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Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Cao, Q., Steinman, A.D., Yao, L., and L. Xie. Effects of light, microorganisms, farming chemicals and water content on the degradation of microcystin-LR in agricultural soils.  Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 156: 141-147.
     
  2. Steinman, A.D., Hassett, M.C., Oudsema, M., and R. Rediske. In Press. Alum efficacy 11 years following treatment: phosphorus and macroinvertebrates. Lake and Reservoir Management.
     
  3. Liu, B., McClean, C.E., Long, D.T., Steinman, A.D., and R.J. Stevenson. 2018. Lake eutrophication and recovery over a 200-year period of post-native American settlement was determined by a complex set of local and regional factors. Science of the Total Environment 628-629: 1352-1361.
     
  4. Isely, P., Sterrett Isely, E., Hause, C., and A.D. Steinman. In Press. A socioeconomic analysis of habitat restoration in the Muskegon Lake Area of Concern. Journal of Great Lakes Research.
     
  5. Su, X., Steinman, A.D., Xue, Q., Zhao, Y., and L. Xie. 2018. Evaluating the contamination of microcystins in Lake Taihu, China: The application of equivalent total MC-LR concentration. Ecological Indicators 89: 445-454.
     
  6. Salk, K.R., Steinman, A.D., and N.E. Ostrom. In Press. Wetland restoration and hydrological reconnection results in enhanced watershed nitrogen retention and removal. Wetlands.
     
  7. Cao, Q., Steinman, A.D., Yao, L., and Xie, L. In Press. Toxicological and biochemical responses of the earthworm Eisenia fetida to cyanobacterial toxins. Scientific Reports.
     
  8. Cao, Q., Steinman, A.D., Yao, L., and L. Xie. In Press. Effect of microcystins on root growth, oxidative response, and exudation of rice (Oryza sativa). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety.
     
  9. Kraff, D. and A.D. Steinman. In Press. Integrated watershed management in Michigan: challenges and proposed solutions. Journal of Great Lakes Research.
     
  10. Su, X., Xie, L., Steinman, A.D., Xue, Q., Tang, X., and Zhao, Y. 2017. Response of bacterial communities to cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms in Lake Taihu, China. Harmful Algae 68: 168-177.  
     
  11. Cao, Q., Steinman, A.D., Su. X., and Xie, L. 2017. Effects of microcystins contamination on soil enzyme activities and microbial community in two typical lakeside soils. Environmental Pollution 231: 134-142.
     
  12. Cao, Q., Steinman, A.D., Yao, L., and L. Xie. 2017. Increment of root membrane permeability caused by microcystins result in more elements uptake in rice (Oryza sativa). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 145: 431-435.
     
  13. Su, X., Steinman, A.D., Xue, Q., Zhao, Y., Xie, L., and Tang, X. 2017. Temporal patterns of phyto- and bacterioplankton and their relationships with environmental factors in Lake Taihu, China. Chemosphere 184: 299-308.
     
  14. Sterner, R.W, P. Ostrom, N.E. Ostrom, J.V. Klump, A.D. Steinman, E.A. Dreelin, M.J. Vander Zanden, and A. Fisk. In Press. Grand challenges for research in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Limnology & Oceanography.
     
  15. Steinman, A.D., Cardinale, B.J., Munns, W.R., Ogdahl, M.E. et al. 2017. Ecosystem services in the Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 43: 161–168. DOI 10.1016/j.jglr.2017.02.004
     
  16. Gillett, N.D., Oudsema, M. and A.D. Steinman. 2017. Live diatoms as indicators of urban stormwater runoff. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 189: 37. DOI 10.1007/s10661-016-5747-8
     
  17. Clement, D.R. and A.D. Steinman. 2017. Phosphorus loading and ecological impacts from agricultural tile drains in a west Michigan watershed. Journal of Great Lakes Research 43: 50-58. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jglr.2016.10.016.
     
  18. Uzarski, D.G., Brady, V.J., Cooper, M., Wilcox, D.A., Albert, D.A., Axler, R., Bostwick, P., Brown, T., Ciborowski, J., Danz, N., Gathman, J., Gehring, T., Grabas, G., Garwood, A., Howe, R., Johnson, L., Lamberti, G., Moerke, A., Murry, B., Niemi, G., Norment, C.,  Ruetz, C., Steinman, A.D., Tozer, D., Wheeler, R., O'Donnell, K., and J. Schneider. 2017. Standardized measures of coastal wetland condition: Implementation at a Laurentian Great Lakes basin-wide scale. Wetlands 37:15–32. DOI: 10.1007/s13157-016-0835-7
     
  19. Steinman, A.D., Abdimalik, M., Ogdahl, M.E., and Oudsema, M. 2016. Nutrient impact on planktonic vs benthic algae in a eutrophic lake. Lake and Reservoir Management. 32: 402-409.
     
