23rd October 2015

Publications

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  • In Prep Muir, D.M., Evans, M., Jackson, T., Kling, H., Antoniades, D., Douglas, M., Pienitz, R., Smol, J., Wang, X., Yang, F. Investigating linkages between climate warming and mercury in arctic and sub-arctic lakes sediments.
  • 2013 Gikuma-Njuru, P.*; Guildford, S.J.; Hecky, R.E.; H. J. Kling . Strong spatial differentiation of N and P deficiency, primary productivity and community composition between Nyanza Gulf and Lake Victoria (Kenya, East Africa) and the implications for nutrient management” Freshwater Biology Vol 58 (11) 2237-2252
  • 2013  Zhang W., S.B Watson, R.R. Yerubandi, HJ. Kling.  A linked hydrodynamic,water quality and algal biomass model for a large, multi-basin lake: A working management Tool. Ecol. Model. 269:37-50
  • 2013 Gikuma-Njuru, P.*; Guildford, S.J.; Hecky, R.E.; H. J. Kling.  Strong spatial differentiation of N and P deficiency, primary productivity and community composition between Nyanza Gulf and Lake Victoria (Kenya, East Africa) and the implications for nutrient management. Freshwater Biology Vol.58(11) 2237-2252
  • 2013  Zhang, W., Sue B. Watson, R. R. Yerubandi, H.J. Kling. A linked hydrodynamic, water quality and algal biomass model for a large, multi-basin lake: A working management tool.  Ecological Modelling 269 (2013) 37–50
  • 2012  Kling H.J.,  H. D. Laughinghouse IV, J. šmarda, J. Komárek, J. Acreman, K. Bruun, S. B. Watson, and F. Chen.  A new red colonial Pseudanabaena (Cyanoprokaryota, Oscillatoriales) from North American large lakes . Fottea, Olomouc, 12(2): 327–339
  • 2012. Orihel D.M., D. F. Bird, M.l Brylinsky, H. Chen, D. B. Donald, D. Y. Huang, A. Giani, D.Kinniburgh, H.J Kling, B. G. Kotak, P R. Leavitt, C.C. Nielsen, S. Reedyk, R. C. Rooney, S. B. Watson, R. W. Zurawell, and R. D. Vinebrooke 2012 High microcystin concentrations occur only at low nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratios in nutrient-rich Canadian lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci.  Vol. 69, 1457–1462
  • 2012  G.K. McCullough, S. Page, R.H. Hesslein, M.P. Stainton, H.J. Kling, A. Salki, D.G. Barber.  Hydrological forcing of a recent trophic surge in Lake Winnipeg. J. Great Lakes Res., 38 (Suppl. 3) (2012), pp. 95–105
  • 2011  Kling, H. J. , Watson, S. B. , McCullough, G. K. and Stainton, M. P. Bloom development and phytoplankton succession in Lake Winnipeg: a comparison of historical records with recent data.  Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management, 14: 2, 219 — 224.
  • 2011  Jane L .Kirk, Derek C.M.Muir, Dermot Antoniades, Marianne S.V.Douglas, Marlene S.Evans, Togwell A.Jackson, Hedy Kling,Scott Lamoureux, Darlene S.S. Lim, Reinhard Pienitz, John P. Smol, OKailey Stewart, Xiaowa Wang, and Fan Yang.  Climate Change and MercuryAccumulation in Canadian High and Subarctic Lakes.  Environ. Sci. Technol., 2011, 45 (3), pp 964–970
  • 2010  Stager, K., R. E. Hecky, D. Grzesik , B. Cummings and Hedy Kling Diatom evidence for the timing and causes of eutrophication in Lake Victoria.  Hydrobiolocia 636:463-478.
  • 2009  Kling, H.J.  Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii ( Woloszynska) Seenayya and Subba Raju : A brief historic overview and recent discovery in the Assiniboine River.  Fottea 9(1): 1–43.
