Euan D. Reavie mainly focuses on Ecology, Water quality, Ecosystem, Diatom and Nutrient. His Water quality study is related to the wider topic of Hydrology. His Ecosystem research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Climate change and Wetland.
His Diatom study frequently links to other fields, such as Sediment. He studies Eutrophication which is a part of Nutrient. The Eutrophication study combines topics in areas such as Paleolimnology and Plankton.
Euan D. Reavie mostly deals with Diatom, Ecology, Oceanography, Sediment and Water quality. Euan D. Reavie interconnects Hydrology, Watershed, Bay, Plankton and Eutrophication in the investigation of issues within Diatom. His studies deal with areas such as Trophic level and Paleolimnology as well as Eutrophication.
His Oceanography study incorporates themes from Hypolimnion, Fluvial and Sediment core. His work carried out in the field of Sediment brings together such families of science as Drainage basin, Geochemistry and Habitat. Euan D. Reavie works mostly in the field of Water quality, limiting it down to topics relating to Canonical correspondence analysis and, in certain cases, Fecal coliform and Chlorophyll a.
His main research concerns Oceanography, Diatom, St louis, Sediment and Sediment core. His Oceanography study combines topics in areas such as Phytoplankton and Food web. His study in Phytoplankton is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Water quality, Pelagic zone and Paleolimnology.
His work deals with themes such as Estuary and Eutrophication, which intersect with Water quality. His Diatom study introduces a deeper knowledge of Ecology. The various areas that Euan D. Reavie examines in his Sediment study include Hydrology, Drainage basin, Geochemistry and Pollution.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Phytoplankton, Ballast, Paleolimnology, Diatom and Population. He combines subjects such as Water quality, Food web and Oceanography, Zooplankton with his study of Phytoplankton. Euan D. Reavie has researched Water quality in several fields, including Abundance and Eutrophication.
The concepts of his Paleolimnology study are interwoven with issues in Geochemistry, Atmospheric pollutants and Environmental resource management. His Diatom study is focused on Ecology in general. In the field of Ecology, his study on Invasive species, Algae, Mesocosm and Ecosystem overlaps with subjects such as Protist.
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Are harmful algal blooms becoming the greatest inland water quality threat to public health and aquatic ecosystems
Bryan W. Brooks;James M. Lazorchak;Meredith D.A. Howard;Mari Vaughn V. Johnson.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (2016)
An expanded weighted-averaging model for inferring past total phosphorus concentrations from diatom assemblages in eutrophic British Columbia (Canada) lakes
Euan D. Reavie;Roland I. Hall;John P. Smol.
Journal of Paleolimnology (1995)
Evaluation of geographic, geomorphic and human influences on Great Lakes wetland indicators: A multi-assemblage approach
J. C. Brazner;N. P. Danz;Gerald J Niemi;R. R. Regal.
Ecological Indicators (2007)
Diatom-environmental relationships in 64 alkaline southeastern Ontario (Canada) lakes: a diatom-based model for water quality reconstructions
Euan D. Reavie;John P. Smol.
Journal of Paleolimnology (2001)
Human Influences on Water Quality in Great Lakes Coastal Wetlands
John A. Morrice;Nicholas P. Danz;Ronald R. Regal;John R. Kelly.
Environmental Management (2008)
The ecological history of Lake Erie as recorded by the phytoplankton community
Lisa E. Allinger;Euan D. Reavie.
Journal of Great Lakes Research (2013)
Algal assemblages for large river monitoring: Comparison among biovolume, absolute and relative abundance metrics
Euan D. Reavie;Terri M. Jicha;Ted R. Angradi;David W. Bolgrien.
Ecological Indicators (2010)
Phytoplankton trends in the Great Lakes, 2001–2011
Euan D. Reavie;Richard P. Barbiero;Lisa E. Allinger;Glenn J. Warren.
Journal of Great Lakes Research (2014)
Anthropogenic climate change has altered primary productivity in Lake Superior
M. D. O'Beirne;M. D. O'Beirne;J. P. Werne;J. P. Werne;R. E. Hecky;T. C. Johnson.
Nature Communications (2017)
Freshwater diatoms from the St. Lawrence river
Euan D Reavie;John P Smol.
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