Progress

Published Research

2018

  • Winslow, L.A., T.H. Leach, and K.C. Rose. 2018. Global lake response to the recent warming hiatus. Environmental Research Letters 13:054005.
  • Winslow, L. A., Hahn, T. H., DeVaul Princiotta, S., Leach, T. H., & Rose, K. C. (2018). Characterizing hydrologic networks: Developing a tool to enable research of macroscale aquatic networks. Environmental Modelling & Software, 104, 94–101. DOI:   10.1016/j.envsoft.2018.03.012.
  • Leach, T., L. Winslow, F.W. Acker, J.A. Bloomfield, C.W. Boylen, P. Bukaveckas, D.F. Charles, R. Daniels, C. Driscoll, L.W. Eichler, J.L. Farrell, C. Funk, C. Goodrich, T.M. Michelena, S.A. Nierzwicki-Bauer, K. Roy, W.H. Shaw, J.W. Sutherland, M. Swinton, D. Winkler, and K. Rose.  2018.  Long-term dataset on aquatic responses to concurrent climate change and recovery from acidification.  Nature Research: Scientific Data volume 5, Article number: 180059.
  • Battad Z., and M. Si. (2018) Automatic generation of descriptions for numerical data using narrative abnormality. In: R. Rouse, H. Koenitz, and M. Haahr (eds.) Interactive Storytelling. ICIDS 2018. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 11318. Springer, Cham
  • Hintz, W. D., D. K. Jones, and R A. Relyea. 2018. Evolved salt tolerance in zooplankton: Life history trade-offs, cross tolerance, and mitigation of salt-induced trophic cascades. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B374:__-__. DOI:  10.1098/rstb.2018.0012
  • Schuler, M. S., M. Cañedo-Argüelles, W. D. Hintz, B. Dyack, S. Birk, and R. A. Relyea. 2018. Regulations are needed to protect freshwater ecosystems from salinization. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374:__-__. DOI:  10.1098/rstb.2018.0019
  • Coldsnow, K. D., and R. A. Relyea.  2018. Toxicity of various road-deicing salts to Asian clams (Corbicula fluminea). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 37:1839-1845.  DOI: 10.1002/etc.4126
  • Jones, D. K., W. D. Hintz, M. S. Schuler, E. K. Yates, B. M. Mattes, and R. A. Relyea. 2018. Inducible tolerance to agrochemicals was paved by evolutionary responses to predators. Environmental Science and Technology 51:13913-13919.  DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.7b03816
  • Jones, D. K., E. K. Yates, B. M. Mattes, W. D. Hintz, M. S. Schuler, and R. A. Relyea. 2018. Timing and frequency of sublethal exposure modifies the induction and retention of increased insecticide tolerance in wood frogs (Lithobates sylvaticus). Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology 37:2188-2197.  DOI:10.1002/etc.4177
  • Lind, L., M. S. Schuler, W. D. Hintz, A. B. Stoler, D. K. Jones, B. M. Mattes, and R. A. Relyea. 2018. Salty fertile lakes:  How salinization and eutrophication alter the structure of freshwater communities.  Ecosphere 9:e02383.  DOI:10.1002/ecs2.2383
  • Schuler, M. S., and R. A. Relyea. 2018. A review of the combined threats of road salts and heavy metals to freshwater systems. BioScience 68:327-335.  DOI:10.1093/biosci/biy018
  • Schuler, M. S., and R. A. Relyea. 2018. Road salt and organic additives affect mosquito growth and survival:  An emerging problem in wetlands. Oikos 127:866-874.  DOI:10.1111/oik.04837
  • Stoler, A. B., K. Sudol, J. Mruzek, and R. A. Relyea. 2018. Interactive effects of road salt and sediment disturbance on the productivity of seven common aquatic macrophytes. Freshwater Biology 63:709-720.  DOI: 10.1111/fwb.13110
  • Sutherland, J.W., S.A. Norton, J.W. Short, and C. Navitsky. 2018. Modeling salinization and recovery of road salt-impacted lakes in temperate regions based on long-term monitoring of Lake George, New York (USA) and its drainage basin. Sci. Total Environ. 637-638, 282-294. DOI:  10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.04.341

