Brian Branfireun
Brian Branfireun
University of Western Ontario. London Ontario Canada
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Whole-ecosystem study shows rapid fish-mercury response to changes in mercury deposition
RC Harris, JWM Rudd, M Amyot, CL Babiarz, KG Beaty, PJ Blanchfield, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (42), 16586-16591, 2007
Recovery of mercury-contaminated fisheries
J Munthe, RAD Bodaly, BA Branfireun, CT Driscoll, CC Gilmour, R Harris, ...
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 36 (1), 33-44, 2007
In situ sulphate stimulation of mercury methylation in a boreal peatland: Toward a link between acid rain and methylmercury contamination in remote environments
BA Branfireun, NT Roulet, CA Kelly, JWM Rudd
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 13 (3), 743-750, 1999
Environmental controls on the speciation and distribution of mercury in coastal sediments
EM Sunderland, FAPC Gobas, BA Branfireun, A Heyes
Marine chemistry 102 (1-2), 111-123, 2006
The hydrology and methylmercury dynamics of a Precambrian Shield headwater peatland
BA Branfireun, A Heyes, NT Roulet
Water resources research 32 (6), 1785-1794, 1996
Climate change drives a shift in peatland ecosystem plant community: implications for ecosystem function and stability
CM Dieleman, BA Branfireun, JW McLaughlin, Z Lindo
Global change biology 21 (1), 388-395, 2015
Spatial characteristics of net methylmercury production hot spots in peatlands
CPJ Mitchell, BA Branfireun, RK Kolka
Environmental Science & Technology 42 (4), 1010-1016, 2008
Speciation and bioavailability of mercury in well-mixed estuarine sediments
EM Sunderland, FAPC Gobas, A Heyes, BA Branfireun, AK Bayer, ...
Marine chemistry 90 (1-4), 91-105, 2004
Advances in Canadian wetland hydrology, 1999–2003
JS Price, BA Branfireun, J Michael Waddington, KJ Devito
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (1), 201-214, 2005
Flow reversals in peatlands influenced by local groundwater systems
KJ Devito, JM Waddington, BA Branfireun
Hydrological Processes 11 (1), 103-110, 1997
Mercury dynamics of a temperate forested wetland
ME Galloway, BA Branfireun
Science of the Total Environment 325 (1-3), 239-254, 2004
Assessing sulfate and carbon controls on net methylmercury production in peatlands: An in situ mesocosm approach
CPJ Mitchell, BA Branfireun, RK Kolka
Applied Geochemistry 23 (3), 503-518, 2008
The baseflow and storm flow hydrology of a precambrian shield headwater peatland
BA Branfireun, NT Roulet
Hydrological Processes 12 (1), 57-72, 1998
Rapidly increasing methyl mercury in endangered ivory gull (Pagophila eburnea) feathers over a 130 year record
AL Bond, KA Hobson, BA Branfireun
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1805), 20150032, 2015
Stable isotopes reveal widespread anaerobic methane oxidation across latitude and peatland type
V Gupta, KA Smemo, JB Yavitt, D Fowle, B Branfireun, N Basiliko
Environmental science & technology 47 (15), 8273-8279, 2013
Speciation and transport of newly deposited mercury in a boreal forest wetland: a stable mercury isotope approach
BA Branfireun, DP Krabbenhoft, H Hintelmann, RJ Hunt, JP Hurley, ...
Water resources research 41 (6), 2005
A survey of mercury in air and precipitation across Canada: patterns and trends
AS Cole, A Steffen, CS Eckley, J Narayan, M Pilote, R Tordon, ...
Atmosphere 5 (3), 635-668, 2014
Mercury cycling in boreal ecosystems: The long‐term effect of acid rain constituents on peatland pore water methylmercury concentrations
BA Branfireun, K Bishop, NT Roulet, G Granberg, M Nilsson
Geophysical research letters 28 (7), 1227-1230, 2001
Response of a macrotidal estuary to changes in anthropogenic mercury loading between 1850 and 2000
EM Sunderland, J Dalziel, A Heyes, BA Branfireun, DP Krabbenhoft, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 44 (5), 1698-1704, 2010
Controls on the fate and transport of methylmercury in a boreal headwater catchment, northwestern Ontario, Canada
BA Branfireun, NT Roulet
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 6 (4), 785-794, 2002
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