Noah Ralph Lottig, Ph.D.

Trout Lake Station University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
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Emily H. Stanley grad student 2009 UW Madison
 (Regional aquatic biogeochemistry of the Northern Highlands Lake District.)
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Perales KM, Hein CL, Lottig NR, et al. (2020) Lake water level response to drought in a lake rich region explained by lake and landscape characteristics Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Soranno PA, Wagner T, Collins SM, et al. (2019) Spatial and temporal variation of ecosystem properties at macroscales. Ecology Letters
McCullough IM, Cheruvelil KS, Lapierre JF, et al. (2019) Do lakes feel the burn? Ecological consequences of increasing exposure of lakes to fire in the continental United States. Global Change Biology
Stanley EH, Rojas‐Salazar S, Lottig NR, et al. (2019) Comparison of total nitrogen data from direct and Kjeldahl‐based approaches in integrated data sets Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. 17: 639-649
Wagner T, Lottig NR, Bartley ML, et al. (2019) Increasing accuracy of lake nutrient predictions in thousands of lakes by leveraging water clarity data Limnology and Oceanography Letters. 5: 228-235
Stanley EH, Collins SM, Lottig NR, et al. (2019) Biases in lake water quality sampling and implications for macroscale research Limnology and Oceanography. 64: 1572-1585
Stow CA, Webster KE, Wagner T, et al. (2018) Small values in big data: The continuing need for appropriate metadata Ecological Informatics. 45: 26-30
Soranno PA, Bacon LC, Beauchene M, et al. (2017) LAGOS-NE: A multi-scaled geospatial and temporal database of lake ecological context and water quality for thousands of U.S. lakes. Gigascience
Oliver SK, Collins SM, Soranno PA, et al. (2017) Unexpected stasis in a changing world: Lake nutrient and chlorophyll trends since 1990. Global Change Biology
Powers SM, Baulch HM, Hampton SE, et al. (2017) Nitrification contributes to winter oxygen depletion in seasonally frozen forested lakes Biogeochemistry. 136: 119-129
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