Monica Emelko
Monica Emelko
Professor and Canada Research Chair in Water Science, Technology & Policy, 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
1982011
Wildfire and the future of water supply
KD Bladon, MB Emelko, U Silins, M Stone
Environmental Science & Technology 48 (16), 8936-8943, 2014
1392014
Effects of media, backwash, and temperature on full-scale biological filtration
MB Emelko, PM Huck, BM Coffey, EF Smith
Journal (American Water Works Association) 98 (12), 61-73, 2006
1332006
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
1102009
Removal of viable and inactivated Cryptosporidium by dual-and tri-media filtration
MB Emelko
Water Research 37 (12), 2998-3008, 2003
872003
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
792008
Effects of filter operation on Cryptosporidium removal
PM Huck, BM Coffey, MB Emelko, DD Maurizio, RM Slawson, ...
Journal (American Water Works Association) 94 (6), 97-111, 2002
792002
Transport and retention of a bacteriophage and microspheres in saturated, angular porous media: Effects of ionic strength and grain size
PSK Knappett, MB Emelko, J Zhuang, LD McKay
Water Research 42 (16), 4368-4378, 2008
662008
Microspheres as surrogates for filtration of Cryptosporidium
MB Emelko, PM Huck
Journal (American Water Works Association) 96 (3), 94-105, 2004
60*2004
A review of Cryptosporidium removal by granular media filtration
MB Emelko, PM Huck, BM Coffey
Journal‐American Water Works Association 97 (12), 101-115, 2005
592005
Cryptosporidium and microsphere removal during late in cycle filtration
MB Emelko, PM Huck, IP Douglas
Journal (American Water Works Association) 95 (5), 173-182, 2003
572003
Filter operation effects on pathogen passage
PM Huck, MB Emelko, BM Coffee, DD Maurizio, CR O'Melia
Filter operation effects on pathogen passage, 2001
54*2001
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
512014
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, 2015
492015
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
482011
Chitosan and metal salt coagulant impacts on Cryptosporidium and microsphere removal by filtration
TJ Brown, MB Emelko
Water Research 43 (2), 331-338, 2009
472009
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
462014
The effect of bed age and shear stress on the particle morphology of eroded cohesive river sediment in an annular flume
M Stone, BG Krishnappan, MB Emelko
Water Research 42 (15), 4179-4187, 2008
462008
The utility of microspheres as surrogates for the transport of E. coli RS2g in partially saturated agricultural soil
JM Passmore, DL Rudolph, MMF Mesquita, EE Cey, MB Emelko
Water Research 44 (4), 1235-1245, 2010
452010
Removal of Cryptosporidium parvum by granular media filtration
MB Emelko
University of Waterloo, 2001
452001
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