|Impacts of climatic change and fishing on Pacific salmon abundance over the past 300 years|
BP Finney, I Gregory-Eaves, J Sweetman, MSV Douglas, JP Smol
Science 290 (5492), 795-799, 2000
|Fisheries productivity in the northeastern Pacific Ocean over the past 2,200 years|
BP Finney, I Gregory-Eaves, MSV Douglas, JP Smol
Nature 416 (6882), 729-733, 2002
|A coherent signature of anthropogenic nitrogen deposition to remote watersheds of the northern hemisphere|
GW Holtgrieve, DE Schindler, WO Hobbs, PR Leavitt, EJ Ward, L Bunting, ...
Science 334 (6062), 1545-1548, 2011
|Acceleration of cyanobacterial dominance in north temperate‐subarctic lakes during the Anthropocene|
ZE Taranu, I Gregory‐Eaves, PR Leavitt, L Bunting, T Buchaca, J Catalan, ...
Ecology letters 18 (4), 375-384, 2015
|Nutrients and water temperature are significant predictors of cyanobacterial biomass in a 1147 lakes data set|
M Beaulieu, F Pick, I Gregory-Eaves
Limnology and Oceanography 58 (5), 1736-1746, 2013
|Delivery of pollutants by spawning salmon|
EM Krümmel, RW Macdonald, LE Kimpe, I Gregory-Eaves, MJ Demers, ...
Nature 425 (6955), 255-256, 2003
|Predicting cyanobacterial dynamics in the face of global change: the importance of scale and environmental context|
ZE Taranu, RW Zurawell, F Pick, I Gregory‐Eaves
Global Change Biology 18 (12), 3477-3490, 2012
|First human impacts and responses of aquatic systems: A review of palaeolimnological records from around the world|
N Dubois, É Saulnier-Talbot, K Mills, P Gell, R Battarbee, H Bennion, ...
The Anthropocene Review 5 (1), 28-68, 2018
|Quantifying relationships among phosphorus, agriculture, and lake depth at an inter-regional scale|
ZE Taranu, I Gregory-Eaves
Ecosystems 11, 715-725, 2008
|DNA-based methods in paleolimnology: new opportunities for investigating long-term dynamics of lacustrine biodiversity|
I Domaizon, A Winegardner, E Capo, J Gauthier, I Gregory-Eaves
Journal of Paleolimnology 58, 1-21, 2017
|Distribution, abundance, and diversity of microplastics in the upper St. Lawrence River|
A Crew, I Gregory-Eaves, A Ricciardi
Environmental Pollution 260, 113994, 2020
|Urban point sources of nutrients were the leading cause for the historical spread of hypoxia across European lakes|
JP Jenny, A Normandeau, P Francus, ZE Taranu, I Gregory-Eaves, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (45), 12655-12660, 2016
|Lake sedimentary DNA research on past terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity: Overview and recommendations|
E Capo, C Giguet-Covex, A Rouillard, K Nota, PD Heintzman, A Vuillemin, ...
Quaternary 4 (1), 6, 2021
|Diatom-based transfer functions for inferring past climatic and environmental changes in Alaska, USA|
I Gregory-Eaves, JP Smol, BP Finney, ME Edwards
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 31 (4), 353-365, 1999
|A 700‐year paleoecological record of boreal ecosystem responses to climatic variation from Alaska|
W Tinner, C Bigler, S Gedye, I Gregory-Eaves, RT Jones, P Kaltenrieder, ...
Ecology 89 (3), 729-743, 2008
|Palaeolimnological insights for biodiversity science: an emerging field|
I GREGORY‐EAVES, BE Beisner
Freshwater Biology 56 (12), 2653-2661, 2011
|Characteristics and variation in lakes along a north-south transect in Alaska|
I Gregory-Eaves, JP Smol, BP Finney, DRS Lean, ME Edwards
Archiv für Hydrobiologie 147 (2), 193-223, 2000
|Human and climate global-scale imprint on sediment transfer during the Holocene|
JP Jenny, S Koirala, I Gregory-Eaves, P Francus, C Niemann, B Ahrens, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (46), 22972-22976, 2019
|Predicting microcystin concentrations in lakes and reservoirs at a continental scale: A new framework for modelling an important health risk factor|
ZE Taranu, I Gregory‐Eaves, RJ Steele, M Beaulieu, P Legendre
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (6), 625-637, 2017
|Centennial-scale fluctuations and regional complexity characterize Pacific salmon population dynamics over the past five centuries|
LA Rogers, DE Schindler, PJ Lisi, GW Holtgrieve, PR Leavitt, L Bunting, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (5), 1750-1755, 2013