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Steroidal Aromatic 'Naphthenic Acids' in Oil Sands Process-Affected Water: Structural Comparisons with Environmental EstrogensSteven J. Rowland and Charles E. West and David Jones and Alan G. Scarlett and Richard A. Frank and L. Mark Hewitt10.1021/es202606d2011Environmental Science & Technology
An examination of the toxic properties of water extracts in the vicinity of an oil sand extraction siteF. Gagné, C. André, M. Douville, A. Talbot, J. Parrott, M. McMaster, M. Hewitt10.1039/c1em10591d2011Journal of Environmental Monitoring
Metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in colonial waterbird eggs from Lake Athabasca and the Peace-Athabasca Delta, Canada. Environ.Hebert CE, Weseloh DV, Macmillan S, Campbell D, Nordstrom W10.1002/etc.4892011Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Twentieth-century warming revives the world's northernmost lakeBianca B. Perren,Alexander P. Wolfe,Colin A. Cooke, Kurt H. Kjær,David Mazzucchi,Eric J. Steig10.1130/G33621.12012Geology
Differential changes in gene expression in rainbow trout hepatocytes exposed to extracts of oil sands process-affected water and the Athabasca River. F. Gagné, M. Douville, C. André, T. Debenest, A. Talbot, J. Sherry, L.M. Hewitt, R.A. Frank, M.E. McMaster, J. Parrott, G. Bickerton10.1016/j.cbpc.2012.01.0042012Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology
Tracing industrial sulfur emissions in atmospheric sulfate deposition in the Athabasca oil sands region, Alberta, Canada.Proemse, B.C., Mayer, B., and Fenn, M.E.10.1016/j.apgeochem.2012.08.0062012Applied Geochemistry
Isotopic characterization of nitrate, ammonium and sulfate in stack PM2.5 emissions in the Athabasca Oil Sands region, Alberta, CanadaProemse, B.C., Mayer, B., Chow, J.C. and Watson, J.G.10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.06.0462012Atmospheric Environment
An Efficient Multipollutant System for Measuring Real-World Emissions from Stationary and Mobile Sources.Wang, X.L., Watson, J.G., Chow, J.C., Gronstal, S., and Kohl, S.D.10.4209/aaqr.2011.11.0187 2012Aerosol and Air Quality Research
Nitrogen cycling in Pinus banksiana and Populus tremuloides stands in the Athabasca oil sands region, Alberta, Canada.Laxton, D.L., Watmough, S.A., and Aherne, J.10.1007/s11270-011-0833-62012Water Air and Soil Pollution
Air quality over the Canadian oil sands: A first assessment using satellite observationsMcLinden, C. A., Fioletove, V., Beoermas, K.F., Krotkov, N., Sioris, C.E., Veefkind, J.P., and Yang, K.10.1029/2011GL0502732012Geophysical Research Letters
Chemical fingerprinting of naphthenic acids and oil sands process waters-A review of analytical methods for environmental samples.Headley JV, Peru KM, Mohamed MH, Frank RA, Martin JW, Hazewinkel RR, Humphries D, Gurprasad NP, Hewitt LM, Muir DC, Lindeman D, Strub R, Young RF, Grewer DM, Whittal RM, Fedorak PM, Birkholz DA, Hindle R, Reisdorph R, Wang X, Kasperski KL, Hamilton C, Woudneh M, Wang G, Loescher B, Farwell A, Dixon DG, Ross M, Pereira Ados S, King E, Barrow MP, Fahlman B, Bailey J, McMartin DW, Borchers CH, Ryan CH, Toor NS, Gillis HM, Zuin L, Bickerton G, Mcmaster M, Sverko E, Shang D, Wilson LD, Wrona FJ10.1080/10934529.2013.7763322013Journal of Environmental Science and Health
Century-Long Source Apportionment of PAHs in Athabasca Oil Sands Region Lakes Using Diagnostic Ratios and Compound-Specific Carbon Isotope SignaturesJosué Jautzy,Jason M. E. Ahad,Charles Gobeil,Martine M. Savard10.1021/es400642e2013Environmental Science & Technology
