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Bibliography

Following is a bibliography of peer reviewed scientific articles that have been published by Florida LAKEWATCH personnel. Click on each of the topics below to view articles related to that topic:

  • Water Chemistry
    • Agusti, S, E. Alou, M. V. Hoyer, T. K. Frazer, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2006. Cell death in lake phytoplankton communities. Freshwater Biology. 51: 1496-1506.
    • Bachmann, R. W., M. V. Hoyer, and D. E. Canfield Jr. 2003. Predicting the frequencies of high chlorophyll levels in Florida lakes from average chlorophyll or nutrient data. Lake and Reservoir Management 19: 229-241.
    • Bachmann, R. W., M. V. Hoyer, D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2013. The extent that natural lakes in the United States of America have been changed by cultural eutrophication. Limnology and Oceanography. 58: 945 – 950.
    • Bachmann, R. W., M. V. Hoyer, A. C. Croteau, and D. E. Canfield Jr. 2017. Factors related to Secchi depths and their stability over time as determined from a probability sample of United States lakes. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 189:205 doi:10.1007/s10661-017-5911-9.
    • Bachmann, R. W., M. V. Hoyer, D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2018. Possible sediment mixing and the disparity between field measurements and paleolimnological inferences in shallow Iowa lakes in the Midwestern United States. Geosciences. 8, 40; doi:10.3390/geosciences8020040.
    • Bigham, D. L, R. E. Carlson, D. E. Canfield, Jr., C. A. Horsburgh, M. V. Hoyer, and R. W. Bachmann. 2015. Regional Distribution of Secchi Disk Transparency in Waters of the United States. Lake Reservoir Management. 31:55-63.
    • Brown, C. D., D. E. Canfield, Jr., R. W. Bachmann, and M. V. Hoyer. 1998. Seasonal Patterns of chlorophyll, nutrient concentrations and Secchi Disk transparency in Florida Lakes. Lake and Reservoir Management Journal 14: 60-76.
    • Brown, C. D., M. V. Hoyer, R. W. Bachmann, and D. E. Canfield, Jr., 2000. Nutrient-chlorophyll relationships: an evaluation of empirical nutrient-chlorophyll models using Florida and northern temperate lake data. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 57: 1574-1583.
    • Canfield, D. E., Jr., and M. V. Hoyer. 1988. Regional geology and trophic state characteristics of Florida lakes. Lake and Reservoir Management 4: 21-31.
    • Canfield, D. E. Jr., C. D. Brown, R. W. Bachmann, and M. V. Hoyer. 2002. Volunteer lake monitoring: testing the reliability of data collected by the Florida LAKEWATCH program. Lake and Reservoir management 18: 1-9.
    • Canfield D. E. Jr., R. W. Bachmann, D. B. Stephens, M. V. Hoyer, L. Bacon, S. Williams, and M. Scott. 2016. Monitoring by citizen scientists demonstrates water clarity of Maine (USA) lakes is stable, not declining, due to Fisheries. Inland Waters 6:11-27.
    • Canfield D. E. Jr., R. W. Bachmann, M. V. Hoyer. 2017. Long-term chlorophyll trends in Florida lakes. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management. 56:47-56.
    • Canfield Jr. DE, R. W. Bachmann, M. V. Hoyer, L. S. Johansson, M. Søndergaard, E. Jeppesen. 2019. To measure chlorophyll or phytoplankton biovolume: an aquatic conundrum with implications for the management of lakes, Lake and Reservoir Management, DOI: 10.1080/10402381.2019.1607958
    • Duarte, C. M., Y. T. Prairie, T. K. Frazer, M. V. Hoyer, S. K. Notestein, R. Martinez, A. Dorsett and D.E. Canfield, Jr. 2010. Rapid accretion of dissolved organic carbon in the springs of Florida: the most organic-poor natural waters. Biogeosciences 7:4051-4057.
    • Havens K. E., M. V. Hoyer and E. J. Phlips. 2016. Climate Variability Influences Cyanobacteria Blooms in Shallow Florida Lakes. LakeLine: 36: 34-39.
    • Hoyer, M. V., T. K. Frazer, S. K. Notestein and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2002. Nutrient, chlorophyll, and water clarity relationships in Florida’s nearshore coastal waters with comparisons to freshwater lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59: 1-8.
    • Hoyer, M. V., C. D. Brown, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2004. Relation Between water chemistry and water quality as defined by lake users in Florida. Lake and Reservoir Management. 20: 240-248.
