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Karl Edward Havens (1957–2019)

  • Erik JeppesenEmail author
  • Charles F. Sidman
  • Gaohua Ji
  • Koen Martens

The 10 most recent and 10 most cited publications by Karl Havens

  1. Beklioglu, M., M. Meerhoff, T. A. Davidson, K. A. Ger, K. Havens & B. Moss, 2016. Preface: Shallow lakes in a fast changing world. Hydrobiologia 778: 9–11.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. Conley, D. J., H. W. Paerl, R. W. Howarth, D. F. Boesch, S. P. Seitzinger, K. E. Havens, C. Lancelot & G. E. Likens, 2009. Controlling eutrophication: nitrogen and phosphorus. Science 323: 1014–1015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Havens, K. E., 1992. Scale and structure in natural food webs. Science 257: 1107–1109.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Havens, K. E., 2008. Cyanobacterial blooms: effects on aquatic ecosystems. In: Hudnell HK (ed) Cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms: state of the science and research needs. Springer, New York, pp 733–746.Google Scholar
  5. Havens, K., 2017. Climate change: Effects on salinity in Florida’s estuaries and responses of oysters, seagrass, and other animal and plant life. University of Florida.Google Scholar
  6. Havens, K. & E. Jeppesen, 2018. Ecological responses of lakes to climate change. Water 10(7): 917.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  7. Havens, K. E. & G. Ji, 2018. Multiyear oscillations in depth affect water quality in Lake Apopka. Inland Waters: 8(1).Google Scholar
  8. Havens, K. E., T. Fukushima, P. Xie, T. Iwakuma, R. T. James, N. Takamura, T. Hanazato & Yamamoto, 2001. Nutrient dynamics and the eutrophication of shallow lakes. Environmental Pollution 111: 263–272.Google Scholar
  9. Havens, K. E., J. Hauxwell, A. C. Tyler, S. Thomas, K. J. McGlathery, J. Cebrian, I. Valiela, A. D. Steinman & S. J. Hwang, 2001. Complex interactions between autotrophs in shallow marine and freshwater ecosystems: implications for community responses to nutrient stress. Environmental Pollution 113: 95–107.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  10. Havens, K. E., K. R. Jin, A. J. Rodusky, B. Sharfstein, M. A. Brady, T. L. East, N. Iricanin, R. T. James, M. C. Harwell & A. D. Steinman, 2001. Hurricane effects on a shallow lake ecosystem and its response to a controlled manipulation of water level. The Scientific World 1: 44–70.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  11. Havens, K. E., R. T. James, T. L. East & V. H. Smith, 2003. N:P ratios, light limitation, and cyanobacterial dominance in a subtropical lake impacted by non-point source nutrient pollution. Environmental Pollution 122: 379–390.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  12. Havens, K. E., G. Ji, J. R. Beaver, R. S. Fulton & C. E. Teacher, 2019. Dynamics of cyanobacteria blooms are linked to the hydrology of shallow Florida lakes and provide insight into possible impacts of climate change. Hydrobiologia 828(1): 43–59.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  13. Jeppesen, E., M. Søndergaard, J. P. Jensen, K. E. Havens, O. Anneville, l. Carvalho, M. F. Coveney, R. Deneke, M. T. Dokulil, B. Foy, D. Gerdeaux, S. E. Hampton, S. Hilt, K. Kangur, J. Köhler, E.H.R.R lammens, T. L. Lauridsen, M. Manca, M. R. Miracle, B. Moss, P. Noges, G. Persson, G. Phillips, R. Portielje, S. Romo, C L. Schelske, D. Straile, I. Tatrai, E. Willen & M. Winder, 2005. Lake responses to reduced nutrient loading an analysis of contemporary long-term data from 35 case studies. Freshwater Biology 50: 1747–1771.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  14. Ji, G., & K. Havens, 2019. Periods of extreme shallow depth hinder but do not stop long-term improvements of water quality in Lake Apopka, Florida (USA). Water 11(3): 538.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  15. Ji, G., K. Havens, J. Beaver & R. Fulton III, 2017. Response of zooplankton to climate variability: Droughts create a perfect storm for cladocerans in shallow eutrophic lakes. Water 9(10): 764.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  16. Moss, B., S. Kosten, M. Meerhoff, R. W. Battarbee, E. Jeppesen, N. Mazzeo, K. Havens, G. Lacerot, Z. Liu, L. De Meester, H. Paerl & M. Scheffer, 2011. Allied attack: climate change and eutrophication. Inland Waters 1:2: 101–105.Google Scholar
  17. O’Reilly, C. M., S. Sharma, D. K. Gray, S. E. Hampton, J. S. Read, R. J. Rowley, P. Schneider, J. D. Lenters, P. B. McIntyre, B. M. Kraemer et al., 2015. Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe. Geophysical Research Letters 42(24): 10773–10781.Google Scholar
  18. Paerl, H., J. Thad Scott, M. Mccarthy, S. E. Newell, W. Gardner, K. Havens, D. Hoffman, S. Wilhelm & W. Wurtsbaugh, 2016. It takes two to tango: When and where dual nutrient (N & P) reductions are needed to protect lakes and downstream ecosystems. Environmental Science & Technology 50(20): 10805–10813.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  19. Paerl, H. W., K. E. Havens, S. Hall Nathan, T. G. Otten, M. Zhu, H. Xu, G. Zhu & B. Qin, 2019. Mitigating a global expansion of toxic cyanobacterial blooms: confounding effects and challenges posed by climate change. Marine and Freshwater Research. Scholar
  20. Pinto-Coelho, R. P., B. P. Pinel-Allou, G. Méthot & K. E. Havens, 2005. Crustacean zooplankton in lakes and reservoirs of temperate and tropical regions: Variation with trophic status. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62: 348–361.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

Other publications

  1. Researchgate/net/profile/Karl_Havens.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of BioscienceAarhus UniversitySilkeborgDenmark
  2. 2.Florida Sea Grant, University of FloridaGainesvilleUSA
  3. 3.Shanghai Ocean UniversityNanhui New CityPeople’s Republic of China
  4. 4.Operational Directorate Natural EnvironmentRoyal Belgian Institute of Natural SciencesBrusselsBelgium
  5. 5.Department BiologyUniversity of GhentGhentBelgium

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