Norman Yan
Norman Yan
Professor of Biology (retired) & Senior Research Scholar, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada
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Increased UV-B penetration in a lake owing to drought-induced acidification
ND Yan, W Keller, NM Scully, DRS Lean, PJ Dillon
Nature 381 (6578), 141-143, 1996
The widespread threat of calcium decline in fresh waters
A Jeziorski, ND Yan, AM Paterson, AM DeSellas, MA Turner, DS Jeffries, ...
science 322 (5906), 1374-1377, 2008
Taking stock of the assisted migration debate
N Hewitt, N Klenk, AL Smith, DR Bazely, N Yan, S Wood, JI MacLellan, ...
Biological Conservation 144 (11), 2560-2572, 2011
Communities contain closely related species during ecosystem disturbance
MR Helmus, W Keller, MJ Paterson, ND Yan, CH Cannon, JA Rusak
Ecology letters 13 (2), 162-174, 2010
Acidic deposition: effects on aquatic ecosystems
PJ Dillon, ND Yan, HH Harvey, DW Schindler
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 13 (3), 167-194, 1984
Changes in the crustacean zooplankton community of Harp Lake, Canada, following invasion by Bythotrephes cederstrœmi
Freshwater Biology 37 (2), 409-425, 1997
Recovery of crustacean zooplankton communities from acid and metal contamination: comparing manipulated and reference lakes
ND Yan, W Keller, KM Somers, TW Pawson, RE Girard
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 53 (6), 1301-1327, 1996
An Integrated Multi-Disciplinary Approach for Studying Multiple Stressors in Freshwater Ecosystems: Daphnia as a Model Organism
I Altshuler, B Demiri, S Xu, A Constantin, ND Yan, ME Cristescu
Integrative and comparative biology 51 (4), 623-633, 2011
Invasion of Lake Ontario by the Ponto–Caspian predatory cladoceran Cercopagis pengoi
HJ MacIsaac, IA Grigorovich, JA Hoyle, ND Yan, VE Panov
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56 (1), 1-5, 1999
Acidic lakes in Ontario, Canada: characterization, extent and responses to base and nutrient additions
PJ Dillon, ND Yan, WA Scheider, N Conroy
Schweizerbart'sche, 1979
Crustacean zooplankton communities of acidic, metal-contaminated lakes near Sudbury, Ontario
ND Yan, R Strus
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 37 (12), 2282-2293, 1980
An introduced invertebrate predator (Bythotrephes) reduces zooplankton species richness
ND Yan, R Girard, S Boudreau
Ecology Letters 5 (4), 481-485, 2002
Environmental stability and lake zooplankton diversity–contrasting effects of chemical and thermal variability
JB Shurin, M Winder, R Adrian, W Keller, B Matthews, AM Paterson, ...
Ecology Letters 13 (4), 453-463, 2010
The interactive effects of calcium concentration and temperature on the survival and reproduction of Daphnia pulex at high and low food concentrations
D Ashforth, ND Yan
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (2), 420-432, 2008
Acidic precipitation in south-central Ontario: recent observations
PJ Dillon, DS Jeffries, W Snyder, R Reid, ND Yan, D Evans, J Moss, ...
Journal of the Fisheries Board of Canada 35 (6), 809-815, 1978
Regulation of zooplankton community structure of an acidified lake by Chaoborus
ND Yan, W Keller, HJ MacIsaac, LJ McEachern
Ecological Applications 1 (1), 52-65, 1991
Long-term trends in zooplankton of Dorset, Ontario, lakes: the probable interactive effects of changes in pH, total phosphorus, dissolved organic carbon, and predators
ND Yan, KM Somers, RE Girard, AM Paterson, W Keller, CW Ramcharan, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65 (5), 862-877, 2008
Changes in zooplankton and the phenology of the spiny water flea, Bythotrephes, following its invasion of Harp Lake, Ontario, Canada
ND Yan, A Blukacz, WG Sprules, PK Kindy, D Hackett, RE Girard, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (12), 2341-2350, 2001
Recovery of acidified lakes: lessons from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
W Keller, ND Yan, JM Gunn, J Heneberry
Acid rain-deposition to recovery, 317-322, 2007
Should biological invasions be managed as natural disasters?
A Ricciardi, ME Palmer, ND Yan
BioScience 61 (4), 312-317, 2011
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