David Schindler

amerikansk-kanadensisk limnolog

David William Schindler, född 3 augusti 1940 i Fargo, North Dakota, död 4 mars 2021 i Brisco, British Columbia,[4] var en amerikansk-kanadensisk limnolog och professor i ekologi vid University of Alberta i Edmonton, Kanada.

David Schindler
Född3 augusti 1940
Fargo, North Dakota, USA
Död4 mars 2021[1] (80 år)
Brisco, British Columbia, Kanada
MedborgarskapKanada
Utbildad vidNorth Dakota State University
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SysselsättningLimnolog, ekolog
ArbetsgivareUniversity of Alberta
BarnDaniel E. Schindler
Utmärkelser
Frank Rigler Award (1984)
G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award (1985)
Naumann Thienemann-medaljen (1989)[2]
Stockholm Water Prize (1991)
Miroslaw Romanowski Medal (1994)
Volvos miljöpris (1998)
Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering (2001)
Ruth Patrick Award (2005)[3]
Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement (2006)
A.C. Redfield Lifetime Achievement Award (2015)
Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada
Officer av Kanadaorden
Fellow of the Royal Society
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  • Kelly, Erin N.; Schindler, David W.; Hodson, Peter V.; Short, Jeffrey W.; Radmanovich, Roseanna; Nielsen, Charlene C. 2010-08-24. "Oil sands development contributes elements toxic at low concentrations to the Athabasca River and its tributaries.". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
  • Schindler, David W. Donahue, W. F. 2006-05-09. "An impending water crisis in Canada's western prairie provinces." 103:19:7210–7216. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA).
  • Tilman, D.J. Farglione, B. Wolff, C. D'Antonio, A. Dobson, R. Howarth, D. Schindler, W. Schlesinger, D. Simberloff, and D. Swackhamer. 2001. "Forecasting agriculturally-driven global environmental change." Science 292: 281-284.
  • Schindler, D.W. 2001. The cumulative effects of climate warming and other human stresses on Canadian freshwaters in the new millennium. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58: 18-29.
  • Schindler, D.W. 2000. "Aquatic problems caused by human activities in Banff National Park." Ambio 29: 401-407.
  • Wilhelm, F.M. and Schindler, David W. 2000. "Reproductive strategies of Gammarus lacustris (Crustacea: Amphipoda) along an elevation gradient." Functional Ecology. 14: 413-422.
  • Hudson, J.J., W.D. Taylor and David W.Schindler. 2000. "Phosphate concentration in lakes." Nature 406: 54-56.
  • Wilhelm, F.M., B.R. Parker, D.W. Schindler and D.B. Donald. 2000. Seasonal food habits of bull trout from a small alpine lake in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 128: 1176-1192.
  • Campbell, L.M., D.W. Schindler, D.B. Donald and D.C.G. Muir. 2000. Organochlorine transfer in the food web of subalpine Bow Lake, Banff National Park. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 57: 1-12.
  • Hudson, J.J., W.D. Taylor, and David W. Schindler. 1999. Planktonic nutrient regeneration and cycling efficiency along a trophic gradient of temperate lakes. Nature 400: 659-661.
  • Schindler, David W. 1999. From acid rain to toxic snow (Volvo Environmental Prize Lecture). Ambio 28: 350-355.
  • Donald, D.B., J. Syrgiannia, R.W. Crosley, G. Holdsworth, D.C.G. Muir, B. Rosenberg, A. Sole, and D.W. Schindler. 1999. Delayed deposition of organochlorine pesticides at a temperate glacier. Environ. Sci. Technol. 33: 1794-1798.
  • McNaught, A.S., David W. Schindler, B.R. Parker, A.J. Paul, R.S. Anderson, D.B. Donald and M. Agbeti. 1999 Restoration of the food web of an alpine lake following fish stocking. Limnol. Oceanogr. 44: 127-136.
  • Wilhelm, F.M. and D.W. Schindler. 1999. Effects of Gammarus lacustris (Crustacea: Amphipoda) on plankton community structure in an alpine lake. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 56: 1401-1408.
