Creed IF, Hwang T, Lutz B, and Way D. 2015. Climate warming causes intensification of the hydrological cycle resulting in changes in the vernal and autumnal windows in a northern temperate forest. Invited contribution to Special Issue: “Runoff Generation in a Nordic Light: 30 Years with Water’s Way from Rain to Stream.” Hydrological Processes. 29(16):3519–3534.
Creed IF, McKnight DM, Pellerin B, Green MB, Bergamaschi B, Aiken G, Findlay SEG, Burns D, Shanley J, Striegl R, Aulenbach B, Clow D, Laudon H, McGlynn B, McGuire K, Smith R, Stackpoole S. 2015.The river as a chemostat: fresh perspectives on dissolved organic matter flowing down the river continuum. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 72: 1272-1285.
Yeung AC, and Richardson JS. 2016. Some Conceptual and Operational Considerations when Measuring’Resilience’: A Response to Hodgson et al. Trends in e-Ecology & Evolution. 31(1):2-3.
Tomscha S, Sutherland I, Renard D, Gergel S, Rhemtulla J, Bennett E, Eddy I, Daniels L, and Clark E. 2016. A Guide to Historical Data Sets for Reconstructing Ecosystem Service Change over Time. Bioscience. 66(9): 747-762. Doi: 10.1093/biosci/biw086
Tomscha S, Gergel S. 2016. Ecosystem service trade-offs and synergies misunderstood without landscape history. Ecology and Society. 21(1):43.
Creed IF, Cormier R, Laurent KL, Accatino F, Igras J, Henley P, Friedman KB, Johnson LB, Crossman J, Dillon PJ, and Trick CG. 2016. Formal integration of science and management systems needed to achieve thriving and prosperous Great Lakes. BioScience. 66(5):408-18.
Creed IF, Weber M, Accatino F, and Kreutzweiser DP. 2016. Managing Forests for Water in the Anthropocene—The Best Kept Secret Services of Forest Ecosystems. Forests. 8;7(3):60.