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Eleanor Jennings

Marcé R, George G, Buscarinu P, Deidda M, Dunalska J, de Eyto E, Flaim G, Grossart H-P, Istvanovics V, Moreno-Ostos E et al..  2016.  Automatic high frequency monitoring for improved lake and reservoir management. Environmental Science & Technology. 50:10780-10794.
S.Read J, Gries C, Read EK, Klug J, Hanson P, Hipsey MR, Jennings E, O’Reilly CM, Winslow LA, Pierson D et al..  2016.  Generating community-built tools for data sharing and analysis in environmental networks. Inland Waters. 6:637-644.
Smyth RL, Caruso A, M. Borre A, Zhu G, Zhu M, Hetherington AL, Jennings E, Klug JL, Piccolo MCintia, Rusak JA et al..  2016.  High-frequency lake data benefits society through broader engagement with stakeholders: a synthesis of GLEON data use survey and member experiences. Inland Waters. (6):555-564.
Dalton C, Jennings E, Taylor D.  2016.  Integrating Observed, Inferred and Simulated Data to Illuminate Environmental Change: a Limnological Case Study. Biology and environment. 116B:1-16.
de Eyto E, Jennings E, Ryder E, Sparber K, Dillane M, Dalton C, Poole R.  2016.  The response of a humic lake ecosystem to an extreme precipitation event: physical, chemical and biological implications. Inland Waters. 6:483-498.
de Eyto E, Dalton C, Dillane M, Jennings E, McGinnity P, O'Dwyer B, Poole R, Rogan G, Taylor D.  2016.  The response of North Atlantic diadromous fish to land use and climate change: a five decade study. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 73:1759-1769.
Aguilera R, Livingstone D.M, Adrian R, Jennings E, Marcé R.  2016.  Using dynamic factor analysis to show how sampling resolution and data gaps affect the recognition of patterns in limnological time series. Inland Waters. 16:284-294.