Ilia Ostrovsky
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Ecological impacts of excessive water level fluctuations in stratified freshwater lakes
T Zohary, I Ostrovsky
Inland waters 1 (1), 47-59, 2011
Extreme methane emissions from a Swiss hydropower reservoir: contribution from bubbling sediments
T DelSontro, DF McGinnis, S Sobek, I Ostrovsky, B Wehrli
Environmental science & technology 44 (7), 2419-2425, 2010
Quantifying gas ebullition with echosounder: The role of methane transport by bubbles in a medium‐sized lake
I Ostrovsky, DF McGinnis, L Lapidus, W Eckert
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 6 (2), 105-118, 2008
Effects of climate change on methane emissions from seafloor sediments in the Arctic Ocean: A review
RH James, P Bousquet, I Bussmann, M Haeckel, R Kipfer, I Leifer, ...
Limnology and Oceanography, 2016
Seiche‐induced mixing: Its impact on lake productivity
I Ostrovsky, YZ Yacobi, P Walline, I Kalikhman
Limnology and Oceanography 41 (2), 323-332, 1996
Automatic high frequency monitoring for improved lake and reservoir management
R Marcé, G George, P Buscarinu, M Deidda, J Dunalska, E de Eyto, ...
Environmental Science & Technology, 2016
Methane bubbles in Lake Kinneret: Quantification and temporal and spatial heterogeneity
I Ostrovsky
Limnology and oceanography 48 (3), 1030-1036, 2003
Size does matter: Importance of large bubbles and small-scale hot spots for methane transport
T DelSontro, DF McGinnis, B Wehrli, I Ostrovsky
Environmental science & technology 49 (3), 1268-1276, 2015
The parabolic pattern of animal growth: determination of equation parameters and their temperature dependencies
I Ostrovsky
Freshwater biology 33 (3), 357-371, 1995
Hydrate occurrence in Europe: A review of available evidence
TA Minshull, H Marín-Moreno, P Betlem, J Bialas, S Bünz, E Burwicz, ...
Marine and Petroleum Geology 111, 735-764, 2020
Organic matter and pigments in surface sediments: possible mechanisms of their horizontal distributions in a stratified lake
I Ostrovsky, YZ Yacobi
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56 (6), 1001-1010, 1999
The physical regime and the respective biogeochemical processes in the lower water mass of Lake Kinneret
A Nishri, J Imberger, W Eckert, I Ostrovsky, Y Geifman
Limnology and Oceanography 45 (4), 972-981, 2000
Long-term changes in the Lake Kinneret ecosystem: the effects of climate change and anthropogenic factors
I Ostrovsky, A Rimmer, YZ Yacobi, A Nishri, A Sukenik, O Hadas, T Zohary
Climatic change and global warming of inland waters: impacts and mitigation …, 2013
Ecological relationships, thresholds and time-lags determining phytoplankton community dynamics of Lake Kinneret, Israel elucidated by evolutionary computation and wavelets
F Recknagel, I Ostrovsky, H Cao, T Zohary, X Zhang
Ecological Modelling 255, 70-86, 2013
Climatic change and global warming of inland waters
CR Goldman, M Kumagai, RD Robarts
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, doi 10, 9781118470596, 2013
Lake Kinneret: ecology and management
T Zohary, A Sukenik, T Berman, A Nishri
Springer, 2014
Hydroacoustic analysis of spatial and temporal variability of bottom sediment characteristics in Lake Kinneret in relation to water level fluctuation
I Ostrovsky, J Tęgowski
Geo-Marine Letters 30, 261-269, 2010
Methane bubble growth in fine-grained muddy aquatic sediment: insight from modeling
R Katsman, I Ostrovsky, Y Makovsky
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 377, 336-346, 2013
The burial efficiency of organic carbon in the sediments of Lake Kinneret
S Sobek, R Zurbrügg, I Ostrovsky
Aquatic Sciences 73, 355-364, 2011
Catchment land use and trophic state impacts on phytoplankton composition: a case study from the Rotorua lakes’ district, New Zealand
WJ Paul, DP Hamilton, I Ostrovsky, SD Miller, A Zhang, K Muraoka
Phytoplankton responses to human impacts at different scales, 133-146, 2012
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