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Recent publications        Selected other publications (pre 1990)         Books and Symposium Proceedings
 
302.

Charvet, S., Vincent, W.F., and Lovejoy, C. 2014. Effects of light and prey availability on high Arctic protist communities examined by high-throughput DNA and RNA sequencing. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 88: 550-564. doi: 10.1111/1574-6941.12324.


301.

Vincent, W.F., Lemay, M., Allard, M., and Wolfe, B.B. 2013. Adapting to permafrost change: A science framework. Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union 91: 373-375. doi: 10.1002/2013EO420002.


300.

Rochera, C., Fernandez Valiente, E., Van de Vijver, B., Rico, E., Vincent, W.F., Quesada, A., and Camacho, A. 2013. Community structure and photosynthetic activity of benthic biofilms from a waterfall in the maritime Antarctica. Polar Biology 36: 1709-1722.


299.

Steven, B., Kuske, C.R., Lionard, M., and Vincent, W.F. 2013. High bacterial diversity of biological soil crusts in water tracks over permafrost in the high Arctic polar desert. PLoS ONE 8(8): e71489. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0071489.


298.

Rolland, D.C., Bourget, S., Warren, A., Laurion, I. and Vincent, W.F. 2013. Extreme variability of cyanobacterial blooms in an urban drinking water supply. Journal of Plankton Research 35, doi:10.1093/plankt/fbt042.


297.

Hughes, K.A., Cary, S.C., Cowan, D.A., Lovejoy, C., Vincent, W.F. and Wilmotte, A. 2013. Pristine Antarctica: threats and protection. Antarctic Science 25: 1.


296.

Vincent, W.F., Pienitz, R., Laurion, I. and Walter Anthony, K. 2013. Climate impacts on Arctic lakes. pp 27-42 in Goldman, C.R., Kumagai, M. and Robarts, R.D. (eds). Climatic Change and Global Warming of Inland Waters: Impacts and Mitigation for Ecosystems and Societies, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, U.K.


295a.

Vincent, W.F. and Bertola, C. 2012. François Alfonse Forel and the oceanography of lakes. Archives des Sciences 65: 51-64.


295b.

Vincent, W.F. and Bertola, C. 2012. F.A. Forel et l’océanographie des lacs. In: F.D.C. Forel (éditeur), Forel et Le Léman: Aux sources de la limnologie. Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes, Lausanne, pp. 206-225.


294.

Vincent, W.F. 2012. Limnologie optique. In: F.D.C. Forel (éditeur), Forel et Le Léman: Aux sources de la limnologie. Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes, Lausanne, pp. 262-270.


293.

Vincent, W.F., Martin, D., Pienitz, R., Laurion, I.,Muir, D. Young, K., Bégin, Y. 2012. Freshwater resources in a changing environment. In: Allard, M. and Lemay, M. (eds) Integrated Regional Impact Studies. p. 137-155.


292.

Charvet, S., Vincent, W.F., Comeau, A. and Lovejoy, C. 2012. Pyrosequencing analysis of the protist communities in a High Arctic meromictic lake: DNA preservation and change. Frontiers in Microbiology 3: 422, doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2012.00422


291.

Jungblut, A.D., Vincent, W.F. and Lovejoy, C. 2012. Eukaryotes in Arctic and Antarctic cyanobacterial mats. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 82: 416–428, doi: 10.1111/j.1574-6941.2012.01414.x.


290.

Terrado, R., Scarcella, K., Thaler, M., Vincent, W.F., and Lovejoy, C. 2012. Small phytoplankton in Arctic seas: vulnerability to climate change. Biodiversity doi: 10.1080/14888386.2012.704839


289.

Quesada, A. and Vincent, W.F. 2012. Cyanobacteria in the cryosphere: snow, ice and extreme cold. In: Whitton, B.A. Ecology of Cyanobacteria II: Their Diversity in Space and Time, Springer, New York, pp. 387-399.


288.

Veillette, J., Muir, D.C.G., Antoniades, D., Small, J.M., Spencer, C., Loewen, T.N., Babaluk, J.A., Reist, J.D., and Vincent, W.F. 2012. Perfluorinated chemicals in meromictic lakes on the northern coast of Ellesmere Island, High Arctic Canada. Arctic 65: 245-256.


287.

Gantner, N., Veillette, J., Michaud, W.K. Bajno R., Muir, D. Vincent, W.F., Power, M,. Dixon, B., Reist,J.D., Hausmann, S. and Pienitz, R. 2012. Physical and biological factors affecting mercury and perfluorinated contaminants in Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus) of Pingualuit Crater Lake (Nunavik, Canada). Arctic 65: 195-206.


286.

Comeau, A. Harding, T., Garland, P.E., Vincent, W.F. and Lovejoy, C. 2012. Vertical distribution of microbial communities in a perennially stratified Arctic lake with saline, anoxic bottom waters. Scientific Reports 2: 604, doi: 10.1038/srep00604.


285.

Lionard, M., Péquin, B., Lovejoy, C. and Vincent, W.F. 2012. Benthic cyanobacterial mats in the High Arctic: Multi-layer structure and fluorescence responses to osmotic stress. Frontiers in Aquatic Microbiology 3:140. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2012.00140.


284.

Wheeler, S.M., Morrissey, L.A., Levine, S.N., Livingston, G.P., and Vincent, W.F. 2012. Mapping cyanobacterial blooms in Lake Champlain's Missisquoi Bay using QuickBird and MERIS satellite data. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38: 68-75.


283.

Charvet, S., Vincent, W.F. and Lovejoy, C.L. 2012 Chrysophytes and other protists in High Arctic lakes: molecular gene surveys, pigment signatures and microscopy. Polar Biology 35: 733-748.


282.

Vincent, W.F. and Quesada, A. 2012. Cyanobacteria in high latitude lakes, rivers and seas. In: Whitton, B. A. (ed.) Ecology of Cyanobacteria II: Their Diversity in Space and Time, Springer, New York, pp. 371-385.


281.

Varin, T, Lovejoy, C., Jungblut, A.D., Vincent, W.F., and Corbeil, J. 2012. Metagenomic analysis of stress genes in microbial mat communities from extreme Arctic and Antarctic environments. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78: 549-559.


280.

Olsen, M.S., Callaghan, T.V., Reist, J.D., Reiersen, L.O., Dahl-Jensen, D., Granskog, M.A., Goodison, B., Hovelsrud, G.K., Johanasson, M., Kallenbord, R., Key, J., Klepikov, A., Meler, W., Overland, J.E., Prowse, T.D., Sharp, M., Vincent, and Walsh, J. 2011. The changing Arctic cryosphere and its likely consequences.: An overview. Ambio 40: 111-118.


279.

Prowse, T., Alfredsen, K., Beltaos, S., Bonsal, B.R., Bowden, W.B., Duguay, C.R., Korhola, A., McNamara, J., Vincent, W.F., Vuglinsky, V., Walter Anthony, K.M., and Weyhenmeyer, G.A. 2011. Effects of changes in arctic lake and river ice. Ambio 40: 63–74.


278.

Prowse, T. Alfredsen, K., Beltaos, S., Bonsal, B., Duguay, C., Korhola, A., McNamara, J., Vincent, W.F., Vuglinsky, V., and Weyhenmeyer, G. 2011. Arctic freshwater ice and its climatic role. Ambio 40: 46–52.


277.

Prowse, T. Alfredsen, K., Beltaos, S., Bonsal, B., Duguay, C., Korhola, A., McNamara, J., Pienitz, R., Vincent, W.F., Vuglinsky, V., and Weyhenmeyer, G. 2011. Past and future changes in lake and river ice. Ambio 40: 53–62.


276.

Vincent, W.F., Callaghan, T.V., Dahl-Jensen, D., Johansson, M., Kovacs, K.M., Michel, C., Prowse, T., Reist, J.D., and Sharp, M. 2011. Ecological implications of changes in the Arctic cryosphere. Ambio 40: 87–99.


275.

Rautio, M., Dufresne, F., Laurion, I., Bonilla, S., Vincent, W.F., and Christoffersen, K. 2011. Shallow freshwater ecosystems of the circumpolar Arctic. Écoscience 18: 204-222.


274.

Bhiry, N., Delwaide, A. Allard, M., Bégin, Y., Filion, L., Lavoie, M., Payette, R. Pienitz, R., Nozais, C., Saulnier-Talbot, É., and Vincent, W.F. 2011. Environmental change in the Great Whale River region, Hudson Bay: Five decades of multi-disciplinary research by Centre d’études nordiques (CEN). Écoscience 18: 182-203.


