Emily Stanley, Professor, Department of Zoology and Center for Limnology
Center for Limnology University of Wisconsin 680 North Park St. Madison, WI 53706; 608-263-2567 (email)
see Publications page for more articles and links to pdfs.
Shade, A., J.S. Read, N.D. Youngblut, N. Fierer, R. Knight, T.K. Kratz, N.R. Lottig, E.E. Roden, E.H. Stanley, J. Stombaugh, R.J. Whitaker, C.H. Wu, and K.D. McMahon. 2012. Lake microbial communities are resilient after a whole-ecosystem disturbance. ISME Journal 6:2153–2167.
Lottig, N.R., E.H. Stanley, and J.T. Maxted. 2012. Assessing the influence of upstream drainage lakes on fluvial organic carbon in a wetland rich region. Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences 117:G03011, doi:10.1029/2012JG001983.
Powers, S.M., R.A. Johnson, and E.H. Stanley. 2012. Nutrient retention and the problem of hydrologic disconnection in streams and wetlands. Ecosystems 15:435-449.
Stanley, E.H., S.M. Powers, N.R. Lottig, I. Buffam, and J.T. Crawford. 2012. Contemporary changes in dissolved organic carbon of human-dominated rivers: Is there a role for DOC management? Freshwater Biology, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2427.2011.02613.x.