2016 Publications

Korosi, J.B., Cooke, C.A., Eickmeyer, D.C., Kimpe, L.E., and Blais, J.M. (2016) In-situ bitumen extraction associated with increased petrogenic polycyclic aromatic compounds in lake sediments from the Cold Lake heavy oil fields (Alberta, Canada). Environmental Pollution, 218: 915-922.

Eickmeyer, D.C., Kimpe, L.E., Kokelj, S.V., Pisaric, M.F.J., Smol, J.P., Sanei, H., Thienpont, J.R., and Blais, J.M. (2016) Interactions of polychlorinated biphenyls and organochlorine pesticides with sedimentary organic matter of retrogressive thaw slump-affected lakes in the tundra uplands adjacent to the Mackenzie Delta, NT, Canada. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 121: 411-421.

Thienpont, J.R., Korosi, J.B., Hargan, K.E., Williams, T., Eickmeyer, D., Kimpe, L.E., Palmer, M.J., Smol, J.P., and Blais, J.M. (2016) Multi-trophic level response to extreme metal contamination from gold mining in a subarctic lake.  Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological, 283: 20161125.

Korosi, J.B., Eickmeyer, D.C., Chin, K.S., Palmer, M.J., Kimpe, L.E., and Blais, J.M. (2016) Examining spatial patterns in polycyclic aromatic compounds measured in stream macroinvertebrates near a small subarctic oil and gas operation. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 188: 189, doi: 10.1007/s10661-016-5175-9.


Korosi, J.B., Eickmeyer, D.C., Thienpont, J.R., Palmer, M.J., Kimpe, L.E., and Blais, J.M. (2016) Assessing the contribution of combustion-derived contaminants to a remote subarctic environment from traffic on the Tibbitt to Contwoyto winter road (Northwest Territories, Canada). Science of the Total Environment, 553: 96-106.


Labaj, A.L., Korosi, J.B., Kurek, J., Jeziorski, A., Keller W.B., and Smol, J.P. (2016) The responses of Bosmina size structure to the acidification and subsequent recovery of lakes near Sudbury, Canada. Journal of Limnology, 75: 22-29.

Stewart, E., Coleman, K.A., Korosi, J.B., Thienpont, J.R., Palmer, M.J., Blais, J.M., and Smol, J.P. (2016) Assessing environmental stressors on a commercial walleye fishery from a large northern ecosystem (Tathlina Lake) using water chemistry and paleolimnology. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 42: 217-222.