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Jordan Read

Winslow, Luke, Jacob A. Zwart, Ryan D. Batt, Hilary A. Dugan, Iestyn Woolway, Jessica R. Corman, Paul C. Hanson, and Jordan S. Read. 2016. “Lakemetabolizer: An R Package For Estimating Lake Metabolism From Free-Water Oxygen Using Diverse Statistical Models”. Inland Waters 6 (4): 622-636.
Dugan, Hilary A., Iestyn Woolway, Arianto B. Santoso, Jessica R. Corman, Aline Jaimes, Emily R. Nodine, Vijay P. Patil, et al. 2016. “Consequences Of Gas Flux Model Choice On The Interpretation Of Metabolic Balance Across 15 Lakes”. Inland Waters 6. THE FERRY HOUSE, FAR SAWREY, AMBLESIDE, CUMBRIA LA22 0LP, ENGLAND: FRESHWATER BIOLOGICAL ASSOC: 581-592. doi:10.5268/IW-6.4.836.
Woolway, Iestyn, Ian D. Jones, D. Hamilton, Stephen C. Maberly, Kohji Muraoka, Jordan S. Read, Robyn L. Smyth, and Luke Winslow. 2015. “Automated Calculation Of Surface Energy Fluxes With High-Frequency Lake Buoy Data”. Environmental Modelling & Software 70: 191 - 198. doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2015.04.013.
Solomon, Christopher T., S. E. Jones, Brian C. Weidel, I. Buffam, M.L. Fork, J. Karlsson, S. Larsen, et al. 2015. “Ecosystem Consequences Of Changing Inputs Of Terrestrial Dissolved Organic Matter To Lakes: Current Knowledge And Future Challenges”. Ecosystems 18: 376-389. doi:10.1007/s10021-015-9848-y.
Hamilton, D., Cayelan C. Carey, L. Arvola, P. Arzberger, C.A. Brewer, Jonathan J. Cole, E. Gaiser, et al. 2015. “A Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (Gleon) For Synthesising High–Frequency Sensor Data For Validation Of Deterministic Ecological Models”. Inland Waters 5 (1): 49 - 56. doi:10.5268/IW-5.1.566.
Rose, Kevin C., Luke Winslow, Jordan S. Read, Emily K. Read, Christopher T. Solomon, Rita Adrian, and Paul C. Hanson. 2014. “Improving The Precision Of Lake Ecosystem Metabolism Estimates By Identifying Predictors Of Model Uncertainty”. Limnology And Oceanography-Methods 12. Waco, Texas: AMER SOC LIMNOLOGY OCEANOGRAPHY: 303-312. doi:10.4319/lom.2014.12.303.
Read, Jordan S., and Jonathan J. Cole. 2012. “Lake-Size Dependency Of Wind Shear And Convection As Controls On Gas Exchange”. Geophys. Res. Lett. 39. doi:10.1029/2012GL051886.