2017

  • “Advancing science and technology to monitor, model, and mitigate human impacts,” R. Relyea. Marist College
  • Arandia, E. F. O'Donncha, S. McKenna, S. Tirupathi, and E. Ragnoli. 2017. Surrogate Modeling and Risk-Based Analysis for Solute Transport Simulations. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment.  DOI:10.1007/s00477-018-1549-6
  • Coldsnow, K. D., B. M. Mattes, W. D. Hintz, and R. A Relyea. 2017. Rapid evolution of tolerance to road salt in zooplankton. Environmental Pollution 222:367-373.  DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2016.12.024
  • Coldsnow, K., D., R. A. Relyea, and J. M. Hurley. 2017. Evolution to environmental contamination ablates the circadian clock of an aquatic sentinel species. Ecology and Evolution 7:10339-10349.  DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3490
  • Hintz, W. D., B. M. Mattes, M. S. Schuler, D. K. Jones, A. B. Stoler, L. Lind, and R. A. Relyea. 2017. Salinization triggers a trophic cascade in experimental freshwater communities with varying food-chain length. Ecological Applications 27:833-844.  DOI: 10.1002/eap.1487
  • Hintz, W. D., and R. A. Relyea. 2017. A salty landscape of fear: Responses of fish and zooplankton to freshwater salinization and predatory stress.  Oecologia 185:147–156.  DOI: 10.1007/s00442-017-3925-1
  • Hintz, W. D., and R. A Relyea. 2017. Impacts of road deicing salts on the early-life growth and development of a stream salmonid: Salt type matters. Environmental Pollution 223:409-415.  DOI 10.1016/j.envpol.2017.01.040
  • Jones, D. K., B. M. Mattes, W. D. Hintz, M. S. Schuler, A. B. Stoler, L. Lind, R. O. Cooper, and R. A. Relyea. 2017. Investigation of road salts and biotic stressors on freshwater wetland communities. Environmental Pollution 221:159-167.  DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2016.11.060
  • Lambert, M. R., Stoler, A. B., Smylie, M. S., Relyea, R. A., Skelly, D. K. 2017. Interactive effects of road salt and leaf litter on wood frog sex ratios and sexual size dimorphism. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 74:141-146.  DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2016-0324
  • Schuler, M., W. D. Hintz, W., D. K. Jones, L. Lind, B. M. Mattes, A. B. Stoler, K. Sudol, and R. A. Relyea. 2017. How common road salts and organic additives alter freshwater food webs:  In search of safe alternatives. Journal of Applied Ecology 54:1353-1361.  DOI 10.1111/1365-2664.12877=
  • Stoler, A. B. , W. Hintz, D. K. Jones, L. Lind, M. S. Schuler, and R. A. Relyea. 2017. Leaf litter mediates the negative impact of road salt on forested wetland communities.  Freshwater Science 36:415-426.  DOI:10.1086/692139
  • Stoler, A. B., B. M. Mattes, W. D. Hintz, D. K. Jones, L. Lind, M. S. Schuler, and R. A. Relyea. 2017. Effects of a common insecticide on wetland communities with varying quality of leaf litter inputs. Environmental Pollution 226:452-462.  DOI:10.1016/j.envpol.2017.04.019
  • Stoler, A. B., B. M. Walker, W. D. Hintz, D. K. Jones, L. Lind, B. M. Mattes, M. S. Schuler, and R. A. Relyea. 2017. Combined effects of road salt and an insecticide on wetland communities. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 36:771-779.  DOI: 10.1002/etc.3639
  • Swinton, M.W., L.W. Eichler, S.A. Nierzwicki-Bauer, J. Farrell, J.W. Sutherland, M.R. Kelly and C.W. Boylen. 2017. Groundwater attenuation of summer stream temperatures favors deeper intrusion depths into Lake George, NY. Hydrology Research 48:177-190.  DOI: 10.2166/nh.2016.188
  • Jane, S.F. L.A. Winslow, C. Remancal, and K.C. Rose. 2017. Long-term trends and synchrony in dissolved organic matter characteristics in Wisconsin, USA lakes: Quality, not quantity, is highly sensitive to climate. JGR Biogeosciences. DOI: 10.1002/2016JG003630.
  • Leach, T.H., B.E. Beisner, C.C. Carey, P. Pernica, K.C. Rose, Y. Huot, J.A. Brentrup, I. Domaizon, H-P. Grossart, B.W. Ibelings, P.T. Kelly, S. Jacquet, J.A. Rusak, J.D. Stockwell, D. Straile, and P. Verburg. 2017. Patterns and drivers of deep chlorophyll maxima structure in 100 lakes: the relative importance of light and thermal stratification. Limnology and Oceanography. DOI: 10.1002/lno.10656.
  • Williamson, C.E., S. Madronich, A. Lal, R. Zepp, R. Lucas, E. Overholt, K.C. Rose, S.G. Schladow, and J. Lee-Taylor. 2017. Climate change is reducing the potential for solar ultraviolet radiation to inactivate waterborne pathogens. Scientific Reports 7:1-12.
  • Winslow, L.A., J.S. Read, G.J.A. Hansen, K.C. Rose, and D.M. Robertson. 2017. Seasonality of change: Summer warming rates do not fully represent effects of climate change on lake temperatures. Limnology and Oceanography 62: 2168-2178.

