Progress Report on the Lake Winnipeg Basin Initiative 2012–13 and 2013–14
Lake Winnipeg Basin Initiative Science Publications
1. Bawden, A.J., D.H. Burn and T.D. Prowse. 2013. An Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Trends and Patterns in Western Canadian Runoff: A CROCWR Component. Proceedings of the 19th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop.
2. Beveridge, D., A. St-Hilaire, B.M.J. Taha, B. Khalil, L.I. Wassenaar and M. Conly. 2012. A geostatistical approach to optimize water quality monitoring networks in large lakes: application to Lake Winnipeg. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38:174-182.
3. Binding, C.E., T.A. Greenberg and R.P. Bukata. 2011. Time series analysis of algal blooms in Lake of the Woods using the MERIS maximum chlorophyll index. Journal of Plankton Research 33(12):1847-1852.
4. Binding, C.E., T.A. Greenberg, J.H. Jerome, R.P. Bukata and G. Letourneau. 2011. An assessment of MERIS algal products during an intense bloom in Lake of the Woods. Journal of Plankton Research 33(5):793-806.
5. Booty, W.G., I.W.S. Wong, R.C. McCrimmon, L.F. Leon, P. Fong and C.L. Richard. 2011. A two-way calibration of the SWAT and OneLay/PolTra models using integrated modelling approach for the Lake Winnipeg Basin. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand 19:2296-2302.
6. Cessna, A.J., B.G. McConkey and J.A. Elliott. 2013. Herbicide transport in surface runoff from conventional and zero-tillage fields. Journal of Environmental Quality 42(3):782-793.
7. Chittibabu, P. and Y.R. Rao. 2011. Numerical Simulation of Storm Surges in Lake Winnipeg. Natural Hazards 60:181–197.
8. Corriveau, J., P.A. Chambers, A.G. Yates and J.M. Culp. 2010. Snowmelt and its role in the hydrologic and nutrient budgets of prairie streams. In Issues and Solutions to Diffuse Pollution. (Edited by E. van Bochove, P.A. Vanrolleghem, P.A. Chambers, G. Thériault, B. Novotná and M.R. Burkart.) International Water Association. pp. 179-188.
9. Corriveau, J., P.A. Chambers, A.G. Yates and J.M. Culp. 2011. Snowmelt and its role in the hydrologic and nutrient budgets of prairie streams. Water Science and Technology 64:1590-1596.
10. Corriveau, J., P.A. Chambers and J.M. Culp. 2013. Seasonal variation in nutrient export along streams in the northern Great Plains. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 224:1594-1609.
11. Dibike, Y., T. Prowse, R. Shrestha and R. Ahmed. 2012. Observed trends and future projections of precipitation and temperature in the Lake Winnipeg Watershed. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38:72-82.
12. Ehsanzadeh, E., C. Spence, G. van der Kamp and B.G. McConkey. 2012. On the behaviour of dynamic contributing areas and flood frequency curves in North American Prairie watersheds. Journal of Hydrology 414: 364-373.
13. Ehsanzadeh, E., G. van der Kamp and C. Spence, 2012. The impact of climatic variability-change on the hydro-climatology of Lake Winnipeg watershed. Hydrological Processes 26(18): 2802-2813.
14. Elliott, J. 2013. Evaluating the potential contribution of vegetation as a nutrient source in snowmelt runoff. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 93(4):435-443.
15. Environment Canada and Manitoba Water Stewardship. 2011. State of Lake Winnipeg: 1999 to 2007, Winnipeg.
16. Hobson, K.A., A. Ofukany, D.X. Soto and L.I. Wassenaar. 2012. An isotopic baseline (δ13C,δ15N) for fishes of Lake Winnipeg: Implications for investigating impacts of eutrophication and invasive species, Journal of Great Lakes Research 38:58-65.
17. Khakbazan, M., C. Hamilton, J.A. Elliott and J.B. Yarotski. 2013. Economic analysis of agricultural nutrient management practices in the South Tobacco Creek Watershed in Manitoba, Canada. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 68(4): 257-269.
18. Kling H.J., S.B. Watson, G.K. McCullough and M.P. Stainton. 2011. Bloom development and phytoplankton succession in Lake Winnipeg: a comparison of historical records with recent data. Aquatic Ecosystem Health Management 14: 219-224.
19. Kling H.J., H.D. Laughinghouse IV, J. Smarda, J. Komárek, J Acreman, K. Bruun, S.B. Watson and F. Chen. 2012. A new red colonial forming Pseudanabaena (Cyanoprokaryota, Oscillatoriales) from North American large lakes. Fottea, Olomouc 12(2): 327-339.
20. Li, S., J.A. Elliott, K.H. Tiessen, J. Yarotski, D.A. Lobb and D.N. Flaten. 2011. The effects of multiple beneficial management practices on hydrology and nutrient losses in a small watershed in the Canadian Prairies. Journal of Environmental Quality 40(5):1627-1642.
21. Liu, K., J.A. Elliott, D.A. Lobb, D.N. Flaten and J.B. Yarotski. 2013. Critical factors affecting field-scale losses of N and P in spring snowmelt runoff in the Canadian Prairies. Journal of Environmental Quality 42(2):484-496.
