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Ozersky, T., et al. 2020. Hot and sick? Impacts of warming and a parasite on the dominant zooplankter of Lake Baikal. Limnology and Oceanography. Online Early.

Sharma, S., et al. 2020. Integrating Perspectives to Understand Lake Ice Dynamics in a Changing World. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 125(8): e2020JG005799.

Thackeray, S. J., and S. E. Hampton. 2020The case for research integration, from genomics to remote sensing, to understand biodiversity change and functional dynamics in the world’s lakes. Global Change Biology 26: 3230-3240.

Katz, S. L., J. C. Padowski, M. Goldsby, M. P. Brady, and S. E. Hampton. 2020. Defining the Nature of the Nexus: Specialization, Connectedness, Scarcity, and Scale in Food–Energy–Water Management. Water 12:972.

Katz, S. L., K. A. Barnas, M. Diaz, and S. E. Hampton. 2019. Data system design alters meaning in ecological data: salmon habitat restoration across the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Ecosphere10:e02920.

Meyer, M. F., S. M. Powers, and S. E. Hampton. 2019. An Evidence Synthesis of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) in the Environment: Imbalances among Compounds, Sewage Treatment Techniques, and Ecosystem Types. Environmental Science & Technology53:12961–12973.

Powers, S. M., R. B. Chowdhury, G. K. MacDonald, G. S. Metson, A. H. W. Beusen, A. F. Bouwman, et al. 2019. Global opportunities to increase agricultural independence through phosphorus recycling. Earth’s Future, 7.

Hampton, S. E., M. D. Scheuerell, M. J. Church, and J. M. Melack. 2019. Long-term perspectives in aquatic research. Limnology and Oceanography64:S2–S10.

Block, B. D., B. A. Denfeld, J. D. Stockwell, G. Flaim, H. F. Grossart, L. B. Knoll, D. B. Maier, R. L. North, M. Rautio, J. A. Rusak, S. Sadro, G. A. Weyhenmeyer, A. J. Bramburger, D. K. Branstrator, K. Salonen, and S. E. Hampton. 2018. The unique methodological challenges of winter limnology. Limnol Oceanogr Methods. DOI: 10.1002/lom3.10295

Powers, S. M., and S. E. Hampton. 2019. Open science, reproducibility, and transparency in ecology. Ecological Applications: in press. DOI: 10.1002/eap.1822

Leech, D. M., A. I. Pollard, S. G. Labou, and S. E. Hampton. 2018. Fewer blue lakes and more murky lakes across the continental U.S.: Implications for planktonic food webs. Limnology and Oceanography: 63: 2661-2680. DOI: 10.1002/lno.10967

Frassl, M. A., et al. 2018. Ten simple rules for collaboratively writing a multi-authored paper. PLOS Computational Biology 14:e1006508.

Gray, D.K., S.E. Hampton, C.M. O’Reilly, S. Sharma and R.S. Cohen. 2018. How do data collection and processing methods impact the accuracy of long-term trend estimation in lake surface water temperatures? Limnology & Oceanography: Methods 16: 504–515. DOI: 10.1002/lom3.10262

Ozersky, T., E. A. Volkova, N. A. Bondarenko, O. A. Timoshkin, V. V. Malnik, V. M. Domysheva, and S. E. Hampton. 2018. Nutrient limitation of benthic algae in Lake Baikal, Russia. Freshwater Science: 37(3): 472-482.

Hampton, S. E., S. McGowan, T. Ozersky, S. G. P. Virdis, T. T. Vu, T. L. Spanbauer, B. M. Kraemer, G. Swann, A. W. Mackay, S. M. Powers, M. F. Meyer, S. G. Labou, C. M. O’Reilly, M. DiCarlo, A. W. E. Galloway, and S. C. Fritz. 2018. Recent ecological change in ancient lakes. Limnology & Oceanography: in press.

Denfeld, B.A., H.M. Baulch, P.A. del Giorgio, S.E. Hampton, J. Karlsson. 2018.  A synthesis of carbon dioxide and methane dynamics during the ice‐covered period of northern lakes Limnology & Oceanography Letters: DOI 10.1002/lol2.10079.

Hampton, S. E., and S. G. Labou2017Careers in ecology: a fine-scale investigation of national data from the U.S. Survey of Doctorate RecipientsEcosphere 8(12):e02031.

Powers, S.M. et al. 2017 Nitrification contributes to winter oxygen depletion in seasonally frozen forested lakesBiogeochemistry (2017) 136: 119

Powers, S.M., et al. 2017 Ice duration drives winter nitrate accumulation in north temperate lakesLimnology & Oceanography Letters 2: 177–186.

