Irena CreedFaculty of Science

Presentations

Invited, Plenary and Keynote PresentationsInvited Workshops | Contributed Presentations 

Invited, Plenary and Keynote Presentations

73. Creed IF. 2018. A portfolio of hydrologic connections between geographically isolated wetlands and rivers are needed to maintain watershed functions. North American Congress for Conservation Biology. July 21-26, Toronto, ON. Plenary Speaker.

72. Creed IF. 2018. “Oh, the places you’ll go!” – Is climate change driving cyanobacteria to remote northern lakes? Distinguished Lecture, Bernard and Susan Master Moonlight on the Marsh Lecture Series, Everglades Wetland Research Park, February 15, Naples, FL. Invited.

71. Creed IF. 2017. TBD. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 11-15, New Orleans, LA. Invited.

70. Creed IF. 2017. “Oh, the places you’ll go!” – Is climate change driving cyanobacteria to remote northern lakes? September 29, Watershed lecture, Vale Living with Lakes Centre, Laurentian University, Sudbury, ON. Invited.

69. Creed IF, Ameli AA. Prioritizing geographically isolated wetland management strategies to reduce the risk of eutrophication of Lake Winnipeg. American Water Resources Association Spring Specialty Conference, April 30-May 3, Snowbird, UT. Invited.

68. Senar OE, Creed IF, Webster K. Climate driven changes in hydrological connectivity influences the magnitude and fate of carbon export in temperate forests. American Water Resources Association Spring Specialty Conference, April 30-May 3, Snowbird, UT. Invited.

67. Ameli AA, Creed IF. Quantifying surface and groundwater hydrologic connectivity of geographically isolated wetlands to surface water systems in a prairie pothole landscape. American Water Resources Association Spring Specialty Conference, April 30-May 3, Snowbird, UT. Invited.

66. Creed IF. 2017. Is forest resilience at risk in the Anthropocene? Northeastern Research Cooperative (NERC) Conference, March 28-29, Saratoga Springs, NY. Invited.

65. Creed IF. 2017. Connectivity matters: Portfolios of hydrologic connections of wetlands to streams are important determinants of wetland functions. Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Mountains to the Sea, February 28-March 3, Honolulu, HI. Invited.

64. Creed IF. 2016. Forest resilience: Finding the new normal. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 12-16, San Francisco, CA. Invited.

63. Creed IF. 2016. Oh, the places you'll go!: Is climate change driving cyanobacteria to remote lakes? Endowed Lecture in Water, Notre Dame University. October 27, South Bend, IN. Keynote.

62. Creed IF. 2016. Wetland restoration can help us fast track the return of watershed ecosystem services. 10th INTECOL International Wetlands Conference: Hotspots of Biodiversity and Ecosystem services under Global Changes. September 19-24. Changshu, China. Invited.

61. Creed IF. 2016. Is climate change causing regime shifts in the trophic status of remote lakes. Keynote lecture for our Departmental Research Symposium. 5th annual event for undergraduate and graduate researchers in the Department of Chemistry and Biology. Ryerson University, August 18. Keynote.

60. Creed IF. 2016. Wetland restoration can help us fast track the return of watershed ecosystem services. Land Use 2016: Regional Planning for Ecosystem Goods and Services. May 4-5. Edmonton, Alberta. Invited.

59. Creed IF, Aldred DA*, Guo J*, Dallaire CO, Lehner B. 2015. Exploring resilience of Canadian rivers to climate change. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 14-18, San Francisco, CA. Invited.

58. Creed IF, Hwang T. 2015. Forest-water feedbacks under a changing climate. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 14-18, San Francisco, CA. Invited.

57. Laurent KL*, Creed IF, Friedman KB. 2015 Scenario Analysis as a tool for moving toward a thrivable Great Lakes Basin: a primer on the Great Lakes Futures Project. Canadian Bureau for International Education Annual Conference. November 22-25. Niagara Falls, ON. Invited.

56. Creed IF. 2015. Managing Forests - the not so secret services of aquatic ecosystems. World Forestry Congress, September 7-11, Durban, South Africa. Keynote.

55. Creed IF. 2015. Wrong place, wrong time: How catchment science can be used to predict (apparently) random toxic cyanobacteria blooms. Gordon Research Conference: Catchment Science: Interactions of Hydrology, Biology and Geochemistry. June 14-19. Andover, NH. Keynote.

54. Creed IF. 2015. Bloom and Bust: The vulnerability of freshwater ecosystem services. Society for Freshwater Science’s Annual Meeting. May 17-21. Milwaukee, WI. Keynote.

53. Creed IF. 2015. Climate effects on wetland soils create the perfect storm for toxic cyanobacteria blooms. Ontario Ecology, Ethology and Evolution Colloquium. May 13-15. Toronto, ON. Plenary.

52. Creed IF, Hwang T, Brimacombe C*. 2015. Unlocking the power of many – Why inter-catchment comparisons can advance our understanding of forest hydrological resilience to climate warming. AGC-AGU-AMC-UGC Joint Assembly, May 3-7, Montreal, PQ. Invited.

51. Creed IF, Enanga EM*. 2015. Change in the Nitrogen Saturation Status of Northern Temperate Forests - Will Lakes Face a More Nitrogen-Limited Future? AGC-AGU-AMC-UGC Joint Assembly, May 3-7, Montreal, PQ. Invited.

50. Creed IF. 2015. Climate change effects on catchment variable redox areas create conditions for the promotion of toxic algal blooms. 5th International Multidisciplinary Conference on Hydrology and Ecology, April 13-16, Vienna, Austria. Invited.

49. Creed IF, Hwang T, Lutz B, Way D. 2015. Climate warming causes intensification of the hydrological cycle in northern forests. European Geophysical Union General Assembly. April 12-17. Vienna, Austria. Invited.

48. Creed IF. 2015. Climate effects on wetland soils create the “perfect storm” for toxic cyanobacteria blooms in lakes in temperate forest biome. Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. March 2-5. Charleston, SC. Keynote.

47. Creed IF. 2015. Climate effects on wetland soils create the “perfect storm” for toxic cyanobacteria blooms: Fresh perspectives on an old problem. Nordic Oikos Meeting. February 4-6. Umea, Sweden. Keynote.

46. Cohen MJ, Creed IF, Basu NB, Jawitz JW, Mclaughlin DL, Rains MC. 2014. A continuum of connectivity: Geographically isolated wetlands and the conservation of landscape functions. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA. Invited.

45. Creed IF, Enanga EM*. 2014. Climate change and the fate of nitrogen on northern temperate forests. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA. Invited.

44. Creed IF, Webster KL, Kreutzweiser DP, Beall FD. 2014. Green is the new black: The need for a new currency that values water resources in rapidly developing landscapes. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA. Invited.

43. Creed IF, Brandt J, Winder R, Kreutzweiser DP, Cormier R. 2014. Managing what is falling through legal cracks: Application of a risk management framework to the Boreal forest. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA. Invited.

42. Creed IF, Enanga E*, Lobb D, Badiou P, Gloutney M. 2014. How can we slow the rate of loss of wetlands on human dominated landscapes? A new market opportunity for farmers? Lattornell Symposium, November 19, Alliston, ON: Invited.

41. Creed IF. 2014. Climate effects on wetland soils create the perfect storm for toxic cyanobacteria blooms: Fresh perspectives on an old problem. Soil Science Society of America International Meeting. November 2-5, Long Beach, CA. Invited William H. Patrick Memorial Lectureship.

40. Creed IF, Cohen MJ. 2014. Incipient loss of geographically isolated wetlands leads to permanent loss of watershed ecosystem services. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, May 18-23, Portland, OR. Invited.

39. Creed IF. 2014. The need for a shift from area to function based policies to prevent further wetland loss. American Association of Geographers, April 8-12, Tampa, FL. Invited.

38. Creed IF. 2014. Scientific tithing to solve wicked problems. Association of Graduate Students in the Biological Sciences Annual Symposium, Human Intervention in Biology, March 20, York University, Toronto, ON. Invited.

37. Enanga EM*, Creed IF, Gloutney M, Badiou P. 2014. Investigating carbon storage and accumulation rates of wetlands within agricultural landscapes of Southern Ontario. Great Lakes Wetlands Day, February 4, Toronto, ON. Invited.

36. Creed IF. 2014. Scientific tithing to solve wicked problems. Retired Academics Group, January 17, Western University, London, ON. Invited.

35. Creed IF, Mengistu SG*, Lutz B. 2013. What do spatio-temporal signals in stream nutrient export from naturally forested landscapes teach us about catchment form and function? American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 9-13, San Francisco, CA. Invited.

34. Creed IF, Enanga EM*, Badiou P, Lobb D. 2013. Slowing the rate of loss of mineral wetlands on human dominated landscapes: diversification of farmers markets to include carbon. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 9-13, San Francisco, CA. Invited.

33. Creed IF. 2013. Breakthroughs in aquatic ecosystem science. University of Saskatchewan, Global Institute for Water Security. Distinguished Lecturer Series on Breakthroughs in Hydrology, November 13, Saskatoon, SK. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Udu6H0rWKU

32. Creed IF. 2013. Managing Forests - the not so secret services of aquatic ecosystems. North America Forest Soils Conference – The Role of Forest Soils in Sustaining Ecosystem Services, June 16-20, Whitefish, MT. Keynote.

31. Creed IF, Mengistu SG*, Quick CG*. 2012. Discriminating anthropogenic climate change from naturalclimate oscillation signals in dissolved organic matter export from headwater catchments. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 3-7, San Francisco, CA. Invited.

30. Creed IF, Aldred DA*, Spargo AT*, Bayley SE. 2012. A principled approach to estimating potential loss of ecosystem services from wetlands on domesticated landscapes. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 3-7, San Francisco, CA. Invited.

29. Creed IF. 2012. Reporting from the front lines of wetland policy development in Alberta. Alberta North American Waterfowl Management Plan (NAWMP) Wetland Forum, November 6, 2012, Leduc, AB. Invited Seminar.

28. Creed IF, Spargo AT*. 2012. A Budyko guide to understanding resistance versus resilience of catchment water yields in response to anthropogenic climate change. IAHS-PUB (Prediction in Ungauged Basins) Symposium on “Completion of the IAHS decade on Prediction in Ungauged Basins and the way ahead", October 23-25, 2012, Delft, The Netherlands. Invited.