  • 2008  Guildford, S.J., Muir, D.C.G., M. Houde, M.S. Evans, K.A. Kidd, D.M. Whittle, K. Drouillard, X. Wang, R. Anderson, C.R. Bronte, D.S. DeVault, D. Haffner, J. Payne, Kling, H.J.  PCB concentrations in lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) are correlated to habitat use and lake characteristics.  Environ. Sci. Technol. 42(22):8239-8244.
  •  2008 Houde, M., D.C.G. Muir, K.A. Kidd, S. Guildford, K. Drouillard, X. Wang, M.S.Evans, D.M. Whittle, D. Haffner , H. Kling. Influence of lake characteristics on the biomagnification of persistent organic pollutants in lake trout food webs. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Vol. 27, No. 10, pp. 2169-2178, 2008.
  • 2008 North, R.L., S.J. Guildford, R.E.H. Smith, M.R. Twiss, and H.J. Kling. Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Iron colimitation of phytoplankton communities in nearshore and offshore regions of the African Great Lakes. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. Vol 30, Part 2 p.255-257.
  • 2008 Teller, J. T. , Z. Yang, M. Boyd, W. Buhay, K. McMillan, H.J. Kling, A. M Telka. Postglacial sedimentary record and history of West Hawk Lake crater, Manitoba. Journal of Paleolimnogy Volume 40(2) 661-688.
  • 2007 Stainton, M.P. and H.J. Kling. Paleo history of Lake of the Woods: Chemistry and Algal Microfossils. Lake of the Woods District Property Owners Association Report + Appendix.
  • 2006 Kling,H.J. Paleolimnological Investigation of Kabetogama Lake, Voyageurs National Park report for US. Geological Survey Columbia Environmental Research Center.
  • 2006 Scott, K and H.J. Kling. South Lake Riding Mountain National Park: Investigations in to its recent limnological history using radiodating and microfossils in sediments. Report 24 p.
  • 2006 Rott, E., H.J. Kling, and G. McGregor. Studies on the Diatom Uroslenia Round & Crawford (Rhizosoleiophyideae) Part 1. New and re-classified species from subtropical freshwater. Diatom Research Vol 21(1):105-124.
  • 2005 Findaly, D.L., M.Paterson, L. Hendzel and H. J. Kling. Factors influencing Gonyostomum semen blooms in a small boreal reservoir. Hydrobiologia 533: 243-252.
  • 2005 Gordon, R., Kling, H.J., and F.A.S. Sterrenburg. A guide to the diatom literature for diatom nanothechnologists. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 5(1).
  • 2003 Hedy J Kling and Susan Watson. A new plankticspecies of Pseudanabaena (Cyanoprokaryota Oscillatoriales) from North American large lakes. Hydrobiologia 502: 383-388.
  • 2003 Harvey Bootsma, Robert E Hecky, Thomas C. Johnson, Hedy J. Kling, and Joseph Mwita. Inputs, outputs and internal cycling of silica in a large, tropical lake. Great Lakes Res.Res 29 (Supplement 2): 121-138.
  • 2003 Higgins,S.N., H.J. Kling, R.E. Hecky, W.D. Taylor, and H.A. Bootsma. The community composition, distribution, and nutrient status of epilithic periphyton at five rocky littoral zone sites in Lake Malawi, Africa. Journal of Great Lakes Research Special issue.
  • 2003 Verburg, P., R.E. Hecky and H. Kling, 2003. Ecological consequences of a century of warming in Lake Tanganyika. Science Published online 26 June 2003; 10.1126/science.1084846.
  • 2003 Komarek J. Kling, H.J. and Komarkova, J. North American Genera of Filamentous Cyanoprokaryotes. In Freshwater Algae of North America: Ecology and Classification (ed) J. Wehr and R. Sheath. Academic Press Amsterdam Boston London New York ISBN 0-112-741550-5.
  • 2002 Gontcharov, A.A., Findlay, D.L., H. J. Kling and M.M. Watanabe. Desmids (Desmidiales,Streptophyta) from the Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario, Canada. The genera Actinotaenium and Cosmarium. Arch. Hydrobiol. Suppl. 144 Algological Studies 106 17-41.
