Downloadable reports/publications can be found at:
(see CV for complete list of reports)
Howard, D.A., J. Smith, D.A. Caron, R. M. Kudela, K. Loftin, K. Hayashi, R. Fadness, S. Fricke, J. Kann, M. Roethler, A.Tatters, and S. Theroux. 2022. Integrative monitoring strategy for marine and freshwater harmful algal blooms and toxins across the freshwater‐to‐marine continuum. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management. http://doi.org/10.1002/ieam.4651
Zhang, Chen, M.T. Brett, J.M. Nielsen, G.B. Arhonditsis, A.P. Ballantyne, J.L. Carter, J. Kann, et al. 2021. Physiological and Nutritional Constraints on Zooplankton Productivity Due to Eutrophication and Climate Change Predicted Using a Resource-Based Modeling Approach. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. doi:10.1139/cjfas-2021-0071.
Kann, J., and J. D. Walker. 2020. Detecting the effect of water level fluctuations on water quality impacting endangered fish in a shallow, hypereutrophic lake using long-term monitoring data. Hydrobiologia 847:1851–187.
Gillett, N.D., Y. Pan, J.E. Asarian, and J. Kann. 2016. Spatial and temporal variability of river periphyton below a hypereutrophic lake and a series of dams. Science of the Total Environment 541: 1382–1392.
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.