    • Hoyer, M. V., C. A. Horsburgh, D. E. Canfield, Jr., and R. W. Bachmann. 2005. Lake level and trophic state variables among a population of shallow Florida lakes and within individual lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 62: 1-10.
    • Hoyer, M. V., J. L. Donze, E. J. Schulz, D. J. Willis, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2006. Total coliform and Escherichia coli counts in 99 Florida lakes with to some common limnological factors. Lake and Reservoir Management. 22: 141-150.
    • Hoyer, M. V., J. B. Terrell, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2013. Water Chemistry in Choctawhatchee Bay, Florida USA: Spatial and Temporal Considerations Based on Volunteer Collected Data. Florida Scientist. 76: 453-466.
    • Hoyer, M. V., D. L. Bigham, R. W. Bachmann, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2014. Florida LAKEWATCH: Citizen Scientists Monitoring Aquatic Systems and How Data Are Used. Florida Scientist. 77: 184-197.
    • Hoyer, M. V., J. B. Terrell, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2015. Chain of Eutrophication Models for Assessing the Potential Impact of Nutrient Enrichment on Choctawhatchee Bay, FL, USA. Florida Scientist. Florida Scientist. 78:20-35.
    • Hoyer, M. V., J. B. Terrell, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2015. Chain of Eutrophication Models for Assessing the Potential Impact of Nutrient Enrichment on Choctawhatchee Bay, FL, USA. Florida Scientist. Florida Scientist. 78:20-35.
    • Lazzarino, J.K., R.W. Bachmann, M.V. Hoyer, and D.E. Canfield Jr. 2009. Carbon Dioxide Supersaturation in Florida Lakes. Hydrobiologia 627: 169-180.
    • Nagid, E. J., D. E. Canfield, Jr., and M. V. Hoyer. 2001. Wind-induced increases in trophic state characteristics of a large (27 km2), shallow (1.5 m mean depth) Florida lake. Hydrobiologia 455: 97-110.
    • Terrell, J. B., D. L. Watson, M. V. Hoyer, M. S. Allen, and D. E. Canfield Jr. 2000. Temporal water chemistry trends (1967-1997) for a population of Florida waterbodies. Lake and Reservoir Management 16: 177-194.
    • Xiong C., and M. V. Hoyer. 2019. Influence of land use and rainfall variability on nutrient concentrations in Florida lakes. Lake and Reservoir Management. 35:25-38.
  • Nutrient Criteria
    • Bachmann, R. W., M. V. Hoyer, and D. E. Canfield Jr. 2003. An alternative to proposed phosphorus TMDLs for management of Lake Okeechobee. Lake and Reservoir Management 19: 251-264.
    • Bachmann, R. W., Bigham D. L., Hoyer M. V., Canfield D. E, Jr. 2012a. Factors determining the distributions of total phosphorus, total nitrogen and chlorophyll a in Florida lakes. Lake Reserv Manage. 28:10-26.
    • Bachmann, R. W., Bigham D. L., Hoyer M. V., Canfield D. E, Jr. 2012b. Phosphorus, nitrogen and the designated uses of Florida lakes. Lake Reserv Manage. 28:46-58.
    • Bachmann, R. W., Bigham D. L., Hoyer M. V., Canfield D. E, Jr. 2012c. A strategy for establishing numeric nutrient criteria for Florida lakes. Lake Reserv Manage. 28:84-92.
  • Aquatic Plants
    • Alahuhta J, M. Akasaka, D. Auderset, M. Azzella, L. Balazs, R. Bolpagni, P. Chambers, E. Chappuis, I. Christiane, J. Clayton, M. de Winston, F. Ecke, E. Gacia, G.Gecheva, J. Hauxwell, S. Hellsten, M.V. Hoyer, L. B. Johnson, A. Kolada, S. Kosten, M. Kuoppala, T. Lauridsen, M. Mjelde, A. Mikulyuk, R. Mormul, J. Nishihiro, B. Oertli, L. Rhazi, L. Sass, C. Schranz, M. Søndergaard, S. Thomaz, T. Yamanouchi, Q. Yu, H. Wang, N. Willby, J. Heino. 2016. Ecological gradients structuring global beta diversity of aquatic macrophytes. Journal of Biogeography (JBI-16-0363.R3).
