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    1. Warren, FJ; Waddington, JM; Bourbonniere, RA; Day, SM
      Effect of drought on hydrology and sulphate dynamics in a temperate swamp

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    2. Palmer, SM; Hope, D; Billett, MF; Dawson, JJC; Bryant, CL
      Sources of organic and inorganic carbon in a headwater stream: Evidence from carbon isotope studies

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    3. Kopacek, J; Ulrich, KU; Hejzlar, J; Borovec, J; Stuchlik, E
      Natural inactivation of phosphorus by aluminum in atmospherically acidified water bodies

      WATER RESEARCH
    4. Kelly, CA; Fee, E; Ramlal, PS; Rudd, JWM; Hesslein, RH; Anema, C; Schindler, EU
      Natural variability of carbon dioxide and net epilimnetic production in the surface waters of boreal lakes of different sizes

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    5. Buttle, JM; Creed, IF; Pomeroy, JW
      Advances in Canadian forest hydrology, 1995-1998

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    6. Price, JS; Waddington, JM
      Advances in Canadian wetland hydrology and biogeochemistry

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    7. Gibson, JJ; Price, JS; Aravena, R; Fitzgerald, DF; Maloney, D
      Runoff generation in a hypermaritime bog-forest upland

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    8. Thompson-Roberts, ES; Pick, FR
      Total mercury in the water and sediments of St. Lawrence River wetlands compared with inland wetlands of Temagami North Bay and Muskoka-Haliburton

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    9. Lamontagne, S; Schiff, SL
      Response of soil microorganisms to an elevated nitrate input in an open Pinus banksiana - Cladina forest

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    10. Frank, H; Patrick, S; Peter, W; Hannes, F
      Export of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen from Gleysol dominated catchments - the significance of water flow paths

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    11. France, R; Steedman, R; Lehmann, R; Peters, R
      Landscape modification of DOC concentration in boreal lakes: implications for UV-B sensitivity

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    12. Baba, M; Okazaki, M
      Changes in aluminum pools of andisols due to soil acidification

      SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION
    13. van der Salm, C; Westerveld, JW; Verstraten, JM
      Release rates of Al from inorganic and organic compounds in a sandy podzol, during laboratory experiments

      GEODERMA
    14. Spence, C
      The effect of storage on runoff from a headwater subarctic shield basin

      ARCTIC
    15. Gergel, SE; Turner, MG; Kratz, TK
      Dissolved organic carbon as an indicator of the scale of watershed influence on lakes and rivers

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    16. Malley, DF; Ronicke, H; Findlay, DL; Zippel, B
      Feasibility of using near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy for the analysis of C, N, P, and diatoms in lake sediments

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    17. Hessen, DO
      Catchment properties and the transport of major elements to estuaries

      ADVANCES IN ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH, VOL 29
    18. Buttle, JM; Turcotte, DS
      Runoff processes on a forested slope on the Canadian shield

      NORDIC HYDROLOGY
    19. Jeremiason, JD; Eisenreich, SJ; Paterson, MJ; Beaty, KG; Hecky, R; Elser, JJ
      Biogeochemical cycling of PCBs in lakes of variable trophic status: A paired-lake experiment

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    20. HINTON MJ; SCHIFF SL; ENGLISH MC
      SOURCES AND FLOWPATHS OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC-CARBON DURING STORMS IN 2 FORESTED WATERSHEDS OF THE PRECAMBRIAN SHIELD

      Biogeochemistry
    21. LAMONTAGNE S
      NITROGEN MINERALIZATION IN UPLAND PRECAMBRIAN SHIELD CATCHMENTS - CONTRASTING THE ROLE OF LICHEN-COVERED BEDROCK AND FORESTED AREAS

      Biogeochemistry
    22. DOWNS SG; MACLEOD CL; LESTER JN
      MERCURY IN PRECIPITATION AND ITS RELATION TO BIOACCUMULATION IN FISH - A LITERATURE-REVIEW

      Water, air and soil pollution
    23. Paterson, AM; Cumming, BF; Smol, JP; Blais, JM; France, RL
      Assessment of the effects of logging, forest fires and drought on lakes innorthwestern Ontario: a 30-year paleolimnological perspective

