Bridget Deemer
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Greenhouse gas emissions from reservoir water surfaces: a new global synthesis
BR Deemer, JA Harrison, S Li, JJ Beaulieu, T DelSontro, N Barros, ...
BioScience 66 (11), 949-964, 2016
Key differences between lakes and reservoirs modify climate signals: A case for a new conceptual model
NM Hayes, BR Deemer, JR Corman, NR Razavi, KE Strock
Limnology and Oceanography Letters 2 (2), 47-62, 2017
Reservoir water-level drawdowns accelerate and amplify methane emission
JA Harrison, BR Deemer, MK Birchfield, MT O’Malley
Environmental science & technology 51 (3), 1267-1277, 2017
Microbial dinitrogen and nitrous oxide production in a small eutrophic reservoir: An in situ approach to quantifying hypolimnetic process rates
BR Deemer, JA Harrison, EW Whitling
Limnology and oceanography 56 (4), 1189-1199, 2011
Methane emissions from artificial waterbodies dominate the carbon footprint of irrigation: a study of transitions in the food–energy–water–climate nexus (Spain, 1900–2014)
E Aguilera, J Vila-Traver, BR Deemer, J Infante-Amate, GI Guzman, ...
Environmental science & technology 53 (9), 5091-5101, 2019
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
Are elusive anaerobic pathways key methane sinks in eutrophic lakes and reservoirs?
DC Reed, BR Deemer, S van Grinsven, JA Harrison
Biogeochemistry 134 (1), 29-39, 2017
Chemical mixing in the bottom boundary layer of a eutrophic reservoir: The effects of internal seiching on nitrogen dynamics
BR Deemer, SM Henderson, JA Harrison
Limnology and Oceanography 60 (5), 1642-1655, 2015
Vertical propagation of lakewide internal waves
SM Henderson, BR Deemer
Geophysical research letters 39 (6), 2012
Elevated nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations in urbanizing southwest Washington streams
B Deemer, K Goodwin, T Lee, MK Birchfield, K Dallavis, J Emerson, ...
Northwest Science 86 (4), 237-247, 2012
Calcite precipitation in Lake Powell reduces alkalinity and total salt loading to the Lower Colorado River Basin
BR Deemer, EG Stets, CB Yackulic
Limnology and Oceanography 65 (7), 1439-1455, 2020
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
Changes in prey, turbidity, and competition reduce somatic growth and cause the collapse of a fish population
J Korman, MD Yard, MC Dzul, CB Yackulic, MJ Dodrill, BR Deemer, ...
Ecological Monographs 91 (1), e01427, 2021
Virtual networking between editors and early career scientists: benefits, silver linings, and lessons learned
BR Deemer, S Hotaling, K Poulson‐Ellestad, LJ Falkenberg, JE Cloern
Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 29 (4), 141-144, 2020
Summer redox dynamics in a eutrophic reservoir and sensitivity to a summer’s end drawdown event
BR Deemer, JA Harrison
Ecosystems 22 (7), 1618-1632, 2019
History of sharptailed grouse (Tympanuchus phasianellus) at Seney National Wildlife Refuge and surrounding areas, Schoolcraft County, Michigan
EB Losey, BR Deemer, RG Corace III
Passenger Pigeon 69, 339-348, 2007
Spatiotemporal methane emission from global reservoirs
MS Johnson, E Matthews, D Bastviken, B Deemer, J Du, V Genovese
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, e2021JG006305, 2021
Engaging the next generation of editorial talent through a hands-on fellowship model
BR Deemer, S Hotaling, K Poulson-Ellestad, LJ Falkenberg, JE Cloern, ...
Ecology Letters, 2021
Lake and Reservoir Management Made a Splash at the 2016 ASLO Summer Meeting
JR Corman, BR Deemer, NM Hayes, I Gregory‐Eaves, NR Razavi, ...
Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 25 (4), 133-134, 2016
Geographically paired lake-reservoir dataset derived from the 2007 USA EPA National Lakes Assessment
J Corman, B Deemer, K Strock, N Hayes, R Razavi
Environmental Data Initiative, 2016
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