  20. Steinman, A.D. and M.E. Ogdahl. 2016. From wetland to farm and back again: water quality implications of a habitat restoration project. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23: 22596-22605. DOI 10.1007/s11356-016-7485-4.
     
  21. Xue, Q., Su, X., Steinman, A.D., Cai, Y., Zhao, Y. and Xie, L. 2016. Accumulation of microcystins in a dominant Chironomid Larvae (Tanypus chinensis) of a large, shallow and eutrophic Chinese lake, Lake Taihu. Scientific Reports 6, 31097; doi: 10.1038/srep31097.
     
  22. Qin, L., Zeng, Q., Zhang, W., Xuyong, L., Steinman, A.D., and X. Du. 2016. Estimating internal P loading in a deep water reservoir of northern China using three different methods, Environmental Sciences and Pollution Research 23:18512-18523. DOI 10.1007/s11356-016-7035-0
     
  23. Xue, Q., Steinman, A.D., Su, X., Zhao, Y., and L. Xie. 2016. Temporal dynamics of microcystins in Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri, a dominant oligochaete of hypereutrophic Lake Taihu, China. Environmental Pollution 213: 585-593.  
     
  24. Zhao, Y., Xue, Q., Su, X., Xie, L., Yan, Y., Wang, L., Steinman, A.D. 2016. First identification of the toxicity of microcystins on pancreatic islet function in humans and the involved potential biomarkers. Environmental Science & Technology 50: 3137-3144.
     
  25. Brennan, A.K., Hoard, C.J., Duris, J.W., Ogdahl, M.E., and Steinman, A.D. 2016. Water quality and hydrology of Silver Lake, Oceana County, Michigan, with emphasis on lake response to nutrient loading, 2012–14. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2015–5158, 75 p. http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/sir20155158.
     
  26. Nogaro, G, Harris, A., and A.D. Steinman. 2016. Alum application, invertebrate bioturbation and sediment characteristics interact to affect nutrient exchanges in eutrophic ecosystems. Freshwater Science 35: 597-610.
     
  27. Duhamel, S., G. Nogaro, and A.D. Steinman. 2017. Effects of water level fluctuation and sediment–water nutrient exchange on phosphorus biogeochemistry in two Great Lakes coastal wetlands. Aquatic Sciences 79: 57-72. DOI 10.1007/s00027-016-0479-y.
     
  28. Su, X., Xue, Q., Xie, L., Steinman, A.D., and Zhao, Y. 2015. Spatiotemporal dynamics of microcystin variants and relationships with environmental parameters in Lake Taihu, China. Toxins 7: 3224-3244.
     
  29. Steinman, A.D., E.S. Isely, and K. Thompson. 2015. Stormwater runoff to an impaired lake: impacts and solutions. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 187: 1-14.
     
  30. Xie, L., W. Yan, J. Li., L. Yu, J. Wang. G. Li, N. Chen, and A.D. Steinman. 2015. Microcystin-RR exposure results in growth impairment by disrupting thyroid endocrine in zebrafish larvae. Aquatic Toxicology 164: 16-22. doi: 10.1016/j.aquatox.2015.04.014
     
  31. Smit, J.T. and A.D. Steinman. 2015. Wetland sediment phosphorus flux in response to proposed hydrologic reconnection and warming. Wetlands 35: 655-665. doi:10.1007/s13157-015-0655-1.
     
  32. Steinman, A.D. and M.E. Ogdahl. 2015. TMDL reevaluation:  reconciling phosphorus load reductions in a eutrophic lake. Lake and Reservoir Management 31: 115-126.
     
  33. Gillett, N.D., M.R. Luttenton, and A. D. Steinman. 2015. Spatial and temporal dynamics of phytoplankton communities in a Great Lake’s drowned river-mouth lake (Mona Lake, USA). Journal of Limnology 74(3): 453-466.  doi:10.4081/jlimnol.2015.1055
     
  34. Smith, S.D.P.,  P.B. McIntyre, B.S. Halpern, R.M. Cooke, A.L. Marino, G.L. Boyer, A. Buchsbaum, G.A. Burton Jr., L.M. Campbell, W.L. Chadderton, J.J.H. Ciborowski1, P.J. Doran, T. Eder, D.M. Infante, L.B. Johnson, J.G. Read, J.B. Rose, E.S. Rutherford, S.P. Sowa, A.D. Steinman, J.D. Allan.  2015. Rating impacts in a multi-stressor world: a quantitative assessment of 50 stressors affecting the Great Lakes. Ecological Applications 25: 717-728.
     
