Harvey Bootsma
Harvey Bootsma
Associate Professor, School of Freshwater Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Verified email at uwm.edu
TitleCited byYear
Conservation of the African Great Lakes: a limnological perspective
HA Bootsma, RE Hecky
Conservation biology 7 (3), 644-656, 1993
2571993
Biomagnification of DDT through the benthic and pelagic food webs of Lake Malawi, East Africa: importance of trophic level and carbon source
KA Kidd, HA Bootsma, RH Hesslein, DCG Muir, RE Hecky
Environmental science & technology 35 (1), 14-20, 2001
1892001
Food partitioning among Lake Malawi nearshore fishes as revealed by stable isotope analyses
HA Bootsma, RE Hecky, RH Hesslein, GF Turner
Ecology 77 (4), 1286-1290, 1996
1651996
Great Lakes Cladophora in the 21st century: same algae—different ecosystem
MT Auer, LM Tomlinson, SN Higgins, SY Malkin, ET Howell, HA Bootsma
Journal of Great Lakes Research 36 (2), 248-255, 2010
1582010
Deep‐water warming trend in Lake Malawi, East Africa
MK Vollmer, HA Bootsma, RE Hecky, G Patterson, JD Halfman, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (2), 727-732, 2005
1302005
Persistent chlorinated pesticides in air, water, and precipitation from the Lake Malawi area, southern Africa
H Karlsson, DCG Muir, CF Teixiera, DA Burniston, WMJ Strachan, ...
Environmental science & technology 34 (21), 4490-4495, 2000
1172000
Mercury concentrations in the food web of Lake Malawi, East Africa
KA Kidd, HA Bootsma, RH Hesslein, WL Lockhart, RE Hecky
Journal of Great Lakes Research 29, 258-266, 2003
1132003
Impact of land use on sediment and nutrient yields to Lake Malawi/Nyasa (Africa)
RE Hecky, HA Bootsma, ML Kingdon
Journal of Great Lakes Research 29, 139-158, 2003
1042003
A comparative introduction to the biology and limnology of the African Great Lakes
HA Bootsma, RE Hecky
Journal of Great Lakes Research 29, 3-18, 2003
962003
Phosphorus pumps, nitrogen sinks, and silicon drains: plumbing nutrients in the African Great Lakes
RE Hecky, HA Bootsma, R Mugidde, FWB Bugenyi
The Limnology, Climatology and Paleoclimatology of the East African Lakes …, 1996
931996
Nutrient limitation of heterotrophic bacteria in Florida Bay
JB Cotner, RH Sada, H Bootsma, T Johengen, JF Cavaletto, WS Gardner
Estuaries 23 (5), 611-620, 2000
882000
Phytoplankton nutrient status and mean water column irradiance in Lakes Malawi and Superior
SJ Guildford, HA Bootsma, EJ Fee, RE Hecky, G Patterson
Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 3 (1), 35-45, 2000
732000
Nutrient enrichment experiments in tropical great lakes Malawi/Nyasa and Victoria
SJ Guildford, RE Hecky, WD Taylor, R Mugidde, HA Bootsma
Journal of Great Lakes Research 29, 89-106, 2003
712003
Nearshore energy subsidies support Lake Michigan fishes and invertebrates following major changes in food web structure
BA Turschak, D Bunnell, S Czesny, TO Höök, J Janssen, D Warner, ...
Ecology 95 (5), 1243-1252, 2014
702014
Improved chromatographic analysis of 15N: 14N ratios in ammonium or nitrate for isotope addition experiments
WS Gardner, HA Bootsma, C Evans, PAS John
Marine Chemistry 48 (3-4), 271-282, 1995
701995
Space-time clustering of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: indirect evidence for a transmissible agent
FE Alexander
British journal of cancer 65 (4), 589-592, 1992
591992
Nitrogen cycling rates and light effects in tropical Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela
WS Gardner, JF Cavaletto, HA Bootsma, PJ Lavrentyev, F Troncone
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (8), 1814-1825, 1998
581998
The chemical composition of precipitation and its significance to the nutrient budget of Lake Malawi
HA Bootsma, MJ Bootsma, RE Hecky
Limnology, Climatology and Paleoclimatology of the East African Lakes 251, 266, 1996
551996
Inputs, outputs, and internal cycling of silica in a large, tropical lake
HA Bootsma, RE Hecky, TC Johnson, HJ Kling, J Mwita
Journal of Great Lakes Research 29, 121-138, 2003
542003
Ventilation of Lake Malawi/Nyasa
MK Vollmer, RF Weiss, HA Bootsma
The east African Great Lakes: limnology, palaeolimnology and biodiversity …, 2002
542002
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