BOOKS
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(2) Harrad, S., L. Batty, G.B. Arhonditsis, and M.L. Diamond 2008. Student projects in environmental science. Wiley Publishers, 184 p.




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(1) Reckhow, K.H., G.B. Arhonditsis, and M.A. Kenney 2008. Water Quality Indicators: Nutrient Impacts on Chlorophyll Or Algae Species Composition. WERF Report 02-ECO-1, IWA Publishing, 84 p.




BOOK CHAPTERS
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(2) Arhonditsis, G.B., S. Stremilov, A. Gudimov, M. Ramin, and W. Zhang. Integration of Bayesian inference techniques with mathematical modelling. In Baird, D. and A. Metha (Eds.): Estuarine and Coastal Ecosystems Modelling. Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science, 2011, Vol .9, 173-192. Elsevier Publications.


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(1) Arhonditsis, G.B. Useless Arithmetic? Lessons learnt from aquatic biogeochemical modelling. In Hanrahan, G. (Ed.): Modelling of Pollutants in Complex Environmental Systems. Pages 3-26. ILM Publications.




PUBLISHED OR IN PRESS

2013
(75) McCulloch, J., Gudimov, A., Arhonditsis, G.B., Chesnyuk, A., Dittrich, M. 2013. Phosphorus retention in a mesotrophic lake under transient loading conditions: insights from a sediment phosphorus binding form study. Chemical Geology 354: 216-232.

(74) Cheng V., Arhonditsis G.B., Sills D., Auld H., Shephard M., Gough W., and J. Klaassen 2013. Probability Of Tornado Occurrence Across Canada. Journal of Climate In press.

(73) Ramin, M., and G.B. Arhonditsis 2013. Bayesian calibration of mathematical models: Examination of the role of process error covariance structure and optimization of model structures. Ecological Informatics 18: 107-116.

(72) Hossain, M., G. Perhar, G.B. Arhonditsis, T. Matsuishi, A. Goto, and M. Azuma 2013. Ecological consequences of largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) and bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus) in Lake Kawahara-oike, Nagasaki, Japan. Ecological Informatics 18: 149-161.

(71) Mahmood M., S. Bhavsar, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2013. Examination of temporal DDT trends in Lake Erie fish communities using dynamic linear modeling. Journal of Great Lakes Research 39: 437-448.

(70) Mahmood M., S. Bhavsar, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2013. Fish Contamination in Lake Erie: An examination of temporal trends of organochlorine contaminants and a Bayesian approach to consumption advisories. Ecological Informatics 18: 131-148.

(69) Gandhi N., M.L. Diamond, R. Razavi, S.P. Bhavsar, E.M. Hodge, S.B. Gewurtz, G.B. Arhonditsis. A modeling assessment of contaminant fate in the Bay of Quinte, Lake Ontario: 2. organic chemicals. Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management In press.

(68) Wellen C., G.B. Arhonditsis, T. Labencki, and D. Boyd. Application of the SPARROW model in watersheds with limited information: A Bayesian assessment of the model uncertainty and the value of additional monitoring. Hydrological Processes In press.

(67) Perhar, G., Arhonditsis, G.B., Brett, M.T. 2013. Modeling zooplankton growth in Lake Washington: A mechanistic approach to physiology in an eutrophication model. Ecological Modelling 258: 101-121.

(66) Zhang, W., Kim, D.-K., Rao, Y.R., Watson, S., Mugalingam, S., Labencki, T., Dittrich, M., Morley, A., Arhonditsis, G.B. 2013. Can simple phosphorus mass balance models guide management decisions? A case study in the Bay of Quinte, Ontario, Canada. Ecological Modelling 257: 66-79.

(65) Kim, D.-K., Zhang, W., Rao, Y.R., Watson, S., Mugalingam, S., Labencki, T., Dittrich, M., Morley, A., Arhonditsis, G.B. 2013. Improving the representation of internal nutrient recycling with phosphorus mass balance models: A case study in the Bay of Quinte, Ontario, Canada. Ecological Modelling 256: 53-68.