    • Alahuhta, J., Marja Lindholm, Claudia P. Bove, Eglantine Chappuis, John Clayton, Mary de Winton, Tõnu Feldmann, Frauke Ecke, Esperança Gacia, Patrick Grillas, Mark V. Hoyer, Lucinda B. Johnson, Agnieszka Kolada, Sarian Kosten, Torben Lauridsen, Balázs A. Lukács, Marit Mjelde, Roger P. Mormul, Laila Rhazi, Mouhssine Rhazi, Laura Sass, Martin Søndergaard, Jun Xu, Jani Heino. 2018. Global patterns in the metacommunity structuring of lake macrophytes: regional variations and driving factors. Oecologia 188:1167-1182. DOI 10.1007/s00442-018-4294-0.
    • Bachmann R. W., M. V. Hoyer, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 1999. The restoration of Lake Apopka in relation to alternative stable states. Hydrobiologia. 394: 219-232.
    • Bachmann, R. W., M. V. Hoyer, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2000. Internal heterotrophy following the switch from macrophytes to algae in Lake Apopka, Florida. Hydrobiologia 418: 217-227.
    • Bachmann, R. W., M. V. Hoyer, and D. E. Canfield Jr. 2000. The potential for wave disturbance in shallow Florida lakes. Lake and Reservoir Management 16: 281-291.
    • Bachmann, R. W., C. A. Horsburgh, M. V. Hoyer, L. K. Mataraza and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2002. Relations between trophic state indicators and plant biomass in Florida Lakes. Hydrobiologia 470: 219-234.
    • Bachmann, R. W., M. V. Hoyer, D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2013. Effects of pH and specific conductance confound the use of the Florida Lake Vegetation Index to identify anthropogenic eutrophication. Inland Waters 3: 351-358.
    • Caffrey, A. J., M. V. Hoyer, and D. E. Canfield. 2007. Factors affecting the maximum depth of colonization by submersed macrophytes in Florida lakes. Lake and Reservoir Management 23: 287-297.
    • Canfield, D. E., Jr., M. V. Hoyer, and C. M. Duarte. 1990. An empirical method for characterizing standing crops of aquatic vegetation. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 28: 64-69.
    • Gasith, A., and M. V. Hoyer. 1997. The structuring role of macrophytes in lakes: changing influences along lake size and depth gradients. In Jeppesen, E.; Søndergaard, Ma, Søndergaard, Mo.; Christoffersen, K., (eds.). The role of macrophytes in structuring the biological community and biogeochemical dynamics in lakes. New York: Springer-Verlag.
    • Gu, B., and M. V. Hoyer. 2005. Community Structure and environmental conditions in shallow lakes dominated by submerged aquatic vegetation. Lake and Reservoir Management. 21: 403-410.
    • Hanlon, S. G., M. V. Hoyer, C. E. Cichra, and D. E. Canfield Jr. 2001. Evaluation of macrophyte control in 41 Florida lakes using triploid grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) at different stocking rates. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 38: 48-54.
    • Hoyer, M. V. and D. E. Canfield, Jr., eds. 1997. Aquatic plant management in lakes and reservoirs. Prepared by the North American Lake Management Society (P.O. Box 5443, Madison, WI 53705) and the Aquatic Plant Management Society (P.O. Box 1477, Lehigh, FL 33970) for U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington DC.
    • Hoyer, V. M, and D. E. Canfield Jr. 2001. Aquatic vegetation and fisheries management. Lakeline 21(3) : 20-22.
    • Hoyer, M. V., M. Woods Jackson, M. S. Allen, D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2009. Lack of exotic hydrilla infestation effects on plant, fish and aquatic bird community measures. Lake and Reservoir Management. 24:331-338.
    • Hoyer, M. V., D. E. Canfield, Jr., M. D. Netherland and D. A. Leeper. 2012. Lack of augmentation effects on aquatic macrophyte abundance and distribution in West-Central Florida lakes, USA. Hydrobiologia: 686:29-40.
    • Hoyer, M. V., M. D. Netherland, and D. Jones. 2016. Littoral sediment accumulation 10-years after muck removal in Lake Tohopekaliga, FL, USA. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management. 54: 87-94.
    • Netherland, M. D. M. V. Hoyer, M. S. Allen, and D. E. Canfield. 2005. A summary of future management recommendations from the Hydrilla Summit in Florida. Aquatics 27 (4): 4-9.
