Andrew L. Labaj
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Equatorial mountain lakes show extended periods of thermal stratification with recent climate change
N Michelutti, AL Labaj, C Grooms, JP Smol
Journal of Limnology 75 (2), 2016
392016
Elevated metal concentrations inhibit biological recovery of C ladocera in previously acidified boreal lakes
AL Labaj, J Kurek, A Jeziorski, JP Smol
Freshwater Biology 60 (2), 347-359, 2015
392015
Why is the relative abundance of Asterionella formosa increasing in a Boreal Shield lake as nutrient levels decline?
B Sivarajah, KM Rühland, AL Labaj, AM Paterson, JP Smol
Journal of paleolimnology 55 (4), 357-367, 2016
292016
Long-term trends in cladoceran assemblages related to acidification and subsequent liming of Middle Lake (Sudbury, Canada)
AL Labaj, A Jeziorski, J Kurek, JP Smol
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 225 (3), 1-10, 2014
192014
Changes in cladoceran assemblages from tropical high mountain lakes during periods of recent climate change
AL Labaj, N Michelutti, JP Smol
Journal of Plankton Research 39 (2), 211-219, 2017
172017
Long-term changes in invertebrate size structure and composition in a boreal headwater lake with a known minnow introduction
AL Labaj, J Kurek, RC Weeber, JP Smol
Journal of Limnology 72 (2), e17, 2013
162013
Response of Bosmina size structure to the acidification and recovery of lakes near Sudbury, Canada
AL Labaj, JB Korosi, J Kurek, A Jeziorski, WB Keller, JP Smol
Journal of Limnology 75, 2016
102016
Re-browning of Sudbury (Ontario, Canada) lakes now approaches pre-acid deposition lake-water dissolved organic carbon levels
C Meyer-Jacob, AL Labaj, AM Paterson, BA Edwards, WB Keller, ...
Science of the Total Environment 725, 138347, 2020
82020
Cladocera in shallow lakes from the Ecuadorian Andes show little response to recent climate change
AL Labaj, N Michelutti, JP Smol
Hydrobiologia 822 (1), 203-216, 2018
82018
Chaoborusamericanus predation influences Bosmina mucro lengths in fishless lakes
AL Labaj, J Kurek, JP Smol
Journal of paleolimnology 51 (3), 449-454, 2014
82014
A limnological assessment of the diverse waterscape in the Cordillera Vilcanota, Peruvian Andes
N Michelutti, PM Tapia, AL Labaj, C Grooms, X Wang, JP Smol
Inland Waters 9 (3), 395-407, 2019
72019
Annual stratification patterns in tropical mountain lakes reflect altered thermal regimes in response to climate change
AL Labaj, N Michelutti, JP Smol
Fund Appl Limnol 191, 267-275, 2018
62018
Differing limnological responses to late Holocene climate variability in the Cordillera Vilcanota, Peruvian Andes
N Michelutti, PM Tapia, C Grooms, AL Labaj, JP Smol
Journal of Paleolimnology 64, 121-135, 2020
22020
Environmental drivers of cladoceran assemblages at a continental scale: A synthesis of Alaskan and Canadian datasets
AL Labaj, A Jeziorski, J Kurek, JR Bennett, BF Cumming, AM DeSellas, ...
Freshwater Biology 66 (5), 949-967, 2021
12021
Assessing Biological Recovery of Cladocera from Sudbury-Area Lakes Using Paleolimnology
AL Labaj
12014
Microlitter in the water, sediments, and mussels of the Saint John River (Wolastoq) watershed, Atlantic Canada
AL Labaj, AD LeBlanc, CV Doucet, CE Tardif, J Kurek
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 2021
2021
Arsenic and mercury contamination and complex aquatic bioindicator responses to historical gold mining and modern watershed stressors in urban Nova Scotia, Canada
AJ Clark, AL Labaj, JP Smol, LM Campbell, J Kurek
Science of The Total Environment, 147374, 2021
2021
Microfiber Content in Freshwater Mussels from Rural Tributaries of the Saint John River, Canada
CV Doucet, AL Labaj, J Kurek
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 232 (1), 1-12, 2021
2021
Long-Term Changes in Chironomid Assemblages Linked to Lake Liming and Fertilization in Previously Acidified Middle Lake (Sudbury, Canada)
S Pegler, B Simmatis, AL Labaj, C Meyer-Jacob, JP Smol
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 231 (8), 1-15, 2020
2020
Cladoceran Responses to Environmental Change in High Elevation Andean Lakes
AL Labaj
Queen's University (Canada), 2018
2018
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