Michelle L. McCrackin
Michelle L. McCrackin
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Restoration and repair of Earth's damaged ecosystems
HP Jones, PC Jones, EB Barbier, RC Blackburn, JM Rey Benayas, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1873), 20172577, 2018
Anthropogenic ecosystem disturbance and the recovery debt
D Moreno-Mateos, EB Barbier, PC Jones, HP Jones, J Aronson, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 14163, 2017
Cost of reactive nitrogen release from human activities to the environment in the United States
D Sobota, J Compton, S McCrackin, Michelle, Singh
Environmental Research Letters 10, 2015
Recovery of lakes and coastal marine ecosystems from eutrophication: A global meta‐analysis
ML McCrackin, HP Jones, PC Jones, D Moreno‐Mateos
Limnology and Oceanography,, 2016
Reducing agricultural nutrient surpluses in a large catchment–Links to livestock density
A Svanbäck, ML McCrackin, DP Swaney, H Linefur, BG Gustafsson, ...
Science of the total environment 648, 1549-1559, 2019
Losses of ammonia and nitrate from agriculture and their effect on nitrogen recovery in the European Union and the United States between 1900 and 2050
HJM van Grinsven, L Bouwman, KG Cassman, HM van Es, ML McCrackin, ...
Journal of environmental quality 44 (2), 356-367, 2015
Atmospheric nitrogen deposition is associated with elevated phosphorus limitation of lake zooplankton
JJ Elser, AL Peace, M Kyle, M Wojewodzic, ML McCrackin, T Andersen, ...
Ecology Letters 13 (10), 1256-1261, 2010
Atmospheric nitrogen deposition influences denitrification and nitrous oxide production in lakes
ML McCrackin, JJ Elser
Ecology 91 (2), 528-539, 2010
A century of legacy phosphorus dynamics in a large drainage basin
ML McCrackin, B Muller‐Karulis, BG Gustafsson, RW Howarth, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 32 (7), 1107-1122, 2018
Global opportunities to increase agricultural independence through phosphorus recycling
SM Powers, RB Chowdhury, GK MacDonald, GS Metson, AHW Beusen, ...
Earth's Future 7 (4), 370-383, 2019
Advances in NANI and NAPI accounting for the Baltic drainage basin: spatial and temporal trends and relationships to watershed TN and TP fluxes
B Hong, DP Swaney, M McCrackin, A Svanbäck, C Humborg, ...
Biogeochemistry 133, 245-261, 2017
Responses of soil microorganisms to resource availability in urban, desert soils
ML McCrackin, TK Harms, NB Grimm, SJ Hall, JP Kaye
Biogeochemistry 87, 143-155, 2008
Life on the stoichiometric knife-edge: effects of high and low food C:P ratio on growth, feeding, and respiration in three Daphnia species
JJ Elser, M Kyle, J Learned, ML McCrackin, A Peace, L Steger
Inland Waters 6 (2), 136-146, 2016
Global importance, patterns, and controls of dissolved silica retention in lakes and reservoirs
JA Harrison, PJ Frings, AHW Beusen, DJ Conley, ML McCrackin
Global biogeochemical cycles 26 (2), 2012
High emissions of carbon dioxide and methane from the coastal Baltic Sea at the end of a summer heat wave
C Humborg, MC Geibel, X Sun, M McCrackin, CM Mörth, C Stranne, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 493, 2019
Opportunities to reduce nutrient inputs to the Baltic Sea by improving manure use efficiency in agriculture
ML McCrackin, BG Gustafsson, B Hong, RW Howarth, C Humborg, ...
Regional Environmental Change 18, 1843-1854, 2018
Greenhouse gas dynamics in lakes receiving atmospheric nitrogen deposition
ML McCrackin, JJ Elser
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 25 (4), 2011
Human impacts and their interactions in the Baltic Sea region
M Reckermann, A Omstedt, T Soomere, J Aigars, N Akhtar, M Bełdowska, ...
Earth System Dynamics 13 (1), 1-80, 2022
Impacts of changing society and climate on nutrient loading to the Baltic Sea
S Pihlainen, M Zandersen, K Hyytiäinen, HE Andersen, A Bartosova, ...
Science of the Total Environment 731, 138935, 2020
Factors influencing export of dissolved inorganic nitrogen by major rivers: A new, seasonal, spatially explicit, global model
ML McCrackin, JA Harrison, JE Compton
Global biogeochemical cycles 28 (3), 269-285, 2014
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