Paul Weidman, PhD Candidate
Limnology - Aquatic Ecology
Dept. Biological Sciences
Freshwater ecology, climate change, multiple stressors effects on aquatic ecosystems, benthic and pelagic food web interactions, ecological stoichiometry, structural equation modeling of food web dynamics
Weidman, RP, Schindler, DW, Thompson, PL, and Vinebrooke, RD. Warming and dissolved organic matter promote herbivores and mixotrophs over omnivores and autotrophs in alpine lake food webs. Submitted to Limnology and Oceanography.
Weidman RP, Schindler DW, Vinebrooke RD. 2011. Pelagic food web interactions among benthic invertebrates and trout in mountain lakes. Freshwater Biology. 56: 1081-1094
Hobbs WO, Lalonde SV, Vinebrooke RD, Konhauser, KO, Weidman, RP, Graham, MD, Wolfe, AP. 2010. Algal-silica cycling and pigment diagenesis in recent alpine lake sediments: mechanisms and paleoecological implications. Journal of Paleolimnology. 44: 613-628.
Bunting L, Leavitt PR, Weidman RP, and Vinebrooke, RD. 2010. Regulation of the nitrogen biogeochemistry of mountain lakes by subsidies of terrestrial dissolved organic matter and the implications for climate studies. Limnology and Oceanography. 55: 333-345.
Weidman RP, Turner MA, and Goldsborough LG. 2005. Limitations on the effects of ultraviolet radiation on benthic algae in a clear boreal forest lake. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 24: 820-831.
Weidman, RP and Howell, T. 2004. Near shore water quality of southeastern
Donahue, W., Turner, MA. Hesslein, RH, Weidman, RP, and Curtis, J. 2001. The potential for climate change to modify the rate of recovery of boreal lakes from acidification via DOC-mediated increases in pH. The Climate Change Action Fund, Government of
Weidman, RP, Cruikshank, DR, and Ranson, CR. 1998. Trace metal data in water from lakes and streams of the Experimental Lakes Area, northwestern
Weidman, RP. 2003. In situ particle clearance rates of quagga mussels in eastern
Weidman, RP. 2000. Distribution of ultraviolet light effects on epilithon within the littoral zone of an oligotrophic boreal forest lake. Department of Botany,