20, p.1-50. In G.A. Llano (ed.), Antarctic Terrestrial Biology, Antarctic Research Series.

Horne, A., J.E. Dillard, D. Fujita and C.R. Goldman. 1972. Nitrogen fixation in Clear Lake, California. II. Synoptic studies on the autumn Anabaena bloom. Limnol. Oceanogr. 17:693-703. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_17/issue_5/0693.pdf

Horne, A. and C.R. Goldman. 1972. Nitrogen fixation in Clear Lake, California. I. Seasonal variation and the role of heterocysts. Limnol. Oceanogr. 17:678-692. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_17/issue_5/0678.pdf

Kiefer, D., O. Holm-Hansen, C.R. Goldman, R. Richards, and T. Berman. 1972. Phytoplankton in Lake Tahoe: Deep living populations. Limnol. Oceanogr. 17:418-422. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_17/issue_3/0418.pdf

Goldman, C.R. 1972. Environmental impact and water development. J. American Water Works Assoc., Sept. 1972:545-549.

Court, J., C.R. Goldman and N. Hyne. 1972. Surface sediments in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. J. Sedimentary Petrology 42:359-377.

Hyne, N.J., P. Chelminski, J. Court, D. Gorsline and C.R. Goldman. 1972. Quaternary history of Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Geol. Soc. America Bull. 83:1435-1448.

Paerl, H. and C.R. Goldman. 1972. Heterotrophic assays in the detection of water masses at Lake Tahoe, California. Limnol. Oceanogr. 17:145-148. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_17/issue_1/0145.pdf

Goldman, C.R., G. Moshiri and E. de Amezaga. 1972. Synoptic study of accelerated eutrophication in Lake Tahoe -- a subalpine lake, p. 1-21. In R.S. Murphy and D. Nyquist (eds.), Water Pollution Control in Cold Climates. FWQA (EPA) U.S. GPO No. 5501-0208.

Goldman, C.R. 1972. The role of minor nutrients in limiting the productivity of aquatic ecosystems, p. 21-23. In G. Likens (ed.), Amer. Soc. Limnol. Oceanogr. Special Symposia No. 1, Nutrients and Eutrophication.

Horne, A.J., P. Javornicky, and C.R. Goldman. 1971. A freshwater "red tide" on Clear Lake, California. Limnol. Oceanogr. 16:684-689. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_16/issue_4/0684.pdf

Armstrong, R., C.R. Goldman and D.K. Fujita. 1971. A rapid method for the estimation of the carbon content of seston and periphyton. Limnol. Oceanogr. 16:137-139. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_16/issue_1/0137.pdf

Moshiri, G.A., C.R. Goldman, D.R. Mull, G.L. Godshalk and J.A. Coil. 1971. Respiratory metabolism in Pacifastacus leniusculus (Dana) (Crustacea: Decapoda) as related to its ecology. Hydrobiologia 37(2):183-195.

Goldman, C.R. 1970. Is the canary dying? The time has come for man, miner of the world's resources, to surface. California Medicine 113:21-26.

Richerson, P.J., R. Armstrong and C.R. Goldman. 1970. Contemporaneous disequilibrium, a new hypothesis to explain the "paradox of the plankton." Proc., Nat. Acad. Sci. 67(4):1710-1714.

Goldman, C.R. 1970. Antarctic freshwater ecosystems, vol. 2, p. 609-626. In M.W. Holdgate (ed.), Antarctic Ecology. Scientific Comm. on Antarctic Research. Academic Press.

Goldman, C.R. 1970. Review and summary "Freshwater Ecosystems" section, p. 181-184. In Polar Research: A Survey. Nat. Acad. Sci. Washington, D.C.

Moshiri, G.A., C.R. Goldman, G.L. Godshalk and D.R. Mull. 1970. The effects of variations in oxygen tension on certain aspects of respiratory metabolism in Pacifastacus leniusculus (Dana) (Crustacea: Decapoda). Physiological Zoology 43:23-29.

