Dewey W. Dunnington
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ggplot2: Create elegant data visualisations using the grammar of graphics
H Wickham, W Chang, L Henry, TL Pedersen, K Takahashi, C Wilke, ...
R package version 2 (1), 2016
ggspatial: Spatial Data Framework for ggplot2
D Dunnington, B Thorne
R package version1 1, 2020
A paleolimnological archive of metal sequestration and release in the Cumberland Basin Marshes, Atlantic Canada
DW Dunnington, H White, IS Spooner, ML Mallory, C White, NJ O’Driscoll, ...
Facets 2 (1), 440-460, 2017
A geochemical perspective on the impact of development at Alta Lake, British Columbia, Canada
DW Dunnington, IS Spooner, CE White, RJ Cornett, D Williamson, ...
Journal of paleolimnology 56 (4), 315-330, 2016
Anthropogenic activity in the Halifax region, Nova Scotia, Canada, as recorded by bulk geochemistry of lake sediments
DW Dunnington, IS Spooner, WH Krkošek, GA Gagnon, RJ Cornett, ...
Lake and Reservoir Management 34 (4), 334-348, 2018
Prettymapr: Scale bar, North arrow, and pretty margins in R
D Dunnington
Boat Harbour gravity core sediment survey
I Spooner, D Dunnington
Draft report to Nova Scotia Lands Inc, 15, 2016
Evaluating the utility of elemental measurements obtained from factory-calibrated field-portable X-Ray fluorescence units for aquatic sediments
DW Dunnington, IS Spooner, ML Mallory, CE White, GA Gagnon
Environmental Pollution 249, 45-53, 2019
Using Paleolimnological Methods to Track Late Holocene Environmental Change at Long Lake, New Brunswick-Nova Scotia Border Region, Canada
DW Dunnington
Acadia University, 2011
Application of the paleolimnological method in the environmental assessment of effluent-influenced freshwater sediment: an example from northern Nova Scotia, Canada
B Holmes, K Davidson, I Spooner, T Walker, C Lake, D Dunnington
Atlantic Geology, 2018
Late Holocene records of changing moisture regime from wetlands in southwestern Nova Scotia, Canada: implications for wetland conservation and restoration
I Spooner, S Principato, N Hill, H White, D Dunnington, T Neily, S Stolze
Northeastern Naturalist 24 (3), 331-348, 2017
Modeling the effect of convex upward sediment deformation and horizontal core sectioning on paleolimnological data
DW Dunnington, IS Spooner
Journal of Paleolimnology 57 (4), 361-368, 2017
The distribution and transport of lead over two centuries as recorded by lake sediments from northeastern North America
DW Dunnington, S Roberts, SA Norton, IS Spooner, J Kurek, JL Kirk, ...
Science of The Total Environment 737, 140212, 2020
Evaluating the performance of calculated elemental measures in sediment archives
DW Dunnington, BRB Gregory, IS Spooner, CE White, GA Gagnon
Journal of Paleolimnology 64, 155-166, 2020
Using a linked table-based structure to encode self-describing multiparameter spatiotemporal data
DW Dunnington, IS Spooner
Facets 3 (1), 326-337, 2018
Spatiotemporal assessment of metal concentrations of pre-effluent estuarine sediments in a freshwater kraft pulp mill taillings pond in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, using …
K Davidson, B Holmes, I Spooner, C Lake, T Walker, D Dunnington
Atlantic Geology, 2017
A 500-year applied paleolimnological assessment of environmental change at Alta Lake, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
DW Dunnington
Acadia University, 2015
Chemical recovery and browning of Nova Scotia surface waters in response to declining acid deposition
D Redden, BF Trueman, DW Dunnington, LE Anderson, GA Gagnon
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 23 (3), 446-456, 2021
Application of the paleolimnological method to assess metal contaminant distribution (As, Cu, Pb, Zn) in pulp mill stabilization basin sediments, Nova Scotia, Canada
KB Davidson, BEJ Holmes, IS Spooner, DW Dunnington, TR Walker, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-14, 2021
Comparing the Predictive Performance, Interpretability, and Accessibility of Machine Learning and Physically Based Models for Water Treatment
DW Dunnington, BF Trueman, WJ Raseman, LE Anderson, GA Gagnon
ACS ES&T Engineering 1 (3), 348-356, 2020
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