    • Willis J. D., M. V. Hoyer, Daniel E. Canfield Jr. and William, J. Lindberg. 2002. Training Grass Carp to respond to sound for potential lake management uses. North American Journal of Fish Management 22: 208-212.
  • Fish Populations
    • Allen, M. S., M. V. Hoyer, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 1999. Factors related to black crappie populations in 60 Florida lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 18: 864-871.
    • Allen, M. S., M. V. Hoyer, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2000. Factors related to gizzard shad and threadfin shad occurrence and abundance in Florida lakes populations in 60 Florida lakes. Journal of Fish Ecology 57: 291-302.
    • Bachmann, R. W., B. L. Jones, Donald D. Fox, M. V. Hoyer, L. A. Bull, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 1996. Relations between trophic state indicators and fish in Florida (U.S.A.) lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 53: 842-855.
    • de Kerckhove, D.T., Freedman, J.A., Wilson, K.L., Hoyer, M.V., Chu, C., and Minns, C.K. 2017. Choosing Spatial Units for Landscape-Based Management of the Fisheries Protection Program. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2017/040. v + 44.
    • Gu, B., C. L. Schelske, and M. V. Hoyer. 1996. Stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen as indicators of diet and trophic structure of the fish community in a shallow hypereutrophic lake. Journal Fish Biology 49: 1233-1244.
    • Gu, B., C. L. Schelske, and M. V. Hoyer. 1997. Intrapopulation feeding diversity in blue tilapia: Evidence from stable-isotope analyses. Ecology 78: 2263-2266.
    • Gwinn, D. C. M. S. Allen, K. I. Bonvechio, M. V. Hoyer and L.S. Beesley. 2015. Evaluating estimators of species richness: the importance of considering statistical error rate. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12462.
    • Hoyer, M. V., and D. E. Canfield Jr. 1991. A phosphorus-fish standing crop relationship for streams. Lake and Reservoir Management 7: 25-32.
    • Hoyer, M. V., and D. E. Canfield Jr. 1996. Largemouth bass abundance and aquatic vegetation in Florida lakes: An empirical analysis. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 34: 23-32.
    • Hoyer, M. V., and D. E. Canfield Jr. 1996. Lake Size, aquatic macrophytes, and largemouth bass abundance in Florida Lakes: a reply. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 34: 48-50.
    • Hoyer, M. V., D. L. Watson, D. J. Willis, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2009. Fish kills in Florida’s canals, creeks/rivers, and ponds/lakes. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management. 47:53-56.
    • Hoyer, M. V., J. P. Bennett and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2011. Monitoring freshwater fish in Florida lakes using electrofishing: Lessons learned. Lake and Reservoir Management. 27:1-14.
    • Mantini, L., M. V. Hoyer, J. V. Shireman, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 1992. Annulus validation, time of formulation, and mean length at age of three sunfish species in North Central Florida. Proceedings. Annual. Conference Southeast Association. Fish and Wildlife 46: 357-367.
    • Schulz, E. J., M. V. Hoyer and D. E. Canfield. 1999. An Index of biotic integrity: a test using limnological and fish data from 60 Florida lakes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 128: 564-577.
    • Schultz, E. J., M. V. Hoyer, and D. E. Canfield Jr. 2001. Reply to comment: An index of Biotic Integrity: A test with limnological and fish data from sixty Florida lakes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130:172-173.
  • Aquatic Bird Populations
    • Hoyer, M. V., and D. E. Canfield Jr. 1990. Limnological factors influencing bird abundance and species richness on Florida lakes. Lake and Reservoir Management 6: 133-141.
    • Hoyer, M. V., and D. E. Canfield Jr. 1994. Bird abundance and species richness on Florida lakes: Influence of lake trophic status, morphology, and aquatic macrophytes. Hydrobiologia 297/280: 107-119.
    • Hoyer, M. V., J. Winn, and D. E. Canfield Jr. 2001. Citizen monitoring of aquatic bird populations using a Florida lake. Lake and Reservoir Management 17: 82-89.
    • Hoyer, M. V., S. K. Notestein, T. K. Frazer, and D. E. Canfield, Jr. 2006. Bird density, biomass, and species richness on five Florida coastal rivers, with comparisons to Florida lakes. Hydrobiologia. 567: 5-18.
    • Hoyer, M. V. 2009. Impact of invasive aquatic plants on aquatic birds. Chapter 4 in: Best Management Practices Manual for Aquatic Plants (BMP). Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Foundation. Marietta, GA.