Journal of Great Lakes Research

Papers
(The median citation count of Journal of Great Lakes Research is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: Rapid degradation of the world’s large lakes125
Thirty-five years of restoring Great Lakes Areas of Concern: Gradual progress, hopeful future63
Microplastic and other anthropogenic microparticles in water and sediments of Lake Simcoe45
The taxonomic diversity of the cichlid fish fauna of ancient Lake Tanganyika, East Africa41
Management of anadromous lampreys: Common threats, different approaches39
The relationship between thermal physiology and lampricide sensitivity in larval sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus)38
Consequences of calamities and their management: The case of COVID-19 pandemic and flooding on inland capture fisheries in Kenya36
High levels of pelagic plastic pollution within the surface waters of Lakes Erie and Ontario36
Persistent organic pollutants, metals, and the bacterial community composition associated with microplastics in Muskegon Lake (MI)29
Lamprey fisheries: History, trends and management28
Quantifying Great Lakes sea lamprey populations using an index of adults27
A renewed philosophy about supplemental sea lamprey controls27
A systematic review of the literature on plastic pollution in the Laurentian Great Lakes and its effects on freshwater biota26
Climate change projections of temperature and precipitation for the great lakes basin using the PRECIS regional climate model25
Widespread prevalence of hypoxia and the classification of hypoxic conditions in the Laurentian Great Lakes25
Emerging conservation initiatives for lampreys: Research challenges and opportunities25
Seasonal habitat-use differences among Lake Erie’s walleye stocks24
At-sea feeding ecology of parasitic lampreys24
Using decision analysis to collaboratively respond to invasive species threats: A case study of Lake Erie grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella)24
Tributary use and large-scale movements of grass carp in Lake Erie23
Redox-related release of phosphorus from sediments in large and shallow Lake Peipsi: Evidence from sediment studies and long-term monitoring data23
Progress towards integrating an understanding of chemical ecology into sea lamprey control22
Passage and freshwater habitat requirements of anadromous lampreys: Considerations for conservation and control21
Occurrence of residues of veterinary antibiotics in water, sediment and trout tissue (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in the southern area of Lake Titicaca, Peru21
Seasonal patterns for Secchi depth, chlorophyll a, total phosphorus, and nutrient limitation differ between nearshore and offshore in Lake Michigan21
Evaluation of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) in drinking water originating from Lake Erie20
Status of the major aquaculture carps of China in the Laurentian Great Lakes Basin20
Advances in the use of lampricides to control sea lampreys in the Laurentian Great Lakes, 2000–201920
Wetland vegetation response to record-high Lake Ontario water levels20
Community dynamics and function of algae and bacteria during winter in central European great lakes20
Dreissena in Lake Ontario 30 years post-invasion20
Identification and quantification of microcystins in western Lake Erie during 2016 and 2017 harmful algal blooms20
Three dimensional modelling to assess contributions of major tributaries to fecal microbial pollution of lake St. Clair and Sandpoint Beach18
Evaluating sediments as an ecosystem service in western Lake Erie via quantification of nutrient cycling pathways and selected gene abundances18
Evolution of the sea lamprey control barrier program: The importance of lowermost barriers18
Then and now: Revisiting nutrient export in agricultural watersheds within southern Ontario’s lower Great Lakes basin18
Diet complexity of Lake Michigan salmonines: 2015–201618
Where you trap matters: Implications for integrated sea lamprey management18
Lake Erie phosphorus targets: An imperative for active adaptive management17
Evidence of host switching: Sea lampreys disproportionately attack Chinook salmon when lake trout abundance is low in Lake Ontario17
Lake Urmia restoration success story: A natural trend or a planned remedy?17
Controls on the geomorphic response of beach-dune systems to water level rise17
A matrix population model to aid agency response to grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) in the Great Lakes Basin - Lake Erie17
Identifying sources and year classes contributing to invasive grass carp in the Laurentian Great Lakes17
