Donald Scavia
Donald Scavia
Professor Emeritus, University of Michigan
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Record-setting algal bloom in Lake Erie caused by agricultural and meteorological trends consistent with expected future conditions
AM Michalak, EJ Anderson, D Beletsky, S Boland, NS Bosch, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (16), 6448-6452, 2013
9712013
Climate change impacts on US coastal and marine ecosystems
D Scavia, JC Field, DF Boesch, RW Buddemeier, V Burkett, DR Cayan, ...
Estuaries 25 (2), 149-164, 2002
8722002
Beyond Science into Policy: Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia and the Mississippi River: Nutrient policy development for the Mississippi River watershed reflects the accumulated …
NN Rabalais, RE Turner, D Scavia
BioScience 52 (2), 129-142, 2002
7722002
Assessing and addressing the re-eutrophication of Lake Erie: Central basin hypoxia
D Scavia, JD Allan, KK Arend, S Bartell, D Beletsky, NS Bosch, SB Brandt, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 40 (2), 226-246, 2014
3722014
Calculation and use of selectivity coefficients of feeding: zooplankton grazing
HA Vanderploeg, D Scavia
Ecological modelling 7 (2), 135-149, 1979
3001979
Two electivity indices for feeding with special reference to zooplankton grazing
HA Vanderploeg, D Scavia
Journal of the Fisheries Board of Canada 36 (4), 362-365, 1979
2991979
Predicting the response of Gulf of Mexico hypoxia to variations in Mississippi River nitrogen load
D Scavia, NN Rabalais, RE Turner, D Justić, WJ Wiseman Jr
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (3), 951-956, 2003
2612003
Influence of salmonine pre dation and weather on long-term water quality trends in Lake Michigan
D Scavia, GL Fahnenstiel, 1986: Evans, MS, DJ Jude &J. T Lehman
Can. J. Fish. aquat. Sej 43, 435-443, 1986
2111986
Recent changes in primary production and phytoplankton in the offshore region of southeastern Lake Michigan
G Fahnenstiel, S Pothoven, H Vanderploeg, D Klarer, T Nalepa, D Scavia
Journal of Great Lakes Research 36, 20-29, 2010
2022010
Bacterioplankton in Lake Michigan: Dynamics, controls, and significance to carbon flux 1
D Scavia, GA Laird
Limnology and Oceanography 32 (5), 1017-1033, 1987
2011987
Microscale patchiness of nutrients in plankton communities
JT Lehman, D Scavia
Science 216 (4547), 729-730, 1982
1921982
Coastal eutrophication assessment in the United States
D Scavia, SB Bricker
Nitrogen Cycling in the Americas: Natural and Anthropogenic Influences and …, 2006
1572006
An ecological model of Lake Ontario
D Scavia
Ecological Modelling 8, 49-78, 1980
1481980
Importance of picoplankton in Lake Superior
GL Fahnenstiel, L Sicko-Goad, D Scavia, EF Stoermer
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 43 (1), 235-240, 1986
1461986
Microbial interactions in lake food webs
KG Porter, H Paerl, R Hodson, M Pace, J Priscu, B Riemann, D Scavia, ...
Complex interactions in lake communities, 209-227, 1988
1371988
Dynamics of Lake Michigan phytoplankton: mechanisms controlling epilimnetic communities
D Scavia, GL Fahnenstiel
Journal of Great Lakes Research 13 (2), 103-120, 1987
1361987
Reducing hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico: advice from three models
D Scavia, D Justic, VJ Bierman
Estuaries 27 (3), 419-425, 2004
1342004
Evaluating causes of trends in long-term dissolved reactive phosphorus loads to Lake Erie
I Daloğlu, KH Cho, D Scavia
Environmental science & technology 46 (19), 10660-10666, 2012
1252012
Interacting effects of climate change and agricultural BMPs on nutrient runoff entering Lake Erie
NS Bosch, MA Evans, D Scavia, JD Allan
Journal of Great Lakes Research 40 (3), 581-589, 2014
1232014
Incidental oligotrophication of North American great lakes
MA Evans, G Fahnenstiel, D Scavia
Environmental science & technology 45 (8), 3297-3303, 2011
1232011
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