273.

Veillette, J., Lovejoy, C., Potvin, M., Harding, T., Jungblut, A.D., Antoniades, D., Chénard, C., Suttle, C.A., and Vincent, W.F. 2011. Milne Fiord epishelf lake: a coastal Arctic ecosystem vulnerable to climate change. Ecoscience 18: 304-316.


272.

Vincent, W.F., Fortier, D., Lévesque, E., Boulanger-Lapointe, N., Tremblay, B., Sarrazin, D., Antoniades, D., and Mueller, D.R. 2011. Extreme ecosystems and geosystems in the Canadian High Arctic: Ward Hunt Island and vicinity. Ecoscience 18: 236-261.


271.

Antoniades, D., Francus, P., Pienitz, R., St. Onge, G., and Vincent, W.F. 2011. Holocene dynamics of the Arctic’s largest ice shelf. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 108: 18899-18904.


270.

Cowan, D.A., Chown, S.L., Convey, P., Tuffin, M., Hughes, K., Pointing, S., and Vincent, W.F. 2011. Non-indigenous microorganisms in the Antarctic: assessing the risks. Trends in Microbiology 19: 540-548.


269.

Terrado, R., Medrinal, E., Dasilva, C., Thaler, M., Vincent, W.F., and Lovejoy, C. 2011. Protist dynamics during the spring transition in an Arctic flaw lead ecosystem. Polar Biology 34:1901–1914.


268.

Wall, D.H., Lyons, W.B., Chown, S.L., Convey, P., Howard-Williams, C., Quesada, A. & Vincent, W.F. 2011. Long term ecosystem networks to record change: an international imperative. Antarctic Science 23: 209.


267.

Doran, P. & Vincent, W.F. 2011. Environmental protection and stewardship of subglacial aquatic environments. In: Siegert,M.J., Kennicutt II, M.C. & Bindschadler, R.A. (eds) Antarctic Subglacial Aquatic Environments. American Geophysical Union, Washington DC, Geophysical Monograph Series 192: 149-157.


266.

Harding, T., Jungblut, A.D., Lovejoy, C. & Vincent, W.F. 2011. Microbes in High Arctic snow and implications for the cold biosphere. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77: 3234-3243.


265.

Watanabe, S. Laurion, I., Pienitz, R., Chokmani, K. & Vincent, W.F. 2011. Optical diversity of thaw lakes in discontinuous permafrost: A model system for water color analysis. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences 116, G02003, doi:10.1029/2010JG001380.


264.

Antoniades, D., Michelutti, N., Quinlan, R., Blais, J.M., Bonilla, S., Douglas, M.S.V., Pienitz, R., Smol, J.P. & Vincent. W.F. 2011. Cultural eutrophication, anoxia, and ecosystem recovery in Meretta Lake, high Arctic Canada. Limnology and Oceanography 56: 639–650.


263.

Veillette, J., Martineau, M.-J., Antoniades, D., Sarrazin, D. & Vincent, W.F. 2011. Effects of loss of perennial lake ice on mixing and phytoplankton dynamics: Insights from High Arctic Canada. Annals of Glaciology, 51: 56-70.


262.

Varin, T., Lovejoy, C., Jungblut, A.D., Vincent, W.F. & Corbeil, J. 2010. Metagenomic profiling of Arctic microbial mat communities as nutrient scavenging and recycling system. Limnology and Oceanography 55: 1901–1911.


261.

Tomkins, J.D., Lamoureux, S.F. Antoniades, D., & Vincent, W.F. 2010. Autumn snowfall and hydroclimatic variability inferred from the varved sediments of meromictic Lake A, northern Ellesmere Island, Canada. Quaternary Research 74: 188-198


260.

Vincent, W.F. 2010. Microbial ecosystem responses to rapid climate change in the Arctic. The ISME Journal 4: 1089-1091.


259.

Jungblut, A., Lovejoy, C. & Vincent, W.F. 2010. Global distribution of cyanobacterial ecotypes in the cold biosphere. The ISME Journal 4: 191-202.


258.

Laurion, I., Vincent, W.F., Retamal, L., Dupont, C., Francus, P., MacIntyre, S. & Pienitz, R. 2010. Variability in greenhouse gas emissions from permafrost thaw ponds. Limnology and Oceanography 55: 115-133.


257.

Williamson, C.E., Saros, J.E., Vincent, W.F. & Smol, J.P. 2009. Lakes and reservoirs as sentinels, integrators, and regulators of climate change. Limnology and Oceanography 54: 2273-2282.


256.

Rautio, M., Bonilla, S. & Vincent, W.F. 2009. UV photoprotectants in arctic zooplankton. Aquatic Biology 7: 93-105.


255.

Muir, D.C.G., Wang, X., Yang, F., Nguyen, N., Jackson, T.A., Evans, M.S., Douglas, M., Kock, G., Lamoureux, S., Pienitz, R., Smol, J.P., Vincent, W.F. & Dastoor, A. 2009. Spatial trends and historical deposition of mercury in eastern and northern Canada inferred from lake sediment cores. Environmental Science and Technology 43: 4802-4809.


254.

Matsuoka, A., Larouche, P., Poulin, M., Vincent, W. & Hattori, H. 2009. Phytoplankton community adaptation to changing light levels in the southern Beaufort Sea, Canadian Arctic, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Sciences 82: 537-546.


253.

Vincent, W.F., Whyte, L.G., Lovejoy, C., Greer, C.W., Laurion, I., Suttle, C.A., Corbeil, J. & Mueller, D.R. 2009. Arctic microbial ecosystems and impacts of extreme warming during the International Polar Year. Polar Science 3: 171-180, doi:10.1016/j.polar.2009.05.004


252.

Vincent, W.F. 2008. Climate change in the Arctic [translated into Chinese]. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Global Warming and Polar Conservation, Taiwanese Sustainable Development Society, Taipei City, Taiwan, pp 143-164.


251.

Tomkins, J.D., Lamoureux, S.F. Antoniades, D., & Vincent, W.F. 2009. Sedimentology of perennial ice-covered, meromictic Lake A, Ellesmere Island, at the northern extreme of Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 46: 83–100.


250.

Mueller, D.R., Van Hove, P., Antoniades, D., Jeffries, M.O. & Vincent, W.F. 2009. High Arctic lakes as sentinel ecosystems: cascading regime shifts in climate, ice-cover and mixing. Limnology and Oceanography 54: 2371-2385.


249.

Terrado, R., Vincent, W.F. & Lovejoy, C. 2009. Mesopelagic protists: diversity and succession in a coastal Arctic ecosystem. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 56: 25-40.


248.

Antoniades, D., Veillette, J., Martineau, M-J., Belzile, C., Tomkins, J. Pienitz, R. Lamoureux, S. & Vincent, W.F. 2009. Bacterial dominance of phototrophic communities in a High Arctic lake and its implications for paleoclimate analysis. Polar Science 3: 147-161.


247.

Osburn, C. Retamal, L. & Vincent W.F. 2009. Photoreactivity of chromophoric dissolved organic matter transported by the Mackenzie River to the Beaufort Sea. Marine Chemistry 115: 10-20.


246.

Xie, H., Bélanger, S. Demers, S., Vincent, W.F. & Papakyriakou, T.N. 2009. Photobiogeochemical cycling of carbon monoxide in the southeastern Beaufort Sea in spring and autumn. Limnology and Oceanography 54: 234-249.


245.

Pouliot, J., Galand, P.E., Lovejoy, C. & Vincent, W.F. 2009. Vertical structure of archaeal communities and the distribution of ammonia monooxygenase A gene variants in two high Arctic lakes. Environmental Microbiology, Environmental Microbiology 11: 687–699, doi:10.1111/j.1462-2920.2008.01846.x.


244.

Tomkins, J.D., Lamoureux, S.F., Antoniades D. & Vincent W.F. 2009. Sedimentary pellets as an ice cover proxy in a High Arctic ice-covered lake. Journal of Paleolimnology 41: 225–242.


243.

Veillette, J., Mueller, D.R., Antoniades, D. & Vincent, W.F. 2008. Arctic epishelf lakes as sentinel ecosystems: past, present and future. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 113, G04014, doi:10.1029/2008JG000730.


242.