Setting and tracking suppression targets for sea lampreys in the Great Lakes16
Large lakes in climate models: A Great Lakes case study on the usability of CMIP516
Farmers’ preferences towards water hyacinth control: A contingent valuation study16
Lipid levels and diet compositions in lake charr ecotypes at Isle Royale in northern Lake Superior16
Groundwater as a source and pathway for road salt contamination of surface water in the Lake Ontario Basin: A review16
Application of dynamic contributing area for modelling the hydrologic response of the Assiniboine River Basin to a changing climate16
Failure to diverge in African Great Lakes: The case of Dolicirroplectanum lacustre gen. nov. comb. nov. (Monogenea, Diplectanidae) infecting latid hosts16
Targeted lampricide treatment strategies for sea lamprey suppression in the Great Lakes: 2008–201816
Shifting baselines and social license to operate: Challenges in communicating sea lamprey control15
Changes in native lamprey populations in the Great Lakes since the onset of sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) control15
Lamprey aquaculture successes and failures: A path to production for control and conservation15
Need for harmonized long-term multi-lake monitoring of African Great Lakes15
Ecological assessment of the Selenga River basin, the main tributary of Lake Baikal, using aquatic macroinvertebrate communities as bioindicators15
Advances in fish passage in the Great Lakes basin15
Desiccation of the Transboundary Hamun Lakes between Iran and Afghanistan in Response to Hydro-climatic Droughts and Anthropogenic Activities15
Persistent contaminants of emerging concern in a great lakes urban-dominant watershed15
Impacts of a changing climate on native lamprey species: From physiology to ecosystem services15
3D-modelling of Lake Kivu: Horizontal and vertical flow and temperature structure under spatially variable atmospheric forcing15
A review of osmoregulation in lamprey15
Why a Great Lakes Fishery Commission? The seven-decade pursuit of a Canada-U.S. fishery treaty15
Managing native and non-native sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) through anthropogenic change: A prospective assessment of key threats and uncertainties15
What is the extent of water brownification in Lake Onego, Russia?15
Three-dimensional modeling of sediment resuspension in a large shallow lake14
Responses to local and global stressors in the large southern perialpine lakes: Present status and challenges for research and management14
Bioaccumulation of perfluoroalkyl substances in a Lake Ontario food web14
A case study of sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) control and ecology in a microcosm of the Great Lakes14
Seasonal use of two unregulated Lake Superior tributaries by lake sturgeon14
An adaptive management approach for implementing multi-jurisdictional response to grass carp in Lake Erie14
Three-dimensional bluff evolution in response to seasonal fluctuations in Great Lakes water levels14
Prioritizing lampricide treatments in Great Lakes tributaries and lentic areas during 2000–201714
Environmental exposure of freshwater mussels to contaminants of emerging concern: Implications for species conservation14
Otolith microchemistry shows natal philopatry of walleye in western Lake Erie14
Lake Balkhash (Kazakhstan): Recent human impact and natural variability in the last 2900 years14
Fish living near two wastewater treatment plants have unaltered thermal tolerance but show changes in organ and tissue traits14
Rapid water level rise drives unprecedented coastal habitat loss along the Great Lakes of North America14
Methane and nitrous oxide measured throughout Lake Erie over all seasons indicate highest emissions from the eutrophic Western Basin14
Considering aquatic connectivity trade-offs in Great Lakes barrier removal decisions13
Comparative analysis of free-living and particle-associated bacterial communities of Lake Baikal during the ice-covered period13
Fractioning of petroleum hydrocarbons from seeped oil as a factor of purity preservation of water in Lake Baikal (Russia)13
Applying functional genomics to the study of lamprey development and sea lamprey population control13
Estimates of the remineralization and burial of organic carbon in Lake Baikal sediments13
Long-term trends of Lake Michigan benthos with emphasis on the southern basin13
Impacts of climate change on groundwater in the Great Lakes Basin: A review13
Mineralogical and geochemical composition of Late Holocene bottom sediments of Lake Onego13
Population structure in anadromous lampreys: Patterns and processes13
Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere-water system and biogenic elements in the littoral zone of Lake Baikal during period 2004–201813
Microbial source tracking to identify fecal sources contaminating the Toronto Harbour and Don River watershed in wet and dry weather13
Current state of phytoplankton in the littoral area of Lake Baikal, spring 201713
Understanding sea lamprey abundances in the Great Lakes prior to broad implementation of sea lamprey control13
Piscivory in recovering Lake Michigan cisco (Coregonus artedi): The role of invasive species13
Phosphorus retention and transformation in a dammed reservoir of the Thames River, Ontario: Impacts on phosphorus load and speciation12
Synergizing basic and applied scientific approaches to help understand lamprey biology and support management actions12
Chloride trends in Ontario’s surface and groundwaters12
Variations in water level, area and volume of Hongze Lake, China from 2003 to 201812
Assessment of nitrogen fixation rates in the Laurentian Great Lakes12
The distribution, density, and biomass of the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) on natural substrates in Lake Winnipeg 2017–201912
First data on cyanobacterial biodiversity in benthic biofilms during mass mortality of endemic sponges in Lake Baikal12
Influence of water motion on the spatial distribution of Spirogyra in Lake Baikal12
Seasonality and physical drivers of deep chlorophyll layers in Lake Superior, with implications for a rapidly warming lake12
Characterizing spatial and temporal distributions of turbulent mixing and dissipation in Lake Erie12
Trends in herring gull egg quality over four decades reflect ecosystem state12
Estimating age and growth of invasive sea lamprey: A review of approaches and investigation of a new method12
Retrieval of ice/water observations from synthetic aperture radar imagery for use in lake ice data assimilation11
Heterogeneity in zooplankton distributions and vertical migrations: Application of a laser optical plankton counter in offshore Lake Michigan11
Incorporation of non-native species in the diets of cisco (Coregonus artedi) from eastern Lake Ontario11
Mixing of Rhône River water in Lake Geneva: Seasonal tracing using stable isotope composition of water11
Diversity and ecology of phytoplankton in Lake Edward (East Africa): Present status and long-term changes11
Influence of lake levels on water extent, interspersion, and marsh birds in Great Lakes coastal wetlands11
A review of sea lamprey control in Lake Erie, 2000–201911
The effects of aquatic invasive species on recreational fishing participation and value in the Great Lakes: Possible future scenarios11
Interspecific differences in omega-3 PUFA and contaminants explain the most variance in suggested Great Lakes’ fish consumption when risks/benefits are considered together11
Monthly suspended-sediment apportionment for a western Lake Erie agricultural tributary11
Interannual variability of water quality conditions in the Nyanza Gulf of Lake Victoria, Kenya11
Distribution, abundance and spatial variability of microplastic pollution on the surface of Lake Superior11
Contemporary spatial extent and environmental drivers of larval coregonine distributions across Lake Ontario11
Submerged aquatic vegetation cover and complexity drive crustacean zooplankton community structure in a large fluvial lake: An in situ approach11
Telemetry evaluation of carbon dioxide as a behavioral deterrent for invasive carps11
Validation of the model-predicted spawning area of grass carp Ctenopharyngodon idella in the Sandusky River11
Genetic control of invasive sea lamprey in the Great Lakes11
Differentiation between lake whitefish and cisco eggs based on diameter10
First data on lipids and microorganisms of deepwater endemic sponge Baikalospongia intermedia and sediments from hydrothermal discharge area of the Frolikha Bay (North Baikal, Siberia)10
Psychrotrophic violacein-producing bacteria isolated from Lake Winnipeg, Canada10
Evidence of spawning by lake trout Salvelinus namaycush on substrates at the base of large boulders in northern Lake Huron10
Ecosystem modelling of data-limited fisheries: How reliable are Ecopath with Ecosim models without historical time series fitting?10
Using simulation to understand annual sea lamprey marking rates on lake trout10
Before the first meal: The elusive pre-feeding juvenile stage of the sea lamprey10
Spatial ecology of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) in Lake Winnipeg and its potential for management actions10
Trends and biological effects of environmental contaminants in lamprey10