27. Creed IF, Spargo AT*. 2012. Application of the Budyko curve to explore sustainability of water yields from headwater catchments under changing environmental conditions. Ecological Society of America, August 5-10, 2012. Portland, OR. Invited.

26. Creed IF, Bayley SE, Spargo AT*, Aldred DA*. 2012. Towards an index of hydrological integrity for wetland dominated landscapes. INTECOL International Wetlands Conference, June 3-8, Orlando, FL, p. 913. Invited.

25. Creed IF, Mengistu SG*, Kulperger RJ. 2012. Discriminating between non-stationary and stationary responses in water yields from catchments on a northern forested landscape. Northern Watershed Ecosystem Response to Climate Change, May 21-25, 2012. Potsdam, Germany. Invited Seminar.

24. Kerr J, Eimers C, Creed IF, Adams MB, Beall F, Burns DA, Campbell JL, Christopher SF, Clair TA, Courchesne F, Duchesne L, Fernandez I, Houle D, Jeffries D, Likens G, Mitchell MJ, Shanley JB, Yao H. 2011. A comparison of SO42- drought response in streams across southeastern Canada and northeastern USA. Abstract H21K-07 presented at 2011 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9. Invited.

23. Creed IF, Jones JA, Adams MB, Beall F, Campbell J, Clair TA, Clow D, Covich A, Dahm C, Elder K, Grimm N, Pomeroy J, Ramlal P, Sebestyen S, Vose J, Williams M, Winkler R, Yao H. 2011. A Budyko analysis of long-term ecological research sites: evidence for resistance and resilience of water yield responses to climate variability. Abstract B41H-02 presented at 2011 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9. Invited.

22. Creed IF, Enanga EM*, Mengistu SG*, Beall FD, Hazlett P. 2011. Role of redox surfaces in explaining catchment nitrogen export across multiple spatial and temporal scales. Abstract H54F-06 presented at 2011 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9. Invited.

21. Creed IF. 2010. Searching for similarity in catchment controls on complex C, N, and P export patterns from forests to surface waters across continental scale gradients. Abstract B31J-03 presented at 2010 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17. Invited.

20. Creed IF. 2010. Searching for simplicity in complex hydrological and biogeochemical responses: How topographic metrics can be used to track sources, sinks, and their connectivity to surface waters in catchments over broad geographic regions. Joint Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society-Canadian Geophysical Union Congress, May 31-June 4, Ottawa, ON. Invited.

19. Creed, IF, Velasquez DJ*, O’Connor EM, Dillon PJ. 2009. Modeling mass balances of dissolved organic carbon for lakes within regional watersheds. American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, May 24-27, Toronto, ON. Eos Trans. AGU, 90(22), Jt. Assem. Suppl., Abstract H72B-06. Invited.

18. Creed IF. 2009. Tracking catchment-scale shifts in the magnitude and partitioning of carbon export in response to changing climatic conditions. American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, May 24-27, Toronto, ON. Eos Trans. AGU, 90(22), Jt. Assem. Suppl., Abstract B34A-01. Invited.

17. Sass GZ*, Creed IF, Devito KJ, Prairie YT. 2009. Eco-hydrology from space: how satellites can be harnessed to assess human impacts on the trophic status of lakes in forested landscapes. American Geophysical Union, Joint Assembly, May 24-27, Toronto, ON. Eos Trans. AGU, 90(22), Jt. Assem. Suppl., Abstract CG11B-02. Invited.

16. Jones JA, Achterman G, Alexander L, Brooks K, Creed IF, Ffolliot P, MacDonald L, Wemple B. 2008. Uncertainty in water from forests: hydrology of changing forest landscapes. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H11F-0840. Invited.

15. Sass GZ*, Creed IF. 2008. Assessing the effects of forest harvesting on the trophic status of shallow lakes on the Boreal Plain using satellite remote sensing. North American Lake Management Society, November 11-14, Banff, AB. Invited.

14. Creed IF, Webster KL*, Braun GL*, Rams AP*, Casson NJ*, Fairweather TA*. 2007. Roaming GHG-hotspots: A hydrologically based method for mapping GHG sources and sinks in forests. Workshop on Trace Gas Fluxes, McGill University, June 8-9, Montreal, QC. Invited.

13. Sass GZ*, Creed IF, Devito KJ, Bayley SE. 2007. Landscape-scale modelling of hydrologic controls on lakes. Sustainable Forest Management Network Knowledge Exchange Workshop, March 20-21, Winnipeg, MB. Invited.

12. Creed IF, Sass GZ*. 2006. Hydrologic controls on the trophic status of shallow lakes on the Boreal Plain of Alberta, Canada. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 11-15, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract H31B-1308. Invited.

11. Creed IF. 2006. Hydrobiogeochemical cycling at the watershed scale. Hydrology Seminar Series, World-Class Women in Water, April 26, Oregon State, USA. Invited Seminar.

10. Devito KJ, Creed IF, Mendoza C, Petrone R, Silins U. 2004. Defining and instrumenting effective hydrologic landscape units in sub-humid glaciated western boreal landscapes: Scale and hydro-geologic considerations. International Instrumented Watershed Symposium, June 22-25, Edmonton, AB. Invited.

9. Buttle JM, Beall FD, Creed IF, Gordon AM, Mackereth R, McLaughlin JW, Sibley PK. 2004. Scaling stream flow response to forest disturbance: The SID Project. Joint Assembly of the CGU, AGU, SEG and EEGS, May 17-21, Montreal, QUE. Eos Trans. AGU 85(17), Jt. Assem. Suppl., Abstract B44A-03. Invited.

8. Devito KJ, Creed IF, Mendoza C. 2003. Generalizing the effects of land-use on aquatic systems: Are landscape features a mirror or mirage? Gordon Conference on “Water as a Mirror of the Landscape: How Valid and Useful is the Hypothesis?” July 20-25, New London, NH. Keynote.

7. Creed IF, Wolniewicz M*, Zsigovics G*, Devito KJ. 2003. The shape of things to come: Hydrologically based indices of nutrient loading potential to lakes on the complex landscape of the Boreal Plain. US Chapter of IALE, April 2-6, Banff, AB. Keynote.

6. Dillon P, Creed IF, Molot L, Beall FD. 2001. Dissolved organic carbon in aquatic systems in the Boreal Ecozone. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 10-14, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 82(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H12H-07. Invited.

5. Creed IF, Tague CL. 2001. Scaling hillslope processes to first and higher order drainage basins: The need for a modeling framework that is adaptive to changing controls on hydrological processes. Chapman Conference on State-of-the-Art Hillslope Hydrology, October 8-12, Sunriver, OR. Keynote (presentation by Tague CL, due to Creed’s maternity leave).

4. Creed IF, Devito KJ, Rothwell RL, Prepas EE. 1999. A conceptual model for predicting the hydrochemical response of lakes in the boreal forest to environmental stressors. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, May 31-June 4, Boston, MA. Eos Trans. AGU, 80(19), Spring Meet. Suppl., Abstract H51F-10. Invited.

3. Devito KJ, Creed IF, Prepas EE. 1999. The role of forested buffers in conserving water quality and quantity of western boreal lakes following tree harvest. Society of Canadian Limnologists Annual Meeting, January 8-10, Edmonton, AB. Invited.

2. Devito KJ, Creed IF. 1998. Re-evaluating the role of forested buffers in conserving water quantity and quality of western boreal lakes following tree harvesting: Lessons from TROLS. 18th International Symposium of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS), November 10-13, Banff, AB. Invited.

1. Band LE, Creed IF, Mackay DS. 1996. N export from forest catchments. Chapman Conference on Nitrogen Cycling in Forested Catchments, September 16-20, Sunriver, OR. Keynote.

Invited Workshop Participation (13)

13. NSF Research Coordination Network on Stream Resilience. Annapolis, MD. October 17-20, 2016.

12. US Geological Survey, Powell Center Workshop. North American Analysis and Synthesis on the Connectivity of "Geographically Isolated Wetlands" to Downstream Waters. Hosted by the US Geological Survey Powell Center. First meeting: April 20-24, 2015. Second meeting: March 21-25, 2016 (US EPA funded). Third meeting: June 13-17, 2016.

11. WeForest. Why do forest matter for water and climate? Strategies for Sustainability. Leuven, Belgium. June 8-10, 2015.

10. Canada Forest Service. Turkey Lakes Watershed 35th Anniversary. Sault Ste. Marie, ON. November 19-20, 2014.

9. Canada Water Network. Forum on leading water research. Queen’s Landing, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON. January 19-21, 2014.

8. US Environmental Protection Agency. Geographically isolated wetlands research framework group workshop. Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center at Ichauway in Newton, GA. November 19-21, 2013.

7. US Geological Survey. Powell Center Workshop. Dissolved organic carbon in rivers – From mountains to the sea. Working with a multi-disciplinary team to explore the relationship between organic matter measures and river discharge at a range of temporal and spatial scales. Hosted by US Geological Survey Powell Center, Fort Collins, CO. First meeting: August 20-24, 2012. Second meeting: June 6-10, 2013.

6. Long Term Ecological Research Network. Workshop on exploring the seasonal synchrony of catchment nitrogen dynamics: the search for a unifying theoretical framework. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. May 6-8, 2013.

5. Long Term Ecological Research Network. All Scientists Meeting. Workshop on data synthesis to explore climate effects of Long Term Ecological Research Network catchment hydrology and biogeochemistry. Estes Park, CO. September 10-13, 2012.

4. Northern Watershed Ecosystem Response to Climate Change (NORTH-WATCH). Workshop V: Catchments of the future North: towards science for management in the 21st century. Potsdam, Germany. May 21-25, 2012. (http://abdn.ac.uk/northwatch/Workshop%205.html).

3. International Development Research Centre of Canada (IDRC) and the African Institute for Health & Development. EcoHealth Workshop. Establishing research priorities for women and agro-ecosystems in sub-Saharan Africa for the next three years. Nairobi, Kenya. First meeting: November 2011. Second meeting: February 2012.

