Craig Stow
Craig Stow
NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory
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A Bayesian network of eutrophication models for synthesis, prediction, and uncertainty analysis
ME Borsuk, CA Stow, KH Reckhow
Ecological Modelling 173 (2-3), 219-239, 2004
Skill assessment for coupled biological/physical models of marine systems
CA Stow, J Jolliff, DJ McGillicuddy Jr, SC Doney, JI Allen, MAM Friedrichs, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 76 (1-2), 4-15, 2009
Macrosystems ecology: understanding ecological patterns and processes at continental scales
JB Heffernan, PA Soranno, MJ Angilletta Jr, LB Buckley, DS Gruner, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (1), 5-14, 2014
On monte carlo methods for Bayesian inference
SS Qian, CA Stow, ME Borsuk
Ecological modelling 159 (2-3), 269-277, 2003
A Bayesian hierarchical model to predict benthic oxygen demand from organic matter loading in estuaries and coastal zones
ME Borsuk, D Higdon, CA Stow, KH Reckhow
Ecological Modelling 143 (3), 165-181, 2001
Long-term changes in watershed nutrient inputs and riverine exports in the Neuse River, North Carolina
CA Stow, ME Borsuk, DW Stanley
Water Research 35 (6), 1489-1499, 2001
Patterns in body mass distributions: sifting among alternative hypotheses
CR Allen, AS Garmestani, TD Havlicek, PA Marquet, GD Peterson, ...
Ecology Letters 9 (5), 630-643, 2006
Exploring ecological patterns with structural equation modeling and Bayesian analysis
GB Arhonditsis, CA Stow, LJ Steinberg, MA Kenney, RC Lathrop, ...
Ecological Modelling 192 (3-4), 385-409, 2006
Phosphorus loading reductions needed to control blue-green algal blooms in Lake Mendota
RC Lathrop, SR Carpenter, CA Stow, PA Soranno, JC Panuska
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55 (5), 1169-1178, 1998
Eutrophication risk assessment using Bayesian calibration of process-based models: application to a mesotrophic lake
GB Arhonditsis, SS Qian, CA Stow, EC Lamon, KH Reckhow
ecological modelling 208 (2-4), 215-229, 2007
Comparison of estuarine water quality models for total maximum daily load development in Neuse River Estuary
CA Stow, C Roessler, ME Borsuk, JD Bowen, KH Reckhow
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 129 (4), 307-314, 2003
The dual role of nitrogen supply in controlling the growth and toxicity of cyanobacterial blooms
CJ Gobler, JAM Burkholder, TW Davis, MJ Harke, T Johengen, CA Stow, ...
Harmful Algae 54, 87-97, 2016
Predicting the frequency of water quality standard violations: A probabilistic approach for TMDL development
ME Borsuk, CA Stow, KH Reckhow
Environmental Science & Technology 36 (10), 2109-2115, 2002
MV Carle, PN Halpin, CA Stow
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 41 (3), 693-708, 2005
Cross‐scale interactions: quantifying multi‐scaled cause–effect relationships in macrosystems
PA Soranno, KS Cheruvelil, EG Bissell, MT Bremigan, JA Downing, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (1), 65-73, 2014
Modelling oxygen dynamics in an intermittently stratified estuary: estimation of process rates using field data
ME Borsuk, CA Stow, RA Luettich Jr, HW Paerl, JL Pinckney
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 52 (1), 33-49, 2001
Coasts, water levels, and climate change: A Great Lakes perspective
AD Gronewold, V Fortin, B Lofgren, A Clites, CA Stow, F Quinn
Climatic Change 120 (4), 697-711, 2013
Using landscape limnology to classify freshwater ecosystems for multi-ecosystem management and conservation
PA Soranno, KS Cheruvelil, KE Webster, MT Bremigan, T Wagner, ...
Bioscience 60 (6), 440-454, 2010
Seasonal zooplankton dynamics in Lake Michigan: disentangling impacts of resource limitation, ecosystem engineering, and predation during a critical ecosystem transition
HA Vanderploeg, SA Pothoven, GL Fahnenstiel, JF Cavaletto, JR Liebig, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 38 (2), 336-352, 2012
Integrated approach to total maximum daily load development for Neuse River Estuary using Bayesian probability network model (Neu-BERN)
ME Borsuk, CA Stow, KH Reckhow
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 129 (4), 271-282, 2003
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