Abrahamsson, S.A. and C.R. Goldman. 1970. The distribution, density and production of the crayfish Pacifastacus leniusculus (Dana) in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. Oikos 21:83-91.

Goldman, C.R., M.G. Tunzi, and R. Armstrong. 1969. C-14 uptake as a sensitive measure of the growth of algal cultures, p. 158-170. In Proc., Eutrophication-Biostimulation Assessment Workshop, Berkeley, CA. Limnological Investigations Session.

Moshiri, G.A. and C.R. Goldman. 1969. Estimation of assimilation efficiency in the crayfish Pacifastacus leniusculus (Dana) (Crustacea: Decapoda). Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 66:298-306.

Goldman, C.R. and R. Armstrong. 1969. Primary productivity studies in Lake Tahoe, California. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 17:49-71.

Goldman, C.R., D.T. Mason and J.E. Hobbie. 1969. Variations in photosynthesis in two shallow Antarctic lakes. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 17:414-418.

Goldman, C.R. 1969. Contributor. In R.A. Vollenweider (ed.), A Manual on Methods for Measuring Primary Production in Aquatic Environments. IBP Handbook No. 12. Blackwell Scientific Publications.

Sanford, G. A. Sands, and C.R. Goldman. 1969. A settle freeze method for concentrating phytoplankton in quantitative studies. Limnol. Oceanogr. 14:790-794.

Goldman, C.R. 1969. Book Review. Australian Inland Waters and Their Fauna: Eleven Studies by A.H. Weatherly (ed.). Australian Nat. Univ. Press. Science 164:540-541. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0036-8075%2819690502%293%3A164%3A3879%3C540%3ASAA%3E2.0.CO%3B2-5

Goldman, C.R. 1969. Book Review. Australian Freshwater Life: The Invertebrates of Australian Inland Waters by W.D. Williams. Sun Books. Science 164:540-541. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0036-8075%2819690502%293%3A164%3A3879%3C540%3ASAA%3E2.0.CO%3B2-5

Armstrong, R. and C.R. Goldman. 1969. Determination of trace amounts of molybdenum, p. 116-124. In American Society for Testing and Materials. Special Technical Publ. No. 448.

Goldman, C.R., M. Gerletti, P. Javornicky, U. Melchiorri-Santolini, E. de Amezaga. 1968. Primary productivity, bacteria, phyto- and zooplankton in Lake Maggiore: Correlations and relationships with ecological factors. Mem. dell'Istituto Italiano di Idrobiol. 23:49-127.

Goldman, C.R. and J. Court. 1968. Limnological studies of Lake Tahoe. In Geologic Studies, Guidebook of the Geological Society of Sacramento, 1968:60-66.

Goldman, C.R. 1968. The use of absolute activity for eliminating serious errors in the measurement of primary productivity with C-14. J. du Conseil 32:172-179.

Goldman, C.R. 1968. Aquatic primary production. American Zoologist 8:31-42.

Goldman, C.R. 1967. Molybdenum as an essential micronutrient and useful watermass marker in Castle Lake, California, p. 229-238. In H.L. Golterman and R.S. Clymo (eds.), Chemical Environment in the Aquatic Habitat. N.V. Noord-Hollandsche Uitgevers Maatschappij, Amsterdam.

Goldman, C.R. 1967. The bad news from Lake Tahoe. Cry California. Winter 1967-68 3:12-23.

Goldman, C.R., D.T. Mason and J.E. Hobbie. 1967. Two Antarctic desert lakes. Limnol. Oceanogr. 12:295-310. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_12/issue_2/0295.pdf

Goldman, C.R. 1967. Integration of field and laboratory experiments in productivity studies, p. 346-352. In G.H. Lauff (ed.), Estuaries. Publ. 83, AAAS, Washington, D.C. Horn-Shafer, Baltimore, MD.