(64) Dittrich, M., Chesnyuk, A., Gudimov, A., McCulloch, J., Quazi, S., Young, J., Winter, J., Stainsby, E., Arhonditsis, G. 2013. Phosphorus retention in a mesotrophic lake under transient loading conditions: Insights from a sediment phosphorus binding form study. Water Research 47: 1433-1447.

(63) Perhar, G., Arhonditsis, G.B., Brett, M.T. 2013. Modelling the role of highly unsaturated fatty acids in planktonic food web processes: Sensitivity analysis and examination of contemporary hypotheses. Ecological Informatics 13: 77-98.

2012
(62) Gudimov A., E. O’Connor, M. Dittrich., H. Jarjanazi, M. Palmer, E. Stainsby, J. Winter, J. Young, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2012. Continuous Bayesian Network for Studying the Causal Links between Phosphorus Loading and Plankton Patterns in Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Environmental Science & Technology. 46: 7283-7292.

(61) Perhar, G, G.B. Arhonditsis, and M.T. Brett 2012. Modelling the role of highly unsaturated fatty acids in planktonic food web processes: A mechanistic approach. Environmental Reviews. 20: 155-172.

(60) Wellen, C., G.B. Arhonditsis, T. Labencki, and D. Boyd 2012. A Bayesian methodological framework t.o accommodate inter-annual nutrient loading variability with the SPARROW model. Water Resources Research 48, W10505, doi:10.1029/2012WR011821

(59) Brett, M.T., G.B. Arhonditsis, S. Chandra, and M.J. Kainz 2012. Mass flux calculations show strong allochthonous support of freshwater zooplankton production is unlikely. PLoS ONE. 7 (6): art. no. e39508

(58) Neff, M.R., S.P. Bhavsar, G.B. Arhonditsis, R. Fletcher, and D.A. Jackson 2012. Long-term changes in fish mercury levels in historically impacted English-Wabigoon River system (Canada). Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 14: 2327-2337.

(57) Hossain, M., G.B. Arhonditsis, M. Koops, and K. Minns 2012. Towards the development of an ecosystem model for Hamilton Harbour, Ontario, Canada. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 38: 628-642.

(56) Perhar, G., and G.B. Arhonditsis 2012. Examination of the role of detritus food quality, phytoplankton intracellular capacity, and zooplankton stoichiometry on planktonic dynamics. Ecological Informatics. 11: 76-89.

(55) Ramin M., T. Labencki, D. Boyd, D. Trolle, G.B. Arhonditsis 2012. A Bayesian synthesis of predictions from different models for setting water quality criteria. Ecological Modelling. 242: 127-145.

(54) Ramin, M., G. Perhar, Y. Shimoda, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2012. Examination of the effects of nutrient regeneration mechanisms on plankton dynamics using aquatic biogeochemical modeling. Ecological Modelling. 240: 139-155.

(53) Trolle D., D.P. Hamilton, M.R. Hipsey, K. Bolding, J. Bruggeman, W.M. Mooij, J.H. Janse, A. Nielsen, E. Jeppesen, J.A. Elliott, V. Makler-Pick, T. Petzoldt, K. Rinke, M.R. Flindt, G.B. Arhonditsis, G. Gal, R.B. Hansen, K. Tominaga, J. Hoen, A.S. Downing, D.M. Marques, C.R. Fragoso Jr., M. Sondergaard, P.C. Hanson 2012. A community-based framework for aquatic ecosystem models. Hydrobiologia 683: 25-34.

2011
(52) Sadraddini S., M.E. Azim, Y. Shimoda, S. Bhavsar, S.M. Backus, K.G. Drouillard, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2011. A Bayesian Assessment of the PCB Temporal Trends in Lake Erie Fish Communities. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 37: 507-520.

(51) Sadraddini S., M.E. Azim, Y. Shimoda, S. Bhavsar, S.M. Backus, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2011. Temporal contaminant trends in Lake Erie fish: A dynamic linear modeling analysis. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 74: 2203-2214

(50) Gudimov A., M. Ramin, T. Labencki, C. Wellen, M. Shelar, Y. Shimoda, D. Boyd, G.B. Arhonditsis 2011. Predicting the response of Hamilton Harbour to the nutrient loading reductions: A modeling analysis of the “ecological unknowns”. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 37: 494-506.