2016

  • Brentrup, J.A., C.E. Williamson, W. Eckert, E. de Eyto, H.-P. Grossart, Y. Huot, P. Isles, L.B. Knoll, T.H. Leach, D. d. Motta Marques, C.G. McBride, D. Pierson, F. Pomati, J.S. Read, K.C. Rose, P.A. Staehr, and L.A. Winslow. 2016. Beyond seasonal integrated models: The potential of high-frequency profiling to assess spatial and temporal patterns of phytoplankton biomass. Inland Waters 6: 565-580.
  • Michelena, T.M., J.L. Farrell, L.W. Eichler and C.W. Boylen. 2016. Distribution and cycling of chemical constituents in the pelagic zone of Lake George, NY: Two lakes instead of one. Northeastern Geoscience. 33: 25-33.
  • Rose, K.C., K.C. Weathers, A.L. Hetherington, and D.P. Hamilton. 2016. Insights from GLEON, the Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network. Inland Waters 6: 476-482.
  • Rose, K.C., Winslow, L.A., J.S. Read, and G.A. Hansen. 2016. Climate warming of lakes is either amplified or suppressed by trends in water clarity. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.
  • Staehr, P.A., L.S. Brighenti, M. Honti, J. Christensen, and K.C. Rose. 2016. Global patterns of light saturation and photo-inhibition of lake primary production. Inland Waters 6: 593-607.
  • Swinton M.K., L.W. Eichler, S.A. Nierzwicki-Bauer, J.L. Farrell, J.W. Sutherland, M.R. Kelly and C.W. Boylen. 2016. Groundwater attenuation of summer stream temperatures favors deeper intrusion depths into Lake George, NY. Hydrology Research. Nh2016188.
  • Woolway, R.I., I.D. Jones, S.C. Maberly, J.R. French, D.M. Livingstone, D.T. Monteith, G.L. Simpson, S.J. Thackeray, M.R. Andersen, R.W. Battarbee, C. DeGasperi, C.D. Evans, E. de Eyto, H. Feuchtmayr, G. Gal, D.P. Hamilton, M. Kernan, J.Krokowski, J.S. Read, A. Rimmer, K.C. Rose, J.A. Rusak, D.B. Ryves, D.R. Scott, E. Shilland, R.L. Smyth, P.A. Staehr, R. Thomas, S. Waldron, and G. Weyhenmeyer. 2016. Diel surface temperature range scales with lake size. PLOS One 11: 1-14.

2015

  • Dow, A. K., E. M. Dow, T. D. Fitzsimmons, and M. M. Materise. 2015. Harnessing the environmental data flood:  A comparative analysis of hydrologic, oceanographic, and meteorological informatics platforms. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. 96:725-736.  DOI:10.1175/BAMS-D-13-00178.1
  • Kinkead, L., P. Pinheiro, and D. L. McGuinness. Automating the Collection of Semantic Sensor Network Metadata in the Field with Mobile Applications. In proceedings of 1st International Workshop on Mobile Deployment of Semantic Technologies (MoDeST 2015), Bethlehem, PA, USA October 2015, pp. 32-43
  • Pinheiro, P., McGuinness, D.L., and Santos, H. 2015. Human-Aware Sensor Network Ontology: Semantic Support for Empirical Data Collection. In Proceedings of International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) 2015 (October 11-15 2015, Bethlehem, PA, US).
  • Read, J.S., K.C. Rose, E.L. Read, and L.A. Winslow. 2015. A method for estimating a bulk diffuse attenuation coefficient (Kd) from paired temperature sensors. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 13: 53-61.
  • Swinton, M.W., L.W. Eichler and C.W. Boylen. 2015. Road salt application differentially threatens water resources in Lake George, New York. Lake and Reservoir Management. 31:20-30.
  • Swinton, M.W., L.W. Eichler, J.L. Farrell and C.W. Boylen. 2015. Evidence for water temperature increase in Lake George, NY: Impact on growing season duration and degree days. Lake and Reservoir Management. 31: 241-253.

2014

  • McGuinness, D.L., Pinheiro, P., Patton, E.W., and Chastain, K. 2014. IN21B-3712 Semantic eScience for Ecosystem Understanding and Monitoring: The Jefferson Project Case Study. In Proceedings of AGU Fall Meeting 2014 (December 15-19 2014, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA, US).
  • Patton, E.W., Pinheiro, P., and McGuinness, D.L. 2014. IN22A-05 Semantically aided interpretation and querying of Jefferson Project data using the SemantEco framework. In Proceedings of AGU Fall Meeting 2014 (December 15-19 2014, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA, US).
  • Pinheiro, P. and McGuinness, D.L. 2014. Provenance-Enabled Integration of Sensor Network Data. In Proceedings of AGU Fall Meeting 2014 (December 15-19 2014, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA, US).