Biological consequences of agricultural and urban land-use along the Maumee River, a major tributary to the Laurentian Great Lakes watershed10
Snowpack response in the Assiniboine-Red River basin associated with projected global warming of 1.0 °C to 3.0 °C10
Molecular sexing of lake sturgeon10
How long-term water level changes influence the spatial distribution of fish and other functional groups in a large shallow lake10
An adaptive management implementation framework for evaluating supplemental sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) controls in the Laurentian Great Lakes10
Advancing Africa’s Great Lakes research and academic potential: Answering the call for harmonized, long-term, collaborative networks and partnerships10
A seasonal electric barrier blocks invasive adult sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) and reduces production of larvae10
Implications of the sea lamprey control program for lake sturgeon conservation and rehabilitation efforts10
Groundwater-surface water interactions and agricultural nutrient transport in a Great Lakes clay plain system10
What can commercial fishery data in the Great Lakes reveal about juvenile sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) ecology and management?10
Lampricide bioavailability and toxicity to invasive sea lamprey and non-target fishes: The importance of alkalinity, pH, and the gill microenvironment9
Evaluating diffuse and point source phosphorus inputs to streams in a cold climate region using a load apportionment model9
Six decades of Lake Ontario ecological history according to benthos9
Episodic nearshore-offshore exchanges of hypoxic waters along the north shore of Lake Erie9
Having the balls to colonize – The Ephydatia fluviatilis group and the origin of (ancient) lake “endemic” sponge lineages9
Dolichospermum blooms in Lake Superior: DNA-based approach provides insight to the past, present and future of blooms9
Timescales of transport through Lower Green Bay9
Planktonic response to light as a pollution indicator9
Is fish biomass controlled by abiotic or biotic factors? Results of long-term monitoring in a large eutrophic lake9
Trophic structure and mercury transfer in the subarctic fish community of Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada9
Microplastic pollutants in the coastal dunes of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario9
A study of the gas seep Istok in the Selenga shoal using active acoustic, passive acoustic and optical methods9
Diets of the benthic amphipod Diporeia in southern Lake Michigan before and after the dreissenid invasion9
Spatial and temporal variability in lake trout diets in Lake Ontario as revealed by stomach contents and stable isotopes9
Does Lake Erie still have sufficient oxythermal habitat for cisco Coregonus artedi?9
Developing habitat associations for fishes in Lake Winnipeg by linking large scale bathymetric and substrate data with fish telemetry detections9
Recolonization of lake whitefish river spawning ecotypes and estimates of riverine larval production in Green Bay, Lake Michigan9
The evolution of sea lamprey control in the St. Marys River: 1997–20198
Improved thermal structure simulation and optimized sampling strategy for Lake Erie using a data assimilative model8
The lobed-lipped species of Haplochromis (Teleostei, Cichlidae) from Lake Edward, two instead of one8
High nutrient loading and climatic parameters influence the dominance and dissimilarity of toxigenic cyanobacteria in northern bays of Lake Victoria8
Evaluating the spatial distribution and source of phthalate esters in the surface water of Xingkai Lake, China during summer8
Lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) annual adult survival estimated from acoustic telemetry8
DNA metabarcoding of the phytoplankton of Great Salt Lake’s Gilbert Bay: Spatiotemporal assemblage changes and comparisons to microscopy8
Association of aerobic anoxygenic phototrophs and zebra mussels, Dreissena polymorpha, within the littoral zone of Lake Winnipeg8
Mitigating lake eutrophication through stakeholder-driven hydrologic modeling of agricultural conservation practices: A case study of Lake Macatawa, Michigan8
Temporal variations in the pelagic fish community of Lake Winnipeg from 2002 to 20198
Delineating spatial distribution and thickness of unconsolidated sand along the southwest Lake Michigan shoreline using TEM and ERT geophysical methods8
Depth drives growth dynamics of dreissenid mussels in Lake Ontario8
Assessing trophic position quantification methods for three piscivorous freshwater fish using stable isotopes and stomach contents8
