Ecology, Water quality, Hydrology, Eutrophication and Environmental resource management are his primary areas of study. His Ecology study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Atmospheric sciences. His Water quality study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Trihalomethane, Water treatment, Environmental engineering, Raw water and Regression analysis.
His Hydrology research incorporates elements of Uncertainty analysis and Turbidity. George B. Arhonditsis works mostly in the field of Eutrophication, limiting it down to concerns involving Nutrient cycle and, occasionally, Hypolimnion. His study looks at the intersection of Environmental resource management and topics like Ecosystem with CLARITY.
His main research concerns Ecology, Water quality, Eutrophication, Hydrology and Ecosystem. Ecology is a component of his Phytoplankton, Plankton, Zooplankton, Food web and Trophic level studies. George B. Arhonditsis usually deals with Plankton and limits it to topics linked to Biogeochemical cycle and Biogeochemistry.
His Water quality study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Algal bloom, Bayesian probability and Environmental resource management. His research in Eutrophication intersects with topics in Nutrient cycle, Macrophyte, Phosphorus and Bay. His work in Watershed covers topics such as Bayesian inference which are related to areas like Econometrics and Climatology.
His main research concerns Environmental resource management, Water quality, Eutrophication, Context and Watershed. His study in Environmental resource management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Forest management, Ecology, Water Framework Directive and Ecosystem services. Water quality connects with themes related to Macrophyte in his study.
George B. Arhonditsis interconnects Bay, Algal bloom, Phosphorus, Ecosystem and Pollution in the investigation of issues within Eutrophication. His Watershed research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Adaptive management, Soil and Water Assessment Tool and Water cycle. His Wetland study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Ecology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Water quality, Eutrophication, Ecosystem, Environmental resource management and Process. Water quality is a primary field of his research addressed under Hydrology. The Hydrology study combines topics in areas such as Climate change and Downscaling.
His Eutrophication research integrates issues from Total organic carbon, Hard water, Land use and Environmental planning. The study incorporates disciplines such as Adaptive management, Soil remediation, Watershed and Scale in addition to Ecosystem. His studies in Environmental resource management integrate themes in fields like State variable, Range and Pollution.
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Evaluation of the current state of mechanistic aquatic biogeochemical modeling
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2004)
The re-eutrophication of Lake Erie: Harmful algal blooms and hypoxia.
Susan B. Watson;Carol Miller;George Arhonditsis;Gregory L. Boyer.
Harmful Algae (2016)
Challenges and opportunities for integrating lake ecosystem modelling approaches
Wolf M. Mooij;Dennis Trolle;Erik Jeppesen;George Arhonditsis.
Aquatic Ecology (2010)
Eutrophication model for Lake Washington (USA): Part I. Model description and sensitivity analysis
Ecological Modelling (2005)
Sensors in the Stream: The High-Frequency Wave of the Present
Michael Rode;Andrew J. Wade;Matthew J. Cohen;Robert T. Hensley.
Environmental Science & Technology (2016)
Non-point-source impacts on stream nutrient concentrations along a forest to urban gradient.
Environmental Management (2005)
Exploring ecological patterns with structural equation modeling and Bayesian analysis
GB Arhonditsis;CA Stow;LJ Steinberg;MA Kenney.
Ecological Modelling (2006)
Eutrophication risk assessment using Bayesian calibration of process-based models : application to a mesotrophic lake
George B. Arhonditsis;Song S. Qian;Craig A. Stow;E. Conrad Lamon.
Ecological Modelling (2007)
Our current understanding of lake ecosystem response to climate change: What have we really learned from the north temperate deep lakes?
Journal of Great Lakes Research (2011)
Evaluation of the Current State of Distributed Watershed Nutrient Water Quality Modeling
Environmental Science & Technology (2015)
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