(49) Liu, Y., G.B. Arhonditsis, C.A. Stow, and D. Scavia 2011. Comparing Chesapeake Bay Hypoxic-Volume and Dissolved-Oxygen profile predictions with a Bayesian Streeter-Phelps Model. Journal of American Water Resources Association 47: 1348-1363.

(48) M. Ekram A., M. Letchumanan, A. Rayesh, Y. Shimoda, S. Bhavsar and G.B. Arhonditsis, 2011. Detection of Temporal Trends of alpha and gamma Chlordanes in Lake Erie Fish Communities using Dynamic Linear Modeling. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 74: 1107–1121.

(47) Azim M.E., A. Kumarappah, S.P. Bhavsar, S.M. Backus, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2011. Detection of the Spatiotemporal Trends of Mercury Contamination in Lake Erie Fish Communities: A Bayesian Approach. Environmental Science & Technology 45: 2217-2226.

(46) Shimoda Y., E. Azim, , G. Perhar, M. Ramin, M. Kenney, S. Sadraddini, A. Gudimov, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2011. Our current understanding of lake ecosystem response to climate change: what have we learnt from the north temperate lakes? Journal of Great Lakes Research 37: 173-193.

(45) Ramin, M., S. Stremilov, T. Labencki, A. Gudimov, D. Boyd, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2011. Setting water quality criteria in Hamilton Harbour, Ontario, Canada: A Bayesian approach. Environmental Modelling & Software 26: 337-353.

2010
(44) W.M. Mooij, D. Trolle , E. Jeppesen, G. Arhonditsis, P.V. Belolipetsky, D.B.R. Chitamwebwa, A.G. Degermendzhy, D.L. DeAngelis, L.N. De Senerpont Domis, A.S. Downing, J. A. Elliott, C.R. Fragoso Jr., U. Gaedke, S.N. Genova, R.D. Gulati, L.Håkanson, D.P. Hamilton, M.R. Hipsey, J.Hoen, S.Hülsmann, F.J (Hans) Los, V. Makler-Pick, T. Petzoldt, I.G. Prokopkin, K. Rinke, S.A. Schep, K. Tominaga, A.A. Van Dam, E.H. Van Nes, S.A. Wells, and J.H. Janse 2010. Challenges and opportunities for integrating lake ecosystem modelling approaches Aquatic Ecology 44: 633-667.

(43) Rode M, G. Arhonditsis, D. Balin, T. Kebede, V. Krysanova, A. van Griensven, and S. Van der Zee 2010. New challenges in integrated water quality modelling. Hydrological Processes 24: 3447-3461.

(42) Gudimov A., M. Ramin, S. Stremilov, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2010. Eutrophication risk assessment in Hamilton Harbour: System analysis and evaluation of nutrient loading scenarios. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36: 520-539.

(41) Hossain, M., T. Matsuishi, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2010. Ecosystem attributes of a temperate oligotrophic lake in Hokkaido, Japan. Ecological Modelling 221: 1717-1730.

(40) Cheng, V, G.B. Arhonditsis, and M.T. Brett 2010. A revaluation of the lake-phosphorus loading models using a Bayesian hierarchical framework. Ecological Research: 25: 59-76.

(39) Sommerfreund, J., G.B. Arhonditsis, M.L. Diamond, M. Frignani, G. Capodaglio, M. Gerino, L. Bellucci, S. Giuliani, and C. Mugnai 2010. Examination of the uncertainty in contaminant fate and transport modelling: A case study in the Venice Lagoon. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety: 73: 231-239.

(38) Ravet J.L., M.T. Brett, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2010. Seston impacts on zooplankton fatty acid content in Lake Washington. Ecology: 91: 180-190.

2009
(37) Zhang, W., and G.B. Arhonditsis 2009. A Bayesian hierarchical framework for calibrating aquatic biogeochemical models. Ecological Modelling 220: 2142-2161.

