Joseph Rasmussen
Joseph Rasmussen
Professor of Biological Science, University of Lethbridge
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Variation in δ15N and δ13C trophic fractionation: Implications for aquatic food web studies
MJV Zanden, JB Rasmussen
Limnology and oceanography 46 (8), 2061-2066, 2001
Extinction rates of North American freshwater fauna
A Ricciardi, JB Rasmussen
Conservation biology 13 (5), 1220-1222, 1999
Primary Consumer δ 13C and δ 15N and the Trophic Position of Aquatic Consumers
MJ Vander Zanden, JB Rasmussen
Ecology, 1395-1404, 1999
Comparison of aquatic food chains using nitrogen isotopes.
G Cabana, JB Rasmussen
Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences 93 (20), 10844-10847, 1996
Stable isotope evidence for the food web consequences of species invasions in lakes
MJ Vander Zanden, JM Casselman, JB Rasmussen
Nature 401 (6752), 464-467, 1999
Modelling food chain structure and contaminant bioaccumulation using stable nitrogen isotopes
G Cabana, JB Rasmussen
Nature 372 (6503), 255-257, 1994
Comparing trophic position of freshwater fish calculated using stable nitrogen isotope ratios (δ15N) and literature dietary data
MJ Vander Zanden, G Cabana, JB Rasmussen
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54 (5), 1142-1158, 1997
The dynamics of spatially coupled food webs
KS McCann, JB Rasmussen, J Umbanhowar
Ecology letters 8 (5), 513-523, 2005
Predicting the identity and impact of future biological invaders: a priority for aquatic resource management
A Ricciardi, JB Rasmussen
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55 (7), 1759-1765, 1998
The effect of temperature and algal biomass on bacterial production and specific growth rate in freshwater and marine habitats
PA White, J Kalff, JB Rasmussen, JM Gasol
Microbial ecology 21, 99-118, 1991
Impending extinctions of North American freshwater mussels (Unionoida) following the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) invasion
A Ricciardi, RJ Neves, JB Rasmussen
Journal of animal ecology 67 (4), 613-619, 1998
A trophic position model of pelagic food webs: impact on contaminant bioaccumulation in lake trout
MJ Vander Zanden, JB Rasmussen
Ecological monographs 66 (4), 451-477, 1996
Patterns of food chain length in lakes: a stable isotope study
MJ Vander Zanden, BJ Shuter, N Lester, JB Rasmussen
The American Naturalist 154 (4), 406-416, 1999
Food Chain Structure in Ontario Lakes Determines PCB Levels in Lake Trout (Salvelinus namaycush) and Other Pelagic Fish
JB Rasmussen, DJ Rowan, DRS Lean, JH Carey
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 47 (10), 2030-2038, 1990
The role of the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) in structuring macroinvertebrate communities on hard substrata
A Ricciardi, FG Whoriskey, JB Rasmussen
Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences 54 (11), 2596-2608, 1997
Pelagic food chain structure in Ontario lakes: a determinant of mercury levels in lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush)
G Cabana, A Tremblay, J Kalff, JB Rasmussen
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 51 (2), 381-389, 1994
Impaired cortisol stress response in fish from environments polluted by PAHs, PCBs, and mercury
A Hontela, JB Rasmussen, C Audet, G Chevalier
Archives of Environmental Contamination and toxicology 22, 278-283, 1992
How important are terrestrial organic carbon inputs for secondary production in freshwater ecosystems?
MT Brett, SE Bunn, S Chandra, AWE Galloway, F Guo, MJ Kainz, ...
Freshwater Biology 62 (5), 833-853, 2017
Modeling the elimination of mercury by fish
M Trudel, JB Rasmussen
Environmental Science & Technology 31 (6), 1716-1722, 1997
The humic content of lake water and its relationship to watershed and lake morphometry
JB Rasmussen, L Godbout, M Schallenberg
Limnology and Oceanography 34 (7), 1336-1343, 1989
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