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Human influences on nitrogen removal in lakes
JC Finlay, GE Small, RW Sterner
Science 342 (6155), 247-250, 2013
2952013
Role of the fish Astyanax aeneus (Characidae) as a keystone nutrient recycler in low‐nutrient Neotropical streams
GE Small, CM Pringle, M Pyron, JH Duff
Ecology 92 (2), 386-397, 2011
1072011
Deviation from strict homeostasis across multiple trophic levels in an invertebrate consumer assemblage exposed to high chronic phosphorus enrichment in a Neotropical stream
GE Small, CM Pringle
Oecologia 162 (3), 581-590, 2010
912010
Rates and controls of nitrification in a large oligotrophic lake
GE Small, GS Bullerjahn, RW Sterner, BFN Beall, S Brovold, JC Finlay, ...
Limnology and oceanography 58 (1), 276-286, 2013
792013
Nitrogen transformations at the sediment–water interface across redox gradients in the Laurentian Great Lakes
GE Small, JB Cotner, JC Finlay, RA Stark, RW Sterner
Hydrobiologia 731 (1), 95-108, 2014
782014
Can consumer stoichiometric regulation control nutrient spiraling in streams?
GE Small, AM Helton, C Kazanci
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28 (4), 747-765, 2009
602009
Increasing donor ecosystem productivity decreases terrestrial consumer reliance on a stream resource subsidy
JM Davis, AD Rosemond, GE Small
Oecologia 167 (3), 821-834, 2011
552011
An ecological network analysis of nitrogen cycling in the Laurentian Great Lakes
GE Small, RW Sterner, JC Finlay
Ecological modelling 293, 150-160, 2014
362014
Large differences in potential denitrification and sediment microbial communities across the Laurentian great lakes
GE Small, JC Finlay, RML McKay, MJ Rozmarynowycz, S Brovold, ...
Biogeochemistry 128 (3), 353-368, 2016
312016
Importance of T errestrial A rthropods as S ubsidies in L owland N eotropical R ain F orest S tream E cosystems
GE Small, PJ Torres, LM Schweizer, JH Duff, CM Pringle
Biotropica 45 (1), 80-87, 2013
272013
Differences in phosphorus demand among detritivorous chironomid larvae reflect intraspecific adaptations to differences in food resource stoichiometry across lowland tropical …
GE Small, JP Wares, CM Pringle
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (1), 268-278, 2011
272011
A global database of nitrogen and phosphorous excretion rates of aquatic animals
M Vanni, P McIntyre, D Allen, D Arnott, J Benestad, D Berg, Ĺ Brabrand, ...
252017
Nitrogen cycling in a freshwater estuary
LC Loken, GE Small, JC Finlay, RW Sterner, EH Stanley
Biogeochemistry 127 (2), 199-216, 2016
252016
Excess phosphorus from compost applications in urban gardens creates potential pollution hotspots
G Small, P Shrestha, GS Metson, K Polsky, I Jimenez, A Kay
Environmental Research Communications 1 (9), 091007, 2019
192019
Observational field studies are not appropriate tests of consumer stoichiometric homeostasis
HM Halvorson, GE Small
Freshwater Science 35 (4), 1103-1116, 2016
192016
Diet‐switching by omnivorous freshwater shrimp diminishes differences in nutrient recycling rates and body stoichiometry across a food quality gradient
MN Snyder, GE Small, CM Pringle
Freshwater Biology 60 (3), 526-536, 2015
192015
Rainfall-driven amplification of seasonal acidification in poorly buffered tropical streams
GE Small, M Ardon, AP Jackman, JH Duff, FJ Triska, A Ramírez, M Snyder, ...
Ecosystems 15 (6), 974-985, 2012
192012
The conservation of mass
RW Sterner, GE Small, JM Hood
Nature Education Knowledge 3 (10), 20, 2011
182011
Quantifying nutrient recovery efficiency and loss from compost-based urban agriculture
P Shrestha, GE Small, A Kay
PloS one 15 (4), e0230996, 2020
172020
Tale of two storms: Impact of extreme rain events on the biogeochemistry of Lake Superior
EM Cooney, P McKinney, R Sterner, GE Small, EC Minor
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123 (5), 1719-1731, 2018
172018
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