Micheal Stone
Micheal Stone
Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Management, University of Waterloo
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Implications of land disturbance on drinking water treatability in a changing climate: Demonstrating the need for “source water supply and protection” strategies
MB Emelko, U Silins, KD Bladon, M Stone
Water research 45 (2), 461-472, 2011
Trace metal composition and speciation in street sediment: Sault Ste. Marie, Canada
M Stone, J Marsalek
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 87, 149-169, 1996
Wildfire and the future of water supply
KD Bladon, MB Emelko, U Silins, M Stone
Environmental science & technology 48 (16), 8936-8943, 2014
Sediment production following severe wildfire and post-fire salvage logging in the Rocky Mountain headwaters of the Oldman River Basin, Alberta
U Silins, M Stone, MB Emelko, KD Bladon
Catena 79 (3), 189-197, 2009
Distribution of lead, copper and zinc in size-fractionated river bed sediment in two agricultural catchments of southern Ontario, Canada
M Stone, IG Droppo
Environmental Pollution 93 (3), 353-362, 1996
Intra-annual variability in the contribution of tile drains to basin discharge and phosphorus export in a first-order agricultural catchment
ML Macrae, MC English, SL Schiff, M Stone
Agricultural Water Management 92 (3), 171-182, 2007
Geochemical composition, phosphorus speciation and mass transport of fine-grained sediment in two Lake Erie tributaries
M Stone, MC English
Hydrobiologia 253, 17-29, 1993
The effect of particle size, chemistry and mineralogy of river sediments on phosphate adsorption
M Stone, A Mudroch
Environmental Technology 10 (5), 501-510, 1989
In‐channel surficial fine‐grained sediment laminae. Part I: Physical characteristics and formational processes
IG Droppo, M Stone
Hydrological Processes 8 (2), 101-111, 1994
Wildfire impacts on nitrogen concentration and production from headwater streams in southern Alberta’s Rocky Mountains
KD Bladon, U Silins, MJ Wagner, M Stone, MB Emelko, CA Mendoza, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (9), 2359-2371, 2008
Sediment‐phosphorus dynamics can shift aquatic ecology and cause downstream legacy effects after wildfire in large river systems
MB Emelko, M Stone, U Silins, D Allin, AL Collins, CHS Williams, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (3), 1168-1184, 2016
Five‐year legacy of wildfire and salvage logging impacts on nutrient runoff and aquatic plant, invertebrate, and fish productivity
U Silins, KD Bladon, EN Kelly, E Esch, JR Spence, M Stone, MB Emelko, ...
Ecohydrology 7 (6), 1508-1523, 2014
Sediment source fingerprinting: benchmarking recent outputs, remaining challenges and emerging themes
AL Collins, M Blackwell, P Boeckx, CA Chivers, M Emelko, O Evrard, ...
Journal of soils and sediments 20, 4160-4193, 2020
Floc morphology and size distributions of cohesive sediment in steady-state flow
M Stone, BG Krishnappan
Water Research 37 (11), 2739-2747, 2003
Influence of antecedent hydrologic conditions on patterns of hydrochemical export from a first-order agricultural watershed in Southern Ontario, Canada
ML Macrae, MC English, SL Schiff, M Stone
Journal of Hydrology 389 (1-2), 101-110, 2010
Capturing temporal variability for estimates of annual hydrochemical export from a first‐order agricultural catchment in southern Ontario, Canada
ML Macrae, MC English, SL Schiff, M Stone
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 21 (13), 1651-1663, 2007
In‐channel surficial fine‐grained sediment laminae. Part II: Chemical characteristics and implications for contaminant transport in fluvial systems
M Stone, IG Droppo
Hydrological Processes 8 (2), 113-124, 1994
The use of composite fingerprints to quantify sediment sources in a wildfire impacted landscape, Alberta, Canada
M Stone, AL Collins, U Silins, MB Emelko, YS Zhang
Science of the total environment 473, 642-650, 2014
Biostabilization and erodibility of cohesive sediment deposits in wildfire-affected streams
M Stone, MB Emelko, IG Droppo, U Silins
Water Research 45 (2), 521-534, 2011
Particle size characteristics of suspended sediment in southern Ontario rivers tributary to the Great Lakes
M Stone, H Saunderson
Hydrological processes 6 (2), 189-198, 1992
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