Garneau, M-E, Vincent, W.F., Terrado, R. & Lovejoy, C. 2008. Importance of particle-associated bacterial heterotrophy in a coastal Arctic ecosystem Journal of Marine Systems 75: 185-197. doi: 10.1016/j.jmarsys.2008.09.002.


241.

Bonilla, S., Rautio, M. & Vincent, W.F. 2009. Phytoplankton and phytobenthos pigment strategies: Implications for algal survival in the changing Arctic. Polar Biology 32: 1293-1303. doi: 10.1007/s00300-009-0626-1.


240.

Garneau, M.-È., Roy, S., Lovejoy, C., Gratton, Y. & Vincent, W.F. 2008. Seasonal dynamics of bacterial biomass and production in a coastal arctic ecosystem: Franklin Bay, western Canadian Arctic, Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans 113, C07S91, doi:10.1029/2007JC004281.


239.

Van Hove, P., Vincent, W.F., Galand, P.E. & Wilmotte, A. 2008. Abundance and diversity of picocyanobacteria in high arctic lakes and fjords. Algological Studies 126: 209-227.


238.

Laybourn-Parry, J. & Vincent, W.F. 2008. Future directions in polar limnology. In: Vincent, W.F. & Laybourn-Parry, J. (eds). Polar Lakes and Rivers – Limnology of Arctic and Antarctic Aquatic Ecosystems. Oxford University Press, U.K., pp 307-316.


237.

McKnight, D.M., Gooseff, M.N., Vincent, W.F. & Peterson, B.J. 2008. High latitude rivers and streams. In: Vincent, W.F. & Laybourn-Parry, J. (eds). Polar Lakes and Rivers – Limnology of Arctic and Antarctic Aquatic Ecosystems. Oxford University Press, U.K., pp 83-102.


236.

Vincent, W.F., Hobbie, J.E. & Laybourn-Parry, J. 2008. Introduction to the limnology of high latitude lake and river ecosystems. In: Vincent, W.F. & Laybourn-Parry, J. (eds). Polar Lakes and Rivers – Limnology of Arctic and Antarctic Aquatic Ecosystems. Oxford University Press, U.K. pp 1-23.


235.

Terrado, R., Lovejoy, C., Massana, R. & Vincent, W.F. 2008. Microbial responses to light and nutrients beneath arctic sea ice during the winter spring transition. Journal of Marine Systems 74: 964-977, doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2007.11.001.


234.

Watanabe, S., Knowlton, M.F., Vincent, W.F. & Jones, J.R. 2008. Variability in the optical properties of colored dissolved organic matter in Missouri reservoirs. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie. (in press).


233.

Vincent, W.F., Pedrós-Alió, C., Suttle, C. et al. 2008. Microbial communities and carbon fluxes. In: L. Fortier, D. Barber & J. Michaud (eds). On Thin Ice: A Synthesis of the Canadian Arctic Shelf Exchange Study (CASES). Aboriginal Issue Press, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, pp 85-99.


232.

Michaud, J., Braithwaite, L., Garneau, M.-E., Barnard, C. & Vincent, W.F. 2008. An ocean of data: The CASES legacy. In: L. Fortier, D. Barber & J. Michaud (eds). On Thin Ice: A Synthesis of the Canadian Arctic Shelf Exchange Study (CASES). Aboriginal Issue Press, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, pp 201-211.


231.

Vincent, W.F., MacIntyre, S., Laurion, I. & Spigel, R.H. 2008. Physical limnology of high latitude lakes. In Vincent, W.F. & Laybourn-Parry, J. (eds). Polar Lakes and Rivers – Limnology of Arctic and Antarctic Aquatic Ecosystems. Oxford University Press, U.K., pp 65-81.


230.

Vincent, A. C., D. R. Mueller, D.R., & Vincent, W.F. 2008. Simulated heat storage in a perennially ice-covered high Arctic lake: Sensitivity to climate change, Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans 113: C04036, doi:10.1029/2007JC004360.


229.

Vincent, W.F. 2009. Effects of climate change on lakes. In: Likens, G.E. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Inland Waters vol. 3, Elsevier, Oxford U.K., pp 55-60.


228.

Vincent, W.F. 2009. Cyanobacteria. In: Likens, G.E. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Inland Waters vol. 3, Elsevier, Oxford U.K., pp 226-232.


227.

Emmerton C.A., Lesack, L. & Vincent, W.F. 2008. Inorganic and organic nutrient gradients in a coastal arctic system during sea-ice recession: The Mackenzie River, estuary and shelf. Journal of Marine Systems 74: 741-755. doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2007.10.001.


226.

Galand., P.E., Lovejoy, C., Pouliot, J. & Vincent, W.F. 2008. Heterogeneous archaeal communities in the particle-rich environment of an arctic shelf ecosystem. Journal of Marine Systems 74: 774-782. doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2007.12.001.


225.

Vallières, C., Retamal, L., Osburn, C. & Vincent, W.F. 2008. Bacterial production and microbial food web structure in a large arctic river and the coastal Arctic Ocean. Journal of Marine Systems 74: 756-773, doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2007.12.002.


224.

Galand, P.E., Lovejoy, C., Pouliot, J., Garneau M.-E., and Vincent, W.F. 2008. Microbial community diversity and heterotrophic production in a coastal Arctic ecosystem: A stamukhi lake and its source waters. Limnology and Oceanography 53: 813-823.


223.

Zakhia, F., Jungblut A-D., Taton, A., Vincent, W.F. and Wilmotte A. 2008. Cyanobacteria in cold environments. In: Margesin, R., Schinner, F., Marx, J.C. & Gerday, C. (eds) Psychrophiles: from Biodiversity to Biotechnology. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, p.121-135.


222.

Bottos, E. M., Vincent, W.F., Greer, C.W & Whyte, L.G. 2008. Prokaryotic diversity of arctic ice shelf microbial mats. Environmental Microbiology, 10: 950–966, doi:10.1111/j.1462-2920.2007.01516.x.


221.

Emmerton, C. A., Lesack, L. F. W. and Vincent, W.F. 2008. Mackenzie River nutrient delivery to the Arctic Ocean and effects of the Mackenzie Delta during open water conditions, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 22, GB1024, doi:10.1029/2006GB002856.


220.

Retamal L, Bonilla S, Vincent WF 2008. Optical gradients and phytoplankton production in the Mackenzie River and coastal Beaufort Sea. Polar Biology, 31:363–379. doi : 10.1007/s00300-007-0365-0


219.

Tomkins JD, Antoniades D, Lamoureux SF, Vincent WF 2007. A simple and effective method for preserving the sediment-water interface of sediment cores during transport. J. Paleolimnology 10.1007/s10933-007-9175-1


218.

Antoniades D, Crawley C, Douglas MSV, Pienitz R, Andersen D, Doran PT, Hawes I, Pollard W, Vincent WF 2007. Abrupt environmental change in Canada’s northernmost lake inferred from diatom and fossil pigment stratigraphy. Geophysical Research Letters 34, L18708, doi:10.1029/2007GL030947


217.

Vincent WF 2007. Streams and Lakes. In: Riffenburgh, B. (ed) Encyclopaedia of the Antarctic, Routledge Reference, NY. P. 964-965.


216.

Vincent WF 2007. Cold tolerance in cyanobacteria and life in the cryosphere. In: Seckbach, J. (ed) Algae and Cyanobacteria in Extreme Environments. Springer, Heidelberg, p. 287–301.


215.

Winkler G, Martineau C, Dodson JJ, Vincent WF, Johnson LE 2007. Trophic dynamics of two sympatric mysid species in an estuarine transition zone. Marine Ecology Progress Series 332: 171–187.


214.

Landry L, Vincent WF, Bernatchez L 2007. Role of ecological factors in the parallel evolution of Lake whitefish dwarf ecotypes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20: 971-984.


213.

Rautio M, Vincent WF 2007. Isotopic analysis of the sources of organic carbon for zooplankton in shallow subarctic and arctic waters. Ecography 30: 77-87.


212.

Retamal, L., Vincent, W.F., Martineau, C. and Osburn, C.L. 2007. Comparison of the optical properties of dissolved organic matter in two river-influenced coastal regions of the Canadian Arctic. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science 72: 261-272.


211.