 

External Conference and Seminar Presentations 

2018

  • "The Application of an Internet of Things Cyber-Infrastructure for the Study of Ecology in Lake George, NY in the Jefferson Project," Eli Michael Dow, Anthony P. Praino, Michael R. Kelly. Vincent W. Moriarty, Guillaume Auger, Campbell D. Watson, and Lloyd A. Treinish, Fall AGU 2018, Washington, D.C.
  • "The impact of weather model resolution on a coupled model of lake circulation," Guillaume Auger, Campbell D. Watson, Eli M. Dow, Michael E. Henderson, Harry R. Kolar, and Lloyd A. Treinish, Fall AGU 2018, Washington, D.C.
  • “A Coupled Modelling and Observing System to Assess Water Quality in the Lake George, New York Watershed,” L. A. Treinish, C. D. Watson, G. Auger, E. M. Dow, M. E. Henderson, M. Tewari, A. P. Praino, M. R. Kelly, V. W. Moriarty. M. L. Passow, A. C. N. Junior, A. B. Buoro, and H. R. Kolar, Fall AGU 2018, Washington, D.C.
  • “Innovating Synergy: How Hybrid Nanocomposite Materials Create High-Performance Devices for Sensing Applications,” S. Sawyer. IEEE EDS Symposium, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • “Behavior of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 in a Sulfur and Zinc-Rich Medium and its Applications for Biosensing and Biomaterials”, D. Rees, Y. Gorby, S Sawyer. Oral Presentation, IEEE Nanotechnology Symposium, SUNY Polytechnic Institute
  • “Building a Lake-Scale Smart-Sensor Network for Intelligent Environmental Monitoring,” M. R. Kelly, E. M. Dow, V. W. Moriarty, and H. R. Kolar, NALMS, Cincinnati, OH
  • The Aquatic Messenger,” K. Ruiz. North Country Climate Reality Conference at Silver Bay, Lake George, N.Y.
  • M. Schuler. Wellesley Univ. research seminar
  • “Ecological effects of road salts:  Impacts from alternative salt products,” R. Relyea. FUND Salt Summit
  • “Advancing science and technology to monitor, model, and mitigate human impacts,” R. Relyea. Hudson River Watershed Alliance
  • “Increase in Lake Champlain Fish Mercury Linked to Extreme Disturbance Events,” M. Swinton. Atlantic Int’l Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Vergennes, VT
  • “Harmful Algal Blooms. Soil and Water Conservation Society,” J. Farrell. Empire State Chapter Meeting. Lake George, NY
  • Tristate Weather Conference at Western Connecticut State University, T. Praino.
  • "Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) in our freshwater sources," Farrell, J. Warren County EPR/LEPC
  • “Why resolution matters when using WRF to drive hydrology and hydrodynamic models,” Watson, C. D., G. Auger, J. P. Cipriani, E. M. Dow, M. E. Henderson, H. R. Kolar, M. Tewari, and L. A. Treinish, Joint WRF/MPAS Users’ Workshop, Boulder, CO, 2018.
  • "Asian Clams in Lake George: What We Now Know," Nierzwicki-Bauer, S., and J. Farrell. NYSFOLA 35th Annual Conference, Lake George, NY
  • "Mercury in the Lake George Food Web: The Good, The Bad and The Unknown," Swinton, M. NYSFOLA 35th Annual Conference, Lake George, NY
  • "The interplay between road salt, invasive species, and aquatic plants," K. D. Coldsnow, K.D. NYSFOLA 35th Annual Conference, Lake George, NY
  • "In search of safe alternatives: How common road salts and organic additives alter freshwater food webs," M. S. NYSFOLA 35th Annual Conference, Lake George, NY