  35. Zhao, Y., Xue, Q., Su, X., Xie, L., Yan, Y. and A.D. Steinman. 2015. Microcystin-LR induced thyroid dysfunction and metabolic disorders in mice. Toxicology 328: 135-141. doi:10.1016/j.tox.2014.12.007.
     
  36. Ogdahl, M.E. and A.D. Steinman. 2014. Factors influencing macrophyte growth and recovery following shoreline restoration activity. Aquatic Botany 120: 363-370. 
     
  37. Xie, L., H. T. Hanyu, N. Futatsugi, M. Komatsu, A.D. Steinman, H-D Park. 2014. Inhibitory effect of naringin on microcystin uptake in the freshwater snail Sinotaia histrica. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 38: 430-437.
     
  38. Steinman, A.D., M.E. Ogdahl, M. Weinert, and D.G. Uzarski. 2014. Influence of water level fluctuation duration and magnitude on sediment-water nutrient exchange in coastal wetlands. Aquatic Ecology 48:143–159. DOI: 10.1007/s10452-014-9472-5.
     
  39. Sterrett-Isely, E., A.D. Steinman, P. N. Isely, and M.A. Parsell. 2014. Building partnerships to tackle conservation and management of West Michigan's natural resources.  Freshwater Science 33: 679-685.
     
  40. Ogdahl, M.E., A.D. Steinman, and M. Weinert. 2014. Laboratory-determined phosphorus flux from lake sediments as a measure of internal phosphorus loading. Journal of Visual Experiments-Environment: http://www.jove.com/video/51617.
     
  41. Nogaro, G. and A.D. Steinman. 2014. Influence of ecosystem engineers on ecosystem processes is mediated by lake sediment properties. Oikos 123: 500-512.
     
  42. Larsen, J.H., A. Trebitz, A.D. Steinman, M. J. Wiley, M. Carlson-Mazur, V. Pebbles, H. Braun, and P. Seelbach. 2013. Great Lakes rivermouth ecosystems: scientific synthesis and management implications.  Journal of Great Lakes Research 39: 513-524.
     
  43. Allan, J.D., P.B. McIntyre, S.D.P. Smith, B.S. Halpern, G. Boyer, A. Buchsbaum, A. Burton, L. Campbell, L. Chadderton, J. Ciborowski, P. Doran, T. Eder, D.M. Infante, L.B. Johnson, C.G. Joseph, A.L. Marino, A. Prusevich, J. Read, J. Rose, E. Rutherford, S. Sowa, A.D. Steinman. 2013. Joint analysis of stressors and ecosystems services to enhance restoration effectiveness. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (1): 372-377. doi:10.1073/pnas.1213841110.
     
  44. Havens, K.E. and A.D. Steinman. 2013. Predicting the responses of a large shallow lake (Okeechobee, Florida) to climate change and potential future hydrologic regimes.  Environmental Management. 55: 763-775. DOI 10.1007/s00267-013-0189-3.
     
  45. Nelson, W. and A.D. Steinman. 2013. Changing trends in benthic communities in a coastal drowned river mouth lake, a Great Lakes Area of Concern.  Journal of Great Lakes Research 39: 7-18.
     
  46. Cooper, M.J., A.D. Steinman, and D.G. Uzarski.  2013. Influence of geomorphic setting on the metabolism of Lake Huron fringing wetlands. Limnology & Oceanography 58: 452-464.
     
  47. Steinman, A.D., M.E. Ogdahl, K. Thompson, M.J. Cooper, and D.G. Uzarski. 2012. Water level fluctuations and sediment-water nutrient exchange in Great Lakes coastal wetlands. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38: 766-775.
     
  48. Xie, L.,  R. Rediske, Y. Hong.,  J. O’Keefe, N. D. Gillett,  J. Dyble, and A. Steinman. 2012. The role of environmental parameters in the structure of phytoplankton assemblages and cyanobacteria toxins in two hypereutrophic lakes.  Hydrobiologia 691: 255-266.
     
  49. Steinman, A.D. and M.E. Ogdahl. 2012. Macroinvertebrate response and internal phosphorus loading in a Michigan Lake following alum treatment. Journal of Environmental Quality 41: 1540-1548.
     