  • 2002 Verschuren, D., T.C. Johnson, H.J. Kling, D.N. Edgington, P.R. Leavitt, E.B. Brown, M.R.Talbot and R.E. Hecky. History and timing of human impact on Lake Victoria, East Africa. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 269:289-294.
  • 2001 Wolfe A. P. and H.J. Kling. A taxonomic and (paleo) ecological contribution to the genus Brachysira Kutzing (Bacillariophyta). In: Jahn, R., J.P. Kociolek, A. Witkowski & P. Compère (eds.): Lange-Bertalot-Festschrift: : 243-264. Gantner, Ruggell. – ISBN 3-904144-26-X.
  • 2001 Rott, E., H. J. Kling and T. Perez. Planktonic centric diatoms from the volcanic Lake Taal (Philippines). – In: Jahn, R., J. P. Kociolek, A. Witkowski & P. Compère (eds.): Lange-Bertalot-Festschrift: 39-52. Gantner, Ruggell. – ISBN 3-904144-26-X.
  • 2001 Cyanoprokaryotes and Chlorophytes across Lake Trophic States, 12th International Association of Phytoplankton Taxonomy and Ecology Workshop. (eds.) P. Hamilton, M. Dokulil, and H.J. Kling. Vol. 438 Part 1:1-142.
  • 2001 Kling, H.J., R. Mugidde, and R.E. Hecky. Recent changes in the phytoplankton community of Lake Victoria in response to eutrophication. The Great Lakes of the World. (GLOW): Food-web, health and integrity, pp. 47-65. (eds.) M. Munawar and R.E. Hecky, Ecovision World Monograph Series Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • 2001 Kling, H.J. and D.L. Findlay. Dominant scaled and non-scaled chrysophytes in Northwestern Ontario Shield lakes. Beiheft fur Nova Hedwigia 122: 75-97. J. Cramer Verlag Stuttgart.
  • 2001 Ramlal, P.S., G.W.Kling, L.M. Ndawulu, R.E. Hecky, H.J. Kling. Diurnal fluctuations in PCO2,DIC, Oxygen and nutrients at inshore sites in Lake Victoria, Uganda. Great Lakes of the World Symposium (GLOW): Food-web, health and integrity, pp. 67-82. (eds.) M. Munawar and R.E. Hecky. Ecovision World Monograph Series Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • 1998 Verschuren, D., D.N. Edgington, H.J. Kling, and T.C. Johnson. The eutrophication of Lake Victoria: sedimentary signals at offshore stations. J. Great Lakes Res. 24:118-130.
  • 1998 Kling, H.J. A summary of past and recent plankton in Lake Winnipeg, Canada using algal fossil remains. J. Paleolimn.19: 297-307.
  • 1998 Findlay, D.L., H.J. Kling, H. Ronicke, and W.J. Findlay. A limnological study of Arendsee (Germany). J. Paleolimn.(19: 41-54).
  • 1997 Kling, H.J. The ecology, ontogeny and morphology of freshwater centric diatom species complex: Cyclotella bodanica/radiosa. Dept. of Botany, University of Manitoba Master Thesis.
  • 1997 Siver P.A. and H.J. Kling. Aulacoseira species in North America. Can. J. Bot. 75: 1807-1835.
  • 1996 Findlay D. L. and H.J. Kling. Protocols for Measuring Biodiversity: Phytoplankton in Freshwater Lakes. Click to View
  • 1996 Welch, H.E. and H. Kling. LIMARCTIC: Arctic Freshwater Ecology. CD produced by K.P.Hochheim, D.G.Barber and E.J.Fee.
  • 1996 Kling, H.J. Stephanodiscus yukonensis nov. sp. (Bacillariophyceae): A new species of Stephanodiscus from the Yukon Territory, Canada. Diatom Res. 9(2) 73-80.
