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In memoriam Peter Kilham 1943–1989

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  1. Kilham, P. and P. H. Klopfer. 1967. Black chicks and yellow chicks. The Columbia University Forum 10: 31–33.Google Scholar
  2. Kilham, P. and G. E. Likens. 1968. Penetration of light in the lakes of Grafton County, New Hampshire. New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development. Concord. 93 pp.Google Scholar
  3. Kilham, P. and P. H. Klopfer. 1968. The construct of race and the innate differential, pp. 16–29. In: Science and the Concept of Race, M. Mead, T. Dobzhansky, E. Toback and R. E. Light (eds.), Columbia University Press.Google Scholar
  4. Kilham, P., P. H. Klopfer and H. Oelke. 1968. Species identification and colour preference in chicks. Animal Behaviour 19: 238–244.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  5. Kilham, P. 1971. A hypothesis concerning silica and the freshwater planktonic diatoms. Limnology and Oceanography 16: 10–18.Google Scholar
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  7. Kilham, P. 1971. Biogeochemistry of African lakes and rivers. Ph.D. thesis, Duke University, Durham, NC. 199 pp.Google Scholar
  8. Kilham, P. and J. M. Melack. 1972. Primary northupite deposition in Lake Mahega, Uganda? Nature (Physical Science) 238: 123.Google Scholar
  9. Melack, J. M. and P. Kilham. 1972. Lake Mahega: A mesotrophic, sulfatochloride lake in western Uganda. African Journal of Tropical Hydrobiology and Fisheries 2: 141–150.Google Scholar
  10. Hecky, R. E. and P. Kilham. 1973. Diatoms in alkaline, saline lakes: Ecology and geochemical implications. Limnology and Oceanography 18: 53–71.Google Scholar
  11. Hecky, R. E., K. Mopper, P. Kilham and E. T. Degens. 1973. The amino acid and sugar composition of diatom cell walls. Marine Biology 19: 323–331.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  12. Guillard, R. R. L., P. Kilham and T. A. Jackson. 1973. Kinetics of silicon limited growth in the marine diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana Hasle and Heimdal ( = Cyclotella nana Hustedt). Journal of Phycology 9: 233–237.Google Scholar
  13. Kilham, P. and R. E. Hecky. 1973. Fluoride: Geochemical and ecological significance in East African waters and sediments. Limnology and Oceanography 18: 932–945.Google Scholar
  14. Hecky, R. E. and P. Kilham. 1974. Environmental control of phytoplankton cell size. Limnology and Oceanography 19: 361–366.Google Scholar
  15. LaBarbera, M. and P. Kilham. 1974. The chemical ecology of copepod distribution in the lakes of East and Central Africa. Limnology and Oceanography 19: 459–465.Google Scholar
  16. Melack, J. M. and P. Kilham. 1974. Photosynthetic rates of phytoplankton in East African alkaline, saline lakes. Limnology and Oceanography 19: 743–755.Google Scholar
  17. Outcalt, S. I. and P. Kilham. 1975. Modeling and annual thermal evolution of midlatitude lakes. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung fr Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 19: 1333–1338.Google Scholar
  18. Kilham, S. S. and P. Kilham. 1975. Melosira granulata (Ehr.) Ralfs: morphology and ecology of a cosmopolitan freshwater diatom. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung fr Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 19: 2716–2721.Google Scholar
  19. Titman, D. and P. Kilham. 1976. Sinking in freshwater phytoplankton: Some ecological implications of cell nutrient status and physical mixing processes. Limnology and Oceanography 21: 409–417.Google Scholar
  20. Kilham, P. and D. G. (sic) Titman [Tilman]. 1976. Some biological effects of atmospheric inputs to lakes: Nutrient ratios and competitive interactions between phytoplankton. Journal of Great Lakes Research 2(Suppl. 1): 187–191.Google Scholar
  21. Titman, D., S. S. Kilham and P. Kilham. 1976. Morphometric changes in Asterionella formosa colonies under phosphate and silicate limitation. Limnology and Oceanography 21: 883–886.Google Scholar
  22. Guillard, R. R. L. and P. Kilham. 1977. The ecology of marine planktonic diatoms, pp. 372–469. In: D. Werner [ed.] The Biology of Diatoms. Botanical Monographs, Vol. 13. Blackwell/University of California.Google Scholar
  23. Sugihara, G. and P. Kilham. 1977. The ecological importance of major ions for the diatoms Thalassiosira pseudonana Hasle and Heimdal and Navicula elkab O. Mller. Michigan Academician 9: 345–356.Google Scholar
  24. Kilham, S. S. and P. Kilham. 1978. Natural community bioassays: Predictions of results based on nutrient physiology and competition. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung fr Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 20: 68–74.Google Scholar