Vincent, W.F., Rautio, M. & Pienitz, R. 2007. Climate control of underwater UV exposure in polar and alpine aquatic ecosystems. In: J.B. Orbaek, R. Kallenborn, I. Tombre, E. Hegseth, A. Falk-Petersen, A.H. Hoel (eds). Arctic Alpine Ecosystems and People in a Changing Environment. Springer, Berlin. pp. 227-249.


210.

Lovejoy, C., Vincent, W.F., Bonilla, S., Roy, S., Martineau, M.-J., Terrado, R., Potvin, M., Massana, R. and Pedrós-Alió, C. 2007. Distribution, phylogeny and growth of cold-adapted picoprasinophytes in arctic seas. Journal of Phycology 43: 78-89. doi: 10.1111/j.1529-8817.2006.310.x


209.

Rautio, M. & Vincent, W.F. 2006. Benthic and pelagic food resources for zooplankton in shallow high-latitude lakes and ponds. Freshwater Biology 51: 1038-1052.


208.

Mueller, D.R., Vincent, W.F. & Jeffries, M. 2006. Environmental gradients, fragmented habitats, and microbiota of a northern ice shelf cryoecosystem. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 38: 593-607.


207.

Villeneuve V., Légaré S., Painchaud J. & Vincent W. 2006. Dynamique et modélisation de l’oxygène dissous en rivière dynamics and modelling of dissolved oxygen in rivers. Revue des Sciences de l’Eau 19: 259-274.


206.

Wrona, F.J., Prowse, T.D., Reist, J.D., Hobbie, J.E., Lévesque, L.M.J., & Vincent, W.F. 2006. Key Findings, Science Gaps and Policy Recommendations. Ambio 35: 411­415.


205.

Fernández-Valiente, E., Camacho, A., Cochera, C., Rico, E.; Vincent, W.F., and Quesada, A. 2006. Community structure and physiological characterization of microbial mats in Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island (South Shetland Islands, Antarctica). FEMS Microbial Ecology 59: 377­385. doi:10.1111/j.1574-6941.2006.00221.x


204.

Waleron, M., Waleron, K., Vincent, W.F. & Wilmotte, A. 2006. Allochthonous inputs of riverine picocyanobacteria to coastal waters in the Arctic Ocean FEMS Microbial Ecology 59: 356-365; doi: 10.1111/j.1574-6941.2006.00236.x


203.

Wrona, F.J., Prowse, T.D., Reist, J.D., Hobbie, J.E., Lévesque, L.M.J., & Vincent, W.F. 2006. Climate impacts on Arctic freshwater ecosystems and fisheries: Background, rationale and approach of the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA). Ambio 35: 326-329.


202.

Wrona, F.J., Prowse, T.D., Reist, J.D., Hobbie, J.E., Lévesque, L.M.J., Macdonald, R.W. & Vincent, W.F. 2006. Effects of ultraviolet radiation and contaminant-related stressors on arctic freshwater ecosystems. Ambio 35: 388-401.


201.

Wrona, F.J., Prowse, T.D., Reist, J.D., Hobbie, J.E., Lévesque, L.M.J & Vincent, W.F 2006. Climate change effects on aquatic biota, ecosystem structure and function. Ambio 35: 359-369.


200.

Prowse, T.D., Wrona, F.J.. Reist, J.D., Hobbie, J.E., Lévesque, L.M.J & Vincent, W.F. 2006. Historical changes in arctic freshwater ecosystems. Ambio 35: 339-346.


199.

Prowse, T.D., Wrona, F.J.. Reist, J.D., Hobbie, J.E., Lévesque, L.M.J & Vincent, W.F. 2006. Climate change effects on hydroecology of arctic freshwater ecosystems. Ambio 35: 347-358.


198.

Prowse, T.D., Wrona, F.J.. Reist, J.D., Hobbie, J.E., Lévesque, L.M.J & Vincent W.F. 2006. General features of the Arctic relevant to climate change in freshwater ecosystems. Ambio 35: 330-338.


197.

Toro M., Camacho A., Rochera C., Rico E., Bañón M., Fernández-Valiente E., Marco E., Justel A., Avendaño M.C., Ariosa Y., Vincent W.F. and Quesada A. 2006. Limnological characteristics of the freshwater ecosystems of Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, in maritime Antarctica. Polar Biology DOI 10.1007/s00300-006-0223-5.


196.

Bélanger, S., Xie, H., Krotkov N., Larouche, P, Vincent, W.F. and Babin, M. 2006. Photomineralization of terrigenous dissolved organic matter in Arctic coastal waters from 1979 to 2003: Interannual variability and implications of climate change. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 20,GB4005, doi:10.1029/2006GB002708.


195.

Galand, P.E., Lovejoy, C. & Vincent, W.F. 2006. Remarkably diverse and contrasting archaeal communities in a large arctic river and the coastal Arctic Ocean. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 44: 115-126.


194.

Pienitz, R., Laberge, K. & Vincent W.F. 2006. Three hundred years of human-induced change in an urban lake: paleolimnological analysis of Lac Saint-Augustin, Québec City, Canada. Canadian Journal of Botany 84: 303-320.


193.

Van Hove, P., Belzile, C., Gibson, J.A.E. & Vincent, W.F. 2006. Coupled landscape-lake evolution in the Canadian High Arctic. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 43: 533-546.


192.

Quesada, A., Vincent, W.F., Kaup, E., Hobbie., J.E., Laurion, I., Pienitz, R., López-Martínez, J. & Durán, J.-J. 2006. Landscape control of high latitude lakes in a changing climate In: Bergstrom, D., P. Convey & Huiskes, A. (eds) Trends in Antarctic Terrestrial and Limnetic Ecosystems, Springer, Dordrecht. p. 221-252.


191.

Mueller, D.R. and Vincent, W.F. 2005. Microbial habitat dynamics and ablation control on the Ward Hunt Ice Shelf. Hydrological Processes 20: 857-876.


190.

Barnard, C., Martineau, C., Frenette, J-J, Dodson, J. & Vincent W.F. 2005. Trophic position of zebra mussel veligers and their use of dissolved organic carbon. Limnology and Oceanography 51: 1473-1484.


189.

Garneau, M-È., Vincent, W.F., Alonso-Sáez, L., Gratton, Y. & Lovejoy, C. 2005. Prokaryotic community structure and heterotrophic production in a river-influenced coastal arctic ecosystem. Aquatic Microbial Ecol. 42: 27-40.


188.

Wells, L.E., Cordray, M., Bowerman, S., Miller, L.A., Vincent, W.F. & Deming, J.W. 2005. Archaea in particle-rich waters of the Beaufort Shelf and Franklin Bay, Canadian Arctic: Clues to an allochthonous origin? Limnology and Oceanography 51: 47-59.


187.

Wrona, F. J., T. D. Prowse, J. D. Reist. R. Beamish, J. J. Gibson, J.E. Hobbie, E. Jeppesen, J. King, G. Koeck, A. Korhola, L. Levesque, R. Macdonald, M. Power, V. Skvortsov, & W.F Vincent. 2005. Freshwater ecosystems and fisheries, pp. 353-452. In: Arctic Climate Impact Assessment. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, New York. 1042 p.


186.

Bonilla, S., Villeneuve, V. & Vincent W.F. 2005. Benthic and planktonic algal communities in a high arctic lake: Pigment structure and contrasting responses to nutrient enrichment. Journal of Phycology 41: 1120-1130.


185.

Mueller, D.R., Vincent, W.F., Bonilla, S. & Laurion, I. 2005. Extremophiles, extremotrophs and broadband pigmentation strategies in a high arctic ice shelf ecosystem. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 53: 73-87.


184.

Belzile, C., Vincent, W.F., Howard-Williams, C., Hawes, I., James, M. R., Kumagai, M. and Roesler, C.S. 2004. Relationships between spectral optical properties and optically active substances in a clear oligotrophic lake. Water Resources Research 40: W12512, doi:10.1029/2004WR003090.


183a.

Vincent, W.F., Mueller, D.R & Van Hove, P. 2004. Break-up and climate change at Canada's northern coast, Quttinirpaaq national Park. Meridian, Spring/Summer p. 1-6.


183b.

Vincent, W.F., Mueller, D.R & Van Hove, P. 2004. Rupture et changement de climat sur la côte nord du parc national Quttinirpaaq. Méridien, printemps/été p. 1-6.


182.

Jackson, T.A., Muir, D.C.G. & Vincent, W.F. 2004. Historical variations in the stable isotope composition of mercury in arctic lake sediments. Environ. Sci. & Technol. 38: 2813-2821.