2. Long Term Ecological Research Network. Workshop on inter-catchment comparisons. Sevilleta, NM. First Meeting: November 4-7, 2010 (Hydrologic effects from ecosystem responses to climate change and land use change). Second Meeting: Seasonal trends and roles of population change, November 17-19, 2011

1. Global Wetland Ecohydrology Network. Wetlands and Ecohydrology Meeting, Navarino Environmental Observatory. (http://people.su.se/~gdest/gwen/GWEN-iWeb/Welcome.html). Costa Navarino, Greece. October 20-26, 2011.

Contributed Presentations

2017 (20)

254. Strandberg U, Bhavsar SP, Parmar TP, Creed IF, Arts MT. 2017. Walleye length and the lake from where it was caught determine how beneficial and safe it is to consume. Arctic Change 2017, December 11-15, Quebec City, QC.

253. Creed IF, Ameli AA*. 2017. Cumulative effects of wetland drainage on watershed-scale subsurface hydrologic connectivity. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 11-15, New Orleans, LA.

252. Erratt KJ*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2017. Greener on the other side: How increased urea use may promote cyanobacterial blooms. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 11-15, New Orleans, LA.

251. Paltsev A*, Creed IF. 2017. Is eutrophication really ubiquitous among temperate lakes? American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 11-15, New Orleans, LA.

250. Senar OE*, Creed IF. 2017. Catchment-fed cyanobacterial blooms in brownified temperate lakes. American Geophysical Association Fall Meeting, December 11-15, New Orleans, LA.

249. DeVries B, Huang W, Huang C-H, Jones JW, Lang MW, Creed IF, Carroll ML. 2017. Towards an integrated strategy for monitoring wetland inundation with virtual constellations of optical and radar satellites. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 11-15, New Orleans, LA.

248. DeVries B, Huang C-H, Huang W, Lang MW, Jones JW, Creed IF, Carroll ML. 2017. When the well runs dry: Monitoring surface water dynamics in drylands using virtual constellations of Earth Observation satellites. Drylands, Deserts and Desertification: Combating Desertification and Dryland Management-Theory and Practice, November 6-9, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

247. Dong H*, Creed IF, Scheuerell M, Hood J. 2017. Stream biogeochemical resilience - Finding the "new normal" in the age of Anthropocene. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, August 10, Portland, OR.

246. Huang W, Huang C, DeVries B, Jones J, Lang M, Creed IF. 2017. Automated extraction of dynamic surface water extent from Sentinel-1 data. International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, July 23-28, Fort Worth, TX.

245. Creed IF, Ameli AA*, DeVries B, Zaffaroni M*, Zamberletti P*, Accatino F. 2017. Connectivity matters: Portfolios of hydrologic connections among geographically isolated wetlands and to rivers are important determinants of watershed functions. Society for Freshwater Science, Annual Meeting, June 4-8, 2017. Raleigh, NC.

244. Creed IF, Scheuerell M. 2017. Forest resiliency – What is at risk in terms of forest water supplies in the Anthropocene? Society for Freshwater Science, Annual Meeting, June 4-8, 2017. Raleigh, NC.

243. DeVries B, Huang W, Huang C, Lang M, Jones JW, Creed IF, Carroll M. 2017. Monitoring wetland inundation dynamics from space using a fully automated multi-sensor mapping approach. Japanese Geological Union-American Geophysical Union Joint Meeting, May 20-25, Makuhari Messe, Japan.

242. Creed IF, Ameli AA*. Prioritizing geographically isolated wetland management strategies to reduce the risk of eutrophication of Lake Winnipeg. American Water Resources Association Spring Specialty Conference, April 30-May 3, Snowbird, UT.

241. Senar O*, Creed IF, Webster K. Climate driven changes in hydrological connectivity influences the magnitude and fate of carbon export in temperate forests. American Water Resources Association Spring Specialty Conference, April 30-May 3, Snowbird, UT.

240. Ameli AA*, Creed IF. Quantifying surface and groundwater hydrologic connectivity of geographically isolated wetlands to surface water systems in a prairie pothole landscape. American Water Resources Association Spring Specialty Conference, April 30-May 3, Snowbird, UT.

239. Ameli AA*, Beven K, Erlandsson M, Creed IF, McDonnell J, Bishop K. 2017 Primary weathering rates, water transit times and concentration-discharge relations: A theoretical analysis for the critical zone, European Geosciences Union, General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 23-28, 2017

238. Creed IF, Ameli AA*. 2017. Management of hydro-biogeochemical connectivity of geographically isolated wetlands to reduce the risk of eutrophication of Lake Winnipeg, European Geosciences Union, General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 23-28.

237. Zamberletti P*, Zaffaroni M*, Accatino F*, Creed IF, De Michele C. 2017. “Keystone” wetlands for maintenance of vulnerable species in landscapes with different wetland network configurations. Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Mountains to the Sea, February 28-March 3. Honolulu, Hawaii.

236. Zaffaroni M*, Zamberletti P*, Creed IF, Accatino F*, De Michele C. 2017. No wetland is an island: Quantifying the contribution of individual wetlands to the resilience of species-at-risk on a prairie pothole landscape. Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Mountains to the Sea, February 28-March 3. Honolulu, Hawaii.

235. Enanga EE*, Erratt K*, Yan X*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2017. Iron and Molybdenum regulation of toxin production in a freshwater cyanobacterium M. aeruginosa. Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research - Society of Canadian Limnologists Meeting. January 5-8, Montreal, QC.

234. Senar O*, Freeman E*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2017. Brownification of surface waterspromotes cyanobacteria in oligotrophic lakes. Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research - Society of Canadian Limnologists Meeting. January 5-8, Montreal, QC.

2016 (31)

233. DeVries B, Huang C, Huang W, Jones J, Lang M, Creed IF. 2016. Automated quantification of surface water fraction using Landsat and Sentinel-2 data. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 12-16, San Francisco, CA.

232. Ameli AA*, Creed IF. 2016. Hydrologic connectivity of geographically isolated wetlands to surface water systems. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 12-16, San Francisco, CA.

231. Taranu ZE*, Pick F, Creed IF, Zastepa A. 2016. Spatio-temporal dynamics of microcystin congeners in response to environmental change: potential impact on the bioamplification of cyanotoxins. North American Lake Management Society, Science to Stewardship: Balancing Economic Growth with Lake Sustainability, November 1-4, 2016, Banff, AB.

230. Teichert S*, Creed IF. 2016. Boreal 2050: Cumulative stressors and the boreal forest.  Biomass North AGM and Forum, October 24-26 2016, North Bay, ON.

229. Freeman EC*, Creed IF. 2016. Effects of DOM on N‐fixing cyanobacteria in oligotrophic lakes. 7th Annual Biology Graduate Research Forum. October 13-14, London, ON. (poster)

228. Accatino F*, Weber M, Creed IF. 2016. Assessing ecological equivalence for wetland restoration by aggregating ecosystem services: consequences of the aggregation schemes. 5th International EcoSummit, August 29-September 1, Montpellier, France.

227. Paltsev A*, Accatino F*, Trick C, Creed IF. 2016. Ecological resilience of temperate lakes to the formation of algal blooms. The Water Initiative for the Future (WatIF): International Graduate Student Conference, July 27-29, Kingston, ON.

226. Igras JD*, Creed IF, Laurent KL*, 2016. Analyzing Great Lakes management system performance with agricultural best management practices to achieve total and dissolved phosphorus load reduction. International Association of Great Lakes Research. 2016 Conference on Great Lakes Research. June 6-10, Guelph, ON.

225. Waz A*, Creed IF. 2016. Automating the identification of drained wetlands. International Association of Great Lakes Research Meeting, June 6-10, Guelph, ON. (poster)

224. Senar O*, Creed IF, Kidd K, Trick C. 2016. Dissolved organic matter promotes cyanobacterial dominance in oligotrophic lakes. International Association of Great Lakes Research Meeting, June 6-10, Guelph, ON. (oral)

223. Salaria S*, Creed IF. 2016. Quantifying hydrologic connectivity and its influence on plant diversity in the Prairie Pothole Region of Alberta. International Association of Great Lakes Research Meeting, June 6-10, Guelph, ON. (poster)

222. Paltsev A*, Creed IF. Are lakes of Canadian temperate forests becoming more eutrophic? International Association of Great Lakes Research Meeting, June 6-10, Guelph, ON.

221. Guo J*, Creed IF, Buttle J. 2016. Hydrologic landscape classification assesses flow regimes to climate variability in Ontario, Canada. International Association of Great Lakes Research Meeting, June 6-10, Guelph, ON.

220. Creed IF, Laurent KL*, Friedman KB, Cormier R. 2016. The use of formal science management integration systems to manage risk in the Great Lakes. International Association of Great Lakes Research Meeting, June 6-10, Guelph, ON.

219. Ameli AA*, Creed IF. 2016. Efficiency of Best Management Practices in agricultural landscapes, International Association of Great Lakes Research Meeting, June 6-10, Guelph, ON.

218. Erratt K*, Xu Y*, Enanga E*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2016. Iron and molybdenum interactions as micronutrients for the growth of a freshwater cyanobacterium, Microcystis Aeruginosa. Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography 2016 Summer Meeting, June 5-10, Santa Fe, NM.

217. Creed IF. 2016.  Linking wetlands to the formation of cyanobacteria blooms: It’s about time. Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography 2016 Summer Meeting, June 5-10, Santa Fe, NM.

216. Guo J*, Creed IF, Buttle J. 2016. Hydrologic landscape classification assesses flow regimes to climate variability in Ontario, Canada. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, May 3-5, Guelph, ON.

215. Creed IF, Laurent KL*, Serran JN*. 2016. Scientific advances to inform market-based instruments for improved ecosystem services. United Nations Association in Canada Toronto Branch Earth Day 2016: Reflections on COP21: A call to think globally and act locally. April 23. Toronto, ON.

214. Ameli AA*, Creed IF. 2016. Mapping hydrologic connectivity of geographically isolated wetlands, European Geophysical Union General Assembly, April 17-22, Vienna, Austria.

213. Waz A*, Creed IF. 2016. Automating the identification of drained wetlands. Symposium on Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the Great Lakes. April 14, London, ON. (poster)

212. Senar O*, Creed IF, Kidd K, Trick CG. 2016. Phytoplankton vs. forests: Who is feeding aquatic food webs. Symposium on Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the Great Lakes. April 14, London, ON. (poster)

211. Paltsev A*, Creed IF. 2016. Is the trophic status of lakes changing in the temperature forests of the Great Lakes Basin. Symposium on Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the Great Lakes. April 14, London, ON. 

