|Patterns and interpretation of mercury exposure in freshwater avian communities in northeastern North America|
DC Evers, NM Burgess, L Champoux, B Hoskins, A Major, WM Goodale, ...
Ecotoxicology 14 (1), 193-221, 2005
|Geographic trend in mercury measured in common loon feathers and blood|
DC Evers, JD Kaplan, MW Meyer, PS Reaman, WE Braselton, A Major, ...
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 17 (2), 173-183, 1998
|Methylmercury exposure associated with reduced productivity in common loons|
NM Burgess, MW Meyer
Ecotoxicology 17 (2), 83-91, 2008
|An assessment of the toxicological significance of anthropogenic contaminants in Canadian arctic wildlife|
AT Fisk, CA De Wit, M Wayland, ZZ Kuzyk, N Burgess, R Letcher, ...
Science of the Total Environment 351, 57-93, 2005
|Mercury in freshwater fish of northeast North America–a geographic perspective based on fish tissue monitoring databases|
NC Kamman, NM Burgess, CT Driscoll, HA Simonin, W Goodale, ...
Ecotoxicology 14 (1), 163-180, 2005
|Relationships among mercury, selenium, and neurochemical parameters in common loons (Gavia immer) and bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus)|
AM Scheuhammer, N Basu, NM Burgess, JE Elliott, GD Campbell, ...
Ecotoxicology 17 (2), 93-101, 2008
|Toxicity of dietary methylmercury to fish: derivation of ecologically meaningful threshold concentrations|
DC Depew, N Basu, NM Burgess, LM Campbell, EW Devlin, PE Drevnick, ...
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 31 (7), 1536-1547, 2012
|Flame retardants in eggs of four gull species (Laridae) from breeding sites spanning Atlantic to Pacific Canada|
D Chen, RJ Letcher, NM Burgess, L Champoux, JE Elliott, CE Hebert, ...
Environmental Pollution 168, 1-9, 2012
|Mercury and other contaminants in common loons breeding in Atlantic Canada|
NM Burgess, DC Evers, JD Kaplan
Ecotoxicology 14 (1), 241-252, 2005
|An overview of mercury concentrations in freshwater fish species: a national fish mercury dataset for Canada|
DC Depew, NM Burgess, MR Anderson, R Baker, SP Bhavsar, RA Bodaly, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70 (3), 436-451, 2013
|Marine foraging birds as bioindicators of mercury in the Gulf of Maine|
MW Goodale, DC Evers, SE Mierzykowski, AL Bond, NM Burgess, ...
EcoHealth 5 (4), 409-425, 2008
|Mercury biomagnification in the food webs of acidic lakes in Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site, Nova Scotia|
B Wyn, KA Kidd, NM Burgess, RA Curry
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66 (9), 1532-1545, 2009
|Reproduction of cavity‐nesting birds in pesticide‐sprayed apple orchards in southern Ontario, Canada, 1988–1994|
CA Bishop, B Collins, P Mineau, NM Burgess, WF Read, C Risley
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 19 (3), 588-599, 2000
|Mercury trends in herring gull (Larus argentatus) eggs from Atlantic Canada, 1972–2008: temporal change or dietary shift?|
NM Burgess, AL Bond, CE Hebert, E Neugebauer, L Champoux
Environmental Pollution 172, 216-222, 2013
|Interactive mortality factors in common loons from Maritime Canada|
PY Daoust, G Conboy, S McBurney, N Burgess
Journal of Wildlife Diseases 34 (3), 524-531, 1998
|Perfluoroalkyl carboxylates and sulfonates and precursors in relation to dietary source tracers in the eggs of four species of gulls (Larids) from breeding sites spanning …|
WA Gebbink, RJ Letcher, NM Burgess, L Champoux, JE Elliott, CE Hebert, ...
Environment International 37 (7), 1175-1182, 2011
|Lead and stable lead isotope ratios in soil, earthworms, and bones of American woodcock (Scolopax minor) from eastern Canada|
AM Scheuhammer, DE Bond, NM Burgess, J Rodrigue
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 22 (11 …, 2003
|Derivation of screening benchmarks for dietary methylmercury exposure for the common loon (Gavia immer): Rationale for use in ecological risk assessment|
DC Depew, N Basu, NM Burgess, LM Campbell, DC Evers, KA Grasman, ...
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 31 (10), 2399-2407, 2012
|PCBs in sediments and the coastal food web near a local contaminant source in Saglek Bay, Labrador|
ZA Kuzyk, JP Stow, NM Burgess, SM Solomon, KJ Reimer
Science of the Total Environment 351, 264-284, 2005
|European starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) suggest that landfills are an important source of bioaccumulative flame retardants to Canadian terrestrial ecosystems|
D Chen, P Martin, NM Burgess, L Champoux, JE Elliott, DJ Forsyth, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (21), 12238-12247, 2013