  • "Losing our fresh water: the impacts of road salt salinization," W. D, Hintz. Union College, Schenectady, NY
  • "From food webs to fisheries: The threat of multiple stressors to freshwater resources," W. D. Hintz. University of Toledo, Ohio
  • "The Jefferson Project: An initiative to make lakes smarter," Kelly, M., M.S. Schuler, C. Watson. Union College. Schenectady, NY
  • "Toxicology through the lens of ecology and evolution:  Insights from aquatic ecosystems," R. Relyea. Texas Tech Univ.
  • Research seminar at Rowan Univ., A. Stoler
  • NYS DEC HABs Regional Summit in Syracuse; Relyea, Kolar, Siy, and Navitsky
  • NYS DEC HABs Regional Summit in Ticonderoga; Relyea, Kolar, Siy, and Navitsky
  • "Radical Preservation and Aquatic Survival: experiential transmission through art by becoming water, snorkeling with plankton, and traveling through deep time," K. Ruiz. AWMAT 2018 Alliance of Women in Media Arts and Technology, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
  • "TBD," L. Treinish, A. Praino. American Meteorological Society
  • “A coupled Internet of Things-based observational and modelling system for environmental monitoring and management: The Jefferson Project at Lake George,” H. R. Kolar, NSF Macrosystems Workshop, Alexandria, VA.
  • “Dinoflagellates in Lake George: From the Water Column to the Lakebed.” Krueger, A.M., McCarthy, F.M.G., Schuler, M.S., Pilkington, P.M., Kornecki, K.M., Garner, C.S., Vasseur, L., Relyea, R., Katz, M.E., and Eichler, L. Burlington, VT.
  • “Natural perturbation or anthropogenic impact? Non-pollen palynomorph assemblages as biomonitors in Lake George. Northeastern Section of the Geological Society of America.” Garner, C.S., McCarthy, F.M.G., Kornecki, K.M., Hemon, G., Krueger A.M., Schuler, M.S., Pilkington, P.M., Katz, M.E., Relyea, R.A., Schaller. Burlington, VT, 2018.
  • “Teasing out anthropogenic from natural perturbation on the Lake George ecosystem – evidence from non-pollen palynomorphs in “pollen slides”. Northeastern Section of the Geological Society of America.” McCarthy, F.M.G., Garner, C.S., Kornecki, K.M., Schuler, M.S, Pilkington, P.M., Krueger A.M., Katz, M.E., Relyea, R.A., Schaller, M.F., Stager, J.C., Boylen, C.W., Eichler, L., and Nierzwicki-Bauer, S.A. Burlington, VT.
  • “A dinoflagellate’s journey through the water column: A case study from Lake George," Krueger A.M., McCarthy, F.M.G., Schuler, M.S., Pilkington, P.M., Hemon, G., Vasseur, L., Relyea, R.A., Eichler, L. International Association for Great Lakes Research,Toronto, ON.
  • “Natural perturbation or anthropogenic impact? Understanding spatial variation of non-pollen palynomorph assemblages in modern sediments of Lake George, New York.” Garner, C.S., McCarthy, F.M.G., Kornecki, K.M., Hemon, G., Krueger A.M., Schuler, M., Pilkington, P.M., Katz, M.E., Relyea, R.A., Schaller, M.F., Stager, J.C., Boylen, C.W., Eichler, L., and Nierzwicki-Bauer, S.A. International Association for Great Lakes Research. Toronto, ON.
  • “How common road salts and organic additives alter freshwater food webs,” Schuler, M. S., W. D. Hintz, D. K. Jones, L. Lind, B. M. Mattes, A. B. Stoler, K. Sudol, and R. A. Relyea. New York State Federation of Lake Associations, Lake George, NY.

