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Ciotti, D.  S. M. Griffith, J. Kann, and J. Baham.  2010. Nutrient and Sediment Transport on Flood-Irrigated Pasture in the Klamath Basin, Oregon.  Rangeland Ecology & Management 63: 308-316.
 
Eilers , J.M.,  D. Loomis, A. St. Amand, A. Vogel, L. Jackson, J. Kann, B. Eilers, H. Truemper, J. Cornett, & R. Sweets.  2007.  Biological effects of repeated fish introductions in a formerly fishless lake: Diamond Lake, Oregon, USA.  Fundamental and Applied Limnology. 169:265-277
 
Jacoby, J.M., and J. Kann.  2007. The occurrence and response to toxic cyanobacteria in the Pacific Northwest, North America.  Lake Reserv. Manage.  23:123-143
 
Jones, M., J. Eilers, and J. Kann.  2007. Water quality effects of blue-green algal blooms in Diamond Lake, Oregon.  Pages 102-110 in  M. Furniss, C. Clifton, and K. Ronnenberg, eds:  Advancing the Fundamental Sciences: Proceedings of the Forest Service National Earth Sciences Conference, San Diego, CA.  PNW-GTR_689, Portland, OR.  http://www.fs.fed.us/pnw/publications/gtr689/volume1.pdf
 
Kann, J. and E. B. Welch.  2005. Wind control on water quality in shallow, hypereutrophic Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon.    Lake Reserv. Manage.  21(2):149-158
 
Eilers J. , J. Kann, J. Cornett, K. Moser, A. St. Amand.  2004.  Paleolimnological evidence of change in a shallow, hypereutrophic lake: Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon.  Hydrobiologia 520: 7-18.
 
Terwilliger, M.R.,  D.F. Markle , and J. Kann,.  2003.  Associations between water quality an daily growth of juvenile shortnose and Lost River suckers in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon.  Trans. Am. Fish.Soc. 132:691-708
 
Kann, J., and V. H. Smith.  1999.  Chlorophyll as a predictor of elevated pH in a hypereutrophic lake: estimating the probability of exceeding critical values for fish success using parametric and nonparametric models.  Can. J.  Fish Aquat. Sci  56: 2262-2270
Barbiero, R. P., and J. Kann.  1994.  The importance of benthic recruitment to the population of Aphanizomenon flos-aquae and internal loading in a shallow lake.  J. Plankton Res. 16(11): 1581-1588.  
 
Kann, J. and C. M. Falter. 1989.  Periphyton as indicators of enrichment in Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho.  Lake Reserv. Manage. 5(2): 39-48.
 
Kann, J. and C. M. Falter.  1987.  Development of toxic blue-green algal blooms in Black Lake, Kootenai County, Idaho. Lake Reserv. Manage.  3:99-108.
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2009 Microcystin bioaccumulation in freshwater mussels in the Klamath River  836k v. 1 Jul 23, 2010, 12:09 PM Jacob Kann
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  9762k v. 1 Feb 13, 2012, 1:32 PM Jacob Kann
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2005-2009 Microcystin and Microcystis trends in the Klamath River  784k v. 1 Jul 23, 2010, 12:12 PM Jacob Kann
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Microcystin Bioaccumulation in Klamath River Fish and Freshwater Mussel Tissues, 2007.  1620k v. 1 Jun 19, 2009, 8:39 AM Jacob Kann
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Toxigenic Microcystis aeruginosa bloom dynamics and cell density/chlorophyll a relationships with microcystin toxin in the Klamath River, 2005-2008.  1524k v. 1 Jun 4, 2009, 11:11 AM Jacob Kann
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J. Kann, J.E. Asarian, A. St. Amand. 2014. Initial Analysis of 1990-2013 Phytoplankton and Zooplankton Data for Upper Klamath Lake (Phase I). Prepared by Aquatic Ecosystem ciencesLLC. for the Klamath Tribes Natural Resources Department. 100p. + appendices.  19071k v. 1 Aug 9, 2016, 11:44 AM Jacob Kann
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