Publications of Lance Lesack

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39. Cunada, CL; Lesack, LFW; Tank, SE.  (2021)   Methane emission dynamics among CO2-absorbing and thermokarst lakes of a great Arctic delta.  Biogeochemistry 156: 375-399 DOI
38. Marcek, HAM; Lesack, LFW; Orcutt, BN; Wheat, CG; Dallimore, SR; Geeves, K; Lapham, LL.  (2021)   Continuous Dynamics of Dissolved Methane Over 2 Years and its Carbon Isotopes (delta C-13, Delta C-14) in a Small Arctic Lake in the Mackenzie Delta.  J. Geophys. Res.-Biogeosci. 126 DOI
37. Nzotungicimpaye, CM; Zickfeld, K; MacDougall, AH; Melton, JR; Treat, CC; Eby, M; Lesack, LFW.  (2021)   WETMETH 1.0: a new wetland methane model for implementation in Earth system models.  Geosci. Model Dev. 14: 6215-6240 DOI
36. Gareis, JAL; Lesack, LFW.  (2020)   Ice-out and freshet fluxes of CO2 and CH4 across the air-water interface of the channel network of a great Arctic delta, the Mackenzie.  Polar Res. 39 DOI
35. Ji, XY; Lesack, LFW; Melack, JM; Wang, SL; Riley, WJ; Shen, CP.  (2019)   Seasonal and Interannual Patterns and Controls of Hydrological Fluxes in an Amazon Floodplain Lake With a Surface-Subsurface Process Model.  Water Resour. Res. 55: 3056-3075 DOI
34. Cunada, CL; Lesack, LFW; Tank, SE.  (2018)   Seasonal Dynamics of Dissolved Methane in Lakes of the Mackenzie Delta and the Role of Carbon Substrate Quality.  J. Geophys. Res.-Biogeosci. 123 DOI
33. Gareis, JAL; Lesack, LFW.  (2017)   Fluxes of particulates and nutrients during hydrologically defined seasonal periods in an ice-affected great Arctic river, the Mackenzie.  Water Resour. Res. 53: 6109-6132 DOI
32. Crasto, N; Hopkinson, C; Forbes, DL; Lesack, L; Marsh, P; Spooner, I; van der Sanden, JJ.  (2015)   A LiDAR-based decision-tree classification of open water surfaces in an Arctic delta.  Remote Sensing of Environment 164: 90-102 DOI
31. Lesack, LFW; Marsh, P; Hicks, FE; Forbes, DL.  (2014)   Local spring warming drives earlier river- ice breakup in a large Arctic delta.  Geophysical Research Letters 41: 1560-1566 DOI
30. Emmerton, CA; Graydon, JA; Gareis, JAL; St Louis, VL; Lesack, LFW; Banack, JKA; Hicks, F; Nafziger, J.  (2013)   Mercury Export to the Arctic Ocean from the Mackenzie River, Canada.  Environmental Science & Technology 47: 7644-7654 DOI
29. Chateauvert CA, Lesack LFW, Bothwell ML.  (2012)   Abundance and patterns of transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) in Arctic floodplain lakes of the Mackenzie River Delta.  Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 117, G04013, 14 PP., 2012 DOI
28. Chateauvert, CA; Lesack, LFW; Bothwell, ML.  (2012)   Bacterial community dominance of particle-attached bacteria in lakes of the Mackenzie River Delta: transparent exopolymer particle contribution.  Aquatic Microbial Ecology 68: 57-76 DOI
27. Hopkinson, C; Crasto, N; Marsh, P; Forbes, D; Lesack, L.  (2011)   Investigating the spatial distribution of water levels in the Mackenzie Delta using airborne LiDAR.  Hydrological Processes 25: 2995-3011 DOI
26. Tank, SE; Lesack, LFW; Gareis, JAL; Osburn, CL; Hesslein, RH.  (2011)   Multiple tracers demonstrate distinct sources of dissolved organic matter to lakes of the Mackenzie Delta, western Canadian Arctic.  Limnology and Oceanography 56: 1297-1309 DOI
25. Gareis, JAL; Lesack, LFW; Bothwell, ML.  (2010)   Attenuation of in situ UV radiation in Mackenzie Delta lakes with varying dissolved organic matter compositions.  Water Resources Research 46: W09516 DOI
24. Lesack, LFW; Marsh, P.  (2010)   River-to-lake connectivities, water renewal, and aquatic habitat diversity in the Mackenzie River Delta.  Water Resources Research 46: W12504 DOI
23. Graydon, JA; Emmerton, CA; Lesack, LFW; Kelly, EN.  (2009)   Mercury in the Mackenzie River delta and estuary: Concentrations and fluxes during open-water conditions.  Science of the Total Environment 407: 2980-2988 DOI
22. Marsh, L. Lesack, F. Hicks, A. Roberts, C. Hopkinson, S. Solomon, D.L.Forbes, M. Russell, H. Haywood.  (2009)   Hydrology of the Mackenzie Delta: off-channel water storage and delta interaction with the Beaufort Sea.  17Th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop Iqaluit-Pangnirtung-Kuujjuaq, Canada, August 12 to 18, 2009 217-226  PDF
21. Nafziger J, Hicks F, Andrishak R, Marsh R, Lesack L.  (2009)   Hydraulic Model of River Flow and Storage Effects in the Mackenzie Delta, Canada.  17Th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop Iqaluit-Pangnirtung-Kuujjuaq, Canada, August 12 to 18, 2009 237-247