210. Laurent KL*, Creed IF. 2016. Combating Great Lakes Eutrophication Risk Using The ISO 31000 Risk Management Standard: From Policy Considerations To Achieving 40% Phosphorus Reduction. Symposium on Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the Great Lakes. April 14, London, ON. (poster)

209. Laurent KL*, Creed IF. 2016. Using The ISO 31000 Risk Management Standard To Manage Ecosystem Risk in the Great Lakes Basin. Symposium on Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the Great Lakes. April 14, London, ON. (poster)

208. Freeman EC*, Creed IF. 2016. Effects of DOM on N‐fixing cyanobacteria in oligotrophic lakes.
Symposium on Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the Great Lakes. April 14, London, 
ON. (poster)

207. Freeman EC*, Creed IF. 2016. Dissolved organic matter modifies nutrient availability providing freshwater diazotrophic cyanobacteria with a competitive advantage. Western Student Research Conference. March 19, London. ON. (poster)

206. Freeman EC*, Creed IF. 2016. Dissolved organic matter modifies nutrient availability providing freshwater diazotrophic cyanobacteria with a competitive advantage. EnviroCON
Western. March 9, 2016, London, ON.

205. Waz A*, Creed IF. 2016. Automating the identification of drained wetlands in the Prairie Pothole Region. World Wetland Day, February 2, Waterloo, ON. (poster)

204. Serran JN*, Creed IF. 2016. Restoring wetlands through market based instruments. World Wetland Day, February 2, Waterloo, ON. (poster)

203. Igras JD, Creed IF, Laurent KL, 2016. Bottom up analysis, quantifying best management practice uncertainty for phosphorus reduction to surface water. Western University. 2016 Great Lakes Risk Management Workshop. January 6, London, ON.

2015 (20)

202. Senar O*, Creed IF, Kidd K, Trick CG. 2015. Dissolved organic matter promotes cyanobacterial biomass in oligotrophic lakes. Fallona Family Interdisciplinary Showcase 2015. December 8, 2015. Western University, ON.

201. Creed IF, Henley P*, Dillon P, Molot L, Pick F, Smol J, Trick CG, Walters D. 2015. Creating a new knowledge class to address the algal bloom crisis: The ABATE training program. North American Lake Management Society. 35th International Symposium. November 17-20, Saratoga Springs, NY. (poster)

200. Molot L, Watson S, Creed I, McCabe S, Verschoor M, Sorichetti R*, Powe C, Venkiteswaran C, Trick CG, Schiff S. 2015. Preventing cyanobacteria bloom formation: the critical role of anoxia and ferrous iron. North American Lake Management Society. 35th International Symposium. November 17-20, Saratoga Springs, NY.

199. Xu Y*, Erratt K*, Czikkel B*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2015. (Ir)replaceable Molybdenum as a micronutrient for growth of freshwater cyanobacterium, Microcystis aeruginosa. North American Lake Management Society. 35th International Symposium. November 17-20, Saratoga Springs, NY.

198. Erratt K*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2015. Do cyanobacterial cells have allelopathic effects? Assessment of oligotrophic lakes in Ontario. North American Lake Management Society. 35th International Symposium. November 17-20, Saratoga Springs, NY.

197. Senar O*, Creed IF. 2015. Dissolved organic matter promotes cyanobacterial dominance in oligotrophic lakes. North American Lake Management Society. 35th International Symposium. November 17-20, Saratoga Springs, NY.

196. Paltsev A*, Creed IF. 2015. Exploration of spatial and temporal changes in trophic status of lakes in the northern temperate forest biome using remote sensing. North American Lake Management Society. 35th International Symposium. November 17-20, Saratoga Springs, NY.

195. Oakes BC*, Freeman EC*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2015. Towards an operational detection of sub-visible (biological and anthropogenic) particles in water quality assessment. North American Lake Management Society. 35th International Symposium. November 17-20, Saratoga Springs, NY.

194. Senar O*, Creed IF, Kidd K. 2015. Dissolved organic matter quality controls main C source in oligotrophic lake. Ontario Lakes Workshop, June 2015, Western University, London, ON.

193. Freeman E*, Creed IF. 2015. Providing freshwater diazotrophic cyanobacteria with a competitive advantage. Ontario Lakes Workshop, June 2015, Western University, London, ON

192. Laurent KL*, Creed IF, Cormier R, Friedman KB. 2015. A systems approach to policy analysis for risk management in the Great Lakes Basin. International Association of Great Lakes Research Meeting, May 25-29. Burlington, VT.

191. Igras J*, Laurent KL*, Cormier R, Creed IF. 2015. Managing cumulative ecosystem risk in Lake Erie from nutrient stressors in the Grand River Watershed. International Association of Great Lakes Research. 2015 Conference on Great Lakes Research. May 25-29, Burlington, VT.

190. Serran JN*, Creed IF. 2015 New mapping and wetland loss estimation techniques to examine the preferential loss of small wetlands on prairie landscapes. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 29-30, Sault Ste. Marie, ON.

189. Waz A*, Creed IF. 2015. Identifying Drained Wetlands and their Anticipated Functions in the Prairie Pothole Region. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 29-30, Sault Ste. Marie, ON.

188. Paltsev A*, Creed IF. 2015. Remotely sensed patterns in chlorophyll a of lakes in the Canadian temperate forest. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 29-30, Sault Ste. Marie, ON.

187. Igras J*, Creed IF. 2015. Managing cumulative ecosystem risk in Lake Erie from nutrient stressors in the Grand River Watershed. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 29-30, Sault Ste. Marie, ON.

186. Guo J*, Buttle J, Creed IF. 2015. Hydrological landscape classification predicts streamflow regimes in Ontario, Canada. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 29-30, Sault Ste. Marie, ON.

185. Senar O*, Creed IF. 2015. The role of dissolved organic matter in lake food webs. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 29-30, Sault Ste. Marie, ON.

184. Accatino F*, Weber M, Creed IF. 2015. Average wetland functions under the Alberta Wetland policy – scenario analyses assessed with an agent-based model. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 29-30, Sault Ste. Marie, ON.

183. Creed IF, Trick CG. 2015. Climate effects on wetland soils create the “perfect storm” for toxic cyanobacteria blooms: fresh perspectives on an old problem. Society of Canadian Limnologists, January 8-11, Ottawa, ON.

2014 (22)

181. Creed IF, Sorichetti RJ*, Trick CG. 2014. Iron as a cofactor that limits the promotion of cyanobacteria in lakes across a trophic gradient. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA.

180. Serran JN*, Creed IF. 2014. After the deluge: Establishing rates of geographically isolated wetland loss within the prairie pothole region. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA.

179. Stackpoole S, Burns D, Stets E, Striegl R, Clow D, Creed IF, Hirsch R, Laudon H, Pellerin B. 2014. Lack of evidence for pervasive DOC concentration increases in the Mississippi River Basin. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA.

178. Weber M, Accatino F*, Creed IF, Cutlac M. 2014. Interactions between public preferences, land development, and municipal land use policies – implications for design of wetland compensation policies to support ecosystem services. A Community on Ecosystem Services Conference. December 8-12. Washington, DC.

177. Enanga EM*, Creed IF. The missing N? Significance of N2O and N2 flux in catchment forest budgets, Western University Interdisciplinary Showcase, December 2, Western University, London ON.

176. Serran JN*, Creed IF. 2014. The preferential loss of small geographically isolated wetlands on prairie landscapes. Western University Interdisciplinary Showcase, December 2, London, ON.

175. Serran JN*, Creed IF. 2014.  Strategies to mitigate the loss of wetlands on prairie landscapes. Western University Interdisciplinary Showcase, December 2, London, ON.

174. Molot LA, Watson SB, Creed IF, Trick CG, McCabe SK, Verschoor MJ, Venkiteswan JJ, Powe C. Preventing cyanobacteria blooms: The critical role of anoxia and ferrous iron. Eastern Canadian Symposium on Water Quality Research, October 17, Montreal, QC.

173. Bishop K, Creed IF. 2014. Forests and the Hydrological Regime: What can we tell policy-makers about how changing tree cover influences runoff. International Union of Forest Research Organizations World Congress, October 5-11, Salt Lake City, UT.

172. Laurent KL*, Friedman KB, Krantzberg G, Scavia D, Creed IF. Strategic tools to overcome policy barriers and move the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin closer to a "thriving and prosperous" future. International Association for Great Lakes Research Conference, May 26-30, Hamilton, ON.

171. Molot LA, Watson SB, Creed IF, Trick CG, McCabe SK, Verschoor MJ, Sorichetti RJ*, Powe C, Venkiteswan JJ, Schiff SL. A novel model for cyanobacteria bloom formation: the critical role of anoxia and ferrous iron. International Association for Great Lakes Research Conference, May 26-30, Hamilton, ON.

170. Laurent KL*, Friedman KB, Krantzberg G, Scavia D, Creed IF. 2014. Looking to the future to foster a socio-ecologically sustainable strategy for the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, May 18-23, Portland, OR.

169. Serran JN*, Creed IF. 2014.  The loss of small wetlands on prairie landscapes. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 30-May 2, Montreal, PQ.

168. Serran JN*, Creed IF. 2014. Translating science into policy: Policy options to mitigate wetland loss on prairie landscapes. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 30-May 2, Montreal, PQ.

167. Paltsev A*, Creed IF. 2014. Predicting the susceptibility of oligotrophic lakes in the Batchawana River Watershed on the formation of algal blooms. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 30-May 2, Montreal, PQ.

166. Laurent KL*, Creed IF. 2014. Imagination and knowledge: Using narratives to support natural resource management for the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River basin. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 30-May 2, Montreal, PQ.

165. Igras J*, Laurent KL*, Creed IF. Bowtie Analysis: A mechanism for evaluating risks to Canadian forests. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 30-May 2, Montreal, PQ.

164. Freeman EC*, Creed IF. 2014. Internal vs external controls on C, N, and P export patterns from forest to surface waters across continental scale climatic gradients. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 30-May 2, Montreal, PQ.

163. Clapp J*, Creed IF. 2014. Micronutrients may be the key to the recent expansion of cyanobacteria blooms in freshwater systems. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 30-May 2, Montreal, PQ.