2017

  • “Assessing factors structuring zooplankton DVM behavior In Lake George NY by integrating high-frequency monitoring, acoustics, and traditional sampling techniques,' A. Pezzouli et al. Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network Meeting, New Paltz, NY.
  • “Long-term monitoring and assessment of Lake George,' WL. Eichler et al. Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network Meeting, New Paltz, NY.
  • “The impacts of road salt salinization on freshwater lake food webs,' W. Hintz et al. Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network Meeting, New Paltz, NY.
  • "TBD" A. Stoler. Society of Freshwater Science
  • "Next Generation Analytical Platforms for Environmental Sensing:  Sensing our Environment, " H. Kolar. From Innovative Materials to Autonomous Sensors and Earth Observation
  • "World of Plankton," K. Ruiz.  Martin Luther King Center with the Fundación Antonio Núñez Jiménez for Culture and the Environment; Havana, Cuba
  • “Estimation of material exchange in Lake George, NY, with a particle tracking method.,” Guillaume Auger, Eli M Dow, John Ma, Mike Henderson, Campbell D. Watson, Harry R. Kolar, and Lloyd A. Treinish, Global Lake Ecological Network Annual Meeting, Lake Mohonk, NY, November 2017.
  • “Building a high-frequency, integrated, and autonomous observational sensor network for watershed-scale research and environmental model development ,” M. R. Kelly, E. M. Dow, J. Ma, V. W. Moriarty, M. L. Passow, M. E. Henderson, and H. R. Kolar, Global Lake Ecological Network Annual Meeting, Lake Mohonk, NY, November 2017.
  • “Using real-time, high frequency monitoring to study regional heterogeneity in an oligotrophic lake,” M. R. Kelly and H. R. Kolar, North American Lake Management Society International Symposium, Westminster, CO, November 2017.
  • “High spatiotemporal resolution observational and modelling systems for environmental monitoring and management,” H. R. Kolar, Ocean & Earth: Big Data Congress, November, 2017, Halifax, Canada.
  • “Trajectories of Salinization and Recovery from Road Salting for Soils and Streams Tributary to Lake George.” J. W. Sutherland. Fund for Lake George 3rd Annual Salt Summit, Ticonderoga, New York, October 2017.
  • “The value of very high resolution weather forecasts? Experiences from The Jefferson Project at Lake George,” C. D. Watson, J.P. Cipriani, M. Tewari, A.P. Praino, L. A. Treinish, M. E. Henderson, and Harry R. Kolar, Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society, Seattle., WA, January 2017.
  • “A coupled Internet of Things-based observational and modelling system for environmental monitoring and management:  The Jefferson Project at Lake George,” H. R. Kolar, Next Generation Analytical Platforms for Environmental Sensing, Dublin, Ireland, March 27-28, 2017.
  • “Surrogate Modeling and Risk-Based Analysis for Solute Transport Simulations,”  E. Arandia, F. O'Donncha, S. McKenna, S. Tirupathi , and E. Ragnoli, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, submitted.
  • “Application of Teledyne / RD Instruments Workhorse ADCPs to characterize surface seiche induced basin exchange,"  M. R. Kelly, M. E. Henderson, and H. R. Kolar, Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop, San Diego, California, October, 2017.
  • “Microfossils in Lake George, NY sediments: Calibrating paleo-biomonitors with modern measurements.” Kornecki, K.M., Katz, M.E., Garner, C.S., McCarthy, F.M.G., Gillikin, D.P., Schaller, M.F., and Stager, J.C. NAMS/SEPM Geologic Problem Solving with Microfossils 4 Conference, Houston, TX, April 5-9, 2017.
  • “Long-term Monitoring and Assessment of Lake George, NY,” Lawrence W. Eichler, C.W. Boylen, W. Hintz, M. Shuler, A. Stoler, V. Moriarty, R. Relyea and S.A. Nierzwicki-Bauer, Global Lake Ecological Network Annual Meeting, Lake Mohonk, NY, November 2017.
  • "Evolved tolerance to road salt disrupts the circadian rhythm of Daphnia pulex,” K. Coldsnow, B. Mattes, W. Hintz, J. Hurley, and R. Relyea. Ecological Society of America 102nd Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon
  • “Food-chain length mediates the impacts of salinization on freshwater communities” W. Hintz, B. Mattes, M. Schuler, D. Jones, A. Stoler, and R. Relyea. Ecological Society of America 102nd Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon
  • “Predator-induced defenses: an evolutionary origin of modern-day, pesticide-induced tolerance.” Devin K. Jones, Brian M. Mattes, Erika K. Yates, William D. Hintz, Matthew S. Schuler, Rick A. Relyea. Ecological Society of America 102nd Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon.
  • “In search of safe alternatives: How common road salts and organic additives alter freshwater food webs.”  Schuler, M. S., W. D. Hintz, D. K. Jones, L. Lind, B. M. Mattes, A. B. Stoler, K. Sudol, and R. A. Relyea. Ecological Society of America. Portland, OR.
  • “Modeling niches and food webs using machine learning,” Schuler, M.S., W. D. Hintz, E. Dow, M. Klawonn, R. A. Relyea. Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network, New Paltz, NY.
  • “Calibrating Paleo-biomonitors in Lake George, NY sediments with modern geochemical and limnological measurements.” Kornecki, K.M., Schuler, M., Katz, M.E., Relyea, R., McCarthy, F.M.G., Schaller, M.F., Gillikin, D.P., Stager, J.C., Boylen, C., Eichler, L., and Nierzwicki-Bauer, S., 2017. Geological Society of America National Conference, Seattle, WA.

