George Arhonditsis
George Arhonditsis
Professor of Environmental Modelling-University of Toronto
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The re-eutrophication of Lake Erie: Harmful algal blooms and hypoxia
SB Watson, C Miller, G Arhonditsis, GL Boyer, W Carmichael, ...
Harmful algae 56, 44-66, 2016
Evaluation of the current state of mechanistic aquatic biogeochemical modeling
GB Arhonditsis, MT Brett
Marine Ecology Progress Series 271, 13-26, 2004
Sensors in the stream: the high-frequency wave of the present
M Rode, AJ Wade, MJ Cohen, RT Hensley, MJ Bowes, JW Kirchner, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 50 (19), 10297-10307, 2016
Challenges and opportunities for integrating lake ecosystem modelling approaches
WM Mooij, D Trolle, E Jeppesen, G Arhonditsis, PV Belolipetsky, ...
Aquatic Ecology 44, 633-667, 2010
Eutrophication model for Lake Washington (USA): Part I. Model description and sensitivity analysis
GB Arhonditsis, MT Brett
Ecological modelling 187 (2-3), 140-178, 2005
Non-point-source impacts on stream nutrient concentrations along a forest to urban gradient
MT Brett, GB Arhonditsis, SE Mueller, DM Hartley, JD Frodge, DE Funke
Environmental management 35, 330-342, 2005
Exploring ecological patterns with structural equation modeling and Bayesian analysis
GB Arhonditsis, CA Stow, LJ Steinberg, MA Kenney, RC Lathrop, ...
Ecological Modelling 192 (3-4), 385-409, 2006
Evaluation of the current state of distributed watershed nutrient water quality modeling
C Wellen, AR Kamran-Disfani, GB Arhonditsis
Environmental science & technology 49 (6), 3278-3290, 2015
Eutrophication risk assessment using Bayesian calibration of process-based models: application to a mesotrophic lake
GB Arhonditsis, SS Qian, CA Stow, EC Lamon, KH Reckhow
ecological modelling 208 (2-4), 215-229, 2007
Our current understanding of lake ecosystem response to climate change: what have we really learned from the north temperate deep lakes?
Y Shimoda, ME Azim, G Perhar, M Ramin, MA Kenney, S Sadraddini, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 37 (1), 173-193, 2011
Patterns and mechanisms of phytoplankton variability in Lake Washington (USA)
GB Arhonditsis, M Winder, MT Brett, DE Schindler
Water Research 38 (18), 4013-4027, 2004
How successful are the restoration efforts of China's lakes and reservoirs?
J Huang, Y Zhang, GB Arhonditsis, J Gao, Q Chen, N Wu, F Dong, W Shi
Environment international 123, 96-103, 2019
Multiple regression models: A methodology for evaluating trihalomethane concentrations in drinking water from raw water characteristics
SK Golfinopoulos, GB Arhonditsis
Chemosphere 47 (9), 1007-1018, 2002
New challenges in integrated water quality modelling
M Rode, G Arhonditsis, D Balin, T Kebede, V Krysanova, A Van Griensven, ...
Hydrological processes 24 (24), 3447-3461, 2010
A community-based framework for aquatic ecosystem models
D Trolle, DP Hamilton, MR Hipsey, K Bolding, J Bruggeman, WM Mooij, ...
Hydrobiologia 683, 25-34, 2012
Characterizing the river water quality in China: Recent progress and on-going challenges
J Huang, Y Zhang, H Bing, J Peng, F Dong, J Gao, GB Arhonditsis
Water research 201, 117309, 2021
Effects of climatic variability on the thermal properties of Lake Washington
GB Arhonditsis, MT Brett, CL DeGasperi, DE Schindler
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (1), 256-270, 2004
Quantification of the effects of nonpoint nutrient sources to coastal marine eutrophication: applications to a semi-enclosed gulf in the Mediterranean Sea
G Arhonditsis, G Tsirtsis, MO Angelidis, M Karydis
Ecological Modelling 129 (2-3), 209-227, 2000
Bayesian calibration of mechanistic aquatic biogeochemical models and benefits for environmental management
GB Arhonditsis, D Papantou, W Zhang, G Perhar, E Massos, M Shi
Journal of Marine Systems 73 (1-2), 8-30, 2008
The magnitude and drivers of harmful algal blooms in China’s lakes and reservoirs: A national-scale characterization
J Huang, Y Zhang, GB Arhonditsis, J Gao, Q Chen, J Peng
Water Research 181, 115902, 2020
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