  • 1996 Kling, H. Fossil and modern phytoplankton from Lake Winnipeg. In: Lake Winnipeg Project: Cruise report and scientific results. (eds.) B.J. Todd, M. Lewis, L.H. Thorleifson, and E. Neilsen. Geological Survey of Canada Open FIle 3113. P.283-310.
  • 1996 Fabbro, L., H. Kling and L. Duivenvoorden. Morphological variation of Cylinderospermopsis in natural populations. Brisbane Water Symposium Proceedings October 1996.
  • 1995 O’Brien, W.J., M. Bahr, A. Hershey, J. Hobbie, G. Kipput, G. Kling, H. Kling, M. McDonald, M. Miller and P. Rublee. The limnology of Toolik Lake in freshwaters of Alaska. Milner and Oswood (eds.).
  • 1994 Guildford, S.J., L.L. Hendzel, H.J. Kling, E.J. Fee, G.G.C. Robinson, R.E. Hecky, and S. Kasian. Phytoplankton nutrient status: Temporal and spatial variability in lakes along a size gradient and the relationship between physical, chemical and biological variables in the lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. 51: 2769-2783.
  • 1994 Kling, H.J., D.L. Findlay, and J. Komarek. Aphanizomenon schindlerii: a new nostocacean Cyanoprokocyote algae from the Experimental Lakes Area (ELA), northwestern Ontario. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 51: 2267-2273.
  • 1994 Leavitt, P.R., B.J. Hann, J.P. Smol, B.A. Zeeb, C.C. Christie, B. Wolfe, and H.J. Kling. Analysis of whole-lake experiments with paleolimnology: an overview of results from Lake 227, Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci.
  • 1994 Wolfe, B., H. Kling, G. Brunskill, and P. Wilkinson. A case for a multiple dating approach: a Lake 227 freeze core; an experimentally fertilized lake with varved sediments. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 51: 2274-2285.
  • 1994 Zeeb, B., C. Christie, J. Smol, D. Findlay, H. Kling, and H. Birks. Diatom-and chrysophyte-assemblage responses to experimental eutrophication in Lake 227 sediments. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 51: 2300-2311.
  • 1994 Håkasson, H. and H.J. Kling. Cyclotella agassizenis nov. sp. and its relationship to C. guillensis Bailey and other prairie Cyclotella species. Diatom Res. 9(2): 259-264.
  • 1993 Kling, H.J. Asterionella formosa Ralfs: the process of rapid size reduction and its ecological significance. Diatom Res. 8(2): 475-479.
  • 1992 Kling, H.J. Valve development in Stephanodiscus hantzschii Grunow and its implications for species identification. Diatom Res. 7(2): 241-257.
  • 1991 Guildford, S.J., E.J. Fee, and H.J. Kling. Phytoplankton composition, photosynthesis, and nutrient status in lakes and channels in the Mackenzie Delta, N.W.T. (Abstract). In: P. Marsh and C.S.L. Ommanney (eds.) Mackenzie Delta: environmental interactions and implications of development. Environment Canada, Saskatoon, SK, 17 Oct 1989.
  • 1991 Komarek, J. and H.J. Kling. Variation in six planktonic cyanophyte genera in Lake Victoria (East Africa). Algol. Stud. 61: 21-45.
  • 1991 Ramlal, P.S., C. Anema, E. Cummings, E.J. Fee, S.J. Guildford, K. Hallard, R.E. Hecky, R.H. Hesslein, S. Himmer, H.J. Kling, D. Mathew, D. Nernberg, and E. Schindler. Macrophyte and algal studies of some lakes in the Mackenzie Delta and on the Tuktoyaktuk Peninsula, 1985-86. Can. Data Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 839: v + 87 p.
  • 1991 Welch, H.E., D.C.G. Muir, B.N. Billeck, W.L. Lockhart, G.J. Brunskill, H.J. Kling, M.P. Olson, and R.M. Lemoine. Brown snow: a long-range transport event in the Canadian Arctic. Environ. Sci. Technol. 25(2): 280-286.
  • 1990 Håkasson, H. and H. Kling. The current status of some very small freshwater diatoms of the genera Stephanodiscus and Cyclostephanos. Diatom Res. 5(2): 273-287.
