Journal Articles

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12  Orihel, D. M., D. W. Schindler, N. C. Ballard, L. R. Wilson, and R. D. Vinebrooke. 2016. Experimental iron amendment suppresses toxic cyanobacteria in a hypereutrophic lake. Ecological Applications 26(5):1517–1534.

11  Orihel, D. M., T. Bisbicos, C. T. R. Darling, A. P. Dupuis, M. J. Paterson, M. Williamson, and D. C. G. Muir. 2016. Debromination of the flame retardant decabromodiphenyl ether in lake sediments. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 5(3):573-583.

10  Orihel, D. M., D. W. Schindler, N. C. Ballard, M. D. Graham, D. W. O’Connell, L. R. Wilson, and R. D. Vinebrooke. 2015. The “nutrient pump:” Iron-poor sediments fuel low nitrogen-to- phosphorus ratios and cyanobacterial blooms in polymictic lakes. Limnology and Oceanography, in press.

9  Orihel, D. M., O. Hadas, R. Pinkas, Y. Viner-Mozzini, and A. Sukenik. 2013. Internal nutrient loading may increase microcystin concentrations in freshwater lakes by promoting growth of Microcystis populations. Annales de Limnologie – International Journal of Limnology 49:225–235.

8  Orihel, D. M., D. F. Bird, M. Brylinsky, H. Chen, D. B. Donald, D. Y. Huang, A. Giani, D. Kinniburgh, H. 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. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69:1457–1462. [This article was selected by the editor for a press release, and was the “most-read” article in this journal in 2012.]

7  Orihel, D. M., and R. C. Rooney. 2012. A field-based technique for sediment incubation experiments. Journal of Limnology 71:233–235.

6  Blanchfield, P. J., J. Shapiro, A. Sukenik, D. Orihel, and E. Shefer. 2012. Low mercury levels in Lake Kinneret fish. The Israeli Journal of Aquaculture 64.2012IC.:8 pg.

5  Orihel, D. M., M. J. Paterson, P. J. Blanchfield, R. a D. Bodaly, C. C. Gilmour, and H. Hintelmann. 2008. Temporal changes in the distribution, methylation, and bioaccumulation of newly deposited mercury in an aquatic ecosystem. Environmental Pollution 154:77–88.

4  Orihel, D. M., M. J. Paterson, P. J. Blanchfield, R. a Bodaly, and H. Hintelmann. 2007. Experimental evidence of a linear relationship between inorganic mercury loading and methylmercury accumulation by aquatic biota. Environmental Science & Technology 41:4952–4958.

3  Poulain, A. J., D. M. Orihel, M. Amyot, M. J. Paterson, H. Hintelmann, and G. R. Southworth. 2006. Relationship between the loading rate of inorganic mercury to aquatic ecosystems and dissolved gaseous mercury production and evasion. Chemosphere 65:2199–207.

2  Orihel, D. M., M. J. Paterson, C. C. Gilmour, R. a Bodaly, P. J. Blanchfield, H. Hintelmann, R. C. Harris, and J. W. M. Rudd. 2006. Effect of loading rate on the fate of mercury in littoral mesocosms. Environmental Science & Technology 40:5992–6000. [This article was selected by the editor for a feature news article.]

1  Blanchfield, P. J., L. S. Flavelle, T. F. Hodge, and D. M. Orihel. 2005. The response of lake trout to manual tracking. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134:346–355.

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