162. Laurent KL*, Creed IF. Is the imagination stronger than knowledge? How stories can inform and support natural resource management for the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River basin. Earth Day Colloquium, April 9-10, Western University, London, ON. Award winning presentation.

161. Duncan JD, Band L, Groffman P, Lutz B, Adams MB, Berhardt E, Boyer E, Burns D, Duffy C, Green M, Creed IF, Griffith N, Likens G, Knoepp J, Shanley J, Tague C, Whittinghill K, Wollheim W. 2014. Understanding the seasonality of nitrate export: synthesizing from cores to catchments to continents. American Association of Geographers, April 8-12, Tampa, FL.

160. Du X*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2014. Cyanobacteria predominance in freshwater eutrophic lakes is linked to iron scavenging strategy that uses siderophores and toxins. Ocean Sciences Meeting. February 23-28, Honolulu, HI.

2013 (17)

159. Enanga EM*, Creed IF. 2013. Climate warming and atmospheric pollution effects on denitrification rates from forested wetlands. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 9-13, San Francisco, CA.

158. Serran JN*, Creed IF. 2013. Exploring policy options to mitigate the loss of wetlands on prairie landscapes. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 9-13, San Francisco, CA. (poster)

157. Jones JA, Creed IF, Spargo AT*, Buttle JM, Adams MB, Beall FD, Booth E, Campbell JL, Clow DW, Elder K, Miniat C, Grimm MB, Ramlal P, Saha A, Sebestyen SD, Spittlehouse D, Sterling SM, Williams MW, Winkler RD, Yao H. 2013. Changing forest water yields in response to climate warming: results from long-term experimental watershed sites across North America. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 9-13, San Francisco, CA.

156. McKnight DM, Creed IF, Pellerin BA, Green MB, Bergamaschi BA, Aiken GR, Findlay SEG, Burns DA, Shanley JB, Striegl RG, Aulenbach BT, Clow DW, Laudon H, McGlynn BL, McGuire KJ, Smith RA, Stackpoole SM. 2013. Exploring the forgotten hypothesis of the river continuum concept: tracking dissolved organic matter downstream in the modern era of continuous in situ measurements. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 9-13, San Francisco, CA.

155. Kreutzweiser D, Beall F, Webster K, Thompson D, Creed IF. 2013. Risks to aquatic biodiversity from natural resource development in Canada’s boreal forest. International Boreal Forest Research Association Conference, October 7-10, Edmonton, AB.

154. Morse JL, Beall F, Creed IF, Enanga EM*, Fernandez I, Groffman P. 2013. Soil denitrification fluxes and oxygen dynamics in three contrasting northeastern North American forests. Ecological Society of America, August 4-9, Minneapolis, MN.

153. Enanga EM, Creed IF. 2013. Significance of nitrous oxide and dinitrogen efflux from saturated forest soils in regulating water quality. North America Forest Soils Conference – The Role of Forest Soils in Sustaining Ecosystem Services, June 16-20, Whitefish, MT.

152. Laurent KL*, Creed IF, Friedman KB, Krantzberg G, Scavia D. 2013. Great Lakes Futures Project - How tapping into the imagination of multiple generations can lead to innovative solutions for the socio-ecological sustainability of this internationally important Basin. International Association for Great Lakes Research Conference, June 2-6, West Lafayette, IN.

151. Scavia D, Creed IF, Friedman KB, Krantzberg G, Laurent KL*. 2013. Two-axes of analysis that form four potential Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin futures. International Association for Great Lakes Research Conference, June 2-6, West Lafayette, IN.

150. Friedman KB, Creed IF, Krantzberg G, Laurent KL*, Scavia D. 2013. Scenarios for the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin: How "stories" of the future can inform present action and lead to a desired future for the Basin. International Association for Great Lakes Research Conference, June 2-6, West Lafayette, IN.

149. Spargo AT*, Creed IF, Jones J, Buttle J. 2013. Differential changes in water partitioning from headwater catchments under climate warming across broad geographic gradients. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 29-30, Sudbury, ON.

148. Serran JN*, Creed IF. 2013. A watershed scale and process-based approach to estimating wetland health. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 29-30, Sudbury, ON. (poster).

147. Mengistu SG*, Creed IF. 2013. Investigating climate trends and cycles in watersheds of the long term ecological research (LTER) Network Project Sites. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 29-30, Sudbury, ON.

146. Enanga EM*, Creed IF. 2013. Physical, chemical and biological indicators of aquatic ecosystem services from headwaters of forested catchments. Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services Annual Meeting, April 29-30, Sudbury, ON.

145. Sorichetti RJ*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2013. Dissolved organic matter influences Fe-binding ligand availability for cyanobacteria in oligotrophic Ontario lakes. Abstract EGU2013-13280 presented at 2013 European Geophysical Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 7-12.

144. Sorichetti RJ*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2013. Dissolved organic matter influences Fe-binding ligand availability for cyanobacteria in oligotrophic Ontario lakes. Northeastern Ecology Research Cooperative (NERC) Meeting, March 19-20, Saratoga Springs, NY.

143. McLaughlin JT*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2013. Application of cytotoxicity assays to detect potentially harmful bioactive compounds produced by freshwater cyanobacteria and chrysophytes. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Aquatic Sciences Meeting, February 17-22, New Orleans LA

2012 (4)

142. Duncan JM, Band LE, Creed IF, Duffy C, Green MB, Groffman PM, Tague CL, Whittinghill KA, Wollheim WM. 2012. Bridging the divide: understanding controls on nitrogen export by scaling from headwater catchments to eastern North America. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 3-7, San Francisco, CA.

141. Sorichetti RJ*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2012. Iron regulation of cyanobacterial growth in oligotrophic lakes. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) Aquatic Sciences Conference, July 8-13, 2012. Lake Biwa, Otsu, Japan.

140. Bayley SE, Creed IF, Wilson M, Rooney R. 2012. Northern prairie wetland assessment at multiple spatial scales. INTECOL International Wetlands Conference, June 3-8, Orlando, FL, p. 411.

139. Sorichetti RJ*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2012. Defining the ‘sweet spot’: N:P and iron conditions promoting cyanobacterial proportion in Ontario lakes. Canadian Association of Water Quality. 47th Central Canadian Symposium on Water Quality Research, February 21-22, Burlington, ON, Canada.

2011 (8)

138. Creed IF, Spargo AT*, Quick CG*. 2011. Searching for similarity in catchment controls on C, N, P export from forested catchments: A meta-analysis. Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Sciences: Catchments as Sentinels of Global Change, July 10-15, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, USA.

137. Creed IF, Lecki NA*, Rams AP*, Webster KL*, Beall FD, Bourbonniere RA. 2011. Tracking catchment-scale shifts in the magnitude and partitioning of carbon export in response to changing climatic conditions. Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Sciences: Catchments as Sentinels of Global Change, July 10-15, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, USA.

136. Enanga EM*, Casson N*, Creed IF. 2011. Rain induced nitrous oxide and dinitrogen emissions account for differences in dissolved nitrogen export from forested catchments. Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Sciences: Catchments as Sentinels of Global Change, July 10-15, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, USA.

135. Lecki NA*, Creed IF. 2011. A tale of two transects: Hydrologic controls on soil CO2 efflux in a forested catchment. Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Sciences: Catchments as Sentinels of Global Change, July 10-15, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, USA.

134. McLaughlin JT*, Spargo AT*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2011. Evaluating wetland health with PARAFAC analysis of DOM EEMs. Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Sciences: Catchments as Sentinels of Global Change, July 10-15, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, USA.

133. Mengistu SG*, Creed IF. 2011. Teleconnections between ENSO and nutrient export from forested catchments. Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Sciences: Catchments as Sentinels of Global Change, July 10-15, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, USA.

132. Mengistu SG*, Creed IF. 2011. Understanding the role of catchment spatial properties in controlling spatial variability of nutrient export from forested Turkey Lakes Watershed catchments. Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Sciences: Catchments as Sentinels of Global Change, July 10-15, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, USA.

131. Sorichetti RJ*, Creed IF, Bayley SE, Trick CG. 2011. Defining the ‘sweet spot’: N:P and iron conditions promoting cyanobacterial proportion in two contrasting climatic and hydrologic regions of Canada. Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Sciences: Catchments as Sentinels of Global Change, July 10-15, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, USA.

2010 (10)

130. Creed IF, Aldred DA*, Bourbonniere RA. 2010. Hydrologic profiling for greenhouse gases from prairie potholes in western Canada. Abstract B43C-0467 presented at 2010 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., December 13-17.

129. Beall FD, Mengistu SG*, Creed IF. 2010. Hydrological consequences of harvesting intensity in forested catchments: The Turkey Lakes Watershed Harvesting Experiment. Joint Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society-Canadian Geophysical Union Congress, May 31-June 4, Ottawa, Canada.

128. Enanga EM*, Casson NJ*, Creed IF. 2010. Rain-induced production of N2O+N2 from wetlands accounts for a majority of the difference in dissolved nitrogen export among forested catchments. Joint Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society-Canadian Geophysical Union Congress, May 31-June 4, Ottawa, Canada.

127. Gala TS*, Creed IF. 2010. Improved prediction of soil moisture using a physical basis for spatial averaging of synthetic aperture radar data. Joint Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society-Canadian Geophysical Union Congress, May 31-June 4, Ottawa, Canada.

126. Gala TS*, Creed IF. 2010. Combinatory power of optical and radar imagery for dynamic wet area mapping. Joint Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society-Canadian Geophysical Union Congress, May 31-June 4, Ottawa, Canada.

125. Lecki NA*, Creed IF. 2010. Nitrogen limits the unlocking of carbon stores from peat deposits in swamps. Joint Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society-Canadian Geophysical Union Congress, May 31-June 4, Ottawa, Canada.

124. Mengistu SG*, Creed IF, Beall FD. 2010. Hydrological consequences of harvesting intensity in forested catchments: Discriminating a harvest signal under different climate scenarios. Joint Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society-Canadian Geophysical Union Congress, May 31-June 4, Ottawa, Canada.

123. Sass GZ*, Creed IF, Bayley SE. 2010. Wetland losses in the boreal transition zone of Alberta: The beginning of the end for surface water? American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Summer Meeting. June 6-11, Santa Fe, NM.