  • 1990 Siver, P.A., J.S. Hamer, and H.J. Kling. Separation of Mallomonas duerschmidtiae sp. nov. from M. crassiquama and M. pseudocoronata: implications for paleolimnological research. J. Phycol. 26(4): 728-740.
  • 1989 Fee, E.J., R.E. Hecky, M.P. Stainton, P. Sandberg, L.L. Hendzel, S.J. Guildford, H.J. Kling, G.K. McCullough, C. Anema, and A. Salki. Lake variability and climate research in northwestern Ontario: study design and 1985-1986 data from the Red Lake district. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 1662: v + 39 p.
  • 1989 McKenzie, C. and H. Kling. Scale-bearing Chrysophyceae (Mallomonadaceae and Paraphysomonadaceae) from Mackenzie Delta area lakes, Northwest Territories. Nord. J. Bot. 9: 103-112.
  • 1989 Håkasson, H. and H. Kling. A light and electron microscope study of previously described and new Stephanodiscus species. Diatom Res. 4(2): 269-288.
  • 1989 Welch, H.E., J.A. Legault, and H.J. Kling. Phytoplankton, nutrients, and primary production in fertilized and natural lakes at Saqvaqjuac, N.W.T. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 46(1): 90-107.
  • 1988 Kling, H. and H. Håkasson. A light and electron microscope study of Cyclotella species (Bacillariophyceae) from central and northern Canadian lakes. Diatom Res. J. 3(1): 55-82.
  • 1987 Hecky, R.E. and H.J. Kling. Phytoplankton ecology of the Great Lakes in the rift valleys of central Africa. Arch. Hydrobiol. Beih. Ergebn. Limnol. 25: 197-228.
  • 1986 Hecky, R.E., H.J. Kling, G.J. Brunskill, and E.J. Fee. Seasonality of phytoplankton in large, shallow Canadian lakes and the significance of connective circulation of interstitial water. Hydrobiologia 138: 117-126.
  • 1985 Fee, E.J., M.P. Stainton, and H.J. Kling. Primary production and related limnological data for some lakes of the Yellowknife, N.W.T. region. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. Tech. Rep. 1409: v + 55 p.
  • 1983 Kling, H.J. and J. Kristiansen. Scale-bearing Chrysophyceae (Mallomoadaceae) from central and northern Canada. Nord. J. Bot. 3: 269-290.
  • 1983 Hecky, R.E., E.J. Fee, and H.J. Kling. Phytoplankton growth rates in tropical, temperate and subarctic great lakes (Abstract). EOS 64(52): 1063.
  • 1982 Hecky, R.E., C. Anema, S.J. Guildford, and H. Kling. Southern Indian Lake: changes in nutrient status and algal productivity following impoundment (Abstract and Resume), p. 445-446. In: P.G.C. Campbell, R. Perrier, and M. Cantin (eds.) International symposium on reservoir ecology and management. Can. Water Resour. J. 7(1).
  • 1981 Hecky, R.E., E.J. Fee, H. Kling, and J.W.M. Rudd. Relationships between primary production and fish production in Lake Tanganyika. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 110: 336-345.
  • 1981 Hecky, R.E. and H.J. Kling. Phytoplankton and protozooplankton of the euphotic zone of Lake Tanganyika: species composition, biomass, chlorophyll content and spatio-temporal distribution. Limnol. Oceanogr. 26: 548-564.
  • 1981 Kling, Hedy J. Lobocystia dichotoma var. mucosa Bourrelly and Quadricoccus ellipticus Hortobagyi: new records for Lake Tanganyika. Arch. Hydrobiol. Suppl. 60, 3; Algological Studies 28: 220-225.
  • 1981 Kling, H.J. Chrysochromulina laurentiana: an electron microscopic study of a new species of Prymnesiophyceae from Canadian Shield lakes. Nord. J. Bot. 1: 551-555.