20. Squires, MM; Lesack, LFW; Hecky, RE; Guildford, SJ; Ramlal, P; Higgins, SN.  (2009)   Primary Production and Carbon Dioxide Metabolic Balance of a Lake-Rich Arctic River Floodplain: Partitioning of Phytoplankton, Epipelon, Macrophyte, and Epiphyton Production Among Lakes on the Mackenzie Delta.  Ecosystems 12: 853-872 DOI
19. Tank, SE; Lesack, LFW; Hesslein, RH.  (2009)   Northern Delta Lakes as Summertime CO2 Absorbers Within the Arctic Landscape.  Ecosystems 12: 144-157 DOI
18. Tank, SE; Lesack, LFW; McQueen, DJ.  (2009)   Elevated pH regulates bacterial carbon cycling in lakes with high photosynthetic activity.  Ecology 90: 1910-1922  Website DOI
17. Emmerton, CA; Lesack, LFW; Vincent, WF.  (2008)   Mackenzie River nutrient delivery to the Arctic Ocean and effects of the Mackenzie Delta during open water conditions.  Global Biogeochemical Cycles 22 DOI
16. Emmerton, CA; Lesack, LFW; Vincent, WF.  (2008)   Nutrient and organic matter patterns across the Mackenzie River, estuary and shelf during the seasonal recession of sea-ice.  Journal of Marine Systems 74: 741-755 DOI
15. Emmerton, CA; Lesack, LFW; Marsh, P.  (2007)   Lake abundance, potential water storage, and habitat distribution in the Mackenzie River Delta, western Canadian Arctic.  Water Resources Research 43 DOI
14. Lesack, L., and P. Marsh.  (2007)   Lengthening plus shortening of river-to-lake connection times in the Mackenzie River Delta respectively via two global change mechanisms along the arctic coast.  Geophys. Res. Lett. 34: L23404 DOI
13. Febria, CM; Lesack, LFW; Gareis, JAL; Bothwell, ML.  (2006)   Patterns of hydrogen peroxide among lakes of the Mackenzie Delta, western Canadian Arctic.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 2107-2118
12. Spears, BM; Lesack, LFW.  (2006)   Bacterioplankton production, abundance, and nutrient limitation among lakes of the Mackenzie Delta (western Canadian arctic).  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 845-857
11. Squires, MM; Lesack, LFW.  (2003)   The relation between sediment nutrient content and macrophyte biomass and community structure along a water transparency gradient among lakes of the Mackenzie Delta.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60: 333-343
10. Squires, MM; Lesack, LFW.  (2003)   Spatial and temporal patterns of light attenuation among lakes of the Mackenzie Delta.  Freshwater Biology 48: 1-20
9. Headley, JV; Marsh, P; Akre, CJ; Peru, KM; Lesack, L.  (2002)   Origin of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in lake sediments of the Mackenzie Delta.  Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A-Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering 37: 1159-1180
8. Squires, MM; Lesack, LFW.  (2002)   Water transparency and nutrients as controls on phytoplankton along a flood-frequency gradient among lakes of the Mackenzie Delta, western Canadian Arctic.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59: 1339-1349
7. Squires, MM; Lesack, LFW; Huebert, D.  (2002)   The influence of water transparency on the distribution and abundance of macrophytes among lakes of the Mackenzie Delta, Western Canadian Arctic.  Freshwater Biology 47: 2123-2135
6. Michelutti, N; Hay, MB; Marsh, P; Lesack, L; Smol, JP.  (2001)   Diatom changes in Lake Sediments from the Mackenzie Delta, NWT, Canada: Paleohydrological applications.  Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research 33: 1-12
5. Squires, MM; Lesack, LFW.  (2001)   Benthic algal response to pulsed versus distributed inputs of sediments and nutrients in a Mackenzie Delta lake.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 20: 369-384
4. Lesack, LFW; Marsh, P; Hecky, RE.  (1998)   Spatial and temporal dynamics of major solute chemistry among Mackenzie Delta lakes.  Limnology and Oceanography 43: 1530-1543
3. Hay, MB; Smol, JP; Pipke, KJ; Lesack, LFW.  (1997)   A diatom-based paleohydrological model for the Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories, Canada.  Arctic and Alpine Research 29: 430-444
2. Lesack, LFW; Melack, JM.  (1996)   Mass balance of major solutes in a rainforest catchment in the Central Amazon: Implications for nutrient budgets in tropical rainforests.  Biogeochemistry 32: 115-142
1. Marsh, P; Lesack, LFW.  (1996)   The hydrologic regime of perched lakes in the Mackenzie delta: Potential responses to climate change.  Limnology and Oceanography 41: 849-856
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