2016

  • "Toxicology through the lens of ecology and evolution:  Insights from aquatic ecosystems,” R. A. Relyea. Oregon State University 
  • "The Jefferson Project," M. Schuler. Siena College
  • "The Jefferson Project and freshwater salinization," A. Stoler, and W. Hintz. Cary Institute 
  • "World of Plankton," K. Ruiz.  Installation was featured at the  Revolutionary Learning 2016 Conference, Grand Ballroom, Roosevelt Hotel, New York City
  • "World of Plankton," K. Ruiz.  ACM SIGGRAPH conference, Anaheim, CA
  • "World of Plankton," K. Ruiz.  Shelia C. Johnson Design Center, Parsons School of Design (NYC) at the Games for Change and New York Council for the Arts Match-Up
  • “Long-term trends in dissolved organic carbon characteristics in Wisconsin, USA lakes," Jane et al. ASLO presentation, Santa Fe, NM
  • “Precipitation modulates the land use cover and spatial ranges regulating variability in lake water clarity,' Rose et al. ASLO presentation, Santa Fe, NM
  • “Long-term trends in dissolved organic carbon characteristics in Wisconsin, USA lakes," Jane et al. GLEON presentation, Lunz, Austria
  • "How to identify and survey aquatic plants," Eichler et al. Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program.
  • “Toxicology through the lens of ecology and evolution:  Insights from aquatic ecosystems,” R. A. Relyea. Cary Institute
  • “Toxicology through the lens of ecology and evolution:  Insights from aquatic ecosystems,” R. A. Relyea. Oklahoma State University
  • "The Jefferson Project," M. Kelly, J. Farrell, and M. Schuler. Union College
  • “Toxicology through the lens of ecology and evolution:  Insights from aquatic ecosystems,” R. A. Relyea. Stony Brook University
  • “Dissolved Organic Matter:  Effects on lake structure and processes,” K. Rose. U.S. Geological Survey, Troy, NY
  • Causes and effects of changes in lake water clarity,” k. Rose. Adirondack Research Forum, Old Forge, NY
  • "World of Plankton," K. Ruiz. International Game Developers Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • "The State & Fate of Lake George: Studies Utilizing Innovations in Science, Technology & Engineering," S. Nierzwicki-Bauer. Greater Capital Region Science & Engineering Fair.
  • "Identifying the effects of eutrophication and disturbance in Nitella sp. and macrophyte communities in Lake George," Farrell, J., Caldwell, C., Winkler, D., Eichler, L., Boylen, C., Nierzwicki-Bauer, S. Northeast Aquatic Plant Management Society.
  • “Non-pollen palynomorphs as biomonitors of anthropogenic impact on Lake George, NY.” McCarthy, F.M.G., Kornecki, K.M., Garner, C.S., and M.E. Katz, 2016. 59th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research, University of Guelph, Ontario, June 6-10, 2016.
  • “Testate Amoebae and Other Microfossils of Lake George, NY: Understanding the Modern Analog.” Kornecki, K.M., Katz, M.E., Schaller, M., McCarthy, F.M.G, and Stager, J.C. Northeast GSA Meeting in Albany, New York, March 23, 2016.
  • “Using Microfossils to Reconstruct Water Quality in Lake George, NY.” Kornecki, K.M., Katz, M.E., Schaller, M., McCarthy, F.M.G, and Stager, J.C. Hudson Mohawk Professional Geologist Association Annual Student Poster Expo, April 20, 2016.
  • “It’s not our fault: Evidence of eutrophication from sediment stable isotopes of Lake George, NY.” Kornecki, K.M., Katz, M.E., Relyea, R., Gillikin, D.P., Schaller, M.F., McCarthy, F.M.G., Stager, J.C. and Wills, C. Geological Society of America National Meeting, Denver, CO, September 25-28, 2016.
  • "Integrated Physical Modelling of the Lake George, NY Watershed,” L. Treinish, C. D. Watson, J. Cipriani, A. Praino, H. R. Kolar, F. Liu, E. Ragnoli, F. O'Donncha, and L. C. V. Real, 20th Conference on Integrated Observing and Assimilation Systems for the Atmosphere, Oceans, and Land Surface (IOAS-AOLS), Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society, New Orleans, LA, January 2016.  
  • “An Integrated Modeling, Observing and Visualization System for the Study of the Ecology of Lake George in the Jefferson Project,” A. P. Praino, E. Dow, H. R. Kolar, L. Treinish, J. Cipriani, M. Henderson, M. R. Kelly, R. Kubich, F. Liu, F. O'Donncha, M. Passow, E. Ragnoli, L. Villa Real, and C. Watson, 20th Conference on Integrated Observing and Assimilation Systems for the Atmosphere, Oceans, and Land Surface (IOAS-AOLS), Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society, New Orleans, LA, January 2016.  
  • “The Jefferson Project at Lake George:  The application of an intelligent Internet of Things-based coupled observatory and environmental modeling system.” H. R. Kolar and R. A. Relyea, International Water Association Regional Conference on Diffuse Pollution and Catchment Management, Dublin, Ireland, October 23-26, 2016.
  • “Applying Local Analytics and Machine Learning Techniques to Co-Located Vertical and Acoustic Profiler Sensor Platforms in an Oligotrophic Lake,” M. R Kelly, North American Lake Management Society: Science to Stewardship: Balancing Economic Growth and Lake Sustainability, Banff, Alberta, November 1-4, 2016.
