Her main research concerns Ecology, Phytoplankton, Eutrophication, Hydrology and Oceanography. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Drainage basin and Environmental planning. Zooplankton is closely connected to Macrophyte in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Phytoplankton.
Her Eutrophication research integrates issues from Bloom and Sediment. She has researched Oceanography in several fields, including Water pollution and Groundwater. Her work carried out in the field of Nutrient brings together such families of science as Dominance and Temperate climate.
Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Oceanography, Eutrophication, Diatom and Drainage basin. Her study in Nutrient, Macrophyte, Algae, Benthic zone and Ecosystem falls within the category of Ecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Temperate climate and Paleolimnology in addition to Nutrient.
Her studies in Holocene, Limnology, Climate change and Arctic are all subfields of Oceanography research. The Eutrophication study combines topics in areas such as Phytoplankton, Algal bloom, Total organic carbon, Sediment and Water quality. Suzanne McGowan has included themes like δ15N, δ13C and Primary producers in her Drainage basin study.
Suzanne McGowan spends much of her time researching Oceanography, Ecology, Drainage basin, Sediment and Holocene. Her study in Oceanography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Freshwater ecosystem, Organic matter, Sedimentary organic matter and Biogeochemical cycle. Her Drainage basin study results in a more complete grasp of Hydrology.
Her Sediment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Structural basin, Total organic carbon, Primary production, Carbon sequestration and Eutrophication. Suzanne McGowan studied Holocene and Paleoclimatology that intersect with Monsoon, Westerlies, Environmental change, Hypolimnion and Paleolimnology. The concepts of her Dissolved organic carbon study are interwoven with issues in Phytoplankton and Nutrient.
Suzanne McGowan focuses on Ecology, Drainage basin, Oceanography, Structural basin and Sediment. Her Ecology and Rainforest, Introduced species, Genus, Fauna and Resource investigations all form part of her Ecology research activities. Suzanne McGowan focuses mostly in the field of Drainage basin, narrowing it down to matters related to Photic zone and, in some cases, Climate change and Ecosystem.
Her Climate change study typically links adjacent topics like Physical geography. Her Oceanography research is mostly focused on the topic Limnology. Her Structural basin research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Macrophyte, East Asian Monsoon, Subtropics, Global warming and Biota.
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Acceleration of cyanobacterial dominance in north temperate-subarctic lakes during the Anthropocene.
Zofia E Taranu;Irene Gregory-Eaves;Peter R Leavitt;Lynda Bunting.
Ecology Letters (2015)
Looking forward through the past: Identification of 50 priority research questions in palaeoecology
Alistair W. R. Seddon;Alistair W. R. Seddon;Anson W. Mackay;Ambroise G. Baker;H. John B. Birks;H. John B. Birks;H. John B. Birks.
Journal of Ecology (2014)
Paleolimnological evidence of the effects on lakes of energy and mass transfer from climate and humans
P. R. Leavitt;S. C. Fritz;N. J. Anderson;P. A. Baker.
Limnology and Oceanography (2009)
Determination of phytoplankton crops by top-down and bottom-up mechanisms in a group of English lakes, the West Midland meres
Brian Moss;Suzanne McGowan;Laurence Carvalho.
Limnology and Oceanography (1994)
Controls of algal abundance and community composition during ecosystem state change
Suzanne McGowan;Peter R. Leavitt;Roland I. Hall;N. John Anderson.
Classification of hydrological regimes of northern floodplain basins (Peace–Athabasca Delta, Canada) from analysis of stable isotopes (δ18O, δ2H) and water chemistry
Brent B. Wolfe;Brent B. Wolfe;Tammy L. Karst-Riddoch;Roland I. Hall;Thomas W. D. Edwards.
Hydrological Processes (2007)
Spatial variability of climate and land-use effects on lakes of the northern Great Plains
Samantha V. Pham;Peter R. Leavitt;Suzanne McGowan;Pedro Peres-Neto.
Limnology and Oceanography (2008)
Spatial and temporal variability of prairie lake hydrology as revealed using stable isotopes of hydrogen and oxygen
Samantha V. Pham;Peter R. Leavitt;Suzanne McGowan;Bjoern Wissel.
Limnology and Oceanography (2009)
Vertically-challenged limnology; contrasts between deep and shallow lakes
Brian Moss;Meryem Beklioglu;Laurence Carvalho;Sabri Kilinc.
Climate Versus In-Lake Processes as Controls on the Development of Community Structure in a Low-Arctic Lake (South-West Greenland)
N. John Anderson;Klaus P. Brodersen;David B. Ryves;Suzanne McGowan.
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