122. Sorichetti RJ*, Creed IF, Bayley SE, Trick CG. 2010. Hydro-biogeochemical linkages and their influence on the timing and magnitude of harmful cyanobacterial blooms: a tale of two landscapes. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Summer Meeting, June 6-11, Santa Fe, NM.

121. Foote L, Creed IF, Bayley SE, Sass GZ*, Clare S. 2010. Hydrological and biological considerations for wetland policy. Workshop on Wetlands Management, Economics and Policy, January 13-15, Victoria, BC.

2009 (6)

120. Enanga EM*, Casson NJ*, Creed IF. 2009. Rain induced bursts of nitrous oxide emissions account for differences in dissolved nitrogen export from forested catchments. Gordon Research Conference: Thresholds, Tipping Points, And Non-Linearity: Integrated Catchment Science For The 21st Century, July 12-17, Proctor Academy, Andover, New Hampshire, USA.

119. McLeod DV*, Creed IF, Henry HAL. 2009. Limits to unlocking carbon stores from peat deposits in swamps. Gordon Research Conference: Thresholds, Tipping Points, And Non-Linearity: Integrated Catchment Science For The 21st Century, July 12-17, Proctor Academy, Andover, New Hampshire, USA.

118. Sorichetti RJ*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2009. Investigation of landscape controls on cyanobacterial growth in natural and human impacted settings. Gordon Research Conference: Thresholds, Tipping Points, And Non-Linearity: Integrated Catchment Science For The 21st Century, July 12-17, Proctor Academy, Andover, New Hampshire, USA.

117. Aldred DA*, Sass GZ*, Wheatley M, Creed IF. 2009. Hydrologic modeling of protected area boundary in Sundance Provincial Park using SAR data. Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, June 22-25, Lethbridge, AB.

116. Creed IF, Casson NJ*, Enanga EM*. 2009. Rain induced bursts of nitrous oxide emissions account for differences in dissolved nitrogen export from forested catchments. American Geophysical Union, Joint Assembly, May 24-27, Toronto, ON. Eos Trans. AGU, 90(22), Jt. Assem. Suppl., Abstract H33B-07.

115. Sorichetti RJ*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2009. Relationship between hydrologic connectivity of phosphorus source areas to lakes and the occurrence of cyanobacteria in natural landscapes. American Geophysical Union, Joint Assembly, May 24-27, Toronto, ON. Eos Trans. AGU, 90(22), Jt. Assem. Suppl., Abstract B73A-21.

2008 (7)

114. Creed IF, Malakoff T*, Beall FD, Bourbonniere RA. 2008. Topographically regulating traps of dissolved organic carbon create hotspots of carbon dioxide efflux from forest soils. Northeastern Ecosystem Research Cooperative Conference, November 12-13, Durham, NH.

113. Creed IF, Rams AP*, Beall FD, Bourbonniere RA. 2008. Tracking catchment-scale shifts in the magnitude and partitioning of carbon export in response to changing climatic conditions. Northeastern Ecosystem Research Cooperative Conference, November 12-13, Durham, NH.

112. Casson NJ*, Creed IF. 2008. Blame it on the rain: Rain induced bursts of nitrous oxide account for differences in dissolved nitrogen export from forested catchments. Northeastern Ecosystem Research Cooperative Conference, November 12-13, Durham, NH.

111. Fairweather TA*, Donnelly M, Creed IF. 2008. Umbrella policies and the forest umbrella: Forest management standards for the conservation of water resources in Canada. Forest Technology and Environment Conference, May 26-30, Prague, Czech Republic. Awarded Best Student Presentation Prize.

110. Linley DD*, Donnelly M, Creed IF. 2008. Best management practices for water conservation: A survey of Canadian forestry organizations. Forest Technology and Environment Conference, May 26-30, Prague, Czech Republic.

109. Creed IF, Sass GZ*, Kaheil Y*. 2008. Watershed classification of Canada’s forest landscapes. HydroEcological Landscapes and Processes Project Workshop, January 4-6, Vancouver, BC.

108. Sass GZ*, Creed IF. 2008. Assessing the cumulative impacts of forest harvesting on lake trophic status. HydroEcological Landscapes and Processes Project Workshop, January 4-6, Vancouver, BC.

2007 (5)

107. Sass GZ*, Creed IF. 2007. Characterizing hydrodynamics on boreal landscapes as a precursor to incorporating hydrology into forest management. Hydrologically Sensitive Areas Mapping Project, Alberta Pacific Industries Workshop, October 22-23, Athabasca, AB.

106. Sass GZ*, Creed IF, Bayley SE, Devito KJ. 2007. Hydrologic controls on the trophic status of shallow lakes on the Boreal Plain. Hydrologic Implications of Mountain Pine Beetle: Learning from Experience, Sustainable Forest Management Network Workshop, October 10, Edmonton, AB.

105. Casson NJ*, Creed IF. 2007. Where did the nitrogen go? Discovery of nitrous oxide (N2O) bursts and exploration of process controls in a forested catchment. Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Science: Interactions of Hydrology, Biology and Geochemistry, Colby-Sawyer College, July 8-13, New London, NH.

104. Webster KL*, Creed IF, Bourbonniere RA, Beall FD. 2007. Soil respiration on the edge: Importance of the ecotone between upland and forested wetland. Gordon Research Conference on Catchment Science: Interactions of Hydrology, Biology and Geochemistry, Colby-Sawyer College, July 8-13, New London, NH.

103. Fairweather TA*, Creed IF, Beall FD. 2007. Nitrous oxide (N2O) export from a nitrogen rich hardwood forest. Joint conference of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society and the American Meteorological Society, May 28-June 1, St. John’s, NL.

2006 (10)

102. Clark RB*, Creed IF. 2006. Mapping hydrologically sensitive areas on the Boreal Plain: A multi-temporal analysis of ERS synthetic aperture radar data. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 11-15, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract H31B-1308.

101. Sass GZ*, Creed IF. 2006. Resurrection of archived synthetic aperture radar imagery for characterizing hydrodynamics on boreal landscapes. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 11-15, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract H31B-1308.

100. Webster KL*, Creed IF, Bourbonniere RA, Beall FD. 2006. Hydro-biogeochemical controls on forest soil respiration on complex terrain. Northeastern Ecosystem Research Cooperative Conference, October 26-27, Durham, NH.

99. Beall FD, Creed IF. 2006. Is topography a useful predictor of stream chemistry and loading? Northeastern Ecosystem Research Cooperative Conference, October 26-27, Durham, NH.

98. Sass GZ*, Creed IF. 2006. Hydrologic control of trophic status of shallow lakes on the Boreal Plain. Sustainable Forest Management Network Conference, Sustaining Canada’s Forests: Building Momentum, June 20-22, Edmonton, AB.

97. Sanford SE*, Creed IF, Tague CL, Beall FD, Buttle JM. 2013. Scale-dependence of natural variability of flow regimes in a forested landscape. Sustainable Forest Management Network Conference, Sustaining Canada’s Forests: Building Momentum, June 20-22, Edmonton, AB.

96. Clark RB*, Creed IF. 2006. Mapping the dynamics of hydrologically sensitive areas on the boreal plain: a remote sensing approach. Sustainable Forest Management Network Conference, Sustaining Canada’s Forests: Building Momentum, June 20-22, Edmonton, AB.

95. Braun G*, Creed IF, Bourbonniere RA, Beall FD. 2006. Specificity of substrate control on the flux of carbon dioxide from forest soils. CGU/CSSS Joint Annual Meeting, June 14-17, Banff, AB. First Place Prize for Outstanding Student Presentation for CSSS.

94. Carlyle SA*, Creed IF, Bourbonniere RA, McDougal RL. 2006. Hydrologic profiling for greenhouse gases on the prairie potholes, Part I: Hydrologic dynamics. CGU/CSSS Joint Annual Meeting, June 14-17, Banff, AB.

93. Sass GZ*, Creed IF. 2006. Hydrologic controls of frequently shifting alternate states on the boreal plain of Alberta. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, June 5-9, Victoria, BC.

2005 (7)

92. Beall FD, Creed IF, Bourbonniere RA. 2005. Pathways of DOC export from wetland-dominated catchments on the Boreal Shield. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 5-9, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H31B-1308.

91. Creed IF, Beall FD. 2005. Topographic metrics for predicting dissolved inorganic and organic N export from catchments. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 5-9, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H21F-04.

90. Sass GZ*, Creed IF. 2005. Climatic control of trophic status of shallow lakes on the Boreal Plain of Alberta, Canada. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 5-9, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H21F-04.

89. Sanford SE*, Creed IF. 2005. Scale-dependence of natural variability of flow regimes in a forested landscape. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 5-9, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H23D-1461.

88. Bourbonniere RA, Beall FD, Creed IF. 2005. Soil respiration on the edge: Importance of the ecotone between upland and forested wetland. Gordon Conference on “Water as a Mirror of the Landscape: How Valid and Useful is the Hypothesis?” July 17-21, Waterville, ME.

87. Clark RB*, Creed IF. 2005. Mapping temporal and spatial variability of hydrologically inundated areas on the Boreal Plain. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, May 8-11, Banff, AB.

86. Sanford SE*, Creed IF. 2005. Scale-dependence of natural variability of stream flow parameters in a forested drainage basin on the Boreal Shield. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, May 8-11, Banff, AB.

2004 (11)

85. Beall FD, Creed IF, Clair T, Dillon P, Duchense L, Husslein R. 2004. Modelling the annual export of dissolved organic carbon in headwater streams across eastern Canada. Northeastern Ecosystem Research Cooperative Conference, November 16-18, Durham, NH.

84. Creed IF, Beall FD, Bourbonniere RA, Foster N, Jeffries D, Schiff S, Spoelstra J. 2004. Roaming hotspots of greenhouse gases: A hydrologically based method for mapping sources and sinks in forest soils. ASA/CSSA/SSSA International Annual Meetings, October 31-November 4, Seattle, WA.

83. Creed IF, Beall FD, Bourbonniere RA, Foster N, Jeffries D, Schiff S. 2004. Roaming hotspots of greenhouse gases: A hydrologically based method for mapping sources and sinks in temperate forest soils. DOM 2004 International Workshop: Dissolved Organic Matter and the Cycling of Carbon, Nutrients and Metals, October 3-6, Bayreuth, Germany.