  • Blais, J.M., David W. Schindler, D.C.G. Muir, D.B. Donald and B. Rosenberg. 1998. Accumulation of persistent organochlorine compounds in mountains of western Canada. Nature 395: 585-588.
  • Schindler, David W. 1998. Replication versus realism: the need for ecosystem-scale experiments. Ecosystems 1: 323-334.
  • Schindler, David W. 1998. A dim future for boreal waters and landscapes. BioScience 48: 157-164.
  • Schindler, David W. 1997. Widespread effects of climatic warming on freshwater ecosystems. Hydrologic Processes. 11: 1043-1067.
  • Leavitt, P., R.D. Vinebrooke, D.B. Donald, J.P. Smol, and David W. Schindler. 1997. Past ultraviolet radiation environments in lakes derived from fossil pigments. Nature 388: 457-459.
  • Schindler, David W. and P.J. Curtis. 1997. The role of DOC in protecting freshwaters subjected to climatic warming and acidification from UV exposure. Biogeochemistry 36: 1-8.
  • Schindler, David W., P.J. Curtis, S.E. Bayley, B.R. Parker, K.G. Beaty and M.P. Stainton. 1997. Climate-induced changes in the dissolved organic carbon budgets of boreal lakes. Biogeochemistry 36: 9-28.
  • Schindler, David W., S.E. Bayley, B.R. Parker, K.G. Beaty, D.R. Cruikshank, E.J. Fee, E.U. Schindler and M.P. Stainton. 1996. The effects of climatic warming on the properties of boreal lakes and streams at the Experimental Lakes Area, Northwestern Ontario. Limnol. Oceanogr. 41: 1004-1017.
  • Schindler, David W., P.J. Curtis, B. Parker, and M.P. Stainton. 1996. Consequences of climate warming and lake acidification for UV-b penetration in North American boreal lakes. Nature 379: 705-708.
  • Kidd, K.A., David W. Schindler, D.C.G. Muir, W.L. Lockhart, and R.H. Hesslein. 1995. High toxaphene concentrations in fish from a subarctic lake. Science 269: 240-242.
  • Carpenter, S.R., S.W. Chisholm, C.J. Krebs, David W. Schindler, R.F. Wright. 1995. "Ecosystem experiments." Science. 269: 324-327.
  • Schindler, David W., K.A. Kidd, D. Muir, and L. Lockhart. 1995. "The effects of ecosystem characteristics on contaminant distribution in northern freshwater lakes." Sci. Tot. Environ. 160/161: 1-17.
  • Kidd, K.A., David W. Schindler, R.H. Hesslein and D.C.G. Muir. 1995. "Correlation between stable nitrogen isotope ratios and concentrations of organochlorines in biota from a freshwater food web." Sci. Tot. Environ. 160/161: 381-390.
  • Schindler, David W., K.H. Mills, D.F. Malley, D.L. Findlay, J.A. Shearer, I.J. Davies, M.A. Turner, G.A. Linsey and D.R. Cruikshank. 1985. "Long-term ecosystem stress: The effects of years of experimental acidification on a small lake." Science. 28: 1395-1401.
  • Schindler, David W., K.G. Beaty, E.J. Fee, D.R. Cruikshank, E.D. DeBruyn, D.L. Findlay, G.A. Linsey, J.A. Shearer, M.P. Stainton and M.A. Turner. 1990. "Effects of climatic warming on lakes of the central boreal forest." Science. 250: 967-970.
  • Schindler, David W. 1977. "Evolution of phosphorus limitation in lakes: Natural mechanisms compensate for deficiencies of nitrogen and carbon in eutrophied lakes." Science. 195: 260-262.
  • Schindler, David W. 1974. "Eutrophication and recovery in experimental lakes: Implications for lake management." Science. 184: 897-899.

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  1. ^ läs online, www.canadiangeographic.ca, läst: 5 mars 2021.[källa från Wikidata]
  2. ^ läs online, limnology.org.[källa från Wikidata]
  3. ^ läs online, www.aslo.org.[källa från Wikidata]
  4. ^ 'Canada's leading ecologist': David Schindler dead at 80 (engelska)
  5. ^ ”AB. Members, Profile David W. Schindler, Alberta Order of Excellence”. Arkiverad från originalet den 6 oktober 2009. https://web.archive.org/web/20091006040843/http://www.lieutenantgovernor.ab.ca/aoe/2008_schindler.cfm. Läst 12 oktober 2011. 
  6. ^ Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI). Profile David W. Schindler Arkiverad 28 september 2011 hämtat från the Wayback Machine..