David Hamilton
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Prediction of water quality in lakes and reservoirs. Part I—Model description
DP Hamilton, SG Schladow
Ecological Modelling 96 (1-3), 91-110, 1997
4471997
Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe
CM O'Reilly, S Sharma, DK Gray, SE Hampton, JS Read, RJ Rowley, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (24), 10,773-10,781, 2015
4182015
Eco-physiological adaptations that favour freshwater cyanobacteria in a changing climate
CC Carey, BW Ibelings, EP Hoffmann, DP Hamilton, JD Brookes
Water research 46 (5), 1394-1407, 2012
3952012
Derivation of lake mixing and stratification indices from high-resolution lake buoy data
JS Read, DP Hamilton, ID Jones, K Muraoka, LA Winslow, R Kroiss, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 26 (11), 1325-1336, 2011
2522011
Three-dimensional modelling of a Microcystis bloom event in the Swan River estuary, Western Australia
BJ Robson, DP Hamilton
Ecological Modelling 174 (1-2), 203-222, 2004
2002004
Challenges and opportunities for integrating lake ecosystem modelling approaches
WM Mooij, D Trolle, E Jeppesen, G Arhonditsis, PV Belolipetsky, ...
Aquatic Ecology 44 (3), 633-667, 2010
1972010
An empirical model for sediment resuspension in shallow lakes
DP Hamilton, SF Mitchell
Hydrobiologia 317 (3), 209-220, 1996
1951996
Prediction of water quality in lakes and reservoirs: Part II-Model calibration, sensitivity analysis and application
SG Schladow, DP Hamilton
Ecological Modelling 96 (1-3), 111-123, 1997
1771997
Wave‐induced shear stresses, plant nutrients and chlorophyll in seven shallow lakes
D HAMILTON, S MITCHELL
Freshwater biology 38 (1), 159-168, 1997
1731997
Nitrogen and phosphorus limitation of phytoplankton growth in New Zealand lakes: implications for eutrophication control
JM Abell, D Ízkundakci, DP Hamilton
Ecosystems 13 (7), 966-977, 2010
1702010
A numerical simulation of the role of zooplankton in C, N and P cycling in Lake Kinneret, Israel
LC Bruce, D Hamilton, J Imberger, G Gal, M Gophen, T Zohary, ...
Ecological Modelling 193 (3-4), 412-436, 2006
1672006
Lake‐size dependency of wind shear and convection as controls on gas exchange
JS Read, DP Hamilton, AR Desai, KC Rose, S MacIntyre, JD Lenters, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (9), 2012
1642012
Predicting the effects of climate change on trophic status of three morphologically varying lakes: Implications for lake restoration and management
D Trolle, DP Hamilton, CA Pilditch, IC Duggan, E Jeppesen
Environmental Modelling & Software 26 (4), 354-370, 2011
1642011
Ecosystem respiration: drivers of daily variability and background respiration in lakes around the globe
CT Solomon, DA Bruesewitz, DC Richardson, KC Rose, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 58 (3), 849-866, 2013
1502013
Modelling the relative importance of internal and external nutrient loads on water column nutrient concentrations and phytoplankton biomass in a shallow polymictic lake
DF Burger, DP Hamilton, CA Pilditch
Ecological Modelling 211 (3-4), 411-423, 2008
1392008
Computational aquatic ecosystem dynamics model: CAEDYM v2
MR Hipsey, JR Romero, JP Antenucci, D Hamilton
Contract Research Group, Centre for Water Research, University of Westerná…, 2006
1352006
Summer flow event induces a cyanobacterial bloom in a seasonal Western Australian estuary
BJ Robson, DP Hamilton
Marine and Freshwater Research 54 (2), 139-151, 2003
1282003
High levels of structural diversity observed in microcystins from Microcystis CAWBG11 and characterization of six new microcystin congeners
J Puddick, M Prinsep, S Wood, S Kaufononga, S Cary, D Hamilton
Marine drugs 12 (11), 5372-5395, 2014
1252014
Modelling the effect of seasonal flow variations on the position of salt wedge in a microtidal estuary
GR Kurup, DP Hamilton, JC Patterson
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 47 (2), 191-208, 1998
1241998
Simulation of vertical position of buoyancy regulating Microcystis aeruginosa in a shallow eutrophic lake
BB Wallace, MC Bailey, DP Hamilton
Aquatic Sciences 62 (4), 320-333, 2000
1152000
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