82. Bourbonniere RA, Creed IF. 2004. Mobility and lability of forest floor DOM: An incubation study. DOM 2004 International Workshop: Dissolved Organic Matter and the Cycling of Carbon, Nutrients and Metals, October 3-6, Bayreuth, Germany.

81. Beall FD, Bourbonniere, Creed IF. 2004. Topographic distribution of soil respiration in northern hardwood forests. Joint Assembly of the CGU, AGU, SEG and EEGS, May 17-21, Montreal, QUE. Eos Trans. AGU 85(17), Jt. Assem. Suppl. Abstract B13A-03.

80. Bourbonniere RA, Creed IF, Kapila F, Collins R. 2004. Hot stuff: Lability of forest floor dissolved organic matter to aerobic degradation. Joint Assembly of the CGU, AGU, SEG and EEGS, May 17-21, Montreal, QUE. Eos Trans. AGU 85(17), Jt. Assem. Suppl. Abstract B33C-03.

79. Creed IF, Webster KL*, Nicholas NS, Van Miegroet H. 2004. Untangling the tales of red spruce growth decline in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Joint Assembly of the CGU, AGU, SEG and EEGS, May 17-21, Montreal, QUE. Eos Trans. AGU 85(17), Jt. Assem. Suppl. Abstract H22A-04.

78. Macrae ML, Devito KJ, Redding T, Creed IF, Bell W. 2004. Soil phosphorus in relation to surface and ground water phosphorus in harvested and forested portions of a sub-humid boreal aspen upland. Joint Assembly of the CGU, AGU, SEG and EEGS, May 17-21, Montreal, QUE. Eos Trans. AGU 85(17), Jt. Assem. Suppl. Abstract H21D-04.

77. Lindsay JB*, Creed IF. 2004. Drainage basin morphometrics for depressional landscapes. European Geosciences Union 1st General Assembly, April 25-30, Nice, France. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 6(03548).

76. Creed IF, Molot LA, Beall FD, Jeffries DS, Dillon PJ. 2004. Measurement and modeling of dissolved organic carbon in freshwater landscapes. ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, February 15-20, Honolulu, HI.

75. Silins U, Creed IF, Devito KJ, Mendoza C, Petrone R. 2004. Ecologically-based forest management in the southern Rockies: What will the Lost Creek fire teach us? Alberta Soil Science Workshop, February 17-19, Edmonton, AB.

2003 (2)

74. Creed IF, Beall FD. 2003. Natural variation in the export of nitrogen species from catchments within a homogeneous forest: Implications for the estimation of critical loads. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, May 10-14, Banff, AB.

73. Redding TE, Devito KJ, Carmosini N, Creed IF. 2003. Influences of topography and harvesting on the spatial distribution of soil moisture, nitrogen and phosphorous across a Western Boreal Forest watershed. Alberta Soil Science Workshop, February 18-20, Edmonton, AB.

2002 (13)

72. Creed IF, Tague CL, Clark RB*, Wolniewicz MB*, Zsigovics G*, Krezek CC*. 2002. Modeling hydrologic processes in boreal watersheds: The proof is in the pattern. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 6-10, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 83(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H61B-0775.

71. Lindsay JB*, Creed IF. 2002. Definition of hydrologic response units in depression plagued digital elevation models. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 6-10, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 83(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H21F-09.

70. Wolniewicz M*, Creed IF, Devito KJ. 2002. Hydrologic portals: Unprotected pathways for nutrient loading to boreal lakes. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 6-10, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 83(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H11B-0844.

69. Devito KJ, Smerdon B, Ferone JM, Mendoza C, Creed IF. 2002. Landscape controls on groundwater-surface water and nutrient interactions in peatland-pond complexes of the Boreal Plain, Alberta, Canada. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, June 10-14, Victoria, BC.

68. Lindsay JB*, Yao H*, Creed IF. 2002. Static versus dynamic drainage networks: The role of topographic depressions in altering drainage patterns. Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, May 28-June 1, Toronto, ON.

67. Devito KJ, Tondeleir G, Smerdon B, Ferone JM, Creed IF, Mendoza C. 2002. The influence of geologic setting on land-water interactions in peatland-pond complexes of the Boreal Plain: implications for wetland management. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, May 18-21, Banff, AB.

66. Gareis JA*, Webster KL*, Creed IF, Trick CG. 2002. Comparison of the characteristics of dissolved organic carbon export from topographically distinct catchments in the Turkey Lakes Watershed, Ontario. Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, May 28- June 1, Toronto, ON.

65. Lindsay JB*, Yao H*, Creed IF. 2002. Prozac for hydrologists: Coping with topographic depressions. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, May 18-21, Banff, AB.

64. Sanford SE*, Lynch MD*, Creed IF, Beall FD. 2002. Geomorphic controls on the export of dissolved organic carbon from forested catchments in central Ontario, Canada. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, May 18-21, Banff, AB.

63. Wolniewicz MB*, Creed IF. 2002. Predicting hydrologic linkages from land to lakes in the Boreal forest: A basis for moving away from standard and towards adaptive forest buffer strip strategies. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, May 18-21, Banff, AB.

62. Yao H*, Creed IF. 2002. Determining spatially distributed water balances in ungauged areas. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, May 18-21, Banff, AB.

61. Zsigovics G*, Creed IF. 2002. Using multi-temporal RADARSAT-S1 imagery to map surface saturated areas in the mixed-wood forest on the Boreal Plain in northern Alberta. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, May 18-21, Banff, AB.

60. Creed IF, Krezek CC*, Tague CL, Trick CG. 2002. Water and nutrient export from a coastal watershed to the coastal waters in Barkley Sound, British Columbia, Canada. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, February 11-15, Honolulu, HI.

2001 (15)

59. Molot LA, Dillon PJ, Creed IF, Beall FD, Clair T. 2001. Coupling GIS-based and steady state dissolved organic carbon models for export and lake retention in a large watershed on the Precambrian Shield. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 10-14, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 82(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H12H-11.

58. Creed IF, Lynch M*, Sanford SE*, Beall FD, Jeffries D. 2001. Geomorphic controls on the export of dissolved organic carbon from forested catchments in central Ontario, Canada. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 10-14, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 82(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H12H-08.

57. Wolniewicz M*, Arzandeh S, Creed IF. 2001. Derivation of a remotely sensed index for predicting the nutrient loading potential from land to lakes on the Canadian Boreal Plain. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 10-14, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 82(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H21B-0301.

56. Devito KJ, Ferone J-M, Smerdon B, Creed IF, Mendoza C. 2001. Landscape controls on groundwater-surface water and nutrient interactions in peatland-pond complexes of the Boreal Plain, Alberta, Canada. Society of Wetland Scientists Conference: Changing Wetlands: New Developments in Wetland Science, September 11-13, University of Sheffield, UK.

55. Foster N, Beall FD, Hazlett P, Semkin R, Schiff S, Creed IF, Jeffries D. 2001. Sources of exported nitrogen from first-order forested basins at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. N2001: The Second International Nitrogen Conference, October 14-18, Potomac, MY.

54. Webster KL*, Creed IF, Tague CL, Van Miegroet H, Nicholas NS. 2001. Establishing links between deposition, transformation and export of nitrogen in a forested catchment in the southern Appalachians. N2001: The Second International Nitrogen Conference, October 14-18, Potomac, MY.

53. Van Miegroet H, Creed IF, Nicholas NS. 2001. Spatial variability in N saturation in high-elevation spruce-forests of the southeastern U.S.A. N2001: The Second International Nitrogen Conference, October 14-18, Potomac, MD.

52. Wolniewicz MB*, Clark RB*, Creed IF. 2001. Derivation of a remotely sensed index for predicting the nutrient loading potential from land to lakes on the Canadian Boreal Plain. NCE-SFM Workshop, University of Alberta. October 18-20, Edmonton, AB.

51. Loscher G, Tarboton DG, Creed IF, Webster KL*. 2001. Soil moisture variability in a small steep forested watershed. American Geophysical Union Chapman Conference on State-of-the-Art Hillslope Hydrology, October 8-12, Sunriver, OR.

50. Creed IF, Van Miegroet H, Nicholas N. 2001. Climatic controls on soil N fluxes in a nitrogen saturated watershed. Gordon Research Conference on Forested Catchments: Hydrological, Geochemical, and Biological Processes, July 22-27, Andover, NH.

49. Webster KL*, Creed IF, Tague CL. 2001. Modeling N export from the Noland Divide Watershed: The importance of climate on nitrate-N production and transport. Gordon Research Conference on Forested Catchments: Hydrological, Geochemical, and Biological Processes, July 22-27, Andover, NH.

48. Van Miegroet H, Nicholas N, Creed IF. 2001. What creates spatial heterogeneity in N saturation at the level of a small catchment? American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, May 29-June 2, Boston, MA. Eos Trans. AGU, 82(19), Spring Meet. Suppl., Abstract H21B-02.

47. Devito KJ, Fraser CJD, Creed IF. 2001. Runoff characteristics from a glaciated headwater catchment on the Boreal Plain, Alberta. Canadian Geophysical Union, May 14-17, Ottawa, ON.

46. Krezek CC*, Creed IF. 2001. Climatic regulation of peak flows and their contributing source areas under natural and disturbed conditions in the Carnation Creek Watershed, Vancouver Island, BC, CANADA. Canadian Geophysical Union, May 14-17, Ottawa, ON.

45. Robak TA, Creed IF, Devito KJ. 2001. Managing forests to minimize phosphorus loading to surface waters. Canadian Geophysical Union, May 14-17, Ottawa, ON.

2000 (11)

44. Krezek CC*, Creed IF, Tague CL. 2000. Climatic regulation of contributing source area dynamics in a coastal watershed, Insular Mountain Range, Canada. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 81(48), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H21E-11.

43. Tague CL, Creed IF, Krezek CC*. 2000. Modeling forest carbon allocation and water-use following harvest and the implications for assessing land use/ climate change impacts on summer low flow in mountainous regions of the Pacific Northwest. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 81(48), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H12-F04.

42. Trick CG, Creed IF, Krezek CC*, Hetherington ED, Tschaplinski PJ. 2000. Carnation Creek: A Canadian long-term experimental coastal watershed. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 81(48), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H51B-05.