181.

Martineau, C., Vincent, W.F., Frenette, J-J. & Dodson, J.J. 2004. Primary consumers and particulate organic matter: Isotopic evidence of strong selectivity in the estuarine transition zone. Limnol. Oceanogr. 49: 1679-1686.


180.

Vincent, W.F., Mueller, D.R & Bonilla, S. 2004. Ecosystems on ice: the microbial ecology of Markham Ice Shelf in the High Arctic. Cryobiology 48: 103-112.


179.

Vincent, W.F., Mueller, D., Van Hove, P. & Howard-Williams, C. 2004. Glacial periods on early Earth and implications for the evolution of life. In: J. Seckbach (ed.) Origins: Genesis, Evolution and Diversity of Life. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. pp. 481-501.


178.

Lavoie, I., Vincent, W.F., Pienitz, R. & Painchaud, J. 2004. Benthic algae as bioindicators of agricultural pollution in the streams and rivers of southern Québec (Canada). Journal of Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management Journal of Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management 7: 43-58.


177.

Mueller, D.R., Vincent, W.F. & Jeffries, M.O. 2003. Ice shelf break-up and ecosystem loss in the High Arctic. Eos 84 (49): 548,552.


176.

Barnard, C., Frenette, J-J. & Vincent, W.F. 2003. Planktonic invaders of the St. Lawrence estuarine transition zone: environmental factors controlling the distribution of zebra mussel veligers. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60: 1245-1257.


175.

Mueller, D.R., Vincent, W.F. & Jeffries, M.O. 2003. Break-up of the largest Arctic ice shelf and associated loss of an epishelf lake. Geophysical Research Letters 30 (20), 2031, doi:10.1029/2003GL017931.


174.

Vincent, W.F. & Kumagai, M. 2003. Global and local approaches to freshwater management: the way ahead. In: Kumagai, M. & Vincent, W.F. (Eds) 2003. Freshwater Management - Global versus Local Perspectives. Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, p.217-228.


173.

Frenette, J-J. & Vincent, W.F. 2003. Bio-optical variability in the littoral zone: local heterogeneity and implications for water quality monitoring. In: Kumagai, M. & Vincent, W.F. (Eds) 2003. Freshwater Management - Global versus Local Perspectives . Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, p. 41-59.


172.

Kumagai, M., Vincent, W.F., Ishikawa, K. & Aota, Y. 2003. Lessons from Lake Biwa and other Asian lakes: global and local perspectives. In: Kumagai, M. & Vincent, W.F. (Eds) 2003. Freshwater Management - Global versus Local Perspectives . Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, p. 1-22.


171.

Pienitz, R. & Vincent, W.F. 2003. Generic approaches towards water quality monitoring based on paleolimnology. In : Kumagai, M. & Vincent, W.F. (Eds) 2003. Freshwater Management - Global versus Local Perspectives . Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, p. 61-82.


170.

Vincent, W.F. & Belzile, C., 2003. Biological UV exposure in the polar oceans: Arctic-Antarctic comparisons. In: A.H.L. Huiskes, W.W.C. Gieskes, J. Rozema, R.M.L. Schorno, S.M. van der Vies & W.J. Wolff (eds) Antarctic Biology in a Global Context. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands, p.176-181.


169.

Lavoie, I., Vincent, W.F., Pienitz, R. & Painchaud, J. 2003. Effect of discharge on the temporal dynamics of periphyton in an agriculturally influenced river. Revue des Sciences de l’Eau 16: 55-77.


168.

Winkler, G., Dodson, J.J., Bertrand, N., Thivierge, D. & Vincent W.F. 2003. Trophic coupling across the St. Lawrence River estuarine transition zone. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 251: 59-73.


167.

Saulnier-Talbot, E., Pienitz, R. & Vincent, W.F. 2003. Holocene lake succession and palaeo-optics of a subarctic lake, northern Québec (Canada). The Holocene 13: 517-526.


166.

Gibson, J.A.E., Vincent, W.F., Van Hove, P., Belzile, C., Wang, X., & Muir, D. 2002. Geochemistry of ice-covered meromictic Lake A in the Canadian High Arctic. Aquatic Geochemistry 8: 1-23.


165.

Belzile, C., Gibson, J.A.E. & Vincent , W.F. 2002. Colored dissolved organic matter and dissolved organic carbon exclusion from lake ice: implications for irradiance transmission and carbon cycling. Limnology & Oceanography 47: 1283-1293.


164.

Ishikawa, K., Kumagai, M., Vincent, W.F., Tsujimura, S. & Nakahara, H. 2002. Transport and accumulation of bloom-forming cyanobacteria in a large, mid-latitude lake: the gyre- Microcystis hypothesis. Limnology 3: 87-96.


163.

Ishikawa, K, Tsujimura, S., Vincent, W.F., Kumagai, M. & Nakahara, H. 2002.Growth of bloom-forming cyanobacteria under low nutrient conditions Verhand-lungen Internationalen vereinigung Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie.


162.

Belzile, C., Vincent, W.F. & Kumagai, M. 2002. Contribution of absorption and scattering to the attenuation of UV and photosynthetically available radiation in Lake Biwa. Limnology & Oceanography 47: 95-107.


161.

Ponader, K., Pienitz, R., Vincent, W.F. & Gajewski, K. 2002. Limnological conditions in a subarctic lake (northern Québec, Canada) during the late Holocene: analyses based on fossil diatoms. Journal of Paleolimnology 27: 353-366.


160.

Belzile, C., Vincent, W.F., Gibson, J.A.E. & Van Hove, P. 2001. Bio-optical characteristics of the snow, ice and water column of a perennially ice-covered lake in the high Arctic. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58: 2405-2418.


159.

Swadling, K.M., Gibson, J.A.E., Pienitz, R. & Vincent, W.F. 2001. Biogeography of copepods in subarctic Québec Canada. Hydrobiologia 453/454: 341-350.


158.

Markager, S. & Vincent, W.F. 2001. Light absorption by phytoplankton: development of a matching parameter for algal photosynthesis under different spectral regimes. Journal of Plankton Research 23: 1373-84.


157.

Vincent, W.F, Kumagai, M., Belzile, C., Hayakawa, K.& Ishikawa, K. 2001. Effects of seston on ultraviolet attenuation in Lake Biwa. Limnology 2: 179-84.


156.

Vincent, W.F. & Howard-Williams, C. 2001. Algae in environments with extreme temperatures. In: Elster, J., Seckbach, J., Vincent, W.F. & Lhotsky, O. (eds) Algae and Extreme Environments. Nova Hedwigia Beih. 123: 33-36.


155.

Mueller, D., Vincent, W.F., Pollard, W.H. & Fritsen, C.H. 2001. Glacial cryoconite ecosystems: A bipolar comparison of algal communities and habitats. In: Elster, J., Seckbach, J., Vincent, W.F. & Lhotsky, O. (eds) Algae and Extreme Environments. Nova Hedwigia Beih. 123: 173-197.


154.

Villeneuve, V., Vincent, W.F. & Komarek, J. 2001.Community structure and microhabitat characteristics of cyanobacterial mats in an extreme high Arctic environment: Ward Hunt Lake. In: Elster, J., Seckbach, J., Vincent, W.F. & Lhotsky, O. (eds) Algae and Extreme Environments. Nova Hedwigia Beihefte 123: 199-224.


153.

Tremblay, R., Légaré, S., Pienitz, R.,Vincent, W.F. & Hall, R. 2001. Paleolimnological analysis of changes in trophic status of Lake Saint-Charles, a drinking water reservoir for the Québec urban community. (Étude paléolimnologique de l’histoire trophique du lac Saint-Charles, réservoir d’eau potable de la communauté urbaine de Québec). Revue des Sciences de l’Eau 14: 489-510.


152.

Rae, R., C. Howard-Williams, I. Hawes, A-M. Schwarz & W.F. Vincent. 2001.Penetration of solar ultraviolet radiation into New Zealand lakes: influence of dissolved organic carbon and catchment vegetation. Limnology 2: 79-89.


151.

Vincent, W.F. and Belzile, C. 2001. UV effects on aquatic microbial communities webs in northern lakes and rivers. In : Hessen, D. (ed.) UV Radiation and Arctic Ecosystems. Springer. New York , pp. 137-155.


150.

Gibson, J.A.E., Vincent, W.F. & Pienitz, R. 2001. Hydrologic control and diurnal photobleaching of CDOM in a subarctic lake. Arch. Hydrobiol. 152: 143-159.


