|Lake responses to reduced nutrient loading–an analysis of contemporary long‐term data from 35 case studies|
E Jeppesen, M Søndergaard, JP Jensen, KE Havens, O Anneville, ...
Freshwater biology 50 (10), 1747-1771, 2005
|Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe|
CM O'Reilly, S Sharma, DK Gray, SE Hampton, JS Read, RJ Rowley, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (24), 10,773-10,781, 2015
|Big data and the future of ecology|
SE Hampton, CA Strasser, JJ Tewksbury, WK Gram, AE Budden, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (3), 156-162, 2013
|Sixty years of environmental change in the world's largest freshwater lake–Lake Baikal, Siberia|
SE Hampton, LR Izmest'eva, MV Moore, SL Katz, B Dennis, EA Silow
Global Change Biology 14 (8), 1947-1958, 2008
|Natural history's place in science and society|
JJ Tewksbury, JGT Anderson, JD Bakker, TJ Billo, PW Dunwiddie, ...
BioScience 64 (4), 300-310, 2014
|Ecology under lake ice|
SE Hampton, AWE Galloway, SM Powers, T Ozersky, KH Woo, RD Batt, ...
Ecology letters 20 (1), 98-111, 2017
|Climate change and the world's “sacred sea”—Lake Baikal, Siberia|
MV Moore, SE Hampton, LR Izmest'Eva, EA Silow, EV Peshkova, ...
BioScience 59 (5), 405-417, 2009
|Collaboration and productivity in scientific synthesis|
SE Hampton, JN Parker
BioScience 61 (11), 900-910, 2011
|A global database of lake surface temperatures collected by in situ and satellite methods from 1985–2009|
S Sharma, DK Gray, JS Read, CM O’reilly, P Schneider, A Qudrat, C Gries, ...
Scientific data 2 (1), 1-19, 2015
|The Tao of open science for ecology|
SE Hampton, SS Anderson, SC Bagby, C Gries, X Han, EM Hart, ...
Ecosphere 6 (7), 1-13, 2015
|A tale of two spills: novel science and policy implications of an emerging new oil spill model|
CH Peterson, SS Anderson, GN Cherr, RF Ambrose, S Anghera, S Bay, ...
BioScience 62 (5), 461-469, 2012
|Heating up a cold subject: prospects for under-ice plankton research in lakes|
SE Hampton, MV Moore, T Ozersky, EH Stanley, CM Polashenski, ...
Journal of plankton research 37 (2), 277-284, 2015
|Lake-wide physical and biological trends associated with warming in Lake Baikal|
LR Izmest'eva, MV Moore, SE Hampton, CJ Ferwerda, DK Gray, KH Woo, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 42 (1), 6-17, 2016
|Quantifying effects of abiotic and biotic drivers on community dynamics with multivariate autoregressive (MAR) models|
SE Hampton, EE Holmes, LP Scheef, MD Scheuerell, SL Katz, ...
Ecology 94 (12), 2663-2669, 2013
|Communicating with the public: opportunities and rewards for individual ecologists|
ML Pace, SE Hampton, KE Limburg, EM Bennett, EM Cook, AE Davis, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8 (6), 292-298, 2010
|Diel vertical migrations of zooplankton in a shallow, fishless pond: A possible avoidance‐response cascade induced by notonectids|
JJ Gilbert, SE Hampton
Freshwater Biology 46 (5), 611-621, 2001
|Habitat overlap of enemies: temporal patterns and the role of spatial complexity|
Oecologia 138 (3), 475-484, 2004
|Coalescence in the Lake Washington story: Interaction strengths in a planktonic food web|
SE Hampton1, MD Scheuerell, DE Schindler
Limnology and oceanography 51 (5), 2042-2051, 2006
|A synthesis of carbon dioxide and methane dynamics during the ice‐covered period of northern lakes|
BA Denfeld, HM Baulch, PA del Giorgio, SE Hampton, J Karlsson
Limnology and Oceanography Letters 3 (3), 117-131, 2018
|Open science, reproducibility, and transparency in ecology|
SM Powers, SE Hampton
Ecological Applications 29 (1), e01822, 2019