References – MacArthur 100 and Change (PDF version available)
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2. Tahoe Conservancy Strategic Plan 2012-2017 http://tahoe.ca.gov/about-us/strategic-plan/
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11. Tahoe Regional Planning Agency 2016. Tributary Load Indicator Sheets
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14. Rueda, F.J., Schladow, S.G. and Palmarsson, S.O. 2003. Basin-scale Internal Wave Dynamics during a Winter Cooling Period in a Large Lake. Journal, Geophysical Research, 108(C3): 3097.
15. Sahoo, G.B., S.G. Schladow. 2008. Impacts of Climate Change on Lakes and Reservoirs Dynamics and Restoration Policies. Journal, Sustainability Science, 3(2): 189-200.
16. Rueda, F.J. ,Vidal, J, and Schladow, S. G.. 2009. Modeling the effect of size reduction on the stratification of a large wind-driven lake using an uncertainty-based approach. Journal, Water Resources Research, 45: W03411.
17. Sahoo, G.B., Schladow, S.G. and Reuter J.E. 2010. Effect of sediment and nutrient loading on Lake Tahoe (CA-NV) optical conditions and restoration opportunities using a newly developed lake clarity model. Water Resources Research, 46(10).
18. Sahoo, G.B., Schladow, S.G., Reuter, J.E., Coats, R., Dettinger, M., Riverson, J., Wolfe, B., Costa-Cabral, M. 2012. The response of Lake Tahoe to climate change. Climatic Change, DOI 10.1007/s10584-0.
19. Sahoo, G.B., Forrest, A.L., Schladow, S.G., Reuter, J.E., Coats, R. and Dettinger, M. 2016. Climate Change Impacts on Lake Thermal Dynamics and Ecosystem Vulnerabilities. Limnology and Oceanography, 16(2): 496–507.
20. Forrest, A. L., M.E. Wittmann, V. Schmidt, N.A. Raineault, A. Hamilton, W. Pike, S.G. Schladow, J.E. Reuter, B.E. Laval and A.C. Trembanis. 2012. Quantitative assessment of invasive species in lacustrine environments through benthic imagery analysis. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 10: 65-74.
21. Hook, S.J. , Changer, G., Barsi, J.A., Alley, R.A. , Abtahi, A., Palluconi, F.D., Markham, B.L. Richards, R.C. Schladow, S.G. and Helder, D.L. 2004. In-Flight Validation and Recovery of Water Surface Temperature with Landsat 5 Thermal Infrared Data Using an Automated High Altitude Lake Validation Site at Lake Tahoe. Journal, IEEE Transactions Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 42(12): 2767-2776.
22. Steissberg, T.E., Hook, S.J. and Schladow, S.G. 2005. Measuring Surface Currents in Lakes with High Spatial Resolution Thermal Infrared Imagery. Journal Geophysical Research Letters, 32(L11402).
23. Schladow, S. G., Reinoso, J. F. and Léon, C. 2015. Quantifying the Potential for a Low-Cost, Distributed Stormwater Detention System Using Lidar and Remotely Sensed Data. Final Report to the Pacific Southwest Research Station of the US Forest Service.
24. Roberts, D., Schladow, S.G. and Hargreaves, B. 2016. Characterizing littoral impacts of wind-driven upwelling events in a large lake using high-frequency nearshore water quality data. Proceedings 19th Workshop on Physical Processes in Natural Waters, Bath, UK.
25. Schladow, S. G. Sprague, H.M. and Hargreaves, B.R. 2016. Seiches and internal waves – their impacts at the bottom of a large lake. Proceedings 19th Workshop on Physical Processes in Natural Waters, Bath, UK.