Calibration and application of PUF disk passive air samplers for tracking polycyclic aromatic compounds (PACs)Tom Harner, Ky Su, Susie Genualdi, Jessica Karpowicz, Lutz Ahrens, Cristian Mihele, Jasmin Schuster, Jean-Pierre Charland, Julie Narayan10.1016/j.atmosenv.2013.04.0122013Atmospheric Environment
Aromatic Naphthenic Acids in Oil Sands Process-Affected Water, Resolved by GCxGC-MS, Only Weakly Induce the Gene for Vitellogenin Production in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) LarvaeHelena C. Reinardy, Alan G. Scarlett, Theodore B. Henry, Charles E. West, L. Mark Hewitt, Richard A. Frank, Steven J. Rowland10.1021/es304799m2013Environmental Science & Technology
Legacy of a half century of Athabasca oil sands development recorded by lake ecosystemsKurek, J., Kirk, J.L., Muir, D.C.G., Wang, X., Evans, M.S., and Smol, J.P.10.1073/pnas.12176751102013National Academy of Sciences of the United States
A Comprehensive Land-Use/Hydrological Modeling System for Scenario Simulations in the Elbow River Watershed, Alberta, CanadaGayan Nishad Wijesekara, Babak Farjad, Anil Gupta, Ying Qiao, Patrick Delaney, Danielle J. Marceau10.1007/s00267-013-0220-82013Environmental Management
Geoscienc of Climate and Energy 11. Ambient air quality and linkage to Ecosystems in the Athabasca Oil Sands, AlbertaPercy, K.E.10.12789/geocanj.2013.40.0142013Geoscience of Climate and Energy
Trends in Passively-Measured Ozone, Nitrogen Dioxide and Sulfur Dioxide Concentrations in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region of Alberta, CanadaHsu, Y.M.10.4209/aaqr.2012.08.02242013Aerosol and Air Quality Research
A multi-isotope approach for assessing industrial contributions to atmospheric nitrogen deposition in the Athabasca oil sands region in Alberta, Canada.Proemse, B.C., Mayer, B., Fenn, M.E., and Ross, C.S.10.1016/j.envpol.2013.07.0042013 Environmental Pollution
Mercury trends in colonial waterbird eggs downstream of the oil sands region of Alberta, Canada.Craig E. Hebert, David Campbell, Rhona Kindopp, Stuart MacMillan, Pamela Martin, Ewa Neugebauer, Lucy Patterson, and Jeff Shatford10.1021/es402542w2013Environmental Science & Technology
Total gaseous mercury concentration measurements at Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada.Matthew T. Parsons, Daniel McLennan, Monique Lapalme, Curtis Mooney, Corinna Watt and Rachel Mintz10.3390/atmos40404722013Atmosphere
Avian wildlife as sentinels of ecosystem health.Judit E.G. Smits, Kimberly J. Fernie10.1016/j.cimid.2012.11.0072013Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
Developing a portable, autonomous aerosol backscatter lidar for network or remote operationsStrawbridge, K.B.10.5194/amt-6-801-20132013Atmospheric Measurement Techniques
Comparison of tropospheric NO2 vertical columns in an urban environment using satellite, multi-axis differential optical absorption spectroscopy, and in situ measurementsD. Mendolia, R. J. C. D'Souza, G. J. Evans, and J. Brook10.5194/amt-6-2907-20132013Atmospheric Measurement Techniques
Assessment of Odin-OSIRIS ozone measurements from 2001 to the present using MLS, GOMOS, and ozonesondesC. Adams, A. E. Bourassa, V. Sofieva, L. Froidevaux, C. A. McLinden, D. Hubert, J.-C. Lambert, C. E. Sioris, and D. A. Degenstein 10.5194/amt-7-49-20142014Atmospheric Measurement Techniques