You can’t just use gold: Elevated turbidity alters successful lure color for recreational Walleye fishing8
Eradication of sea lampreys from the Laurentian Great Lakes is possible8
Hydrogeological controls on heterogeneous groundwater discharge to a large glacial lake8
Larval Coregonus spp. diets and zooplankton community patterns in the Apostle Islands, Lake Superior8
Spatial and temporal variations of dissolved CO2, CH4 and N2O in Lakes Edward and George (East Africa)8
Concentrations and loads of nutrients and major ions in the Niagara River, 1975–20188
Results of the collaborative Lake Ontario bloater restoration stocking and assessment, 2012–20208
Diet, trophic position of upper St. Lawrence River round goby giants reveals greater dependence on dreissenids with increasing body size8
Geophysical benthic habitat mapping in Lake Tanganyika (Tanzania): Implications for spatial planning of small-scale coastal protected areas8
Sea lamprey control in the Great Lakes: A Tribal/First Nations Representative’s perspective8
The Late Pleistocene mollusk fauna of Selitrennoye (Astrakhan province, Russia): A natural baseline for endemic Caspian Sea faunas8
How ancient is Lake Lugu (Yunnan, China)? The gastropods’ viewpoint with focus on Radix (Lymnaeidae)8
Local perceptions on the state of the pelagic fisheries and fisheries management in Uvira, Lake Tanganyika, DR Congo8
Post-tournament dispersal of smallmouth bass in western Lake Erie8
Environmental predictors of phytoplankton chlorophyll-a in Great Lakes coastal wetlands8
Asian carp spawning success: Predictions from a 3-D hydrodynamic model for a Laurentian Great Lake tributary8
A case history of sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) abundance and control in Lake Huron: 2000–20198
Ecological opportunity enabled invertebrate radiations in ancient Lake Ohrid8
Registration and application of sea lamprey pheromones for sea lamprey control in the United States and Canada7
The role of wind-wave related processes in redistributing river-derived terrigenous sediments in Lake Turkana: A modelling study7
Exploiting the physiology of lampreys to refine methods of control and conservation7
Large-scale fish movement affects metrics of management importance as indicated by quantitative stock assessment7
Differential habitat use patterns of yellow perch Perca flavescens in eastern Lake Michigan and connected drowned river mouth lakes7
Gut contents from multiple morphs of lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) at two offshore shoals in Lake Superior7
Vertical oscillations of the thermocline caused by internal waves modify coldwater pelagic fish distribution: Results from a large stratified lake7
Among-site variability in environmental and management characteristics: Effect on nutrient loss in agricultural tile drainage7
Assessing the assumptions of classification agreement, accuracy, and predictable healing time of sea lamprey wounds on lake trout7
A review of sea lamprey dispersal and population structure in the Great Lakes and the implications for control7
Threshold storm approach for locating phosphorus problem areas: An application in three agricultural watersheds in the Canadian Lake Erie basin7
Winter severity, fish community, and availability to traps explain most of the variability in estimates of adult sea lamprey in Lake Superior7
Spatial and seasonal comparisons of growth of wild and stocked juvenile lake trout in Lake Champlain7
Estimation of phosphorus loads from septic systems to tributaries in the Canadian Lake Erie Basin7
Quantitative modeling of cyanobacterial concentration using MODIS imagery in the Southern Caspian Sea7
Life history evolution of sea lamprey is predicted to reduce the effectiveness of pesticide control7
Depth and temperature selection of lake charr (Salvelinus namaycush) ecotypes in Lake Superior revealed by popup satellite archival tags7
Spatial segregation of cisco (Coregonus artedi) and lake whitefish (C. clupeaformis) larvae in Chaumont Bay, Lake Ontario7
A lake-wide approach for large lake zooplankton monitoring: Results from the 2006–2016 Lake Superior Cooperative Science and Monitoring Initiative surveys7
Revision of the needle-shaped Fragilaria species (Fragilariaceae, Bacillariophyta) in the Laurentian Great Lakes (United States of America, Canada)7
Historical and contemporary movement and survival rates of walleye (Sander vitreus) in Lake Winnipeg, Canada7
An ecological causal assessment of tributaries draining the Red River Valley, Manitoba7
