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Media Releases

Linking 19th century European settlement to the disruption of a seabird's natural population dynamics

Published in: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)


Links to Media coverage of this paper: The CQnversation

Hundreds of years of bird droppings provide clues to the long-term dynamics of a vulnerable seabird

Published in: Proceedings of the Royal Society

A panoramic photo of Brister Pond, the Atlantic Ocean and Baccalieu Island. Photo by Matthew Duda


Links to the media coverage of this paper: The Times Colonist, The Toronto Star, Richmond News, Phys.Org,  Queen's Gazette,  Canadian Geographic


Aerosol-weakened monsoons during the period of anthropogenic warming can be linked to marked changes in freshwater ecosystems on the Chinese Loess Plateau

Published in: Nature Climate Change 27 Feb 2017

Lake Gonghai and its catchment in the Chinese Loess Plateau. Image source Dr. Zongli Wang.


Links to the media coverage of this paper: PHYS.ORG    Media coverage from China




Where have all the crayfish gone?

Published in: Freshwater Science, Vol. 34, No. 3, September 2015


Links to the media coverage of this paper: EurekAlert!   Science Daily   PHYS.ORG   Demanjo   As It Happens   Queen's Gazette   The Fish Site   Ottawa Citizen rabble.ca






“Rock snot” algae not invasive to salmon rivers of eastern Canada

Published in: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 2014


Links to the media coverage of this paper:

National Geographic   Scientific America  Acadie-Nouvelle. Local newspaper. Title: Algue envahissante: le réchauffement climatique montré du doigt    Radio-Canada    Phys.Org    Kingston Hearld

CBC online    CBC News    New Brunswick    MSN News Canada    Telegraph Journal 04 March 2014    Live Science: http://www.livescience.com/43859-rock-snot-climate-warming.html

Discovery News    Mid Current    Live Radio at 4:35, March 5    Yahoo News    Grist    Mother Nature News    Universite du Quebec    INRS News    e! Science News    The Lunchbox, CHSR 97.9 FM, 12 March 2014

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Oil and gas exploration leaves environmental footprint on pristine Arctic lakes

Published in: PLOS ONE, November 2013


Links to some of the media coverage of this paper:

CBC News   Science Daily    Eureka Alert    PhysOrg    Queen’s News Centre    E Science News    Environmental News Network       Brock News

570 News    Vancouver Sun    Calgary Herald    Saskatoon Leader Post    Edmonton Journal    Canada.com    Global Post    Climate Wire: forthcoming    Lake Scientist

Radio:    CBC North (Inuvik)    CBC North (Yellowknife)    Newstalk 770 – “Calgary Today”









Algal blooms in lakes linked to new environmental stressor

Published in: Proceedings of the Royal Society - Biological, September 2011




Striking ecological impact on Canada’s Arctic coastline linked to global climate change

Published in: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, May 2011







Coastal birds funnel metals from ocean to land

Published in: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, May 2010

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Recent changes in aremote Arctic lake are unique within the past 200,000 years

Published in: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, October 2009

Links to media coverage related to this story:    Ottawa Citizen    Globe & Mail    The Independent
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Widespread planktonic diatom responses to recent warming

Published in: Global Change Biology 2008
Lake and Diatom Image




Crossing the final ecological threshold in some high Arctic ponds

Published in: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, July 2007


Arctic seabirds transport marine-derived contaminants

Published in: Science Vol 309 15 July 2005


Climate-driven regime shifts in the biological communities of Arctic lakes

Published in: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Volume February 2005


Thule whalers and Arctic freshwater ecosystems

Published in: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Volume 101: 1613-1617, Feb. 10, 2004


Water taste and odour problems in Ontario Cottage Country lakes

Published in: Freshwater Biology Volume 49:199-207, 2004

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