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    24. VINEBROOKE RD; LEAVITT PR
      DIRECT AND INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF ALLOCHTHONOUS DISSOLVED ORGANIC-MATTER, INORGANIC NUTRIENTS, AND ULTRAVIOLET-RADIATION ON AN ALPINE LITTORAL FOOD-WEB

      Limnology and oceanography
    25. MOSER KA; SMOL JP; LEAN DRS; MACDONALD GM
      PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL LIMNOLOGY OF NORTHERN BOREAL LAKES, WOOD BUFFALO NATIONAL-PARK, NORTHERN ALBERTA AND THE NORTHWEST-TERRITORIES, CANADA

      Hydrobiologia
    26. LAMERS LPM; TOMASSEN HBM; ROELOFS JGM
      SULFATE-INDUCED ENTROPHICATION AND PHYTOTOXICITY IN FRESH-WATER WETLANDS

      Environmental science & technology
    27. HANTEN RP; NEUMANN RM; WARD SM
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CONCENTRATIONS OF MERCURY IN LARGEMOUTH BASS AND PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CONNECTICUT LAKES

      Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
    28. MAGNUSON JJ; WEBSTER KE; ASSEL RA; BOWSER CJ; DILLON PJ; EATON JG; EVANS HE; FEE EJ; HALL RI; MORTSCH LR; SCHINDLER DW; QUINN FH
      POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGES ON AQUATIC SYSTEMS - LAURENTIAN GREAT-LAKES AND PRECAMBRIAN SHIELD REGION

      Hydrological processes
    29. WONG AHK; MCQUEEN DJ; WILLIAMS DD; DEMERS E
      TRANSFER OF MERCURY FROM BENTHIC INVERTEBRATES TO FISHES IN LAKES WITH CONTRASTING FISH COMMUNITY STRUCTURES

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    30. FURLEY P
      PLANT ECOLOGY, SOIL ENVIRONMENTS AND DYNAMIC CHANGE IN TROPICAL SAVANNAS

      Progress in physical geography
    31. MCNICOL DK; MALLORY ML; MIERLE G; SCHEUHAMMER AM; WONG AHK
      LEECHES AS INDICATORS OF DIETARY MERCURY EXPOSURE IN NON-PISCIVOROUS WATERFOWL, IN CENTRAL ONTARIO, CANADA

      Environmental pollution
    32. HINTON MJ; SCHIFF SL; ENGLISH MC
      THE SIGNIFICANCE OF STORMS FOR THE CONCENTRATION AND EXPORT OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC-CARBON FROM 2 PRECAMBRIAN SHIELD CATCHMENTS

      Biogeochemistry
    33. MCNAMARA JP; KANE DL; HINZMAN LD
      HYDROGRAPH SEPARATIONS IN AN ARCTIC WATERSHED USING MIXING MODEL AND GRAPHICAL TECHNIQUES

      Water resources research
    34. GOLDSTEIN RM; BRIGHAM ME; STAUFFER JC
      COMPARISON OF MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN LIVER, MUSCLE, WHOLE BODIES, AND COMPOSITES OF FISH FROM THE RED-RIVER OF THE NORTH

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    35. POST JR; VANDENBOS R; MCQUEEN DJ
      UPTAKE RATES OF FOOD-CHAIN AND WATERBORNE MERCURY BY FISH - FIELD-MEASUREMENTS, A MECHANISTIC MODEL, AND AN ASSESSMENT OF UNCERTAINTIES

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    36. WESTCOTT K; KALFF J
      ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS AFFECTING METHYL MERCURY ACCUMULATION IN ZOOPLANKTON

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    37. DURAND P; TORRES JLJ
      SOLUTE TRANSFER IN AGRICULTURAL CATCHMENTS - THE INTEREST AND LIMITS OF MIXING MODELS

      Journal of hydrology
    38. MCLEAN RA; ENGLISH MC; SCHIFF SL
      HYDROLOGICAL AND HYDROCHEMICAL RESPONSE OF A SMALL CANADIAN SHIELD CATCHMENT TO LATE WINTER RAIN-ON-SNOW EVENTS

      Hydrological processes
    39. RICHARDSON GM; EGYED M; CURRIE DJ
      DOES ACID-RAIN INCREASE HUMAN EXPOSURE TO MERCURY - A REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF RECENT LITERATURE

