Publications

Peer-reviewed publications below. Link to non-peer reviewed publications including data publications here.

Peer-reviewed publications (* indicates undergraduate student)

Kraemer BM, Pilla RM, Woolway RI, Anneville O, Ban S, Colom-Montero W, Devlin SP, Dokulil MT, Gaiser EE, Hambright KD, Hessen DO, Higgins SN, Jöhnk KD, Keller W, Knoll LB, Leavitt PR, Lepori F, Martin S. MS, Maberly SC, Müller-Navarra DC, Paterson AA, Pierson DC, Richardson DC, Rogora M, Rusak JA, Sadro S, Salmaso N, Schmid M, Silow EA, Sommaruga R, Stelzer JAA, Straile D, Thiery W, Verburg P, Weyhenmeyer GA, Adrian R. Accepted with revisions. Climate change drives widespread shifts in lake thermal habitat. Nature Climate Change.

Oleksy IA and Richardson DC. In press. Climate change and teleconnections amplify lake stratification with differential local controls of surface water warming and deep water cooling. Geophysical Research Letters doi:10.1029/2020GL090959

Pilla R, Williamson C, Adamovich B, Adrian R, Anneville O, Chandra S, Colom-Montero W, Devlin S, Dix M, Dokulil M, Gaiser E, Girdner S, Hambright K, Hamilton D, Havens K, Hessen D, Higgins S, Huttula T, Huuskonen H, Isles P, Joehnk K, Jones I, Keller W, Knoll L, Korhonen J, Kraemer B, Leavitt P, Lepori F, Luger M, Maberly S, Melack J, Melles S, Müller-Navarra D, Pierson D, Pislegina, Plisnier PD, Richardson DC, Rimmer A, Rogora M, Rusak J, Sadro S, Salmaso N, Saros J, Saulnier-Talbot E, Schindler D, Schmid M, Shimaraeva S, Silow E, Sitoki L, Sommaruga R, Straile D, Strock K, Thiery W, Timofeyev M, Verburg P, Vinebrooke R, Weyhenmeyer G, Zadereev E. 2020. Global trends in lake thermal structure: Deep waters are warming less consistently than surface waters and thermal stability. Scientific Reports. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-76873-x

Brentrup JA, Richardson DC, Carey CC, Ward NK, Bruesewitz DA, Weathers KC. 2020. Under-ice respiration rates shift the annual carbon cycle in the mixed layer of an oligotrophic lake from autotrophy to heterotrophy. Inland Waters. DOI: 10.1080/20442041.2020.1805261

Lewis ASL*, Kim BS*, Edwards HL*, Wander HL*, Garfield CM*, Murphy HE*, Poulin ND*, Princiotta SD, Rose KC, Taylor AE*, Weathers KC, Wigdahl-Perry CR, Yokota K, Richardson DC, Bruesewitz DA. 2020. Prevalence of nitrogen and phosphorus colimitation of freshwater phytoplankton explained by nitrogen deposition and lake characteristics across northeastern United States. Inland Waters DOI: 10.1080/20442041.2019.1664233.

Richardson DC, Bruno EC*, Edwards HL*, Green DM*, Hollander AJ*, McFadden SR*, Reid KA*, Wander HL*. 2019. Serial introductions modify a trophic cascade, partially mitigating changes in lake ecosystem structure. Freshwater Science 38(3):642-653.

Richardson DC, Charifson DM*, Davis BA*, Krebs BS*, Long EC, Napoli M, Wilcove BA*. 2018. Watershed management and underlying geology in three lakes control divergent responses to decreasing acid precipitation. Inland Waters. doi: 10.1080/20442041.2018.1428428.

O’Reilly CM, Darner Gougis RD, Klug JL, Carey CC, Richardson DC, Bader NE, Soule D, Castendyk D, Meixner T, Stromberg J, Weathers KC. 2017. Using large datasets for open-ended inquiry activities in undergraduate science classrooms. Bioscience 67(12):1052-1061.