(36) Kenney, M.A., G.B. Arhonditsis, L.C. Reiter, M. Barkley, and K.H. Reckhow 2009. Selection of Nutrient Criteria Variables using the Predictive Approach for the Kissimmee Chain-of-Lakes in Florida. Lake and Reservoir Management 25: 119-130.

(35) Law, K.K., W. Zhang, J. Zhao, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2009. Structural changes in lake functioning induced from nutrient loading and climate variability. Ecological Modelling 220: 805-820.

(34) Perhar, G, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2009. The effects of seston food quality on planktonic food web patterns. Ecological Modelling 220: 979-997.

2008
(33) Zhang, W., and G.B. Arhonditsis 2008. Predicting the frequency of water quality standard violations using Bayesian calibration of eutrophication models. Journal of Great Lakes Research 34: 698-720.

(32) Arhonditsis, G.B., D. Papantou, W. Zhang, G. Perhar, E. Massos, and M. Shi 2008. Bayesian calibration of mechanistic aquatic biogeochemical models and benefits for environmental management. Journal of Marine Systems 73: 8-30.

(31) Zhao, J., M. Ramin, V. Cheng, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2008. Competition patterns among phytoplankton functional groups: How useful are the complex mathematical models? Acta Oecologica 22: 324-344.

(30) Zhao, J., M. Ramin, V. Cheng, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2008. Plankton community patterns across a trophic gradient: The role of zooplankton functional groups. Ecological Modelling 213: 417-436.

(29) Arhonditsis, G.B., G. Perhar, W. Zhang, E. Massos, M. Shi, and A. Das 2008. Addressing equifinality and uncertainty analysis in eutrophication modelling. Water Resources Research 44: W01420.

2007
(28) Arhonditsis, G.B., C.A. Stow, H.W. Paerl, L.M. Valdes, L.J. Steinberg, and K.H. Reckhow 2007. Delineation of the role of nutrient dynamics and hydrologic forcing on phytoplankton patterns along a freshwater-marine continuum. Ecological Modelling 208: 230-246.

(27) Arhonditsis, G.B., S.S. Qian, C.A. Stow, E.C. Lamon, and K.H. Reckhow 2007. Eutrophication risk assessment using Bayesian calibration of process-based models: Application to a mesotrophic lake. Ecological Modelling 208: 215-229.

(26) Stow, C.A., K.H. Reckhow, S.S. Qian, E.C. Lamon, G.B. Arhonditsis, M.E. Borsuk and D. Seo 2007. Approaches to evaluate water quality model parameter uncertainty for adaptive TMDL implementation. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 43: 1499-1507.

(25) Danielsdottir, M.G., M.T. Brett, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2007. Algal food quality control of planktonic food web processes. Hydrobiologia 589: 29-41.

(24) Arhonditsis, G.B., H.W. Paerl, L.M. Valdes, C.A. Stow, L.J. Steinberg, and K.H. Reckhow 2007. Application of Bayesian Structural Equation Modelling for examining the Neuse River Estuary (NC, USA) phytoplankton dynamics. Estuarine Coastal & Shelf Science 73: 63-80.

2006
(23) Arhonditsis, G.B., B.A. Adams-VanHarn, L. Nielsen, C.A. Stow, and K.H. Reckhow 2006. Evaluation of the current state of mechanistic aquatic biogeochemical modelling: citation analysis and future perspectives. Environmental Science & Technology 40: 6547-6554.

(22) Arhonditsis, G.B., C.A. Stow, L.J. Steinberg, M.A. Kenney, R.C. Lathrop, S.J. McBride, and K.H. Reckhow 2006. Exploring ecological patterns with structural equation modelling and Bayesian analysis. Ecological Modelling 192: 385-409.

2005
(21) Arhonditsis, G.B., and M.T. Brett 2005. Eutrophication model for Lake Washington (USA): Part II - Model calibration and system dynamics analysis. Ecological Modelling 187: 179-200.

(20) Arhonditsis, G.B., and M.T. Brett 2005. Eutrophication model for Lake Washington (USA): Part I - Model description and sensitivity analysis. Ecological Modelling 187: 140-178.