Addressing the risk of lampricide exposure to three federally listed species in U.S. streams7
Fatty acid profiles of lake trout reveal the importance of lipid content for interpreting trophic relationships within and across lakes7
Copper-rich “Halo” off Lake Superior’s Keweenaw Peninsula and how Mass Mill tailings dispersed onto tribal lands7
Freshwater biogeography in Wallacea: The case of sphaeriid bivalves in the Malili lake system (Sulawesi, Indonesia)7
Fluid migrations at the Krasny Yar methane seep of Lake Baikal according to geochemical data7
Diet differences between wild and stocked age-0 to age-3 lake trout indicate influence of early rearing environments7
Assessing the ecological vulnerability of the shallow steppe Lake Neusiedl (Austria-Hungary) to climate-driven hydrological changes using a palaeolimnological approach7
Condition of macroinvertebrate communities in the Buffalo River Area of Concern following sediment remediation7
Punctuated decadal morphodynamics and coupled vegetation succession along a nontidal, wave-dominated Great Lakes barrier spit, Gull Point, Lake Erie, U.S.A.7
Reporting on the status, trends, and drivers of algal blooms on Lake of the Woods using satellite-derived bloom indices (2002–2021)7
Loading and lake circulation structures recurrent patterns of water quality on the Toronto – Mississauga waterfront of Lake Ontario7
Speciation and bioavailability of particulate phosphorus in forested karst watersheds of southern Ontario during rain events7
Two decades since first invasion: Revisiting round goby impacts on nearshore aquatic communities in the Upper St. Lawrence River7
Response of aquatic macroinvertebrate density and diversity to wetland management and structure in the Montezuma Wetlands Complex, New York6
Incorporation of anthropogenic debris into double-crested cormorant nests, Toronto, Ontario6
Acoustic tag retention and tagging mortality of juvenile cisco Coregonus artedi6
What makes an elongated lake ‘large’? Scales from wind-driven steady circulation on a rotating Earth6
Lake Superior herring gulls benefit from anthropogenic food subsidies in a prey–impoverished aquatic environment6
Intragenomic variation of rDNA internal transcribed spacers in the endemic Baikal sponge Lubomirskia baikalensis (Pallas, 1776) (Spongillida, Lubomirskiidae): Implications for Porifera barcoding6
Seasonal changes predominant over manure application in driving dissolved organic matter shifts in agricultural runoff6
Mercury concentrations in commercial fish species from Lake Winnipeg, 1971–20196
Endemic Caspian Sea mollusks in hotspot and non-hotspot areas differentially affected by anthropogenic pressures6
Seasonal offshore/inshore migration of round gobies6
Hydrodynamics of a large lake with complex geometry and topography: Lake of the Woods6
Seasonal variation in trophic structure and restoration effects in a deep perialpine lake (Lake Lugano, Switzerland and Italy)6
Spatio-temporal variations of hydrochemistry and modern sedimentation processes in the Nam Co basin, Tibetan Plateau: Implications for carbonate precipitation6
Trade-offs between suppression and eradication of sea lampreys from the Great Lakes6
Nutrient and suspended-sediment concentrations in the Maumee River and tributaries during 2019 rain-induced fallow conditions6
Crossing boundaries between science and policy: Two case studies illustrate the importance of boundary organizations in the Great Lakes Basin6
Microcystin in multiple life stages of Hexagenia limbata, with implications for toxin transfer6
Invasive Neogobius melanostomus in the Lithuanian Baltic Sea coast: Trophic role and impact on the diet of piscivorous fish6
Prevalence and ecological features of deep chlorophyll layers in Lake of the Woods, a complex hydrological system with strong trophic, physical, and chemical gradients6
An ecosystem health assessment of the Detroit River and western Lake Erie6
Foredune dynamics at a Lake Michigan site during rising and high lake levels6
Fish and fishing in Lake Peipsi (Estonia/Russia) since 1851: Similarities and differences between historical and modern times6
Testing for hybridization between Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) and blue spotted tilapia (Oreochromis leucostictus) in the Lake Edward system6
Requirements for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) for scientific data collection in the Laurentian Great Lakes: A questionnaire survey6
Genomics reveals identity, phenology and population demographics of larval ciscoes (Coregonus artedi, C. hoyi, and C. kiyi) in the Apostle Islands, Lake Superior6
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