28) C. Wellen, P. Van Cappellen, L. Gospodyn, J. L. Thomas, M. N. Mohamed (2020). An analysis of the sample size requirements for acceptable statistical power in water quality monitoring for improvement detection. Ecological Indicators 118, 106684, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2020.106684.
27) M. N. Mohamed, C. Wellen, C. Parsons, W. Taylor, G. Arhonditsis, K. Chomicki, D. Boyd, P. Weidman, S. Mundle, P. Van Cappellen, A. Sharpley, G. Haffner (2019). Understanding and managing the re-eutrophication of Lake Erie: Knowledge gaps and research priorities. Freshwater Science 38(4), DOI: 10.1086/705915.
26) C Spence, G Ali, CJ Oswald, C Wellen (2019). An Application of the T-TEL Assessment Method to Evaluate Connectivity in a Lake-Dominated Watershed after Drought. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 55 (2): 318 – 333.
25) Jiang, SY, Q. Zhang, A.D. Werner, C. Wellen, S. Jomaa, Q.D. Zhu, O. Büttner, G. Meon, M. Rode (2019). Effects of stream nitrate frequency on watershed model performance and prediction uncertainty. Journal of Hydrology 569: 22 – 36.
24) Colborne, S., T. Maguire, B. Mayer, M. Nightingale, G. Enns, A. Fisk, K. Drouillard, M. Mohamed, C. Weisener, C. Wellen, S. Mundle (2019). Water and sediment as sources of phosphate in aquatic ecosystems: The Detroit River and its role in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Science of the Total Environment 647: 1594-1603.
23) Oswald, C., G. Giberson, E. Nicholls, C. Wellen, S. Oni (2019). Spatial distribution and extent of urban land cover control watershed-scale chloride retention. Science of the Total Environment 652: 278-288.
22) Wellen, CC, N. J. Shatilla, S. K. Carey (2018). The influence of mining on hydrology and solute transport in the Elk Valley, British Columbia, Canada. Environmental Research Letters 13(7).
21) Kim, D., M. Ramin, V. Cheng, A. Javed, S. Kaluskar, N. Kelly, D. Kobiliris, A. Neumann, F. Ni, T. Peller, G. Perhar, Y. Shimoda, A. Visha, C. Wellen, C. Yang, S. Mugalingam, G. Arhonditsis (2018). An integrative methodological framework for setting environmental criteria: Evaluation of stakeholder perceptions. Ecological Informatics 48: 147-157.
20) Wang, Z., T. Zhang, C. Tan, P. Vadas, Z. Qi, C. Wellen. (2018). Modeling phosphorus losses from soils amended with cattle manures and chemical fertilizers. Science of the Total Environment 639: 580-587.
19) Maguire, T., C. Wellen, K. Stammler, S. Mundle (2018). Increased nutrient concentrations in Lake Erie tributaries influenced by greenhouse agriculture. Science of the Total Environment 633: 433-440.
18) Rosamond, M., C. Wellen, M. Yousif, G. Kaltenecker, J. Thomas, P. Joosse, N. Feisthauer, W. Taylor, M. Mohamed (2018). Representing a large region with few sites: The Quality Index approach for field studies. Science of the Total Environment 633, 600 - 607.
17) Ali, G., C. Oswald, C. Spence, and C. Wellen (2018). The T‐TEL Method for Assessing Water, Sediment, and Chemical Connectivity. Water Resources Research 54 (2), 634 - 662
16) Li, X., J. Feng, C. Wellen, and Y. Wang (2017). A Bayesian approach of high impaired river reaches identification and total nitrogen load estimation in a sparsely monitored basin. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24 (1), 987 - 996
15) Wellen, C.C., N.J. Shatilla, and S.K. Carey (2015) Regional scale selenium export associated with surface coal mining in the Elk Valley, British Columbia. Science of the Total Environment 531, 791-802.
14) Long, T., D. Boyd, C.C. Wellen, G.B. Arhonditsis, M. Mohamed, and K. O'Connor (2015) Estimation of tributary total phosphorus loads to Hamilton Harbour, Ontario, Canada, using a series of empirically based regression equations. Journal of Great Lakes Research 41(3): 780–793.
13) Wang, Y., L. Xue, C. C. Wellen, G. Liu (2015) Estimation of nutrient sources and transport using Spatially Referenced Regression Models: A case study in Songhuajiang River Basin, China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22(9): 6989-7001.
12) Wellen, C.C., A. Kamran-Disfani*, and G.B. Arhonditsis (2015) Evaluation of the current state of distributed nutrient watershed-water quality modelling. Environmental Science and Technology 49(6): 3278 - 3290.
11) Wellen, C.C., T. Long, D. Boyd, and G.B. Arhonditsis (2014) Quantifying the uncertainty of source attribution in distributed watershed models: A Bayesian assessment of SWAT’s sediment export predictions. Journal of Hydrology 519: 3353 – 3368.
10) Long, T., D. Boyd, C.C. Wellen, and G.B. Arhonditsis (2014) Characterization of water quality dynamics in the urban and agricultural watersheds of Hamilton Harbour following an intensive two year event-based monitoring program in Hamilton and Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Journal of Great Lakes Research 40: 964 – 979.
9) Wellen, C.C., T. Long, D. Boyd, and G.B. Arhonditsis (2014) Accommodating environmental thresholds and extreme events in hydrological models: a Bayesian approach. Journal of Great Lakes Research 40, Supplement 3:102 – 116.
8) Kim, D.K., W. Zhang, V. Hiriart-Baer, C.C. Wellen, T. Long, D. Boyd, G.B. Arhonditsis (2014) Towards the development of integrated modelling systems in aquatic biogeochemistry: a Bayesian approach. Journal of Great Lakes Research 40, Supplement 3:73 – 87.
7) Wellen, C.C., G.B Arhonditsis, T. Labencki, and D. Boyd (2014) Application of the SPARROW model in watersheds with limited information: a Bayesian assessment of the model uncertainty and the value of additional monitoring. Hydrological Processes 28: 1260-1283.
6) Wellen, C.C., and R.E. Sieber (2013) Toward an inclusive semantic interoperability: the case of Cree hydrographic features. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 27(1): 168 – 191.
5) Wellen, C.C., G.B Arhonditsis, T. Labencki, and D. Boyd (2012) A Bayesian methodological framework for accommodating interannual variability of nutrient loading with the SPARROW model. Water Resources Research, vol. 48(10): W10505.
4) Sieber, R.E., and C. C. Wellen (2011) Reply to Shi: Geometry is not the sole source of spatial relations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108:E460.
3) Sieber, R.E., C.C. Wellen, and Y. Jin (2011) Spatial Cyberinfrastructures, Ontologies and the Humanities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108: 5504 - 5509.
2) Gudimov, A., M. Ramin, T. Labencki, C.C. Wellen, M. Shelar, Y. Shimoda, D. Boyd, and G.B. Arhonditsis (2011) Predicting the response of Hamilton Harbour to the nutrient loading reductions: A modeling analysis of the "ecological unknowns". Journal of Great Lakes Research 37(3): 494 – 506. 1) Conway, T. and C.C. Wellen (2011) Not developed yet? Alternative ways to include locations without changes in land use change models. International Journal of Geographic Information Science 25 (10): 1613 – 1631.