Brie A. Edwards, Ph.D.

2013 Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Ecology Biology
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Donald Jackson grad student 2013 University of Toronto
 (Temporal Change in Crayfish Communities and links to a Changing Environment.)
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Meyer-Jacob C, Labaj AL, Paterson AM, et al. (2020) Re-browning of Sudbury (Ontario, Canada) lakes now approaches pre-acid deposition lake-water dissolved organic carbon levels. The Science of the Total Environment. 725: 138347
Keller W(, Heneberry J, Edwards BA. (2019) Recovery of acidified Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, lakes: a multi-decade synthesis and update Environmental Reviews. 27: 1-16
Edwards BA, Jackson DA, Somers KM. (2016) Effects of declining calcium availability on the survival, growth and calcium content of a freshwater crayfish, Orconectes virilis Freshwater Biology. 61: 914-922
Edwards BA, Southee FM, McDermid JL. (2016) Using climate and a minimum set of local characteristics to predict the future distributions of freshwater fish in Ontario, Canada, at the lake-scale Global Ecology and Conservation. 8: 71-84
Edwards BA, Jackson DA, Somers KM. (2014) Linking temporal changes in crayfish communities to environmental changes in boreal Shield lakes in south-central Ontario Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 71: 21-30
Edwards BA, Jackson DA, Somers KM. (2014) Evaluating the effect of lake calcium concentration on the acquisition of carapace calcium by freshwater crayfish Hydrobiologia. 744: 91-100
Scott CE, Alofs KM, Edwards BA. (2011) Putting dark diversity in the spotlight. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 26: 263-4; author reply
Edwards BA, Jackson DA, Somers KM. (2009) Multispecies crayfish declines in lakes: Implications for species distributions and richness Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 28: 719-732
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