Nathan S Hall
Nathan S Hall
Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Institute of Marine Sciences
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Controlling harmful cyanobacterial blooms in a world experiencing anthropogenic and climatic-induced change
HW Paerl, NS Hall, ES Calandrino
Science of the total environment 409 (10), 1739-1745, 2011
Determining critical nutrient thresholds needed to control harmful cyanobacterial blooms in eutrophic Lake Taihu, China
H Xu, HW Paerl, B Qin, G Zhu, NS Hall, Y Wu
Environmental science & technology 49 (2), 1051-1059, 2015
Evolving paradigms and challenges in estuarine and coastal eutrophication dynamics in a culturally and climatically stressed world
HW Paerl, NS Hall, BL Peierls, KL Rossignol
Estuaries and coasts 37 (2), 243-258, 2014
Exchange reactions between phosphates and soils: Hydroxylic surfaces of soil minerals.
CD McAuliffe, NS Hall, LA Dean
Impacts of inorganic nutrient enrichment on phytoplankton community structure and function in Pamlico Sound, NC, USA
MF Piehler, LJ Twomey, NS Hall, HW Paerl
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 61 (2), 197-209, 2004
Mitigating eutrophication and toxic cyanobacterial blooms in large lakes: The evolution of a dual nutrient (N and P) reduction paradigm
HW Paerl, KE Havens, H Xu, G Zhu, MJ McCarthy, SE Newell, JT Scott, ...
Hydrobiologia 847, 4359-4375, 2020
Nutrient limitation dynamics examined on a multi-annual scale in Lake Taihu, China: implications for controlling eutrophication and harmful algal blooms
HW Paerl, H Xu, NS Hall, KL Rossignol, AR Joyner, G Zhu, B Qin
Journal of Freshwater Ecology 30 (1), 5-24, 2015
Long-term nutrient trends and harmful cyanobacterial bloom potential in hypertrophic Lake Taihu, China
H Xu, HW Paerl, G Zhu, B Qin, NS Hall, M Zhu
Hydrobiologia 787, 229-242, 2017
Controlling Cyanobacterial Blooms in Hypertrophic Lake Taihu, China: Will Nitrogen Reductions Cause Replacement of Non-N2 Fixing by N2 Fixing Taxa?
HW Paerl, H Xu, NS Hall, G Zhu, B Qin, Y Wu, KL Rossignol, L Dong, ...
PloS one 9 (11), e113123, 2014
Two decades of tropical cyclone impacts on North Carolina’s estuarine carbon, nutrient and phytoplankton dynamics: implications for biogeochemical cycling and water quality in …
HW Paerl, JR Crosswell, B Van Dam, NS Hall, KL Rossignol, CL Osburn, ...
Biogeochemistry 141, 307-332, 2018
Non-monotonic responses of phytoplankton biomass accumulation to hydrologic variability: a comparison of two coastal plain North Carolina estuaries
BL Peierls, NS Hall, HW Paerl
Estuaries and coasts 35, 1376-1392, 2012
The persistence of cyanobacterial (Microcystis spp.) blooms throughout winter in Lake Taihu, China
J Ma, B Qin, HW Paerl, JD Brookes, NS Hall, K Shi, Y Zhou, J Guo, Z Li, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 61 (2), 711-722, 2016
Recent increase in catastrophic tropical cyclone flooding in coastal North Carolina, USA: Long-term observations suggest a regime shift
HW Paerl, NS Hall, AG Hounshell, RA Luettich Jr, KL Rossignol, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 10620, 2019
A tracer technique to measure growth and activity of plant root systems.
NS Hall
Variability in nitrogen and phosphorus limitation for Baltic Sea phytoplankton during nitrogen-fixing cyanobacterial blooms
PH Moisander, TF Steppe, NS Hall, J Kuparinen, HW Paerl
Marine Ecology Progress Series 262, 81-95, 2003
Hydrologic variability and its control of phytoplankton community structure and function in two shallow, coastal, lagoonal ecosystems: the Neuse and New River Estuaries, North …
HW Paerl, NS Hall, BL Peierls, KL Rossignol, AR Joyner
Estuaries and Coasts 37, 31-45, 2014
Effects of climatic variability on phytoplankton community structure and bloom development in the eutrophic, microtidal, New River Estuary, North Carolina, USA
NS Hall, HW Paerl, BL Peierls, AC Whipple, KL Rossignol
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 117, 70-82, 2013
Mitigating a global expansion of toxic cyanobacterial blooms: confounding effects and challenges posed by climate change
HW Paerl, KE Havens, NS Hall, TG Otten, M Zhu, H Xu, G Zhu, B Qin
Marine and Freshwater Research 71 (5), 579-592, 2019
Environmental Factors Contributing to the Development and Demise of a Toxic Dinoflagellate (Karlodinium veneficum) Bloom in a Shallow, Eutrophic, Lagoonal …
NS Hall, RW Litaker, E Fensin, JE Adolf, HA Bowers, AR Place, HW Paerl
Estuaries and Coasts 31, 402-418, 2008
Contributions of external nutrient loading and internal cycling to cyanobacterial bloom dynamics in Lake Taihu, China: Implications for nutrient management
H Xu, MJ McCarthy, HW Paerl, JD Brookes, G Zhu, NS Hall, B Qin, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 66 (4), 1492-1509, 2021
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