Sapna Sharma
Sapna Sharma
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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
7622015
Will northern fish populations be in hot water because of climate change?
S Sharma, DA Jackson, CK Minns, BJ Shuter
Global Change Biology 13 (10), 2052-2064, 2007
2482007
Analysis of abrupt transitions in ecological systems
BT Bestelmeyer, AM Ellison, WR Fraser, KB Gorman, SJ Holbrook, ...
Ecosphere 2 (12), 2011
2392011
Ecology under lake ice
SE Hampton, AWE Galloway, SM Powers, T Ozersky, KH Woo, RD Batt, ...
Ecology letters 20 (1), 98-111, 2017
2022017
Carbon storage in successional and plantation forest soils: a tropical analysis
E Marín‐Spiotta, S Sharma
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (1), 105-117, 2013
1572013
Widespread loss of lake ice around the Northern Hemisphere in a warming world
S Sharma, K Blagrave, JJ Magnuson, CM O’Reilly, S Oliver, RD Batt, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (3), 227-231, 2019
1532019
A global database of lake surface temperatures collected by in situ and satellite methods from 1985–2009
S Sharma, DK Gray, JS Read, CM O’reilly, P Schneider, A Qudrat, C Gries, ...
Scientific data 2 (1), 1-19, 2015
1392015
Impacts of climate change on the seasonal distribution of migratory caribou
S Sharma, S Couturier, SD Cote
Global change biology 15 (10), 2549-2562, 2009
1192009
Global lake responses to climate change
RI Woolway, BM Kraemer, JD Lenters, CJ Merchant, CM O’Reilly, ...
Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 1 (8), 388-403, 2020
842020
Comparing climate change and species invasions as drivers of coldwater fish population extirpations
S Sharma, MJ Vander Zanden, JJ Magnuson, J Lyons
Plos One 6 (8), e22906, 2011
712011
Direct observations of ice seasonality reveal changes in climate over the past 320–570 years
S Sharma, JJ Magnuson, RD Batt, LA Winslow, J Korhonen, Y Aono
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-11, 2016
702016
Commonly rare and rarely common: comparing population abundance of invasive and native aquatic species
GJA Hansen, MJ Vander Zanden, MJ Blum, MK Clayton, EF Hain, ...
PLoS One 8 (10), e77415, 2013
692013
Invasion success and impact of an invasive fish, round goby, in G reat L akes tributaries
MS Kornis, S Sharma, M Jake Vander Zanden
Diversity and Distributions 19 (2), 184-198, 2013
672013
The role of environmental and spatial processes in structuring native and non‐native fish communities across thousands of lakes
S Sharma, P Legendre, M De Cáceres, D Boisclair
Ecography 34 (5), 762-771, 2011
632011
The relative role of environmental, spatial, and land-use patterns in explaining aquatic macrophyte community composition
A Mikulyuk, S Sharma, S Van Egeren, E Erdmann, ME Nault, J Hauxwell
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68 (10), 1778-1789, 2011
612011
Transparency, geomorphology and mixing regime explain variability in trends in lake temperature and stratification across Northeastern North America (1975–2014)
DC Richardson, SJ Melles, RM Pilla, AL Hetherington, LB Knoll, ...
Water 9 (6), 442, 2017
582017
Empirical modelling of lake water‐temperature relationships: a comparison of approaches
S Sharma, SC Walker, DA Jackson
Freshwater biology 53 (5), 897-911, 2008
582008
Quantifying the potential effects of climate change and the invasion of smallmouth bass on native lake trout populations across Canadian lakes
S Sharma, DA Jackson, CK Minns
Ecography 32 (3), 517-525, 2009
522009
Predicting smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu) occurrence across North America under climate change: a comparison of statistical approaches
S Sharma, DA Jackson
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65 (3), 471-481, 2008
462008
Historical trends, drivers, and future projections of ice phenology in small north temperate lakes in the Laurentian Great Lakes Region
BA Hewitt, LS Lopez, KM Gaibisels, A Murdoch, SN Higgins, ...
Water 10 (1), 70, 2018
452018
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