Richardson DC, Melles SJ, Pilla RM, Hetherington AL, Knoll LB, Williamson CE, Kraemer BM, Jackson JR, Long, EC, Moore K, Rudstam LG, Rusak JA, Saros JE, Sharma S, Strock KE, Weathers KC, Wigdahl-Perry CR. 2017. Transparency, geomorphology, and mixing regime explain variability in trends in lake temperature and stratification across northeastern North America (1975 – 2014). Water 9(6): 442 doi:10.3390/w9060442

Klug JK, Carey, CC, Richardson DC, R Darner Gougis. 2017. Integrating high-frequency and long-term data analyses into undergraduate ecology classes improves quantitative literacy. Ecosphere 8(3):e01733 DOI:10.1002/ecs2.1733

Richardson DC, Carey CC, Bruesewitz DA, Weathers KC. 2016. Intra- and inter-annual variability in metabolism in an oligotrophic lake. Aquatic Sciences DOI:10.1007/s00027-016-0499-7

Richardson DC, Charifson DM*, Stern EM*, Stanson VJ*, Thompson JE, Townley LA. 2016. Reconstructing a trophic cascade following unintentional introduction of golden shiner to Lake Minnewaska, New York, USA. Inland Waters 6(1): 29-33.

Charifson DM*, Huth P, Thompson JE, Angyal RK, Flaherty MJ, Richardson DC. 2015. History of Fish Presence and Absence Following Lake Acidification and Recovery in Lake Minnewaska, Shawangunk Ridge, NY. Northeastern Naturalist 22(4): 762-781.

Carey CC, Darner Gougis R, Klug JL, O’Reilly CM, Richardson DC. 2015. A model for using environmental data-driven inquiry and exploration to teach limnology to undergraduates. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 24(2): 32-35.

Bruesewitz DA, Carey CC, Richardson DC, Weathers KC. 2015. Under-ice thermal stratification dynamics of a large, deep lake revealed by high-frequency data. Limnology and Oceanography 60(2):347-359. doi: 10.1002/lno.10014.

Richardson DC, Oleksy IA*, Hollein TH, Arscott DB, Gibson C, Root S*. 2014. Habitat characteristics, temporal variability, and macroinvertebrate communities associated with a mat-forming nuisance diatom (Didymosphenia geminata) in Catskill mountain streams, New York. Aquatic Sciences 76:553-564.

Hoellein TH, Bruesewitz DA, Richardson DC. 2013. Revisiting Odum (1956): A synthesis of ecosystem metabolism reveals drivers of primary production and respiration across streams, lakes, wetlands, and estuaries.  Limnology and Oceanography 58(6): 2089-2100.

Richardson DC, Newbold JD, Aufdenkampe AK, Taylor PG and Kaplan LA. 2013. A method for measuring bacterial mineralization rates of suspended particulate organic carbon in stream ecosystems. Limnology and Oceanography Methods 11: 257-261.

Solomon CT, Bruesewitz DA, Richardson DC, et al. 2013. Ecosystem respiration: Drivers of daily variability and background respiration in lakes around the globe. Limnology and Oceanography 58(3): 849-866.

Klug JL, Richardson DC, Ewing HA, Hargreaves BR, Samal NR, Vachon D, Pierson DC, Lindsey AM, O’Donnell DM, Effler SW, Weathers KC.  2012. Ecosystem effects of a tropical cyclone on a network of lakes in northeastern North America. Environmental Science and Technology. dx.doi.org/10.1021/es302063v

Pace ML, Hampton SE, Limburg KE, Bennett EM, Cook EM, Davis AE, Grove JM, Kaneshiro KY, LaDeau SL, Likens GE, McKnight DM, Richardson DC, and Strayer DL. 2010. Communicating with the public: opportunities and rewards for individual ecologists. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8(6):292-298.

