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Nelson Hairston

Carey, Cayelan C., Kathryn L. Cottingham, Nelson G. Hairston, and Kathleen C. Weathers. 2014. “Trophic State Mediates The Effects Of A Large Colonial Cyanobacterium On Phytoplankton Dynamics”. Fundamental And Applied Limnology / Archiv Für Hydrobiologie 184 (4): 247 - 260. doi:10.1127/1863-9135/2014/0492.
Carey, Cayelan C., Kathryn L. Cottingham, Kathleen C. Weathers, Jennifer A. Brentrup, N. M. Ruppertsberger, Holly A. Ewing, and Nelson G. Hairston. 2014. “Experimental Blooms Of The Cyanobacterium Gloeotrichia Echinulata Increase Phytoplankton Biomass, Richness And Diversity In An Oligotrophic Lake”. Journal Of Plankton Research 36 (2): 364 - 377. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbt105.
Hairston, Nelson G., and Gene E. Likens. 2009. “The Legacy Of James G. Needham: A Century Of Limnology At Cornell University And The First Course On Limnology In The Americas”. Aslo Bulletin 18: 30-32.
Post, D.M., Michael L. Pace, and Nelson G. Hairston. 2000. “Ecosystem Size Determines Food-Chain Length In Lakes”. Nature 405: 1047-1049.
Lewis, W.M., E.J. Fee, Gene E. Likens, S.W. Chisholm, Nelson G. Hairston, S.T. Threlkeld, C. F. D'Elia, J.E. Hobbie, and R.G. Wetzel. 1995. “Challenges For Limnology In The United States And Canada: An Assessment Of The Discipline In The 1990'S”. Report Of The American Society Of Limnology And Oceanography Challenges For Limnology Committee. Special Edition of ASLO Bulletin.