Hampton, S.E., et al. 2017. Skills and knowledge for data-intensive environmental researchBioScience 67 (6): 546-557.

Baron, J.S., et al. 2017. Sustaining synthesis centers as critical research infrastructureBioScience: 67 (8): 750-759.

Hampton, S.E. et al. (62 authors) 2017. Ecology under lake iceEcology Letters 20: 98-111. DOI: 10.1111/ele.12699. [DataCode]

Meyer, M.F., S.E. Hampton, T. Ozersky, O.O. Rusanovskaya & K.H. Woo. 2017. Vulnerability of rotifers and copepod nauplii to predation by Cyclops kolensis (Crustacea, Copepoda) under varying temperatures in Lake Baikal, SiberiaHydrobiologia 796: 309-318.

Jackson, S.T., C.S. Duke, S.E. Hampton, K.L. Jacobs, L.N. Joppa, K.S. Kassam, H.A. Mooney, L.A. Ogden, M. Ruckelshaus, J.F. Shogren. 2016. Policy Forum: Toward a national, sustained U.S. ecosystem assessment. Science 354:838-839.

Williams, J.J., M. Beutel, A. Nurse, B. Moore, S.E. Hampton, J.E. Saros. 2016. Phytoplankton responses to nitrogen enrichment in Pacific Northwest, USA Mountain LakesHydrobiologia 776: 261–276. [DataSupplementary Information]

Joppa, L.N., Boyd, J.W., Duke, C.S., Hampton, S., Jackson, S.T., Jacobs, K.L., Kassam, K.S., Mooney, H.A., Ogden, L.A., Ruckelshaus, M., and Shogren, J.F. 2016. Government: Plan for ecosystem servicesScience 351: 1037–1037.

Izmest’eva, L.R., M.V. Moore, S.E. Hampton, C. J. Ferwerda, D.K. Gray, K.H. Woo, H. V. Pislegina, L. S. Krashchuk, S. V. Simaraeva, E.A. Silow. 2016. Lake-wide physical and biological trends associated with warming in Lake BaikalJ. Great Lakes Research 42: 6-17.

O’Reilly, C.M., S. Sharma, D.K. Gray, S.E. Hampton, et al. (64 authors). 2015Rapid and highly variable warming of lakes around the globeGeophysical Research Letters 42:10,773–10,781. [WSU Press Release 16 Dec 2015] [CIRMOUNT Brevia overview May 2016]

Katz, S.L., L.R. Izmest’eva, S.E. Hampton, T. Ozersky, K. Shchapov, M.V. Moore, S.V. Shimaraeva and E.A. Silow. 2015. The “Melosira years” of Lake Baikal: Winter environmental conditions at ice onset predict under-ice algal blooms in springLimnology and Oceanography 60: 1950–1964.

Hampton, S.E., S. Anderson, S.C. Bagby, C. Gries, X. Han, E. Hart, M.B. Jones, W.C. Lenhardt, A. MacDonald, W. Michener, J.F. Mudge, A. Pourmokhtarian, M.P. Schildhauer, K.H. Woo, and N. Zimmerman. 2015. The Tao of open science in ecologyEcosphere: 6:art120.

Sharma, S. et al. (75 authors) 2015. A global database of lake surface temperatures collected by in situ and satellite methods from 1985–2009Scientific Data, 2: 150008. doi:10.1038/sdata.2015.8

Hampton, S.E., M.V. Moore, T. Ozersky, E.H. Stanley, C.M. Polashenski, and A.W.E. Galloway. 2015. Heating up a cold subject: prospects for under-ice plankton research in lakes. Journal of Plankton Research 37: 277–284.

Francis, T.B. E. Wolkovich, S.E. Hampton, M.D. Scheuerell, S.L. Katz, and E.E. Holmes. 2014. Shifting regimes and changing interactions in the Lake Washington, USA, plankton community from 1962–1994. PLoS ONE 9(10): e110363. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0110363.

Langen, T.A., T. Mourad, B. Grant, W.K. Gram, B.J. Abraham, D.S. Fernandez, M. Carroll, A. Nuding, and S.E. Hampton. 2014Opportunities and challenges in using large public data sets in the undergraduate ecology classroomFrontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12: 362-363.