Goldman, C.R. 1966. Mineral nutrients in lake and river waters, p. 508-510. In P.L. Altman and D.S. Dittmer (eds.), Environmental Biology. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Bethesda, MD.

Goldman, C.R. 1965. Experimental ecology. Conf. report on 10th Internat. Botanical Congress. Internat. J. Biometeorology 9:81-83.

Bachmann, R.W. and C.R. Goldman. 1965. Hypolimnetic heating in Castle Lake, California. Limnol. Oceanogr. 10:233-239. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_10/issue_2/0233.pdf

Goldman, C.R. and R.C. Carter. 1965. An investigation by rapid Carbon-14 bioassay of factors affecting the cultural eutrophication of Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada. J. Water Pollution Control Federation 37:1044-1059.

Goldman, C.R. 1964. Primary productivity and micro-nutrient limiting factors in some North American and New Zealand lakes. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 15:365-374.

Goldman, C.R. 1964. Primary productivity studies in Antarctic lakes, p. 291-299. In R. Carrick, M.W. Holdgate, and J. Prevost (eds.), Antarctic Biology. Special Committee for Antarctic Res. Symp. Editions Hermann, Paris.

Bachmann, R.W. and C.R. Goldman. 1964. The determination of microgram quantities of molybdenum in natural waters. Limnol. Oceanogr. 9:143-146. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_9/issue_2/0143.pdf

Goldman, C.R. 1963. Contributor in: W.T. Edmondson, Pacific Coast and Great Basin, p. 384-385. In D. Frey (ed.), Limnology in North America. Univ. Wisconsin Press.

Goldman, C.R., D.T. Mason and B.J.B. Wood. 1963. Light injury and inhibition in Antarctic freshwater phytoplankton. Limnol. Oceanogr. 8:313-322. http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_8/issue_3/0313.pdf

Goldman, C.R. and R.G. Wetzel. 1963. A study of the primary productivity of Clear Lake, Lake County, California. Ecology 44:283-294. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0012-9658%28196304%2944%3A2%3C283%3AASOTPP%3E2.0.CO%3B2-3

Goldman, C.R., D.T. Mason and J.E. Hobbie. 1963. Light penetration and biology of two Antarctic dry valley lakes. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 44:39. (Abstract)

Goldman, C.R. and D.T. Mason. 1963. Photosynthetic response to changes in light and temperature in Antarctic freshwater phytoplankton. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 44:39. (Abstract)

Goldman, C.R. 1962. A method of studying nutrient limiting factors in situ in water columns isolated by polyethylene film. Limnol. Oceanogr. 7:99-101. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0024-3590%28196201%297%3A1%3C99%3AAMOSNL%3E2.0.CO%3B2-4

Goldman, C.R. and D.T. Mason. 1962. Inorganic precipitation of carbon in productivity experiments utilizing Carbon 14. Science 136:1049-1050. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0036-8075%2819620622%293%3A136%3A3521%3C1049%3AIPOCIP%3E2.0.CO%3B2-%23

Goldman, C.R. 1961. Primary productivity in cirque lakes of the Klamath Mountains. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 41:141.

Goldman, C.R. 1961. A study of primary productivity, chlorophyll, seston and light under ice in Castle Lake, California. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 42:61.

Goldman, C.R. 1961. The contribution of alder trees (Alnus tenuifolia) to the primary productivity of Castle Lake, California. Ecology 42:282-288. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0012-9658%28196104%2942%3A2%3C282%3ATCOAT%28%3E2.0.CO%3B2-O

Goldman, C.R. 1960. Primary productivity and limiting factors in three lakes of the Alaska Peninsula. Ecol. Monogr. 30:207-230.

Goldman, C.R. 1960. Molybdenum as a factor limiting primary productivity in Castle Lake, California. Science 132:1016-1017. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0036-8075%2819601014%293%3A132%3A3433%3C1016%3AMAAFLP%3E2.0.CO%3B2-N

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