Berges, J. A., Y. Jiang, R. W. Sterner, G. S. Bullerjahn, N. A. Ivanikova, and R. M. L. Mckay. 2014. Identification of factors constraining nitrate assimilation in Lake Superior, Laurentian Great Lakes. Hydrobiologia 731: 81-94.
Janke, B. D., J. C. Finlay, S. E. Hobbie, L. A. Baker, R. W. Sterner, D. Nidzgorski, and B. N. Wilson. 2014. Contrasting influences of stormflow and baseflow pathways on nitrogen and phosphorus export from an urban watershed. Biogeochemistry 121:209-228.
Hood, J. M., C. McNeely, J. C. Finlay, and R. W. Sterner. 2014. Selective feeding determines patterns of nutrient release by stream invertebrates. Freshwater Science 33: 1093-1107.
Hood, J. M., and R. W. Sterner. 2014. Carbon and phosphorus linkages in Daphnia growth are determined by growth rate, not species or diet. Functional Ecology 28:1156-1165.
Small, G. E., R. W. Sterner, and J. C. Finlay. 2014. An ecological network analysis of nitrogen cycling in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Ecological Modelling 293:150-160.
Sterner, R. W., J. M. Hood, M. R. Kearney, J. Urabe, and D. Raubenheimer. 2015. Couples that have chemistry: When ecological theories meet. Oikos 124: 917-919.
Phillips, J. C., G. A. McKinley, V. Bennington, H. A. Bootsma, D. J. Pilcher, R. W. Sterner, and N. R. Urban. 2015. The potential for CO2-induced acidification in freshwater: A Great Lakes case study. Oceanography 28(2): 136-145.
Sterner, R. W. 2015. Ocean stoichiometry, global carbon, and climate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112:8162-8163.