41. Webster KL*, Creed IF, Nicholas NS, Tarboton DG, Van Miegroet H. 2000. Establishing links between N pools and export from a catchment. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 15-19, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 81(48), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H21B-14.

40. Creed IF, Webster KL*, Bullen TD, Nicholas NS. 2000. Regulation of radial growth of red spruce (Picea rubens Sarg.) across an elevation gradient in the southern Appalachians. Soil Science Society of America Meeting, November 5-7, Minneapolis, MN.

39. Devito KJ, Creed IF, Bayley SE, Foote L, Pollard B. 2000. Hydrogeology, total phosphorus, chlorophyll a relationships in shallow ponds on the western boreal forest. Society of Wetland Scientists, August 6-12, Quebec City, QC.

38. Devito KJ, Creed IF, Bayley S, Foote L, Pollard B, Stewart G. 2000. Investigating the ecological and hydrological function of shallow pond wetlands on the western boreal forest. Society of Wetland Scientists, August 6-12, Quebec City, QC.

37. Creed IF, Tague CL, Swanson RH, Rothwell RL. 2000. The potential impacts of harvesting on the hydrologic dynamics of boreal watersheds. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, May 30-June 3, Washington, DC. Eos Trans. AGU, 81(19), Spring Meet. Suppl., Abstract B52A-05.

36. Krezek CC*, Creed IF, Tague CL. 2000. Carbon dynamics in forests: Hydrologic regulation of carbon loss and recovery following harvesting. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, May 30-June 3, Washington, DC. Eos Trans. AGU, 81(19), Spring Meet. Suppl., Abstract B52A-01.

35. Morrison DL*, Creed IF. 2000. Coarse woody debris: The sink versus source debate revisited. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, May 30-June 3, Washington, DC. Eos Trans. AGU, 81(19), Spring Meet. Suppl., Abstract B52A-02.

34. Webster KL*, Ure DL*, Creed IF, Nicholas NS, Bullen TD. 2000. Decline of the red spruce population in the southern Appalachians. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, May 30-June 3, Washington, DC. Eos Trans. AGU, 81(19), Spring Meet. Suppl., Abstract B52A-07.

1999 (10)

33. Creed IF, Trick CG, Band LE, Morrison IK. 1999. Multiscale topographic control of the distribution of soil carbon and nitrogen pools within an old-growth sugar maple forest. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 13-17, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 80(48), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H32B-10.

32. Morrison DL*, Creed IF. 1999. Nitrogen dynamics in coarse woody debris: A net source or sink to the forest? American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 13-17, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 80(48), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H32B-11.

31. Morrison DL*, Creed IF, Nicholas NS. 1999. Nitrogen dynamics in coarse woody debris: A net source or sink to the forest? 10th Annual Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere (SAMAB) Conference, November 1-3, Gatlinburg, TN.

30. Van Miegroet H, Nicholas NS, Creed IF. 1999. An integrated approach to assess spatial variability in N dynamics in a small headwater catchment in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 10th Annual Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere (SAMAB) Conference, November 1-3, Gatlinburg, TN.

29. Creed IF, Devito KJ, Garlick GS*. 1999. A conceptual model for predicting the hydrochemical response of lakes in the boreal forest to environmental stressors: Part 2, Climatic controls. Gordon Conference on Hydro/Geo/Biological processes of Forested Catchments, July 18-22, Andover, NH.

28. Morrison DL*, Creed IF. 1999. Nitrogen dynamics in coarse woody debris: A net source or sink to the forest? Gordon Conference on Hydro/Geo/Biological processes of Forested Catchments, July 18-22, Andover, NH.

27. Trick CG, Krezek CC*, Creed IF, Scholey CA, English MC, Schiff SL. 1999. Forest-to-ocean linkages: A new conceptual view. Gordon Conference on Hydro/Geo/Biological processes of Forested Catchments, July 18-22, Andover, NH.

26. Trick CG, Creed IF, Morrison IK, Band LE. 1999. Hydrological controls on the distribution and export of dissolved organic carbon from a forested catchment. Upper Lakes Environmental Research Network Workshop, May 17-22, Sault Ste. Marie, ON.

25. Creed IF, McMaster KJ, Halsey L, Prepas EE. 1999. A drainage basin’s potential for hydrologic connections between the surface of land and lakes: A key to explaining natural variations in the nutrient status of boreal lakes? Network of Centres of Excellence on Sustainable Forest Management, February 14-18, Edmonton, AB.

24. Rothwell RL, Creed IF, Spillios LC, Swanson RH, Whitby I. 1999. The potential impacts of harvesting on the hydrologic dynamics of boreal watersheds: A case study of the Marten River Watershed. Network of Centres of Excellence on Sustainable Forest Management, February 14-18, Edmonton, AB.

1998 (7)

23. Creed IF, Devito KJ, McMaster KJ, White JC. 1998. Predicting the dynamics of source areas of nutrients from terrestrial to aquatic systems within the Boreal Plains. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 6-10, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 79(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H22B-18.

22. Bayley SE, Creed IF, Devito KJ, Foote L, Pollard B, Vitt D. 1998. Integrating wetland research in the Western Boreal Forest Initiative. 18th International Symposium of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS), November 10-13, Banff, AB.

21. Creed IF, Devito KJ, McMaster KJ, White J. 1998. Predicting the dynamics of source areas of nutrients from the land to lakes within the Boreal Plains: A GIS/remote sensing approach. 18th International Symposium of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS), November 10-13, Banff, AB.

20. Devito KJ, Creed IF, Rothwell R, Prepas EE, House A, Reedyk S, Dance M, Eerkes G. 1998. The potential for logging impacts on western boreal lakes. 18th International Symposium of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS), November 10-13, Banff, AB.

19. Van Miegroet H, Nicholas NS, Creed IF, McCarthy LE. 1998. An integrated approach to estimating spatial variability in N saturation in a small S Appalachian watershed. Annual Meeting of the Soil Science Society of America, October 12-18, Baltimore, MD.

18. Morrison DL*, Creed IF, Nicholas NS, Rose AK, Van Miegroet H. 1998. An approach to the determination of a nitrogen release index for coarse woody debris in a small watershed in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Ecological Society of America, August 2-6, Baltimore, MD.

17. Van Miegroet H, Nicholas NS, Creed IF, McCarthy LE. 1998. The Noland Divide Watershed study: An integrated approach to assess spatial variability in N dynamics in a small southern Appalachian catchment. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, May 26-29, Boston, Massachusetts. Eos Trans. AGU, 79(18), Spring Meet. Suppl., Abstract H22B-17.

1997 (2)

16. Creed IF, Band LE. 1997. Export of nitrate-N from catchments in a temperate forest. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 8-12, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 78(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H11B-02.

15. Creed IF, Band LE. 1997. The role of spatial organization of nitrogen source areas on nitrogen export from catchments. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, February 13-20, Sante Fe, NM. Outstanding Student Award.

1996 (4)

14. Creed IF, Band LE. 1996. Role of spatial heterogeneity in the export of nitrate-N from catchments. Chapman Conference on Nitrogen Cycling in Forested Catchments, September 16-20, Sunriver, OR.

13. Creed IF, Band LE, Foster NW, Nicolson JA. 1996. A similarity analysis of the release of nitrate-N from catchments in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence forest region. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, May 20-24, Baltimore, MD. Eos Trans. AGU, 77(17), Spring Meet. Suppl., Abstract H41A-03. Nominated for Outstanding Student Award.

12. Bonney L, Trick CG, Creed IF, Band LE. 1996. Spatial variability of dissolved organic carbon in soils of a forested catchment. Canadian Society of Limnology, January 4-6, Montreal, QC.

11. Creed IF, Band LE. 1996. Predicting nutrient flows from land to lakes: Topography is the key. Canadian Society of Limnology, January 4-6, Montreal, QC.

1995 (5)

10. Creed IF, Band LE, Nicolson JA, Foster NW. 1995. Natural variation in biogeochemical fluxes from small catchments in an old-growth sugar maple forest. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 11-15, San Francisco, CA. Eos Trans. AGU, 76(48), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H51B-12.

9. Creed IF, Band LE. 1995. Regulation of nitrate-N in forest streams: A test of the N flushing hypothesis. Gordon Conference: Hydrobiogeochemistry of Forested Catchments, August 14-18, New London, NH.

8. Creed IF, Band LE. 1995. Topographic controls of nitrogen discharge from forested catchments. Ecological Society of America, July 31-August 3, Snowbird, UT.

7. Band LE, Csillag F, Creed IF. 1995. Application of RHESSys (Regional HydroEcological Simulation System) to a northern hardwood experimental watershed. Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study: Annual Cooperators Meeting, July 6-7, Woodstock, NH.

6. Creed IF, Band LE, Foster NW, Morrison IK, Nicolson JA, Jeffries DS, Semkin RS. 1995. Topographic controls on the nitrogen content of discharge waters from catchments in the Turkey Lakes Watershed. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, May 30-June 2, Baltimore, MD. Eos Trans. AGU, 76(19), Spring Meet. Suppl. Abstract H22D-06. Outstanding Student Award.

1994 (2)

5. Creed IF, Band LE, Morrison IK, Nicolson JA, Jeffries DS, Semkin RS. 1994. Topographic controls on the spatial distribution of nitrogen flows from land to lake systems. Regional Assessment of Freshwater Ecosystems and Climate Change in North America Symposium, October 24-26, Leesburg, VA.

4. Band LE, Creed IF, Mackay DS, Jeffries DS, Nicolson JA. 1994. Distributed simulation of integrated hydrological and ecological processes in the Turkey Lakes experimental watershed. Regional Assessment of Freshwater Ecosystems and Climate Change in North America Symposium, October 24-26, Leesburg, VA.

1989 (1)

3. Creed IF, Trick CG. 1989. The effect of nutrient limitation on the metabolism of arsenate in Chlorella. Phycological Society of America, Toronto, ON.

1987 (2)

2. Creed IF. 1987. Black Creek: An example of the serious state of Toronto’s tributary waters. Greening the City Symposium, Toronto, ON.

1. Creed IF, Havas M, Trick CG. 1987. Mechanisms of arsenate tolerance in the green alga, Chlorella vulgaris. American Society for Limnology and Oceanography, Madison, WI.