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Shen R, Gu X, Chen H, Mao Z, Zeng Q, Jeppesen E.  2020.  Combining bivalve (Corbicula fluminea) and filter-feeding fish (Aristichthys nobilis) enhances the bioremediation effect of algae: An outdoor mesocosm study. 727:138692.
Huang Y, Mei X, Rudstam LG, Taylor WD, Urabe J, Jeppesen E, Liu Z, Zhang X.  2020.  Effects of Crucian Carp (Carassius auratus) on Water Quality in Aquatic Ecosystems: An Experimental Mesocosm Study. 12:1444.
Yu J, Xia M, He H, Jeppesen E, Guan B, Ren Z, Elser JJ, Liu Z.  2020.  The host mussel Sinanodonta woodiana alleviates negative effects of a small omnivorous fish (Acheilognathus macropterus) on water quality: A mesocosm experiment. 39:752–761.
Yang L, He H, Guan B, Yu J, Yao Z, Zhen W, Yin C, Wang Q, Jeppesen E, Liu Z.  2020.  Mesocosm experiment reveals a strong positive effect of snail presence on macrophyte growth, resulting from control of epiphyton and nuisance filamentous algae: Implications for shallow lake management. 705:135958.
Yu J, Xia M, Kong M, He H, Guan B, Liu Z, Jeppesen E.  2020.  A small omnivorous bitterling fish (Acheilognathus macropterus) facilitates dominance of cyanobacteria, rotifers and Limnodrilus in an outdoor mesocosm experiment. 27:23862–23870.
He H, Li Q, Li J, Han Y, Cao Y, Liu W, Yu J, Li K, Liu Z, Jeppesen E.  2020.  Turning up the heat: warming influences plankton biomass and spring phenology in subtropical waters characterized by extensive fish omnivory. 194:251–265.
Hao B, Wu H, Zhen W, Jo H, Cai Y, Jeppesen E, Li W.  2020.  Warming Effects on Periphyton Community and Abundance in Different Seasons Are Influenced by Nutrient State and Plant Type: A Shallow Lake Mesocosm Study. 11
Havens K, Jeppesen E.  2018.  Ecological Responses of Lakes to Climate Change. 10:917.
Scharfenberger U, Jeppesen E, Beklioğlu M, Søndergaard M, Angeler DG, cCakıroğlu Aİdil \, Drakare S, Hejzlar J, Mahdy A, Papastergiadou E et al..  2018.  Effects of trophic status, water level, and temperature on shallow lake metabolism and metabolic balance: A standardized pan-European mesocosm experiment. 64:616–631.
Zingel P, Cremona F, Nõges T, Cao Y, Neif ÉM, Coppens J, Işkın U, Lauridsen TL, Davidson TA, Søndergaard M et al..  2018.  Effects of warming and nutrients on the microbial food web in shallow lake mesocosms. 64:1–12.
He H, Jin H, Jeppesen E, Li K, Liu Z, Zhang Y.  2018.  Fish-mediated plankton responses to increased temperature in subtropical aquatic mesocosm ecosystems: Implications for lake management. 144:304–311.
Ma SNan, Wang HJun, Wang HZhu, Li Y, Liu M, Liang XMin, Yu Q, Jeppesen E, Søndergaard M.  2018.  High ammonium loading can increase alkaline phosphatase activity and promote sediment phosphorus release: A two-month mesocosm experiment. 145:388–397.
Yu Q, Wang H-Z, Xu C, Li Y, Ma S-N, Liang X-M, Jeppesen E, Wang H-J.  2018.  Higher Tolerance of Canopy-Forming Potamogeton crispus Than Rosette-Forming Vallisneria natans to High Nitrogen Concentration as Evidenced From Experiments in 10 Ponds With Contrasting Nitrogen Levels. 9
Zhou Y, Davidson TA, Yao X, Zhang Y, Jeppesen E, de Souza JGarcia, Wu H, Shi K, Qin B.  2018.  How autochthonous dissolved organic matter responds to eutrophication and climate warming: Evidence from a cross-continental data analysis and experiments. 185:928–937.
Zhi Y, Cao Y, Sun J, Li W, Jeppesen E.  2018.  Indirect effects of extreme precipitation on the growth of Vallisneria denseserrulata Makino. 153:229–235.
Hao B, Wu H, Jeppesen E, Li W.  2018.  The response of phytoplankton communities to experimentally elevated temperatures in the presence and absence of Potamogeton crispus. 35:539–546.
Hao B, Roejkjaer AFabrin, Wu H, Cao Y, Jeppesen E, Li W.  2018.  Responses of primary producers in shallow lakes to elevated temperature: a mesocosm experiment during the growing season of Potamogeton crispus. 80
Zhen W, Zhang X, Guan B, Yin C, Yu J, Jeppesen E, Zhao X, Liu Z.  2018.  Stocking of herbivorous fish in eutrophic shallow clear-water lakes to reduce standing height of submerged macrophytes while maintaining their biomass. 113:61–64.
Davidson TA, Audet J, Jeppesen E, Landkildehus F, Lauridsen TL, Søndergaard M, Syväranta J.  2018.  Synergy between nutrients and warming enhances methane ebullition from experimental lakes. 8:156–160.