Jen Klug
Jen Klug
Professor of Biology, Fairfield University
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Stability and variability in competitive communities
AR Ives, K Gross, JL Klug
Science 286 (5439), 542-544, 1999
Stability and species richness in complex communities
AR Ives, JL Klug, K Gross
Ecology Letters 3 (5), 399-411, 2000
The dual nature of community variability
F Micheli, KL Cottingham, J Bascompte, ON Bjørnstad, GL Eckert, ...
Oikos, 161-169, 1999
Compensatory dynamics in planktonic community responses to pH perturbations
JL Klug, JM Fischer, AR Ives, B Dennis
Ecology 81 (2), 387-398, 2000
Ecosystem effects of a tropical cyclone on a network of lakes in northeastern North America
JL Klug, DC Richardson, HA Ewing, BR Hargreaves, NR Samal, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (21), 11693-11701, 2012
Effects of resources and trophic interactions on freshwater bacterioplankton diversity
MM Fisher, JL Klug, G Lauster, M Newton, EW Triplett
Microbial Ecology 40 (2), 125-138, 2000
Positive and negative effects of allochthonous dissolved organic matter and inorganic nutrients on phytoplankton growth
JL Klug
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59 (1), 85-95, 2002
Bottle or big-scale studies: how do we do ecology?
AR Ives, J Foufopoulos, ED Klopfer, JL Klug, TM Palmer
Ecology 77 (3), 681-685, 1996
Trajectories of zooplankton recovery in the little rock lake whole‐lake acidification experiment
TM Frost, JM Fischer, JL Klug, SE Arnott, PK Montz
Ecological Applications 16 (1), 353-367, 2006
Bacterial response to dissolved organic matter affects resource availability for algae
JL Klug
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62 (2), 472-481, 2005
Interactions among environmental drivers: Community responses to changing nutrients and dissolved organic carbon
JL Klug, KL Cottingham
Ecology 82 (12), 3390-3403, 2001
Positive and negative effects of riverine input on the estuarine green alga Ulva intestinalis (syn. Enteromorpha intestinalis)(Linneaus)
KM McAvoy, JL Klug
Hydrobiologia 545 (1), 1-9, 2005
Ecological history affects zooplankton community responses to acidification
JM Fischer, JL Klug, AR Ives, TM Frost
Ecology 82 (11), 2984-3000, 2001
Spatial pattern of localized disturbance along a southeastern salt marsh tidal creek
JM Fischer, T Reed-Andersen, JL Klug, AG Chalmers
Estuaries 23 (4), 565-571, 2000
Wind and trophic status explain within and among‐lake variability of algal biomass
JA Rusak, AJ Tanentzap, JL Klug, KC Rose, SP Hendricks, E Jennings, ...
Limnology and oceanography letters 3 (6), 409-418, 2018
Factors influencing the growth of Mougeotia in experimentally acidified mesocosms
JL Klug, JM Fischer
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57 (3), 538-547, 2000
Using large data sets for open-ended inquiry in undergraduate science classrooms
CM O'reilly, RD Gougis, JL Klug, CC Carey, DC Richardson, NE Bader, ...
BioScience 67 (12), 1052-1061, 2017
A model for using environmental data‐driven inquiry and exploration to teach limnology to undergraduates
CC Carey, R Darner Gougis, JL Klug, CM O'Reilly, DC Richardson
Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 24 (2), 32-35, 2015
Nutrient limitation in the lower Housatonic River estuary
JL Klug
Estuaries and coasts 29 (5), 831-840, 2006
Analysis of high‐frequency and long‐term data in undergraduate ecology classes improves quantitative literacy
JL Klug, CC Carey, DC Richardson, R Darner Gougis
Ecosphere 8 (3), e01733, 2017
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