(19) Reckhow, K.H., G.B. Arhonditsis, M.A. Kenney, L. Hauser, J. Tribo, C. Wu, K.J. Elcock, L.J. Steinberg, C.A. Stow, and S.J. McBride 2005. A predictive approach to nutrient criteria. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 2913 - 2919.

(18) Brett, M.T., G.B. Arhonditsis, S.E. Mueller, D.M. Hartley, J.D. Frodge, and D.E. Funke 2005. Non-point source impacts on stream nutrient concentrations along a forest to urban gradient. Environmental Management 35: 330-342.

(17) Brett, M.T., S.E. Mueller, and G.B. Arhonditsis 2005. A daily time series analysis of stream water phosphorus concentrations along an urban to forest gradient. Environmental Management 35: 56-71.

2004
(16) Nikolaou, A.D., S.K. Golfinopoulos, T.D. Lekkas and G.B. Arhonditsis 2004. Factors affecting the formation of organic by-products during water, chlorination: A bench-scale study. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 159: 357-371.

(15) Arhonditsis, G.B., M. Winder, M.T. Brett, and D.E. Schindler 2004. Patterns and mechanisms of phytoplankton variability in Lake Washington (USA). Water Research 38: 4013-4027.

(14) Arhonditsis, G.B., and M.T. Brett 2004. Evaluation of the current state of mechanistic aquatic biogeochemical modelling. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 271: 13-26.

(13) Nikolaou, A.D., S.K. Golfinopoulos, G.B. Arhonditsis, V. Kolovoyiannis, and T.D. Lekkas 2004. Modelling the formation of chlorination by-products in river waters with different quality. Chemosphere 55: 409-420.

(12) Arhonditsis, G.B., M.T. Brett, C.L. DeGasperi, and D.E. Schindler 2004. Effects of climatic variability on the thermal properties of Lake Washington. Limnology & Oceanography 49: 256-270.

2003
(11) Arhonditsis, G., M. Eleftheriadou, M. Karydis, and G.Tsirtsis 2003. Eutrophication risk assessment in coastal embayments using simple statistical models. Marine Pollution Bulletin 46: 1174-1178.

(10) Arhonditsis, G., M. Karydis, and G. Tsirtsis 2003. Analysis of phytoplankton community structure using similarity indices: a new methodology for discriminating among eutrophication levels in coastal marine ecosystems. Environmental Management 31: 619-632.

(9) Arhonditsis, G., M.T. Brett, and J. Frodge 2003. Environmental control and limnological impacts of a large recurrent spring bloom in Lake Washington, USA. Environmental Management 31: 603-618.

2002
(8) Arhonditsis, G., M. Karydis, and G. Tsirtsis 2002. Application of multicriteria methods in assessing environmental change: A case study of a coastal system. Journal of Coastal Research 18: 698-712.

(7) Nikolaou, A.D., G.B. Arhonditsis, S.K. Golfinopoulos, and T.D. Lekkas 2002. Predicting the formation of Trihalomethanes and Haloacetic acids in surface waters by linear regression models. Epidemiology 13: 172 (Abstract).

(6) Arhonditsis, G., C. Giourga, A. Loumou, and M. Koulouri 2002. Quantitative assessment of agricultural runoff and soil erosion using mathematical modelling: Applications in the Mediterranean region. Environmental Management 30: 434-453.

(5) Golfinopoulos, S., and G. Arhonditsis 2002. Quantitative assessment of Trihalomethane formation using simulations of reaction kinetics. Water Research 36: 2856-2868.

(4) Arhonditsis, G., G. Tsirtsis, and M. Karydis 2002. The effects of episodic rainfall events to the dynamics of coastal marine ecosystems: Applications to a semi-enclosed gulf in the Mediterranean Sea. Journal of Marine Systems 35: 183-205.

(3) Golfinopoulos, S., and G. Arhonditsis 2002. Multiple Regression Models: A methodology for evaluating Trihalomethane concentrations in drinking water from raw water characteristics. Chemosphere 47: 1007-1018.