Palmer MA and Richardson DC. 2009. Provisioning services: a focus on freshwater. In The Princeton Guide to Ecology, Levin, SA, Ed. Princeton University Press: Princeton, NJ.

Richardson DC, Kaplan LA, Newbold JD and Aufdenkampe AK. 2009. Temporal dynamics of seston: A recurring nighttime peak and seasonal shifts in composition in a stream ecosystem. Limnology and Oceanography 54(1):344-354.

Menninger HL, Palmer MA, Craig LS, and Richardson DC. 2008. Periodical cicada detritus impacts stream ecosystem function. Ecosystems 11(8):1306-1317.

Craig LS, Palmer MA, Richardson DC, et al. 2008. Stream restoration strategies for reducing river nitrogen loads. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6(10):529-538.

Swan CM, Healey B and Richardson DC. 2008. The role of native riparian tree species in decomposition of invasive Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) leaf litter in an urban stream. Ecoscience 15(1):27-35.

Non-peer reviewed publications

Richardson D. C., C. C. Carey, K. C. Weathers, D. A. Bruesewitz, LSPA, B. G. Steele. 2020. High Frequency Meteorological, Drift-Corrected Dissolved Oxygen, and Thermistor Temperature Data – Lake Sunapee Buoy, NH, USA, 2007 – 2013. Environmental Data Initiative. https://doi.org/10.6073/pasta/846a36bf6fd704e508511e5f8a2ab3b5. Dataset accessed 1/29/2020.

Klug JL, DC Richardson, HA Ewing, BR Hargreaves, NR Samal, D Vachon, D C Pierson, BG Steele, DM O’Donnell, SW Effler, PA del Giorgio, KC Weathers. 2019. High-frequency water temperature and dissolved oxygen data and derived stability and metabolism metrics for nine lakes in northeastern North America for months before and after Tropical Cyclone Irene, Fall 2011. Environmental Data Initiative. https://doi.org/10.6073/pasta/7684d5140f6ef95b97763c6ba50d208b.

Mohonk Preserve, C Belardo, N Feldsine, A Forester, P Huth, E Long, V Morgan, M Napoli, E Pierce, D Richardson, D Smiley, S Smiley, J Thompson. 2018. History of Acid Precipitation on the Shawangunk Ridge: Mohonk Preserve Precipitation Depths and pH, 1976 to Present. Environmental Data Initiative. https://doi.org/10.6073/pasta/734ea90749e78613452eacec489f419c

Richardson, DC.  Global Climate Change and the Shawangunk Ridge. Friends of the Shawangunks: Shawangunks Watch Winter 2017 issue.

O’Reilly, C.M., D.C. Richardson, and R.D. Gougis. 15 March 2017. Project EDDIE: Climate Change. Project EDDIE Module 8, Version 1. https://serc.carleton.edu/eddie/enviro_data/activities/climate_change.html.

DC Richardson, JL Klug and CC Carey. 26 Jun 2015. Project EDDIE: Lake Metabolism. Project EDDIE Module 2, Version 1. http://cemast.illinoisstate.edu/data-for-students/modules/lake-metabolism.shtml.

Carey, CC, JL Klug, and DC Richardson. 1 April 2015. Project EDDIE: Lake Ice Phenology. Project EDDIE Module 1, Version 1. http://cemast.illinoisstate.edu/data-for-students/modules/ice-phenology.shtml.

Richardson DC. The continually changing Lake Minnewaska. Friends of the Shawangunks: Shawangunks Watch Fall 2014 issue.

Richardson DC. Changes in acidity and fish in the sky lakes: Why is Lake Minnewaska turning green? Friends of the Shawangunks: Shawangunks Watch Summer 2013 issue.

Root SM* and Richardson DC. 2010. Rock snot growing in New York rivers. Poughkeepsie Journal. 12 Sep. 2010: 3F. Print.

Richardson DC and Dorsi JJ*. 2010. Ice-out records track climate change. Poughkeepsie Journal. 11 Apr. 2010: 3F-4F. Print.

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