Peer-reviewed journal articles

Moser., K.A., Baron, J.S., Brahney, J, Oleksy, I.A., Saros, J.E., Hundey, E.J., Sadro, S.A., Kopáček, J., Sommaruga, R., Kainz, M.J., Strecker, A.L., Chandra, S., Walters, D.M., Preston, D.L., Michelutti, N., Lepori F., Spaulding, S.A., Christianson, K.R., Melack, J.M., Smol, J.P. (2019) Mountain lakes: Eyes on global environmental change, Global and Planetary Change. 178, 77-95. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2019.04.001

Hundey, E.J., Olker, J.H., Carreira, C., Daigle, R.M., Elgin, A.K., Finiguerra, M., Gownaris, N.J., Hayes, N., Heffner, L., Razavi, N.R., Shirey, P.D., Tolar, B.B., and Wood- Charlson, E.M. (2016).  A shifting tide: Gaps and strategies for science communication training, Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin. DOI:10.1002/lob.10151/full

Hundey, E.J., Russell, S.D., Longstaffe, F.J., and Moser, K.A. (2016). Agriculture causes nitrate fertilization of remote alpine lakes, Nature Communications, DOI:10.1038/ncomms10571.

Hundey, E.J., Moser, K.A., Longstaffe, F.J., Michelutti, N., and Hladyniuk, R. (2014) Recent changes in production in oligotrophic Uinta Mountain Lakes, Utah, U.S.A. identified using paleolimnology, Limnology and Oceanography, 1987-2001.

Hundey, E.J. (2012). Social media as an Educational Tool in University Level Geography, Teaching Innovation Projects: Vol. 2:
Iss. 1, Article 5.

Hundey, E.J., and P.E. Ashmore (2009). Length scale of braided river morphology, Water Resources Research, 45, W08409, doi:10.1029/2008WR007521.

Research Reports

Hundey, B., Anstey, L.M., Cruickshank, H., & Watson, G.P.L. (2017). Supporting Instructors to Improve Teaching Effectiveness: Recommendations for Fellowship and Mentorship Programs. London: Western University.

Ongoing writing and research:

Shirey, P.D., Hundey, E.J., Heerhartz, S., Olker, J., Smyth, A.R., Razavi, R. [in prep.] Applying historical ecology and paleolimnology to conserve, restore, and manage aquatic ecosystems from headwaters to estuaries.

Hundey, E.J., and Moser, K.A. [in prep.] Diatom response to increased nutrient inputs, Uinta Mountains, Utah.

Guest blog (edited, not peer-reviewed)

Hundey, E.J., Moser, K.A, Longstaffe, F.J., and Russell, S.D. (2016 September 21). Nitrogen pollution from lowlands reaches distant mountain lakes [Web log post]. The Science Breaker.