149.

Vincent, W.F., Gibson, J.A.E. & Jeffries, M.O. 2001. Ice shelf collapse, climate change and habitat loss in the Canadian High Arctic. Polar Record 37: 133-142.


148.

Swadling, K., Gibson, J.A.E., Dartnall, H., Saulnier-Talbot, E. & Vincent, W.F. 2001. Fossil Rotifers and the early colonisation of an Antarctic lake. Quaternary Research 55: 380-4.


147.

Van Hove, P., Swadling, K., Gibson, J.A.E., Belzile, C. & Vincent, W.F. 2001. Farthest north lake and fjord populations of calanoid copepods in the Canadian High Arctic . Polar Biology 24:303-307.


146.

Pienitz, R. & Vincent, W.F. 2000. Effect of climate change relative to ozone depletion on UV exposure in subarctic lakes. Nature 404: 484-487.


145.

Chevalier, P., Proulx, D., Lessard, P., Vincent, W.F. & de la Noüe, J. 2000. Nitrogen and phosphorus removal by high latitude mat-forming cyanobacteria for potential use in tertiary wastewater treatment. Journal of Applied Phycology 9: 371-81.


144.

Vincent, W.F. 2000. De la vie dans le lac Vostok? La Recherche, March: 14-16.


143.

Vincent, W.F. & Howard-Williams, C. 2000. Life on Snowball Earth. Science 287: 2421.


142.

Vincent, W.F. 2000. Evolutionary origins of Antarctic microbiota: invasion, selection and endemism. Antarctic Science . 12: 374-85.


141.

Vincent, W.F. & Hobbie, J.A. 2000. Ecology of Arctic lakes and rivers. In: M. Nuttall and T. V Callaghan (Eds) The Arctic: Environment, People, Policies, Harwood Academic Publishers, U.K. p. 197-231.


140.

Vincent, W.F. & Neale, P.J. 2000. Mechanisms of UV damage to aquatic organisms. In: S.J. de Mora, S. Demers & M. Vernet (eds) The Effects of UV Radiation in the Marine Environment. Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom p.149-176.


139.

Vincent, W.F., Gibson, J.A.E., Pienitz, R., Villeneuve, V., Broady, P.A., Hamilton, P.B. & Howard-Williams, C. 2000 Ice shelf microbial ecosystems in the high Arctic and implications for life on snowball earth. Naturwissenschaften 87: 137-141.


138.

Scully, N, Vincent, WF. & Lean, DRS 2000. Exposure to ultraviolet radiation in aquatic ecosystems: estimates of mixing rate in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 57 (suppl. 1): 43-51.


137.

Markager, S. & W.F. Vincent 2000. Spectral light attenuation and the absorption of UV and blue light in natural waters. Limnol. Oceanogr. 45: 642-650.


136.

Gibson, J.A.E., Vincent, W.F., Nieke, B. & Pienitz, R. 2000. Biological exposure to UV radiation in the Arctic Ocean: the relative importance of ozone versus riverine dissolved organic carbon. Arctic 53: 372-382.


135.

Rae, R., Howard-Williams, C., Hawes, I. & W.F. Vincent. 2000. Temperature-dependence of photosynthetic recovery from solar damage in Antarctic phytoplankton. In: W. Davison, Howard-Williams, C. & Broady, P.A. (eds) Antarctic Ecosystems: Models for Wider Ecological Understanding, SCAR VII Proceedings, The Caxton Press, Christchurch, New Zealand, p. 183-9.


134.

Tang, E.P.Y. & Vincent, W.F. 2000. Effects of daylength and temperature on the growth and photosynthesis of an Arctic cyanobacterium Schizothrix calcicola (Oscillatoriaceae). European J. Phycol 35: 263-272.


133.

Vincent, W.F., Bowman, J., Powell, L. & McMeekin, T. 2000. Phylogenetic diversity of picocyanobacteria in Arctic and Antarctic ecosystems. In: M. Brylinsky, C. Bell, and P. Johnson-Green (eds) Microbial Biosystems: New Frontiers. Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology. Atlantic Canada Society for Microbial Ecology p. 317-322.


132.

Vincent, W.F. 2000. Cyanobacterial dominance in the polar regions. In B.Whitton & M. Potts. Ecology of the Cyanobacteria: their Diversity in Space and Time. Kluwers Academic Press, The Netherlands, p.321-340.


131.

Vincent, W.F. 1999. Antarctic biogeochemistry: Icy life on a hidden lake. Science 286: 2094-95.


130.

Quesada, A., Vincent, W.F. & Lean D.R.S. 1999. Community and pigment structure of Arctic cyanobacterial assemblages: the occurrence and distribution of UV-absorbing compounds. FEMS Microbial Ecology 28: 315-323.


129.

Sand-Jensen, K., Riis, T., Markager, S. & W.F. Vincent 1999. Slow growth and decomposition of mosses in Arctic lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56: 388-393.


128.

Tang, E.P.Y. & Vincent, W.F. 1999. Strategies of thermal adaptation by high latitude cyanobacteria. New Phytologist 142: 315-323.


127.

Vincent, W.F. & J.J. Dodson. 1999. The need for an ecosystem-level understanding of large rivers: the Saint Lawrence River, Canada-USA. Japanese Journal of Limnology 60: 29-50.


126.

Markager, S., Vincent, W.F. & Tang, E.P.Y.. 1999. Carbon fixation in high Arctic lakes: Implications of low temperature for photosynthesis. Limnology & Oceanography 44: 597-607.


125.

Vincent, W.F., Laurion., I. & Pienitz, R. 1998. Arctic and Antarctic lakes as optical indicators of global change. In: Budd, W.F. (ed) Antarctica and Global Change. Annals of Glaciology 27: 691-696.


124.

Laurion, I., Lean, D.R.S. & W.F. Vincent. 1998. UV effects on a phytoplankton community: results from a large scale enclosure assay. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 16: 189-198.


123.

Frenette, J-J., Vincent, W.F. & L. Legendre. 1998. Size-dependent variations in C:N uptake by phytoplankton as a function of irradiance: ecological implications. Limnology and Oceanography. 43: 1362-68.


122.

Laurion, I. & Vincent, W.F. 1998. Cell size versus taxonomic composition as determinants of UV sensitivity in natural phytoplankton communities. Limnol. Oceanogr. 43: 1774-1779.


121.

Rae, R. & W.F. Vincent 1998. Effects of temperature and UV radiation on microbial food web structure: potential responses to global change. Freshwat. Biol. 40: 1-12.


120.

Rae, R. & Vincent, W.F. 1998. Phytoplankton production in subarctic lake and river ecosystems: Development of a photosynthesis-temperature-light model. Journal of Plankton Research 20: 1293-1312.


119.

Roos, J. & Vincent, W.F. 1998. Temperature dependence of UV radiation effects on Antarctic cyanobacteria . Journal of Phycology 34: 78-85.


118.

Scully, N., Vincent, W.F., Lean, D.R.S. & MacIntyre, S. 1998. Hydrogen peroxide as natural tracer for mixing in surface layers. Aquatic Sciences 60: 169-186.


117.

Vincent, W.F., Rae, R., Laurion, I., Howard-Williams, C. & J. Priscu. 1998. Transparency of Antarctic ice-covered lakes to solar UV radiation. Limnol. oceanogr. 43: 618-624.


116.

Tang, E.P.Y., Vincent, W.F., de la Noüe, J., Lessard, P. & Proulx, D. 1997. Polar cyanobacteria versus green algae for the tertiary treatment of waste-waters in cool climates. Journal of Applied Phycology 9: 371-381.


115.

Bergeron, M. and Vincent, W.F. 1997. Microbial food web responses to phosphorus and solar UV radiation in a subarctic lake. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 12: 239-249.


114.

Quesada, A. and Vincent, W.F. 1997. Strategies of adaptation by Antarctic cyanobacteria to ultraviolet radiation. European Journal of Phycology 32: 335-342.


113.

Vincent, W.F. & A. Quesada. 1997. Microbial niches in the polar environment and the escape from UV radiation in non-marine habitats. In: Battaglia, B., Valencia, J. & Walton, D. (eds) Antarctic Communities: Species, Structure and Survival Cambridge University Press pp. 388-95.


112.

