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Drivers and Management Implications of Long-Term Cisco Oxythermal Habitat Decline in Lake Mendota, WI, Magee, Madeline R., McIntyre Peter B., Hanson Paul C., and Wu Chin H. , Environmental Management, Jan-13-2019, (2019)
Effects of changing climate on ice cover in three morphometrically different lakes, Magee, Madeline R., and Wu Chin H. , Hydrological Processes, Aug-27-2016, Volume 31, Issue 2, p.308 - 323, (2017)
Modeling oxythermal stress for cool-water fishes in lakes using a cumulative dosage approach, Magee, Madeline R., McIntyre Peter B., and Wu Chin H. , Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Oct-6-2017, p.1 - 10, (2017)
Response of water temperatures and stratification to changing climate in three lakes with different morphometry, Magee, Madeline R., and Wu Chin H. , Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Dec-11-2017, Volume 21, Issue 12, p.6253 - 6274, (2017)
Scientific advances and adaptation strategies for Wisconsin lakes facing climate change, Magee, Madeline R., Hein Catherine L., Walsh Jake R., P. Shannon Danielle, M. Zanden Jake Vander, Campbell Timothy B., Hansen Gretchen J. A., Hauxwell Jennifer, LaLiberte Gina D., Parks Timothy P., et al. , Lake and Reservoir Management, Jun-21-2019, p.1 - 18, (2019)
Trends and abrupt changes in 104 years of ice cover and water temperature in a dimictic lake in response to air temperature, wind speed, and water clarity drivers, Magee, Madeline R., Wu Chin H., Robertson Dale M., Lathrop Richard C., and Hamilton David P. , Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, May-03-2016, Volume 20, Issue 5, p.1681 - 1702, (2016)
Widespread loss of lake ice around the Northern Hemisphere in a warming world, Sharma, Sapna, Blagrave Kevin, Magnuson John J., O’Reilly Catherine M., Oliver Samantha, Batt Ryan D., Magee Madeline R., Straile Dietmar, Weyhenmeyer Gesa A., Winslow Luke, et al. , Nature Climate Change, Jan-03-2019, Volume 9, Issue 3, p.227 - 231, (2019)