Anderson, S.S., et al. (24 authors) 2014. Understanding and properly interpreting the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Blowout. In: Oil Spill Remediation: Colloid Chemistry-Based Principles and Solutions (eds. Somasundaran, P., Farinato, R.S. & Papadopoulos, K.). John Wiley & Sons, Inc, pp. 19–57.

Hampton, S.E., D.K. Gray, L.R. Izmest’eva, M.V. Moore, and T. Ozersky. 2014The rise and fall of plankton: long-term changes in the vertical distribution of algae and grazers in Lake Baikal, Siberia. PLoS ONE 9(2): e88920. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0088920

Tewksbury, J.J., et al. (19 authors) 2014Natural history’s place in science and societyBioScience 64(4): 300-310.

Hampton, S.E. 2013. Understanding lakes near and far. Science 342: 815-816.

Hampton, S.E., E.E. Holmes, D.E. Pendleton, L.P. Scheef, M.D. Scheuerell, and E.J. Ward. 2013. Quantifying effects of abiotic and biotic drivers on community dynamics with multivariate autoregressive (MAR) models. Ecology 94: 2663–2669.
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Scheef, L.P., S.E. Hampton, and L.R. Izmest’eva. 2013. Inferring plankton community structure from marine and freshwater long-term data using multivariate autoregressive models. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 11:475-484.

Hampton, S.E., C. Strasser, A. Batcheller, W. Gram, C. Duke, J. Tewksbury, and J. Porter. 2013. Big data and the future of ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11: 156–162.

Strasser, C.A. and S.E. Hampton. 2012. The Fractured Lab Notebook: Undergraduates and Ecological Data Management Training in the United States. Ecosphere3:art116.

Peterson, C.H. et al. 2012. A tale of two spills: novel science and policy implications of an emerging new oil spill modelBioScience 62: 461-469.
Response to Comment on Peterson et al.

Nuding, A. and S. Hampton. 2012. Investigating human impacts on stream ecology: locally and nationally. Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology 8 [online]3:art116.

Scheef, L.P., D.E. Pendleton, S.E. Hampton, S.L. Katz, E.E. Holmes, M.D. Scheuerell, and D.G. Johns. 2012. Assessing marine plankton community structure from long-term monitoring data with multivariate autoregressive (MAR) models: a comparison of fixed station vs. spatially distributed sampling data. Limnology & Oceanography: Methods 10: 54-64.

Hampton, S.E., and J.N. Parker. 2011. Collaboration and productivity in scientific synthesis. BioScience 61: 900-910.

Katz, S.L., S.E. Hampton, L.R. Izmest’eva, and M.V. Moore. 2011. Long-distance climate teleconnection deciphered through non-stationary long-term environmental data in Siberia. PLoS ONE 6(2): e14688. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014688

Hampton, S.E., S.C. Fradkin, P.R. Leavitt, and E.E. Rosenberger. 2011. Disproportionate importance of nearshore habitat for the food web of a deep oligotrophic lake. Marine & Freshwater Research 62: 350-358.

Pace, M.L., S.E. Hampton, K.E. Limburg, E.M. Bennett, E.M. Cook, A.E. Davis, J.M. Grove, K.Y. Kaneshiro, S.L. LaDeau, G.E. Likens, D. McKnight, D.C. Richardson, and D.L. Strayer. 2010. Communicating with the public: opportunities and rewards for individual ecologists. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6(8): 292-298.

Saha, N., G. Aditya, A. Bal, G.K. Saha, and S.E. Hampton. 2010. Opportunistic foraging by heteropteran mosquito predators. Aquatic Ecology 44(1): 167-176.

Moore, M.V., S.E. Hampton, L.R. Izmest’eva, E.A. Silow, E.V. Peshkova, and B.K. Pavlov. 2009. Climate change and the world’s “Sacred Sea” – Lake Baikal, Siberia.BioScience 59(5): 405-417.
Representative Press: CNN

Hampton, S.E., L.R. Izmest’eva, M.V. Moore, S.L. Katz, and E.A. Silow. 2008. Sixty years of environmental change in the world’s largest freshwater lake – Lake Baikal, Siberia. Global Change Biology 14: 1947-1958.
Representative Press: New York Times

Rosenberger, E.E., S.E. Hampton, S.C. Fradkin, B.P. Kennedy. 2008. Effects of shoreline development on the nearshore environment in large deep oligotrophic lakes. Freshwater Biology 53(8): 1673-1691.

Hampton, S.E., M.D. Scheuerell, and D.E. Schindler. 2006. Coalescence in the Lake Washington story: interaction strengths in a planktonic food web. Limnology & Oceanography 51: 2042-2051.

