Thad Scott
Thad Scott
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Mitigating cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms in aquatic ecosystems impacted by climate change and anthropogenic nutrients
HW Paerl, WS Gardner, KE Havens, AR Joyner, MJ McCarthy, SE Newell, ...
Harmful Algae 54, 213-222, 2016
2642016
Phosphorus mitigation to control river eutrophication: Murky waters, inconvenient truths, and “postnormal” science
HP Jarvie, AN Sharpley, PJA Withers, JT Scott, BE Haggard, C Neal
Journal of Environmental Quality 42 (2), 295-304, 2013
2392013
It takes two to tango: When and where dual nutrient (N & P) reductions are needed to protect lakes and downstream ecosystems
HW Paerl, JT Scott, MJ McCarthy, SE Newell, WS Gardner, KE Havens, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 50 (20), 10805-10813, 2016
2342016
Nitrogen fixation may not balance the nitrogen pool in lakes over timescales relevant to eutrophication management
JT Scott, MJ McCarthy
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (3), 1265-1270, 2010
1772010
Throwing fuel on the fire: synergistic effects of excessive nitrogen inputs and global warming on harmful algal blooms
HW Paerl, JT Scott
Environmental science & technology 44 (20), 7756-7758, 2010
1662010
Denitrification, dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium, and nitrogen fixation along a nitrate concentration gradient in a created freshwater wetland
JT Scott, MJ McCarthy, WS Gardner, RD Doyle
Biogeochemistry 87 (1), 99-111, 2008
1642008
Does nutrient enrichment decouple algal–bacterial production in periphyton?
JT Scott, JA Back, JM Taylor, RS King
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27 (2), 332-344, 2008
942008
Within-river phosphorus retention: accounting for a missing piece in the watershed phosphorus puzzle
HP Jarvie, AN Sharpley, JT Scott, BE Haggard, MJ Bowes, LB Massey
Environmental science & technology 46 (24), 13284-13292, 2012
832012
Freshwater bacteria are stoichiometrically flexible with a nutrient composition similar to seston
JB Cotner, EK Hall, T Scott, M Heldal
Frontiers in Microbiology 1, 132, 2010
752010
Variable stoichiometry and homeostatic regulation of bacterial biomass elemental composition
T Scott, J Cotner, T LaPara
Frontiers in microbiology 3, 42, 2012
682012
Nitrogen fixation and phosphatase activity in periphyton growing on nutrient diffusing substrata: evidence for differential nutrient limitation in stream periphyton
JT Scott, DA Lang, RS King, RD Doyle
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28 (1), 57-68, 2009
612009
A review of stream nutrient criteria development in the United States
MA Evans‐White, BE Haggard, JT Scott
Journal of environmental quality 42 (4), 1002-1014, 2013
592013
Particulate organic matter quality influences nitrate retention and denitrification in stream sediments: evidence from a carbon burial experiment
RS Stelzer, JT Scott, LA Bartsch, TB Parr
Biogeochemistry 119 (1-3), 387-402, 2014
532014
Cyanobacteria in freshwater benthic environments
JT Scott, AM Marcarelli
Ecology of cyanobacteria II, 271-289, 2012
532012
Periphyton nutrient limitation and nitrogen fixation potential along a wetland nutrient-depletion gradient
JT Scott, RD Doyle, CT Filstrup
Wetlands 25 (2), 439-448, 2005
512005
ARE WATERSHED AND LACUSTRINE CONTROLS ON PLANKTONIC N2 FIXATION HIERARCHICALLY STRUCTURED
JT Scott, RD Doyle, SJ Prochnow, JD White
Ecological Applications 18 (3), 805-819, 2008
502008
Stoichiometric imbalance in rates of nitrogen and phosphorus retention, storage, and recycling can perpetuate nitrogen deficiency in highly‐productive reservoirs
EM Grantz, BE Haggard, JT Scott
Limnology and Oceanography 59 (6), 2203-2216, 2014
492014
Partitioning whole‐lake denitrification using in situ dinitrogen gas accumulation and intact sediment core experiments
EM Grantz, A Kogo, JT Scott
Limnology and oceanography 57 (4), 925-935, 2012
412012
Change point analysis of phosphorus trends in the Illinois River (Oklahoma) demonstrates the effects of watershed management
JT Scott, BE Haggard, AN Sharpley, JJ Romeis
Journal of Environmental Quality 40 (4), 1249-1256, 2011
412011
River–reservoir transition zones are nitrogen fixation hot spots regardless of ecosystem trophic state
JT Scott, JK Stanley, RD Doyle, MG Forbes, BW Brooks
Hydrobiologia 625 (1), 61-68, 2009
412009
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