  25. Kilham, P., J. P. Adams and B. D. LaZerte. 1979. Seiche structure and vertical mixing below the epilimnion in small lakes. Institute of Water Resources, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, OWT-A-094-MICH, 198 pp.Google Scholar
  26. Kilham, P. and D. Tilman. 1979. The importance of resource competition and nutrient gradients for phytoplankton ecology. Archiv fr Hydrobiologie Beiheft, Ergebnisse der Limnologie 13: 110–119.Google Scholar
  27. Kilham, P. and S. S. Kilham. 1980. The evolutionary ecology of phytoplankton, pp. 571–597. In: The Physiological Ecology of Phytoplankton, I. Morris [ed.]. Studies in Ecology, Vol. 7. Blackwell/University of California.Google Scholar
  28. Kilham, P. 1981. Pelagic bacteria: Extreme abundances in African saline lakes. Naturwissenschaften 67: 380–381.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  29. Vareschi, E., J. M. Melack and P. Kilham. 1981. Saline waters, pp. 93–102. In: The Ecology and Utilization of African Inland Waters, J. J. Symoens, M. Burgis and J. J. Gaudet [eds.], United Nations Environmental Program.Google Scholar
  30. Kilham, P. 1982. The effect of hippopotamuses on potassium and phosphate ion concentrations in an African lake. American Midland Naturalist 108: 202–205.Google Scholar
  31. Melack, J. M., P. Kilham and T. R. Fisher. 1982. Responses of phytoplankton to experimental fertilization with ammonium and phosphate in an African soda lake. Oecologia 52: 321–326.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  32. Tilman, D., S. S. Kilham and P. Kilham. 1982. Phytoplankton community ecology: The role of limiting nutrients. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 13: 349–372.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  33. Kilham, P. 1982. The biogeochemistry of bog ecosystems and the chemical ecology of Sphagnum. The Michigan Botanist 21: 159–168.Google Scholar
  34. Kilham, P. 1982. Acid precipitation: Its role in the alkalization of a lake in Michigan. Limnology and Oceanography 27: 856–867.Google Scholar
  35. Roelofs, A. K. and P. Kilham. 1983. The diatom stratigraphy and paleoecology of Lake Ohrid, Yugoslavia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 42: 225–245.Google Scholar
  36. Gasse, F., J. F. Talling and P. Kilham. 1983. Diatom assemblages in East Africa: Classification, distribution, and ecology. Revue d'Hydrobiologie Tropicale. 16: 3–34.Google Scholar
  37. Tilman, D., S. S. Kilham and P. Kilham. 1984. A reply to Sell, Carney, and Fahnenstiel. Ecology 65: 228–232.Google Scholar
  38. Kilham, S. S. and P. Kilham. 1984. The importance of resource supply rates in determining phytoplankton community structure, pp. 7–27. In: Trophic Interactions Within Aquatic Ecosystems, D. G. Meyers and R. J. Strickler [eds.], American Association for the Advancement of Science Symposium Volume No. 85.Google Scholar
  39. Kilham, P. 1984. Sulfate in African inland waters: Sulfate to chloride ratios. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung fr Theoretische und Angewante Limnologie 22: 296–302.Google Scholar
  40. Kilham, P., S. S. Kilham and R. E. Hecky. 1986. Hypothesized resource relationships among African planktonic diatoms. Limnology and Oceanography 31: 1167–1179.Google Scholar
  41. National Research Council 1987. The Mono Basin Ecosystem: Effects of Changing Lake Level. P. Kilham, co-author, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. 272 pp.Google Scholar
  42. Hecky, R. E. and P. Kilham. 1988. Nutrient limitation of phytoplankton in marine and freshwater environments: A review of recent evidence on the effects of enrichment. Limnology and Oceanography 33: 796–822.Google Scholar
  43. Kilham, P. and R. E. Hecky. 1988. Comparative ecology of marine and freshwater phytoplankton. Limnology and Oceanography 33: 776–795.Google Scholar
  44. Kilham, P. and P. L. Cloke. 1990. The evolution of saline lake waters: Gradual and rapid biogeochemical pathways in the Basotu Lake District, Tanzania. Hydrobiologia 197: 35–50. Reprinted from Saline Lakes IV: Proc. 4th. Int. Symp. Athalassic (Inland) Saline Lakes, F. A. Comin and T. G. Northcote [eds.]. Developments in Hydrobiology 59. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  45. Kilham, P. The ecology of Melosira species in the Great Lakes of Africa. 28 manuscript pages + 2 tables + 3 figures. In: Ecological Structure and Function in Large Lakes, M. M. Tilzer and C. Serruya [eds.]. Sci. Tech., Madison. revised 15 Nov. 1988.Google Scholar
  46. Kilham, P. Mechanisms controlling the chemical composition of lakes and rivers: Data from Africa. Limnology and Oceanography. 4 manuscript pages + 3 figures, submitted.Google Scholar
  47. Kilham, P. and S. S. Kilham. Endless summer: Internal loading processes dominate nutrient cycling in tropical lakes. Freshwater Biology. 22 manuscript pages + 2 tables + 5 figures, accepted Oct. 1988.Google Scholar

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