  • 1980 Barica, J., H.J. Kling, and J. Gibson. 1980. Experimental manipulation of algal bloom composition by nitrogen additions. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 37: 1175-1183.
  • 1979 Hecky, R.E., E.J. Fee, H.J. Kling, and J.W.M. Rudd. Studies on the planktonic ecology of Lake Tanganyika. Can. Fish. Mar. Serv. Res. Devel. Tech. Rep. 816.
  • 1979 Findlay, D.L. and H.J. Kling. A species list and pictorial reference to the phytoplankton of central and northern Canada. Can. MS Rep. Fish. Aquatic Sci. Rep. 1503: iv + 619 p. (in 2 parts).
  • 1978 Barica, J., H. Kling, and J. Gibson. Chlorophyll a, nutrients and dissolved oxygen in eight small lakes near Erickson, southwestern Manitoba, 1974-77 data. Can. Fish. Mar. Serv. Data Rep. 94: iv + 17 p.
  • 1978 Hecky, R.E., E.J. Fee, H. Kling, and J.W.M. Rudd. Studies on the planktonic ecology of Lake Tanganyika. Can. Fish. Mar. Serv. Tech. Rep. 816: iv + 51 p.
  • 1978 Whitaker, J., J. Barica, H.J. Kling, and M. Buckley. Efficacy of copper sulfate in the suppression of Aphanizomenon flos-aquae blooms in prairie lakes. Environ. Pollut. 15(3): 185-194.
  • 1977 Berke, S.G., D.E. Brownlee, D.R. Heinle, H.J. Kling, and R.R. Colwell. Ciliates in a food source for marine planktonic copepods. Mar. 1977. J. Micro. Ecol. 4: 27-40.
  • 1976 Ayles, B. G., J.G.I. Lark, J. Barica, and Hedy Kling. Seasonal mortality of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) planted in small eutrophic lakes of Central Canada. J. Fish. Res. Board Can. 33: 647-655.
  • 1975 Kling, H.J. Phytoplankton successions and species distribution in prairie ponds of the Erickson-Elphinstone district and southwestern Manitoba. Can. Fish. Mar. Serv. Tech. Rep. 512: ii + 31 p.
  • 1975 Findlay, D.L. and H.J. Kling. Seasonal succession of phytoplankton in seven lake basins in the Experimental Lakes Area, northwestern Ontario following artificial eutrophication. Can. Fish. Mar. Serv. Tech. Rep. 513: iii + 53 p.
  • 1975 Kalff, J., H.J. Kling, S.K. Holmgren, and H.E. Welch. Phytoplankton growth and biomass cycles in an unpolluted polar lake. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 19: 487-495.
  • 1975 Healey, M.C. and H.J. Kling. Experimental cropping of lakes. 3. Phytoplankton and Zooplankton. Can. Fish. Mar. Serv. Tech. Rep. 533. 27 p.
  • 1974 Hecky, R., R. Harper, and H. Kling. Phytoplankton and primary production in Southern Indian Lake. Lake Winnipeg, Churchill and Nelson Rivers Study Board, Canada-Manitoba, 1971-75, Tech. Rep., Appendix 5, Vol. 1, Rep. E. 90 p.
  • 1974 Schindler, D.W., J. Kalff, H.E. Welch, G.J. Brunskill, H. Kling, and N. Kritisch. Eutrophication in the high Arctic-Meretta Lake, Cornwallis Island (75°N lat.). J. Fish. Res. Board Can. 41: 647-662.
  • 1973 Schindler, D.W., H.J. Kling, R.V. Schmidt, J. Prokopowich, W.E. Frost, R.A. Reid, and M. Capel. Eutrophication of Lake 227 by addition of phosphate and nitrate: the second, third and fourth years of enrichment, 1970, 1971, and 1972. J. Fish. Res. Board Can. 30: 1415-1440.
  • 1972 Kling, H.J. and S.K. Holmgren. Species composition and seasonal distribution of phytoplankton in the Experimental Lakes Area, northwestern Ontario. Can. Fish. Res. Board Tech. Rep. 337: i + 56 p.

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