  50. Steinman, A.D., M.E. Ogdahl, K. Wessell, B. Biddanda, S. Kendall, and S. Nold. 2011. Periphyton response to simulation nonpoint source pollution in the lower Muskegon River watershed. Aquatic Ecology 45: 439-454, doi: 10.1007/s10452-011-9366-8. 
     
  51. Steinman, A.D., and M.E. Ogdahl. 2011. Does converting agricultural fields to wetlands retain or release phosphorus? Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30: 820-830.
     
  52. Johnson, K.A., A.D. Steinman, W.D. Keiper, and C.R. Ruetz III. 2011. Biotic responses to low concentration urban road runoff. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30: 710-727.
     
  53. Gillett, N. and A.D. Steinman. 2011. An analysis of long-term phytoplankton dynamics in Muskegon Lake, a Great Lakes Area of Concern.  Journal of Great Lakes Research 37: 335-342.
     
  54. Xie, L., J. Hagar, R.R. Rediske, J. O’Keefe, J. Dyble, and A.D. Steinman. 2011. The influence of environmental conditions and hydrologic connectivity on cyanobacteria assemblages, including Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii, in two drowned river mouth lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 37: 470-479.
     
  55. Steinman, A.D., J.R. Nicholas, P. Seelbach, J. Allan, and F. Ruswick.  2011. The role of science in developing policy for the use of groundwater in the state of Michigan. Water Policy 13: 69-86. doi:10.2166/wp.2010.047.
     
  56. Steinman, A.D., M.E. Ogdahl, and C.R. Ruetz III. 2011. An environmental assessment of a small, shallow lake threatened by urbanization.  Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 173: 193-209, doi: 10.1007/s10661-010-1381-z.
     
  57. Ogdahl, M., V.L. Lougheed, R.J. Stevenson, and A.D. Steinman.  2010. Influences of multi-scale habitat on metabolism in a coastal Great Lakes watershed.  Ecosystems 11: 222-238.
     
  58. Isely, E.S., P. Isely, S. Seedang, K. Mulder, K. Thompson, and A.D. Steinman.  2010. Educating local policy makes on the values associated with green infrastructure in west Michigan: Integrated Valuation of Ecosystem Services Tool (INVEST). Journal of Great Lakes Research 36: 448-457.
     
  59. Silver, P., A.D. Steinman, and I. Polls. 2010. The role of a discipline-specific scientific journal in scientific discovery. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29: 1-11.
     
  60. Steinman, A.D., P. Silver, S.G. Fisher, and J.L. Meyer. 2010. A Synthesis of the J-NABS 25th Year Anniversary Issue. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29: 372-380.  
     
  61. Chu, X, and A.D. Steinman. 2009. Event and Continuous Hydrologic Modeling with HEC-HMS. ASCE's Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 135: 119-124.
     
  62. Steinman, A.D., X. Chu, and M. Ogdahl. 2009. Spatial and temporal variability of internal and external phosphorus loads in an urbanizing watershed.  Aquatic Ecology 43: 1-18.
     
  63. Cymbola, J., M. Ogdahl, and A.D. Steinman. 2008. Phytoplankton response to light and internal phosphorus loading from sediment. Freshwater Biology 53: 2530-2542.
     
  64. Biddanda, B., Steinman, A.D., Nemeth, L., Rediske, R., Hong, Y., and S. Kendall. 2008.  Nutrient bioassays of plankton biomass and metabolism in an urbanized drowned river-mouth lake (Mona Lake, Michigan) in the Great Lakes basin. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 23:  41-53.
     
  65. Steinman, A.D., M. Ogdahl, R. Rediske, C.R. Ruetz III, B.A. Biddanda, and L. Nemeth.  2008. Current status and trends in Muskegon Lake, Michigan.  Journal of Great Lakes Research 34: 169-188.
     
  66. Steinman, A.D. and M. Ogdahl. 2008. Ecological effects following an alum treatment in Spring Lake, Michigan. Journal of Environmental Quality 37: 22-29.
     
  67. Steinman, A.D., B. Biddanda, X. Chu, K. Thompson, and R. Rediske.  2007. Environmental analysis and conceptual model of groundwater in Mecosta County, Michigan. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 134: 177-189.
     
  68. Swain, H., Bohlen, P.J., Campbell, K.L. Lollis, L.O., and A.D. Steinman.  2007. Integrated ecological and economic analysis of ranch management systems: An example from south central Florida.  Rangeland Ecology and Management 60: 1-11.