Scully, N., Vincent, W.F., Lean, D.R.S. & Cooper, W. 1997 Implications of ozone depletion for surface water photochemistry. Aquatic Sciences 59: 260-274.


111.

Maltais, M-J. & Vincent, W.F. 1997. Periphyton community structure and dynamics in a subarctic lake. Canadian Journal of Botany.75: 1556-1569.


110.

Walton, W., Vincent, W.F., Timperley, M.H., Hawes, I. & C. Howard-Williams. 1997. Synthesis: Polar deserts as indicators of change. p. 275-279 in Lyons, W.B., Howard-Williams, C. & Hawes, I. (eds). Ecosystem Processes in Antarctic Ice-free landscapes. A.A. Balkema Publishers, Rotterdam.


109.

Vincent, W.F. 1997. Polar desert ecosystems in a changing climate: a North-South perspective. p. 3-14 in Lyons, W.B., Howard-Williams, C. & Hawes, I. (eds). Ecosystem Processes in Antarctic Ice-free landscapes. A.A. Balkema Publishers, Rotterdam.


108.

Tang, E.P.Y., Tremblay, R. & Vincent, W.F. 1997. Cyanobacterial dominance of polar freshwater ecosystems: are high latitude mat-formers adapted to the low temperature environment? Journal of Phycology 33: 171-181.


107.

Nieke, B., Vincent, W.F., Therriault, J-C., Legendre, L., Berthon, J-F. and Condal, A. 1997. Use of a ship-borne laser fluorosensor for remote sensing of Chlorophyll a in a coastal environment. Remote Sensing of the Environment 60: 140-152.


106.

Laurion, I., Vincent, W.F. & D.R. Lean. 1997. Underwater ultraviolet radiation: development of spectral models for northern high latitude lakes. Photochem. Photobiol. 65: 107-114.


105.

Vézina, S. & Vincent, W.F. 1997. Arctic cyanobacteria and limnological properties of their environment: Bylot Island, Northwest Territories, Canada. (73 oN, 80 oW). Polar Biology 17: 523-534.


104.

Vincent, W.F. & Pienitz, R. 1996. Sensitivity of high latitude freshwater ecosystems to global change: temperature and solar ultraviolet radiation. Geoscience Canada 23: 231-236.


103.

Scully, N. & W.F. Vincent 1996. Hydrogen peroxide: a natural tracer of stratification and mixing processes in subarctic lakes. Arch. Hydrobiol. 139: 1-15.


102.

Vincent, W.F. & M.R. James 1996. Biodiversity in extreme aquatic environments: lakes, ponds and streams in the Ross Sea sector, Antarctica. Biodiversity & Conservation 5: 1451-1471.


101.

Nagata, T., Ogawa, T., Frenette, J-J., Legendre, L. & W.F. Vincent. 1996. Uncoupled responses of bacterial and algal production to the storm disturbance in Lake Biwa. Japanese Journal of Limnology 57: 533-43.


100.

Frenette, J-J., Vincent, W.F., Legendre, L. , Nagata, T., Kawabata, K. & Kumagai, M. 1996. Biological responses to typhoon-induced mixing in two morphologically distinct basins of Lake Biwa. Japanese Journal of Limnology 57: 501-510.


99.

Frenette, J-J., Vincent, W.F., Legendre, L. & Nagata, T. 1996. Size-dependent changes in phytoplankton C and N uptake in the dynamic mixed layer of Lake Biwa. Freshwater Biology 36: 221-36.


98.

Vincent, W.F., Dodson, J.J., Bertrand, N. & J-J. Frenette. 1996. Photosynthetic and bacterial production gradients in a larval fish nursery: the St. Lawrence River transition zone. Marine Ecology Progress Series 139: 227-238.


97.

Frenette, J-J., Vincent, W.F., Legendre, L. & T. Nagata. 1996. Size-dependent phytoplankton responses to atmospheric forcing in Lake Biwa. Journal of Plankton Research 18: 371-391.


96.

Nieke, B., Therriault, J-C., Vincent, W.F., Berthon, J-F., Legendre, L & A. Condal. 1995. Influence of PAR on a laser fluorosensor (LIDAR) signal of in vivo chlorophyll a fluorescence. In: Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Photosynthesis and Remote Sensing. INRA, Paris. pp. 117-121.


95.

Howard-Williams, C., Davies-Colley, R. & W.F. Vincent. 1995. Optical properties of the coastal and oceanic waters off South Island, New Zealand: regional variation. N.Z. Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research 29: 589-602.


94.

Frenette, J-J., Vincent, W.F., Lovejoy, C. & J.J. Dodson. 1995. Size-dependent variations in phytoplankton and protozoan community structure across the St. Lawrence transition zone. Marine Ecology Progress Series 120: 99-110.


93.

Howard-Williams, C., Schwarz, A. & W.F. Vincent. 1995. Aquatic macrophyte photosynthesis in an oligotrophic lake: response to variations in underwater light. Freshwater Biology 33: 91-102.


92.

Quesada, A., Mouget, J.-L. & W.F. Vincent. 1995. Growth of Antarctic cyanobacteria under ultraviolet radiation: UVA counteracts UVB radiation. Journal of Phycology 31: 242-48.


91.

Chang, H., Bradford-Grieve, J.M., Vincent, W.F. & Woods, P.H. 1995. Nitrogen uptake by the summer size-fractionated phytoplankton assemblages in the Westland, New Zealand, upwelling system. N.Z. Journal of marine & Freshwater Research 29: 147-161.


90.

Hall, J.A. & W.F. Vincent 1994. Vertical and horizontal structure of the picophytoplankton community in a stratified coastal system off New Zealand. New Zealand J. Mar. Freshwat. Res. 28: 299-308.


89.

Milot-Roy, V. & W.F. Vincent. 1994. Ultraviolet radiation effects on photosynthesis: the importance of near-surface thermoclines in a subarctic lake. Arch. Hydrobiol. (Special issue on UV radiation in freshwater ecosystems) 43: 171-184.


88.

Vincent, W.F. & C. Howard-Williams. 1994. Nitrate rich inland waters of the Ross Ice Shelf Region, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 6: 339-346.


87.

Vincent, W.F., Bertrand, N. & J-J. Frenette. 1994. Photoadaptation to intermittent light across the St. Lawrence Estuary freshwater-saltwater transition zone. Marine Ecology Progress Series 110: 283- 292.


86.

Webster, J.G., Brown, K.L. & W.F. Vincent. 1994. Geochemical processes affecting meltwater chemistry and the formation of saline brines in the Victoria Valley and Bull Pass regions, Antarctica. Hydrobiologia 281: 171-186.


85.

Bertrand, N, and W.F. Vincent 1994. Structure and dynamics of photosynthetic picoplankton across the saltwater transition zone of the St. Lawrence River. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 51: 161-171.


84.

Lovejoy, C., Vincent, W.F., Frenette, J-J, and J.J. Dodson. 1993. Microbial gradients across a turbid estuary: application of a new method for protozoan community analysis. Limnol. Oceanogr. 38: 1295-1303.


83.

Vincent, W.F., Castenholz, R.W., Downes, M.T., and C. Howard-Williams 1993. Antarctic cyanobacteria: light, nutrients and photosynthesis in the microbial mat environment. J. Phycol. 29: 745-755.


82.

Vincent, W.F., Downes, M.T., Castenholz, R.W. and C. Howard-Williams 1993. Community structure and pigment organisation of cyanobacteria-dominated microbial mats in Antarctica. European J. Phycol. 28: 213-221.


81.

Vincent, W.F. and A. Quesada. 1993 Cyanobacterial responses to UV radiation: implications for antarctic microbial ecosystems. In: P. Penhale & S. Weiler (eds). Ultraviolet Radiation in Antarctica: Measurement and Biological Effects. American Geophysical Union 62: 111-124.


80.

Vincent, W.F. and S. Roy. 1993. Solar UV-B effects on aquatic primary production: damage, repair and recovery. Environmental Reviews 1: 1-12.


79.

Quesada, A. and W.F. Vincent. 1993. Adaptation to the light regime within Antarctic cyanobacterial mats. Verhandlungen Internationalen vereinigung Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 25: 960-965.


78.

Downes, M.T., Hirstich, L. & W.F. Vincent. 1993. Extraction of chlorophyll and carotenoid pigments from Antarctic benthic mats for analysis by HPLC. Journal of Applied Phycology 5: 623-628.


77.

