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Ho, J.C., A.M. Michalak, R.P. Stumpf, and T.B. Bridgeman. (2015). “28-year history of blooms in Lake Erie shows foreshadowing of increasing susceptibility to blooms.” International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) Annual Conference. Burlington, VT, USA, May 2015. [Link]
Ho, J.C., and A.M. Michalak. (2014). “Using LANDSAT to expand the historical record of phytoplankton blooms in Lake Erie.” American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA, USA, December 2014. [Link]
Ho, J.C., and J. Davis. (2014). “Probing the impacts of climate change on household water supply in Mozambique.” University of North Carolina Water and Health Conference. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, October 2014 [Link]
Ho, J.C. (2014). "Environmental and social benefits of transboundary water cooperation: the North American Great Lakes case." United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Workshop, 'Counting our gains: Sharing experiences on identifying, assessing and communicating the benefits of transboundary water cooperation.' Geneva, Switzerland, May 2014. [Link]
Zhou, Y., D. Beletsky, Y.R. Rao, R.P. Richards, J.C. Ho and A.M. Michalak. (2014). “Effect of Extreme Weather on 2012 Lake Erie Hypoxic Spatial Extent.” IAGLR Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. Hamilton, ON, Canada, May 2014.
Ho, J.C., A.M. Michalak, T.B. Bridgeman, and R.P. Stumpf. (2014). “Evaluating LANDSAT algorithms for cataloguing historical harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie.” IAGLR Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. Hamilton, ON, Canada, May 2014. [Link]
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