Izmest’eva, L., M.V. Moore, and S.E. Hampton. 2006. Seasonal dynamics of common phytoplankton in Lake Baikal. Proceedings of Samara Russian Academy of Sciences Scientific Centre 8(3): 191-196.

Hampton, S.E., and D.E. Schindler. 2006. Empirical evaluation of observation scale effects in community time series. Oikos 113: 424-439.

Hampton, S.E., P. Romare, and D.E. Seiler. 2006. Environmentally controlled Daphnia spring increase with implications for sockeye salmon fry in Lake Washington, USA. Journal of Plankton Research 28: 399-406.

Hampton, S.E. 2005. Increased niche differentiation between two Conochilus species over 33 years of climate change and food web alteration. Limnology & Oceanography 50: 421-426.

Jeppesen, E., et al. (29 contributors). 2005. Lake responses to reduce nutrient loading – an analysis of contemporary long-term data from 35 case studies. Freshwater Biology 50: 1747-1771.

Hampton, S.E. 2004. Habitat overlap of enemies: temporal patterns and the role of spatial complexity. Oecologia 138: 475-484.

Hampton, S.E., and I.C. Duggan. 2003. Diel habitat shifts of macrofauna in a fishless pond. Marine & Freshwater Research 54(7): 797-805.

Hampton, S.E., and N.A. Friedenberg. 2002. Nocturnal increases in the use of near-surface water by pond animals. Hydrobiologia 477: 171-179.

Gilbert, J.J., and S.E. Hampton. 2001. Diel vertical migrations of zooplankton in a shallow, fishless pond: a possible avoidance-response cascade induced by notonectids. Freshwater Biology 46(5): 611-621.

Hampton, S.E., and J.J. Gilbert. 2001. Observations of insect predation on rotifers. Hydrobiologia 446/447: 115-121.

Hampton, S.E., J.J. Gilbert, and C.W. Burns. 2000. Direct and indirect effects of juvenile Buenoa macrotibialis (Hemiptera: Notonectidae) on the zooplankton of a shallow fishless pond. Limnology & Oceanography 45(4): 1006-1012.

Hampton, S.E. 1998. Morphotype-specific predation in the trimorphic rotifer Asplanchna silvestriiHydrobiologia 387/388: 437-444.

Hampton, S.E., and P.L. Starkweather. 1998. Differences in predation among morphotypes of the rotifer Asplanchna silvestrii. Freshwater Biology 40(4): 595-605.

Non Peer Reviewed

Hampton, S. E., S. M. Powers, S. P. Devlin, and D. M. McKnight. 2020. Big questions, few answers about what happens under lake ice. Eos 101:

Hampton, S.E. (with B.C. Clark). 2020. A natural understanding. Washington MagazineSummer 2020.

Pollard, A.I., Hampton, S.E., Leech, D.M. 2018. The promise and potential of continental‐scale limnology using the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Lakes Assessment. Limnology & Oceanography Bulletin. DOI 10.1002/lob.10238

Hampton, S.E., et al. 2017. Best practices for virtual participation in meetings: experiences from synthesis centersThe Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 98: 57–63. doi:10.1002/bes2.1290.

Hampton, S.E., Gray, D., Sharma, S., and O’Reilly, C.M. 2016. Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe. Mountain Views Chronicle10(1): 5-8.

Powers, S.M., and S.E. Hampton. 2016. Winter limnology as a new frontierLimnology and Oceanography Bulletin 25(4): 103–108.

Hampton, S.E. and E.H. Stanley. 2013. Long-term perspectives on lake science and management. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 22(3): 74-75.

Hampton, S.E., C.A. Strasser, and J.J. Tewksbury. 2013. Growing Pains: Taking Ecology into the 21st Century. BioScience 63(2): 69-71. doi:10.1525/bio.2013.63.2.2.

Hampton, S.E., J.J. Tewksbury, and C.A. Strasser. 2012. Ecological data in the Information Age. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10 (2): 59.

Hampton, S.E., and T.A. Wheeler. 2011. Fostering the rebirth of natural history. Biology Letters. Online Early 31 Aug 2011.

Schindler, D.E., and S.E. Hampton. 2004. Book review – Regime Shifts in Lake Ecosystems: Patterns and Processes by Stephen R. Carpenter. Quarterly Review of Biology 79(4): 445.

Wilson, K.A. and S.E. Hampton. 2004. Teaching tips for new professors. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 85(2): 56-64.