Meredith A. Holgerson
Meredith A. Holgerson
Asst. Professor, Cornell University
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Large contribution to inland water CO2 and CH4 emissions from very small ponds
MA Holgerson, PA Raymond
Nature Geoscience 9 (3), 222-226, 2016
3982016
Learning to lead: evaluating leadership and organizational learning
MA Atwood, JW Mora, AW Kaplan
Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 2010
882010
Drivers of carbon dioxide and methane supersaturation in small, temporary ponds
MA Holgerson
Biogeochemistry 124 (1), 305-318, 2015
652015
Reconciling the role of terrestrial leaves in pond food webs: a whole‐ecosystem experiment
MA Holgerson, DM Post, DK Skelly
Ecology 97 (7), 1771-1782, 2016
282016
Movement orientation by adult and juvenile wood frogs (Rana sylvatica) and American toads (Bufo americanus) over multiple years
RN Homan, MA Atwood, AJ Dunkle, SB Karr
Herpetological Conservation and Biology 5 (1), 64-72, 2010
212010
Half of global methane emissions come from highly variable aquatic ecosystem sources
JA Rosentreter, AV Borges, BR Deemer, MA Holgerson, S Liu, C Song, ...
Nature Geoscience 14 (4), 225-230, 2021
202021
Gas transfer velocities in small forested ponds
MA Holgerson, ER Farr, PA Raymond
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 122 (5), 1011-1021, 2017
192017
Creating temporary pools as wetland mitigation: how well do they function?
MB Kolozsvary, MA Holgerson
Wetlands 36 (2), 335-345, 2016
142016
Substantial overnight reaeration by convective cooling discovered in pond ecosystems
MA Holgerson, CJ Zappa, PA Raymond
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (15), 8044-8051, 2016
122016
Suburbanization alters small pond ecosystems: shifts in nitrogen and food web dynamics
MA Holgerson, MR Lambert, LK Freidenburg, DK Skelly
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75 (4), 641-652, 2018
82018
Effects of euthanasia method on stable‐carbon and stable‐nitrogen isotope analysis for an ectothermic vertebrate
MA Atwood
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 27 (8), 909-913, 2013
82013
A Long-term Demographic Study of a Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum) Population in Central Ohio
RN Homan, MA Holgerson, LM Biga
Herpetologica 74 (2), 109-116, 2018
72018
Drivers of methane flux differ between lakes and reservoirs, complicating global upscaling efforts
BR Deemer, MA Holgerson
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 126 (4), e2019JG005600, 2021
42021
Floodplains provide important amphibian habitat despite multiple ecological threats
MA Holgerson, A Duarte, MP Hayes, MJ Adams, JA Tyson, KA Douville, ...
Ecosphere 10 (9), e02853, 2019
32019
Ecological dissertations in the aquatic sciences: an effective networking and professional development opportunity for early career aquatic scientists
PT Kelly, T Bell, AJ Reisinger, TL Spanbauer, LE Bortolotti, JA Brentrup, ...
Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 26 (2), 25-30, 2017
22017
Small artificial waterbodies are widespread and persistent emitters of methane and carbon dioxide
M Peacock, J Audet, D Bastviken, S Cook, CD Evans, A Grinham, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (20), 5109-5123, 2021
12021
Integrating ecosystem metabolism and consumer allochthony reveals nonlinear drivers in lake organic matter processing
MA Holgerson, RA Hovel, PT Kelly, LE Bortolotti, JA Brentrup, AR Bellamy, ...
Limnology and Oceanography, 2021
2021
Aquatic Ecosystems are the Most Uncertain but Potentially Largest Source of Methane on Earth
JA Rosentreter, AV Borges, PA Raymond, B Deemer, M Holgerson, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, B038-0001, 2020
2020
Aquatic Ecosystems are the Largest Source of Methane on Earth
JA Rosentreter, A Borges, PA Raymond, BR Deemer, M Holgerson, S Liu, ...
2020
Methane Emissions across Aquatic Ecosystems-From Headwater Streams to the Open Ocean
JA Rosentreter, A Borges, PA Raymond, BR Deemer, M Holgerson, S Liu, ...
2019
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