• MacDonald LA, Farquharson N, Merritt G, Fooks S, Medeiros AS, Hall RI, Wolfe BB, Macrae ML, and Sweetman J. 2015. Limnological regime shifts caused by climate warming and Lesser Snow Goose population expansion in the western Hudson Bay Lowlands (Manitoba, Canada). Ecology and Evolution 5(4):921-939. Read More
  • Medeiros AS, Taylor DJ, Couse M, Quinlan R, Hall RI, and Wolfe BB. 2014. Biologic and nutrient responses to catchment disturbance and warming in small lakes near the Alaskan tundra-taiga boundary. The Holocene, 24(10):1308-1319. Read More
  • Bouchard F, Turner KW, MacDonald LA, Deakin C, White H, Farquharson N, Medeiros AS, Wolfe BB, Hall RI, Pienitz R, and Edwards TWD. 2013. Vulnerability of shallow subarctic lakes to evaporate and desiccate when snowmelt runoff is low. Geophysical Research Letters, 40(23):6112-6117. Read More
  • Medeiros, A.S., Biastoch, R.G., Luszczek, C.E., Wang, X.A., Muir, D.G.C. & Quinlan, R. 2012. Patterns in the limnology of lakes and ponds across multiple local and regional environmental gradients in the eastern Canadian Arctic. Inland Waters, 2(1):59-76. Read More
  • Medeiros, A.S., Friel, C.E., Finkelstein, S. & Quinlan, R. 2012. A high resolution multi-proxy record of pronounced 20th century environmental change at Baker Lake, Nunavut. Journal of Paleolimnology. 47(4):661-676. Read More
  • Medeiros, A.S. & Quinlan, R. 2011. The distribution of the Chironomidae (Insecta: Diptera) along multiple environmental gradients in lakes and ponds of the eastern Canadian Arctic. Can J Fish Aquat Sci, 68(9):1511-1527. Read More
  • Medeiros, A.S., Luszczek, CE., Shirley, J. & Quinlan, R. 2011. Benthic biomonitoring in Arctic tundra streams; a community based approach. Arctic, 64(1):59-72. Read More
  • Medeiros, A.S., Shirley, J., & Quinlan, R. 2008. Impacts to the invertebrate community structure of aquatic systems in Nunavut: Stream benthos project. Newsletter of the Biological Survey of Canada, 27(1): 24-27. Read More
  • Medeiros, A.S. 2006. Invertebrate Community Structure in Lakes of the Central Canadian Arctic. Newsletter of the Biological Survey of Canada, 25(2): 61-63. Read More
(Updated 02/16/15)



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