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    40. PETERS DL; BUTTLE JM; TAYLOR CH; LAZERTE BD
      RUNOFF PRODUCTION IN A FORESTED, SHALLOW SOIL, CANADIAN SHIELD BASIN

      Water resources research
    41. ALLAN CJ; ROULET NT
      RUNOFF GENERATION IN ZERO-ORDER PRECAMBRIAN SHIELD CATCHMENTS - THE STORMFLOW RESPONSE OF A HETEROGENEOUS LANDSCAPE

      Hydrological processes
    42. PARKS JW; CRAIG PC; OZBURN GW
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN WALLEYE (STIZOSTEDION-VITREUM) AND NORTHERN PIKE (ESOX-LUCIUS) - IMPLICATIONS FOR MODELING AND BIOMONITORING

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    43. BEATY KG
      SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN A SMALL STREAM FOLLOWING 2 SUCCESSIVE FOREST-FIRES

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    44. CAMPBELL P
      PHOSPHORUS BUDGETS AND STOICHIOMETRY DURING THE OPEN-WATER SEASON IN 2 UNMANIPULATED LAKES IN THE EXPERIMENTAL LAKES AREA, NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    45. BUTTLE JM
      ISOTOPE HYDROGRAPH SEPARATIONS AND RAPID DELIVERY OF PRE-EVENT WATER FROM DRAINAGE BASINS

      Progress in physical geography
    46. ALLAN CJ; ROULET NT
      SOLID-PHASE CONTROLS OF DISSOLVED ALUMINUM WITHIN UPLAND PRECAMBRIAN SHIELD CATCHMENTS

      Biogeochemistry
    47. HINTON MJ; SCHIFF SL; ENGLISH MC
      EXAMINING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF GLACIAL TILL WATER TO STORM RUNOFF USING 2-COMPONENT AND 3-COMPONENT HYDROGRAPH SEPARATIONS

      Water resources research
    48. SCHEUHAMMER AM; BLANCHER PJ
      POTENTIAL RISK TO COMMON LOONS (GAVIA-IMMER) FROM METHYLMERCURY EXPOSURE IN ACIDIFIED LAKES

      Hydrobiologia
    49. BOTTOMLEY DJ; GREGOIRE DC; RAVEN KG
      SALINE GROUNDWATERS AND BRINES IN THE CANADIAN SHIELD - GEOCHEMICAL AND ISOTOPIC EVIDENCE FOR A RESIDUAL EVAPORITE BRINE COMPONENT

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    50. LOCKE A; SPRULES WG
      EFFECTS OF LAKE ACIDIFICATION AND RECOVERY ON THE STABILITY OF ZOOPLANKTON FOOD WEBS

      Ecology
    51. SOMERS KM; JACKSON DA
      ADJUSTING MERCURY CONCENTRATION FOR FISH-SIZE COVARIATION - A MULTIVARIATE ALTERNATIVE TO BIVARIATE REGRESSION

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    52. ALLAN CJ; ROULET NT; HILL AR
      THE BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF PRISTINE, HEADWATER PRECAMBRIAN SHIELD WATERSHEDS - AN ANALYSIS OF MATERIAL TRANSPORT WITHIN A HETEROGENEOUS LANDSCAPE

      Biogeochemistry
    53. JARRETT JN; CUTLER MB; EBERSOLE JP; HAGAR WG
      SEASONAL-VARIATION IN PH AND ALKALINITY AND RECRUITMENT OF SUNFISH POPULATIONS

      Freshwater Biology
    54. COOPER LW; SOLIS C; KANE DL; HINZMAN LD
      APPLICATION OF O-18 TRACER TECHNIQUES TO ARCTIC HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES

      Arctic and alpine research
    55. LANGE TR; ROYALS HE; CONNOR LL
      INFLUENCE OF WATER CHEMISTRY ON MERCURY CONCENTRATION IN LARGEMOUTH BASS FROM FLORIDA LAKES

      Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
    56. LAZERTE BD
      THE IMPACT OF DROUGHT AND ACIDIFICATION ON THE CHEMICAL EXPORTS FROM A MINEROTROPHIC CONIFER SWAMP

      Biogeochemistry


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