  • 2015
  • "Human-Aware Sensor Network Ontology: Semantic Support for Empirical Data Collection," Pinheiro, P., McGuinness, D.L., and Santos, H. In Proceedings of 5th Workshop on Linked Science 2015— Best Practices and the Road Ahead (LISC2015), Bethlehem, PA, USA.
  • "The Jefferson Project at Lake George," R. A. Relyea, Rensselaer Newman Center Town & Gown Meeting.
  • "The Jefferson Project:  A progress report," R. A. Relyea, FUND for Lake George Annual Meeting.
  • "The Jefferson Project at Lake George," R. A. Relyea, Snyder Lake Association.
  • "The Jefferson Project at Lake George:  Taking an unprecedented technological approach to understanding an ecosystem," R. A. Relyea, SUNY Albany.
  • "The Jefferson Project at Lake George:  Advancing our ecosystem knowledge of an oligotrophic lake through a coupled observatory and environmental modeling system," H. R. Kolar and R. A. Relyea, Third International Water Association Symposium on Lake and Reservoir Management, Pembroke, Virginia (2015).
  • “An integrated modeling and observing system for the study of ecology of Lake George in The Jefferson Project,” A. P. Praino, L. A. Treinish, H. R. Kolar, J. Cipriani, E. M. Dow, M. R. Kelly, F. Liu, F. O’Donncha, E. Ragnoli, M. L. Passow, and L. Villa Real, American Meteorological Society 95th Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona.
  • "Modelling circulation of Cl in the Jefferson Project with hydrodynamic and water quality models," E. Ragnoli, N. O Brien, F. O'Donncha, J. W. Short, and H. R. Kolar, Third International Water Association Symposium on Lake and Reservoir Management, Pembroke, Virginia.
  • "The Jefferson Project at Lake George: Operational Very-Large-Eddy simulations of a watershed," C. D. Watson, J. Cipriani, A. P. Praino, L. A. Treinish, J. L. Farrell, and H. R. Kolar, American Meteorological Society Meeting on Mesoscale Processes.
  • "The Jefferson Project at Lake George: Large-Eddy simulations of a watershed," C. D. Watson, J. Cipriani, A. P. Praino, L. A. Treinish, M. Tewari, and H. R. Kolar, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
  • "Introducing MERGANSER: A Flexible Framework for Ecological Niche Modeling," E. M. Dow, M. Klawonn. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
  • "Automating the Collection of Semantic Sensor Network Metadata in the Field with Mobile Applications," Kinkead, L., Pinheiro, P., and McGuinness, D. L. In Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Mobile Deployment of Semantic Technologies (MoDeST 2015) Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA. CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1506,CEUR-WS.org, 32-43
  • "Contextual Data Collection for Smart Cities, In Proceedings of The 6th Workshop on Semantics for Smarter Cities," H. Santos, V. Furtado, P. Pinheiro, D. L. and McGuinness. (S4SC 2015), Bethlehem, PA, USA, 2015
  • "Towards Defining the Relationship between Chaetogaster limnaei and Corbicula fluminea," J. Farrell, A. Fiest, A. Pezzouli, R. Loeffel, D. Winkler, S. Resler, and S. Nierzwicki-Bauer. NALMS Annual Mtg
  • "Examination of the Zooplankton Community of Lake George (N.Y.) with Regards to Basin Differences," A. Pezzouli, J. Farrell, L. Eichler, C. Boylen, and S. Nierzwicki-Bauer.  NALMS Annual Mtg
  • "A Preliminary Investigation of Lake George (N.Y.) Mercury," M.W. Swinton, R. Bopp, J. Farrell, B. D. D'Arco, J. Meyers, and S. Nierzwicki-Bauer. NALMS Annual Mtg.
  • Presentation to the Lake George Association, K. Rose.
  • Presentation to NY State DEP scientists in Albany, K. Rose.
  • “Groundwater attenuates summer stream temperatures favoring deeper intrusion depths into Lake George, NY,” M. W. Swinton, L. W. Eichler, S. A. Nierzwicki-Bauer, J. L. Farrell, J. W. Sutherland, M. R. Kelly, and C. W. Boylen, Hydrology Research.
  • "The Jefferson Project at Lake George: Winter Under-ice and Through-ice ADCP Applications and Findings," M. R. Kelly, J. D. Wood, J. L. Farrell, D. Moss, and H. R. Kolar, Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop, San Diego, California.
  • “Here today, gone tomorrow: Induction and retention of pesticide tolerance in amphibians.” Devin K. Jones, Rick A. Relyea. Ecological Society of America 100th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland. 
  • “Multi-proxy Reconstruction of Anthropogenic Impact in Lake George, NY.” Kornecki, K.M., Katz M.E., McCarthy, F.M.G., Schaller, M., and Stager, J.C. International Association of Great Lakes Research Conference, Burlington, VT.
  • “Using Microfossils to Reconstruct Water Quality in Lake George, NY.” Kornecki, K.M., Katz, M.E., Schaller, M., McCarthy, F.M.G, and Stager, J.C. 2015 GSA Annual Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland.
  • "Thermoclinic assessment of a preliminary circulation model for Lake George in the Jefferson Project,” E. Ragnoli, F. O’Donncha, J. W. Short, I. A. Hannoun, S. A., Nierzwicki-Bauer, L. A. Treinish, A. P. Praino, C. W. Boylen, L. W. Eichler, and H. R. Kolar, 11th International Conference on Hydroinformatics.