Vincent, W.F., C. Howard-Williams and P.A. Broady. 1993. Microbial communities and processes in Antarctic flowing waters, In: I. Friedmann (ed.) Antarctic Microbiology. Wiley-Liss, New York p. 543-569.


76.

Hawes, I., Howard-Williams, C. and W.F. Vincent. 1992. Desiccation and recovery of Antarctic cyanobacterial mats. Polar Biology 12: 587-594.


75.

Vincent, W.F. 1992. The daily pattern of nitrogen uptake in dynamic mixed layer environments. Hydrobiologia 238: 37-52.


74.

Vincent, W.F, C. Howard-Williams, Butler E. and P. Tildesley. 1991. Distribution and biological properties of oceanic water masses around the South Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 25: 21-42.


73.

Butler, E.C., Butt, J.A., Lindstrom, E.J., Tildesley, P., Pickmere, S. & W.F. Vincent 1992. Oceanography of the Subtropical Convergence around southern New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 26: 131-154.


72.

Richerson, P.J., Neale, P.J., Tapia, R.A., Carney, H., Lazzaro, X., Vincent, W.F. & W. Wurtsbaugh. 1992. Patterns of primary production and algal biomass. In: C. Dejoux & A. Iltis (eds) Lake Titicaca A Synthesis of Limnological Knowledge. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, p. 196-222.


71.

Wurtsbaugh, W., Vincent, W.F. et al. 1992. Nutrients and nutrient limitation of phytoplankton. In: C. Dejoux & A. Iltis (eds) Lake Titicaca a Synthesis of Limnological Knowledge. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, p. 147-60.


70.

Chang, F.H., Vincent, W.F. and P.H. Woods. 1992. Nitrogen utilization by size-fractionated phytoplankton assemblages associated with an upwelling event off Westland, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 26: 297-311.


69.

Vincent, W.F., Gibbs, M.M., and R.H. Spigel. 1991. Eutrophication processes regulated by a plunging river inflow. Hydrobiologia 226: 51-63.


68.

Broady, P.A. & W.F. Vincent. 1991. Life in land, ice and inland water habitats. In: T.H.Hatherton (ed.) Antarctica: The Ross Sea region. SIR Publishing. p.176-194.


67.

Kumar, S.K., Wake, G.C., Austin, P.C. & W.F. Vincent 1991. Picoplankton and marine food chain dynamics in a variable mixed-layer: a reaction-diffusion model. Ecological Modelling 57: 193-219.


66.

Schmidt, S., Moskall, W., De Mora, S.J.D. Howard-Williams, C. and W.F. Vincent. 1991. Limnological properties of Antarctic ponds during winter freezing. Antarctic Science 3: 379-388.


65.

Vincent, W.F. 1990. The dynamic coupling between photosynthesis and light in the phytoplankton environment. Verhandlungen Internationalen vereinigung Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 24: 25-37.


64.

Howard Williams, C., R. Pridmore, P.A. Broady & W.F. Vincent 1990. Environmental and biological variability in the McMurdo Ice Shelf ecosystem. In: Kerry, K. & Hempel, G. (eds) Ecological change and the conservation of Antarctic ecosystems. Springer Verlag p.23-31.


63.

Hall, J.A. & W.F. Vincent 1990. Vertical and horizontal structure in the picoplankton communities of a coastal upwelling system. Marine Biology 106: 465-471.


 
Selected other publications (pre 1990)

60.

Vincent, W.F. & S.J. Dryden 1989. Phytoplankton succession and cyanobacterial dominance in a eutrophic lake of the mid temperate zone (Lake Okaro, New Zealand). Ergebnisse der Limnologie 32: 137 163.


55.

Vincent, W.F. & C. Howard Williams 1988. Microbial ecology of southern Victoria Land streams (Antarctica). II. The effects of low temperature. In: W.F. Vincent & J.C. Ellis-Evans. High Latitude Limnology. Developments in Hydrobiology, pp. 39 50.


41.

Vincent, W.F., Wurtsbaugh, W., Neale, P.J. & P.J. Richerson. 1986. Polymixis and algal production in a tropical lake: latitudinal effects on the seasonality of photosynthesis. Freshwater Biology 16: 781 803.


39.

Howard Williams, C., Vincent, C.L., Broady, P.A. & W.F. Vincent. 1986. Antarctic stream ecosystems: variability in environmental properties and algal community structure. Internationale Revue gesamten Hydrobiologie 71: 511 544.


37.

Vincent, W.F. & C. Howard Williams. 1986. Antarctic stream ecosystems: physiological ecology of a blue green algal epilithon. Freshwater Biology 16: 219 233.


35.

Vincent, W.F., C.L. Vincent, M.T. Downes & P.J. Richerson. 1985. Nitrate cycling in Lake Titicaca (Peru Bolivia): The effects of high altitude and tropicality. Freshwater Biology 15: 31 42.


33.

Howard Williams, C. & W.F. Vincent. 1985. Optical properties of New Zealand lakes: underwater spectral characteristics and effects on PAR attentuation. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 104: 441-457.


30.

Vincent, W.F., P.J. Neale & P.J. Richerson. 1984. Photoinhibition: algal responses to bright light during diel stratification and mixing. Journal of Phycology 20: 201 211.


29.

Vincent, W.F., Wurtsbaugh, W., Vincent, C.L. and P.J. Richerson. 1984. Seasonal dynamics of nutrient limitation in a tropical alpine lake (Lake Titicaca, Peru Bolivia): Application of physiological bioassays. Limnology and Oceanography 29: 540-552.


28.

Howard Williams, C. & W.F. Vincent. 1984. Optical properties of New Zealand lakes: attenuation, scattering and scalar irradiance. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 99: 318 330.


24.

Vincent, W.F. 1983. Phytoplankton production and winter mixing: contrasting effects in two oligotrophic lakes. Journal of Ecology 71: 1 20.


22.

Vincent, W.F. & C.L. Vincent 1982. Factors controlling algal production in Lake Vanda (77oS). Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences 39: 1602 9.


21.

Vincent, W.F. 1982. The autecology of an ultraplanktonic shade alga in Lake Tahoe. Journal of Phycology 18: 226 232.


18.

Vincent, W.F., Downes, M.T. & C.L. Vincent 1981. Nitrous oxide cycling in Lake Vanda, Antarctica. Nature 292: 618 620.


17.

Vincent, W.F. 1981. Production strategies in antarctic inland waters: phytoplankton ecophysiology in a permanently ice covered lake. Ecology 62: 1215-1224.


10.

Vincent, W.F. and C.R. Goldman 1980. Evidence for algal heterotrophy in Lake Tahoe, California Nevada. Limnology and Oceanography 25: 89-99.


5.

Lam, C.W.Y., Vincent, W.F., and W.B. Silvester 1979. Nitrogenase activity and estimates of nitrogen fixation by freshwater benthic blue green algae. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 13: 187-192.


4.

Redfield, G.W. and W.F. Vincent 1979. Stages of infection and ecological effects of a fungal epidemic on the eggs of a limnetic copepod. Freshwater Biology 9: 503-510.


 
Books and Symposium Proceedings

B8.

Vincent, W.F. 2004. Microbial Ecosystems of Antarctica. Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom. 304 pp. (paperback re-issue of Vincent 1988).


B7.

Kumagai, M. & Vincent, W.F. (Eds) 2003. Freshwater Management - Global versus Local Perspectives . Springer-Verlag, Tokyo. 233 pp.


B6.

Elster, J., Seckbach, J., Vincent, W.F. & Lhotsky, O. (Eds) 2001. Algae and Extreme Environments. Nova Hedwigia Beih. 123: 602 pp.


B5.

Vincent, W.F. (Ed.) 1996. Environmental Management of a Cold Desert Ecosystem: the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Desert Research Institute, University of Nevada Special Publication 55 pp.


B4.

Vincent, W.F. (Ed.) 1989. Cyanobacterial Ecology of Two Eutrophic Lakes. E. Schweizerbart’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, West Germany. 254 pp.


B3.

Vincent, W.F. & J.C. Ellis Evans (Eds) 1989.High Latitude Limnology. Kluwers Academic Publishers Ltd, Netherlands. 322 pp.


B2.

Vincent, W.F. 1988. Microbial Ecosystems of Antarctica. Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom. 304 pp.


B1.

Vincent, W.F. (Ed.) 1987. Growth and dominance of bloom-forming cyanobacteria. New Zealand Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research 27: special issue. 181pp.