Jeffery R. Stone
Jeffery R. Stone
Associate Professor, Indiana State University
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Ecological consequences of early Late Pleistocene megadroughts in tropical Africa
AS Cohen, JR Stone, KRM Beuning, LE Park, PN Reinthal, D Dettman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (42), 16422-16427, 2007
2882007
Diatomsasindicatorsof water-levelchangein freshwaterlakes
JA Wolin, JR STONE
The diatoms: applications for the environmental and earth sciences, 174, 2010
2022010
Diatoms as indicators of water level change in freshwater lakes
JA Wolin, HC Duthie
The diatoms: Applications for the environmental and earth sciences, 183-202, 1999
202*1999
Clinical evaluation of glimepiride versus glyburide in NIDDM in a double-blind comparative study
DG Dills, J Schneider, SL Aronoff, MA Azorr, D Brunner, WT Cefalu, ...
Hormone and metabolic research 28 (9), 426-429, 1996
1591996
Holocene lake-level trends in the Rocky Mountains, USA
B Shuman, AK Henderson, SM Colman, JR Stone, SC Fritz, LR Stevens, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 28 (19-20), 1861-1879, 2009
1262009
Climate‐induced changes in lake ecosystem structure inferred from coupled neo‐and paleoecological approaches
JE Saros, JR Stone, GT Pederson, KEH Slemmons, T Spanbauer, ...
Ecology 93 (10), 2155-2164, 2012
1212012
Melting alpine glaciers enrich high-elevation lakes with reactive nitrogen
JE Saros, KC Rose, DW Clow, VC Stephens, AB Nurse, HA Arnett, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (13), 4891-4896, 2010
1092010
Three‐dimensional modeling of lacustrine diatom habitat areas: Improving paleolimnological interpretation of planktic: benthic ratios
J Robert Stone, SC Fritz
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (5), 1540-1548, 2004
1002004
Late Pleistocene paleohydrography and diatom paleoecology of the central basin of Lake Malawi, Africa
JR Stone, KS Westover, AS Cohen
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 303 (1-4), 51-70, 2011
702011
Multidecadal drought and Holocene climate instability in the Rocky Mountains
JR Stone, SC Fritz
Geology 34 (5), 409-412, 2006
682006
Multidecadal drought and Holocene climate instability in the Rocky Mountains
JR Stone, SC Fritz
Geology 34 (5), 409-412, 2006
682006
Holocene seasonal variability inferred from multiple proxy records from Crevice Lake, Yellowstone National Park, USA
C Whitlock, WE Dean, SC Fritz, LR Stevens, JR Stone, MJ Power, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 331, 90-103, 2012
592012
A 2200-yr record of hydrologic variability from Foy Lake, Montana, USA, inferred from diatom and geochemical data
LR Stevens, JR Stone, J Campbell, SC Fritz
Quaternary Research 65 (2), 264-274, 2006
592006
Prolonged instability prior to a regime shift
TL Spanbauer, CR Allen, DG Angeler, T Eason, SC Fritz, AS Garmestani, ...
PLoS One 9 (10), e108936, 2014
542014
Molluscan faunal distribution in Florida Bay, past and present: an integration of down-core and modern data
GL Brewster-Wingard, JR Stone, CW Holmes
Bulletins of American Paleontology, 199-232, 2001
432001
The Hominin Sites and Paleolakes Drilling Project: High-resolution paleoclimate records from the East African Rift System and their implications for understanding the …
C Campisano, AS Cohen, JR Arrowsmith, A Asrat, AK Behrensmeyer, ...
PaleoAnthropology, 1-43, 2017
412017
Body size distributions signal a regime shift in a lake ecosystem
TL Spanbauer, CR Allen, DG Angeler, T Eason, SC Fritz, AS Garmestani, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1833), 20160249, 2016
392016
Implications of climate change for Daphnia in alpine lakes: predictions from long-term dynamics, spatial distribution, and a short-term experiment
JM Fischer, MH Olson, CE Williamson, JC Everhart, PJ Hogan, JA Mack, ...
Hydrobiologia 676 (1), 263-277, 2011
362011
A diatom record of late Holocene climate variation in the northern range of Yellowstone National Park, USA
BB Bracht, JR Stone, SC Fritz
Quaternary International 188 (1), 149-155, 2008
332008
Subdecadal phytolith and charcoal records from Lake Malawi, East Africa imply minimal effects on human evolution from the∼ 74 ka Toba supereruption
CL Yost, LJ Jackson, JR Stone, AS Cohen
Journal of Human Evolution 116, 75-94, 2018
302018
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