Trend and variability in ozone in the tropical lower stratosphere over 2.5 solar cycles observed by SAGE II and OSIRISC. E. Sioris, C. A. McLinden, V. E. Fioletov, C. Adams1, J. M. Zawodny, A. E. Bourassa, C. Z. Roth, and D. A. Degenstein10.5194/acp-14-3479-20142014Atmospheric Chemstry and Physics
Atmospheric deposition of mercury and methymercury to landscapes and waterbodies of the Athabasca oil sands region.Kirk JL, Muir DC, Gleason A, Wang X, Lawson G, Frank RA, Lehnherr I, Wrona F.10.1021/es500986r2014Environmental Science & Technology
A Field-Portable Membrane Introduction Mass Spectrometer for Real-time Quantitation and Spatial Mapping of Atmospheric and Aqueous ContaminantsRyan J. Bell,Nicholas G. Davey,Morten Martinsen,Christian Collin-Hansen,Erik T. Krogh,Christopher G. Gill10.1007/s13361-014-1028-32014Journal of The American Society for Mass Spectrometry
Profiling Oil Sands Mixtures from Industrial Developments and Natural Groundwaters for Source IdentificationRichard A. Frank, James W. Roy, Greg Bickerton, Steve J. Rowland, John V. Headley, Alan G. Scarlett, Charles E. West, Kerry M. Peru, Joanne L. Parrott, F. Malcolm Conly, L. Mark Hewitt10.1021/es500131k2014Environmental Science & Technology
Forensic source differentiation of petrogenic, pyrogenic, and biogenic hydrocarbons in Canadian oil sands environmental samples. Journal of Hazardous Materials.Zhendi Wang, C. Yang, J.L. Parrott, R.A. Frank, Z. Yang, C.E. Brown, B.P. Hollebone, M. Landriault, B. Fieldhouse, Y. Liu, G. Zhang, L.M. Hewitt10.1016/j.jhazmat.2014.02.0212014Journal of Hazardous Materials
Improved satellite retrievals of NO2 and SO2 over the Canadian oil sands and comparisons with surface measurementsMcLinden, C.A., Fioletov, V., Boersma, K.F., Kharol, S.K., Krotkov, N., Lamsal, L., Makar, P.A., Martin, R.V., Veefkind, J.P., and Yang, K.10.5194/acp-14-3637-20142014Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
An Added Dimension: GC Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization FTICR MS and the Athabasca Oil SandsBarrow, M.P., Peru, K.M., and Headley, J.V.10.1021/ac501710y2014Analytical Chemistry
Inter-comparison of high-resolution gridded climate data sets and their implication on hydrological model simulation over the Athabasca Watershed, CanadaHyung-Il Eum, Yonas Dibike, Terry Prowse, Barrie Bonsal10.1002/hyp.10236.2014Hydrological Processes
Uncertainty in modelling the hydrologic responses of a large watershed: a case study of the Athabasca River basin, CanadaEum, H.-I., Dibike, Y., and Prowse, T.10.1002/hyp.102302014 Hydrological Processes
N2-fixation by methanotrophs sustains carbon and nitrogen accumulation in pristine peatlands.Vile, M.A., Wieder, R.K., Zivkovic, T., Scott, K.D., Vitt, D.H., Hartstock, J.A., Iosue, C.L., Quinn, J.C., Petix, M., Fillingim, H.M., Popma, J.M.A., Dynarski, K.A., Jackman, T.R., Albright, C.M., and Wykoff, D.D.10.1007/s10533-014-0019-62014Biogeochemistry
The importance of atmospheric base cation deposition for preventing soil acidification in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region of Canada.Shaun A. Watmough, Colin J. Whitfield, Mark E. Fenn10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.05.1102014Science of The Total Environment
Measurement of fine particulate matter water-soluble inorganic species and precursor gases in the Alberta Oil Sands Region using an improved semi-continuous monitorHsu, Y.-M. and Clair, T.A.10.1080/10962247.2014.10010882014 Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association
