Publications:

Published:
Yasick, A.L., Krebs, R.A. and Wolin, J.A. 2015. Colonization of Lake Erie Tributaries by Allocapnia recta (Capniidae). International Journal of Stonefly Research 11(5):41-50.

Stevenson, R.J., Zalack, J.and Wolin, J.A.  2013. A multimetric index of lake diatom condition using surface sediment assemblages. Freshwater Science 32 (3): 1005-1025.

Wolin, J.A. and J.R. Stone, 2010. Diatoms as Indicators of Water-Level Change in Freshwater Lakes. In: The Diatoms: Applications for the Environmental and Earth Sciences, J.P. Smol and E.F. Stoermer (eds.), Cambridge University Press. pp. 174 -185.

Engstrom, D.R., J.E. Almendinger and J.A. Wolin 2009. Historical changes in sediment and phosphorus loading to the upper Mississippi River: mass-balance reconstructions from the sediments of Lake Pepin. Journal of Paleolimnology Vol. 41, Issue: 4, May 2009. pp. 563 ¿ 588.

Yasick, A.L. R.A. Krebs and J.A. Wolin 2007. The effect of dispersal ability in winter and summer stoneflies on their genetic differentiation. Ecological Entomology, 32:399-404.

Walton, B. Michael, M. Salling, J. Wyles and J.A. Wolin 2007. Biological Integrity in Urban Streams: Toward Resolving Multiple Dimensions of Urbanization. Landscape and Urban Planning, 79:110-123.

Wolin J.A. and P. MacKeigan 2005. Human influence past and present ¿ relationship of nutrient and hydrologic conditions to urban wetland macrophyte distribution. Ohio J. of Science, 105:125-132.

Balanson, S., B. Michael Walton, J.A. Wolin and T.K. Mal 2005. Aquatic macrophyte diversity and habitat characterization of the Cuyahoga River watershed in Northeastern Ohio. Ohio J. of Science, 105: 88-96.

Wolin, J.A. and Stoermer, E.F., 2005. Response of a Lake Michigan coastal lake to anthropogenic catchment disturbance. J. Paleolimn. 33(1): 73-94.

Björck, S., N. Noe-Nygaard, J. Wolin, M. Houmark-Neilsen, H.J. Hansen, I. Snowball. 2000. Eemian lake development, hydrology and climate - A multi-stratigraphic study of the Hollerup site in Denmark. Quaternary Science Reviews 19: 509-536.

Wolin, J.A. and H.C. Duthie, 1999. Diatoms as Indicators of Water-Level Change in Freshwater Lakes. In: The Diatoms Applications to the Environmental and Earth Sciences, E.F. Stoermer and J.P. Smol (eds.), Cambridge University Press. pp.183-202.

Wolin, J.A. 1996.  Late Holocene lake-level and lake-development signals in Lower Herring Lake, Michigan.  J. Paleolimn. 15(1): 19-45.

Odgaard, B., P.F. Møller, P. Rasmussen, J.A. Wolin and N.J. Anderson. 1995. Nørresø: paleolimnological investigation and catchment analysis (title translated from Danish) DGU Kunde rapport nr. 48. 56 pp.

Odgaard, B., P.F. Møller, J.A. Wolin, N.J. Anderson, and P. Rasmussen. 1995. Flyndersø: paleolimnological investigation and catchment analysis (title translated from Danish). DGU Kunderapport nr. 22. 36 pp.

Stoermer, E. F., J. A. Wolin, and C. L. Schelske. 1993.  Paleolimnological comparison of the Laurentian Great Lakes based on diatoms.  Limnol. Oceanogr. 38:1311-1316.

Wolin, J. A., E. F. Stoermer, and C. L. Schelske. 1991.  Recent changes in Lake Ontario: 1981-1987: Microfossil evidence of phosphorus reduction.  Journal of Great Lakes Research. 17:229-240.

Stoermer, E. F., C. L. Schelske, and J. A. Wolin. 1990.  Siliceous Microfossil succession in the sediments of McLeod Bay, Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.  Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 47:1865-1874.

Stoermer, E. F., J. A. Wolin, C. L. Schelske, and D. J. Conley. 1990.  Siliceous microfossil succession in Lake Michigan.  Limnol.  Oceanogr. 35:959-967.

Wolin, J. A., E. F. Stoermer, C. L. Schelske, and D. J. Conley.  1988.  Siliceous microfossil succession in recent Lake Huron sediments.  Archiv fur Hydrobiol. 114:175-198.

Stoermer, E. F., J. A. Wolin, C. L. Schelske, and D. J. Conley. 1985.  Variations in Melosira islandica valve morphology in Lake Ontario sediments related to eutrophication and silica depletion.  Limnol. Oceanogr. 30:414-418.

Stoermer, E. F., J. A. Wolin, C. L. Schelske, and D. J. Conley. 1985.  An assessment of ecological changes during the recent history of Lake Ontario based on siliceous algal microfossils preserved in the sediments.  J. of Phycol. 21:257-276.

Stoermer, E. F., J. A. Wolin, C. L. Schelske, and D. J. Conley. 1985.  Post-settlement diatom succession in the Bay of Quinte, Lake Ontario. Can J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 42:754-767.

REPORTS and DOCUMENTS:
USEPA 2009. Draft National Lake Assessment Report, A Collaborative Survey of the Nation¿s Lakes. EPA-841-R09-001, US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water and Office of Research and Development, Washington, D.C. Data Analysis Team Member. URL: http://www.epa.gov/lakessurvey/