22. Liu, K., J.A. Elliott, D.A. Lobb, D.N. Flaten and J.B. Yarotski. 2014. Conversion of Conservation Tillage to Rotational Tillage to Reduce Phosphorus Losses during Snowmelt Runoff in the Canadian Prairies. In Press. Journal of Environmental Quality doi:10.2134/jeq2013.09.0365
23. Liu, K., J.A. Elliott, D.A. Lobb, D.N. Flaten and J.B. Yarotski. 2014. Nutrient and Sediment Losses in Snowmelt Runoff from Perennial Forage and Annual Cropland in the Canadian Prairies. In Press Journal of Environmental Quality DOI:10.2134/ jeq2014.01.0040.
24. Liu, Y., W. Yang, Z. Yu, I. Lung, J. Yarotski, J. Elliott and K. Tiessen. 2014. Assessing the effects of small dams on stream flow and water quality in an agricultural watershed. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001005.
25. Mayer, B. and L.I. Wassenaar. 2012. Isotopic Characterization of Nitrate Sources and Transformations in Lake Winnipeg and its Contributing Rivers, Manitoba, Canada. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38:135-146.
26. Pascoe T., T. McDaniel, S. Watson, R. Yerubandi, W. Zhang, C. Binding and T. Greenberg. 2014. Results of the Lake of the Woods Science Initiative 2008-2011. Environment Canada Technical Report. Burlington, ON, in press.
27. Rao, Y.R. and J. Zhao. 2007. Surface Meteorology and Physical Limnology in Lake Winnipeg. May–October. EC Report 09-272.
28. Rao, Y.R. and J. Zhao. 2010. Numerical Simulation of influence of a Red River flood on circulation and contaminant dispersion in Lake Winnipeg. Natural Hazards 55(1):51-62.
29. Shresta, R.R., Y.B. Dibike and T.D. Prowse. 2012. Modelling of climate-induced hydrologic changes in the Lake Winnipeg Watershed. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38:83-94.
30. Tiessen, K.H.D., J.A. Elliott, J. Yarotski, D.A. Lobb, D.N. Flaten and N.E. Glozier. 2010. Conventional and conservation tillage: Influence on seasonal runoff, sediment, and nutrient losses in the Canadian prairies. Journal of Environmental Quality 39(3):964-980.
31. Tiessen, K.H.D., J.A. Elliott M. Stainton, J. Yarotski, D.A. Lobb and D.N. Flaten. 2011. The effectiveness of small-scale headwater storage dams and reservoirs on stream water quality and quantity in the Canadian Prairies. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 66(3):158-171.
32. Wassenaar, L.I. 2012. Dissolved oxygen status of Lake Winnipeg: Spatio-temporal and isotopic (δ18O-O2) patterns, Journal of Great Lakes Research 38.123-134.
33. Wassenaar, L.W. and Y. R. Rao. 2012. Lake Winnipeg: The forgotten lake. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38:1–5.
34. Watson, S.B. and R. Yerubandi. 2008. Scenario-based Assessment of Modeling Approaches to Lake of the Woods Nutrient Management. Lake of the Woods Sustainability Foundation.
35. Wong I., L. Leon, J. Vanrobaeys, C. McCrimmon and P. Fong, 2014. A decision support system approach for identifying pollutant source for optimization of beneficial management practices scenario modelling in Lake Winnipeg watersheds. In: Ames, D.P., Quinn, N.W.T., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, June 15-19, San Diego, California, USA.
36. Yates, A.G., J.M. Culp and P.A. Chambers. 2012. Estimating nutrient production from human activities in subcatchments of the Red River, Manitoba. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38:106-114.
37. Yates, A.G., R.B. Brua, J.M. Culp and P.A. Chambers. 2013. Multi-scaled drivers of rural prairie stream metabolism along human activity gradients. Freshwater Biology 58(4):675-689.
38. Yates, A.G., R.B. Brua, J. Corriveau, J.M. Culp and P.A. Chambers. 2014. Seasonally driven variation in spatial relationships between agricultural land use and in-stream nutrient concentrations. River Research and Applications 30(4):476-493.
39. Yates, A.G., R.B. Brua, J.M. Culp, P.A. Chambers and L.I. Wassenaar. 2014. Sensitivity of structural and functional indicators depends on type and resolution of anthropogenic activities. Ecological Indicators 45:274-284.
40. Yang, Q., L.F. Leon, W.G. Booty, I.W. Wong, C. McCrimmon, P. Fong, P. Michiels, J. Vanrobaeys and G. Benoy, 2014. Land Use Change Impacts on Water Quality in Three Lake Winnipeg Watersheds. Journal of Environmental Quality (accepted), DOI:10.2134/jeq2013.06.0234.
41. Zhang, W. and Y.R. Rao. 2009. Development of a eutrophication model for Lake Winnipeg. EC Science Report 09-284.
42. Zhang, W. and Y.R. Rao. 2012. Application of a eutrophication model for assessing water quality in Lake Winnipeg. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 38:158-173.
43. Zhang, W., S.B. Watson, Y.R. Rao and H.J. Kling. 2013 A linked hydrodynamic, water quality and algal biomass model for a large, multi-basin lake: A working management tool. Ecological Modelling. 269:37-50.
44. Zhao, J., Y.R. Rao and L.I. Wassenaar, 2012. Numerical modeling of hydrodynamics and tracer dispersion during ice-free period in Lake Winnipeg. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38:147-157.
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