Preliminary measurement-based estimates of PAH emissions from oil sands tailings ponds.Elisabeth Galarneau, Bruce P. Hollebone, Zeyu Yang, Jasmin Schuster10.1016/j.atmosenv.2014.08.0382014Atmospheric Environment
Mass spectral characterisation of a polar, esterified fraction of an organic extract of an oil sands process water.S. J. Rowland, A. S. Pereira, J. W. Martin, A. G. Scarlett, C. E. West, S. K. Lengger, M. J. Wilde, J. Pureveen, E. W. Tegelaar, R. A. Frank and L. M. Hewitt10.1002/rcm.70242014Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry
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A Prototype Passive Air Sampler for Measuring Dry Deposition of Polycyclic Aromatic HydrocarbonsAnita Eng, Tom Harner, and Karla Pozo10.1021/ez400044z2014Environmental Science & Technology Letters
Does expected future landscape condition support proposed population objectives for boreal birds?Mahon, C.L., E.M. Bayne, P. Sólymos, S.M. Matsuoka, M. Carlson, E. Dzus, F.K.A. Schmiegelow, and S.J. Song.10.1016/j.foreco.2013.10.0252014Forest Ecology and Management
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Changes in migratory fish communities and their health, hydrology, and water chemistry in rivers of the Athabasca oil sands region: a review of historical and current data.Schwalb, A.N., Alexander, A.C., Chambers. P.A., and Rasmussen, J.B.10.1139/er-2014-00652014Environmental Reviews
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Synergistic use of RADARSAT-2 Ultra Fine and Fine Quad-Pol data to map oilsands infrastructure land: Object-based approachXianfeng Jiao,Ying Zhang,Bert Guindon10.1016/j.jag.2015.01.0072015International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation
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An investigation of the immunotoxicity of oil sands processed water and leachates in trout leukocytesF. Gagné, A. Bruneau, P. Turcotte, C. Gagnon, E. Lacaze10.1016/j.ecoenv.2017.03.0122017Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety
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Autonomous Mobile Platform for Monitoring Air Emissions from Industrial and Municipal Waste Water Ponds.Long Fu, Quamrul Huda, Zheng Yang, Lucas Zhang & Zaher Hashisho.10.1080/10962247.2017.12858322017Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association
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Increased size and relative abundance of migratory fishes observed near the Athabasca oil sandsTim J. Arciszewski, Kelly R. Munkittrick, Bruce W. Kilgour, Heather M. Keith, Janice E. Linehan and Mark E. McMaster10.1139/facets-2017-00282017FACETS
Sound attenuation in forest and roadside environments: Implications for avian point-count surveysDaniel A. Yip, Erin M. Bayne, Péter Sólymos, James Campbell, and Darren Proppe10.1650/condor-16-93.12017Condor: Ornithological Applications
Quantifying the Primary Emissions and Photochemical Formation of Isocyanic acid (HNCO) Downwind of Oil Sands OperationsJohn Liggio, Craig A. Stroud, Jeremy J. B. Wentzell, Junhua Zhang, Jacob Sommers, Andrea Darlington, Peter S. K. Liu, Samar G. Moussa, Amy Leithead, Katherine Hayden, Richard L. Mittermeier, Ralf Staebler, Mengistu Wolde, and Shao-Meng Li10.1021/acs.est.7b043462017Environmental Science & Technology
AEROCAN, the Canadian sub-network of AERONET: Aerosol monitoring and air quality applicationsChristopher E. Sioris, Ihab Abboud, Vitali E. Fioletov, Chris A. McLinden10.1016/j.atmosenv.2017.08.0442017Atmospheric Environment
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