Kenneth Krieger
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Pesticides in rainwater in the northeastern United States
RP Richards, JW Kramer, DB Baker, KA Krieger
Nature 327 (6118), 129-131, 1987
First records of a European cladoceran, Bythotrephes cederstroemi, in lakes Erie and Huron
MT Bur, DM Klarer, KA Krieger
Journal of Great Lakes Research 12 (2), 144-146, 1986
Recovery of burrowing mayflies (ephemeroptera: ephemeridae: Hexagenia) in western Lake Erie
KA Krieger, DW Schloesser, BA Manny, CE Trisler, SE Heady, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 22 (2), 254-263, 1996
The diversity and distribution of toxigenic Microcystis spp. in present day and archived pelagic and sediment samples from Lake Erie
JM Rinta-Kanto, MA Saxton, JM DeBruyn, JL Smith, CH Marvin, ...
Harmful algae 8 (3), 385-394, 2009
Recolonization and possible recovery of burrowing mayflies (Ephemeroptera: Ephemeridae: Hexagenia spp.) in Lake Erie of the Laurentian Great Lakes
DW Schloesser, KA Krieger, JJH Ciborowski, LD Corkum
Journal of Aquatic Ecosystem Stress and Recovery 8, 125-141, 2000
The ecology of invertebrates in Great Lakes coastal wetlands: current knowledge and research needs
KA Krieger
Journal of Great Lakes Research 18 (4), 634-650, 1992
Effects of herbicides on streamAufwuchs productivity and nutrient uptake
KA Krieger, DB Baker, JW Kramer
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 17, 299-306, 1988
Benthic macroinvertebrates as indicators of environmental degradation in the southern nearshore zone of the central basin of Lake Erie
KA Krieger
Journal of Great Lakes Research 10 (2), 197-209, 1984
Coastal wetlands of the Laurentian Great Lakes: Current knowledge and research needs. Preface: A call for research on Great Lakes coastal wetlands.
KA Krieger, DM Klarer, RT Heath, CE Herdendorf
Journal of Great Lakes Research 18 (4), 525-528, 1992
Distribution and abundance of burrowing mayflies (Hexagenia spp.) in Lake Erie, 1997–2005
KA Krieger, MT Bur, JJH Ciborowski, DR Barton, DW Schloesser
Journal of Great Lakes Research 33, 20-33, 2007
Effectiveness of a coastal wetland in reducing pollution of a Laurentian Great Lake: hydrology, sediment, and nutrients
KA Krieger
Wetlands 23 (4), 778-791, 2003
Population models of burrowing mayfly recolonization in western Lake Erie
CP Madenjian, DW Schloesser, KA Krieger
Ecological Applications 8 (4), 1206-1212, 1998
Changes in the benthic macroinvertebrate community of the Cleveland Harbor area of Lake Erie from 1978 to 1989
KA Krieger, LS Ross
Journal of Great Lakes Research 19 (2), 237-249, 1993
Zooplankton dynamics in a Great Lakes coastal marsh
KA Krieger, DM Klarer
Journal of Great Lakes Research 17 (2), 255-269, 1991
Heavy metals in sediments and uptake by burrowing mayflies in western Lake Erie basin
SE Opfer, JR Farver, JG Miner, K Krieger
Journal of Great Lakes Research 37 (1), 1-8, 2011
Distribution and dispersal mechanisms of Oxytrema (= Goniobasis) suturalis Haldeman (Gastropoda: Pleuroceridae) in the Yellow River, Georgia, USA
KA Krieger, WD Burbanck
American Midland Naturalist, 49-63, 1976
Research to help Lake Erie: Proceedings of the" Phosphorus along the Land-River-Lake Continuum" research planning and coordination workshop
LT Johnson, DB Baker, RB Confesor, KA Krieger, RP Richards
Journal of Great Lakes Research 40 (3), 574-577, 2014
concentrations and transport of pesticides in northwestern Ohio rivers-1981
DB Baker, KA Krieger, JV Setzler
US Army Engineer District, Buffalo, 1981
Transport and assimilation of nutrients and pesticides in a Lake Erie estuary.
KA Krieger
chemistry of Lake Erie since the advent of European settlement of the basin. This discussion will follow the route of the water from its precipitation onto the landscape, and …
KA Krieger
NOAA Estuary-of-the-month Seminar Series, 149, 1989
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