2000
(2) Arhonditsis, G., C. Giourga, and A. Loumou 2000. Ecological patterns and comparative nutrient dynamics of natural and agricultural Mediterranean-type ecosystems. Environmental Management 26: 527-537.

(1) Arhonditsis, G., G. Tsirtsis, Μ. Angelidis, and M. Karydis 2000. Quantification of the effects of non-point nutrient sources to coastal marine eutrophication: Applications to a semi-enclosed gulf in the Mediterranean Sea. Ecological Modelling 129: 209-227.




IN REVIEW

(92) Gandhi N., Bhavsar S.P., Tang R.W.K., Arhonditsis G.B. Projecting impact of increasing fish mercury levels in the Province of Ontario, Canada

(91) Gudimov A., McCulloch J., Arhonditsis G.B., Chen J., Dittrich M. The effects of sediment diagenesis on hypolimnetic dissolved oxygen dynamics in mesotrophic Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada

(90) Arhonditsis G.B., Gandhi, N., Ramin M., Wellen C., Kim D.K., Hossain M., Zhang W., Gudimov A., Diamond M., Labencki T., Koops M., and D. Boyd. Why models must talk to each other? Lessons learned from the Hamilton Harbour.

(89) Arhonditsis G.B., C. Wellen, and G.Perhar. Numerical models in the earth-sciences: What has been accomplished twenty years after the Oreskes et al. critique?

(88) Blukacz-Richards A.E., Mahmood M., Chip-Weseloh D.V., DeSolla S.R., Moore D.J., and G.B Arhonditsis. Mercury levels in Herring Gulls: An examination of temporal trends for 35 years across the Great Lakes.

(87) Zhang W., Kim D.K., Watson S., G.B. Arhonditsis. Modelling the causal linkages among dissolved oxygen (DO), chlorophyll a, harmful algal blooms (HABs) and nutrient loading in Lake Erie.

(86) Labencki T., Boyd D., Wellen C., and G.B. Arhonditsis. Characterization of water quality dynamics in the urban and agricultural watersheds of Hamilton Harbour following an intensive two year event-based monitoring program in Hamilton and Burlington, Ontario, Canada.

(85) Wellen C., G.B. Arhonditsis, T. Labencki, and D. Boyd. Accommodating extreme events and multiple watershed representations in distributed water quality models with Bayesian averaging.

(84) Wellen C., G.B. Arhonditsis, T. Labencki, and D. Boyd. Accommodating environmental thresholds and extreme events in hydrological models: A Bayesian approach.

(83) Mahmood M., Richards A.P., Baumann P.C., McMaster M., Hossain M., G.B. Arhonditsis. A Bayesian methodological framework for setting tumour occurrence delisting criteria: A case study in St. Marys River Area Of Concern.

(82) Hiriart-Baer V., Boyd D., Labencki T., Arhonditsis G.B., Charlton, J. Milne. A comprehensive water quality monitoring program in an Area of Concern: A tool for influencing policy decisions.

(81) Gandhi, N., Bhavsar, S.P., Tang, R.W.K., Drouillard K., Arhonditsis, G.B. True significance of toxaphene in Great Lakes fish consumption advisories.

(80) Gandhi, N., Tang, R.W.K., Bhavsar, S.P., Arhonditsis, G.B. Fish mercury levels are increasing: a report from 35+ years of monitoring in Province of Ontario, Canada.

(79) Perhar, G., and G.B. Arhonditsis. Aquatic ecosystem dynamics following petroleum hydrocarbon perturbations: A review of the current state-of-knowledge.

(78) Shimoda, Y., and G.B. Arhonditsis. Should we trust the phosphorus loading models? A Bayesian hierarchical reassessment.

(77) Zhang W., D.K. Kim, T. Labencki, V. Hiriart-Baer, D. Boyd, G.B. Arhonditsis. Towards the development of integrated modelling frameworks in aquatic biogeochemistry: A Bayesian approach.

(76) Sawyer, J.M., N. Gandhi, M.T. Arts, G.B. Arhonditsis, and M. Diamond. Modeling Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Freshwater Fish.