Kyra St. Pierre
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The world’s largest High Arctic lake responds rapidly to climate warming
I Lehnherr, VLS Louis, M Sharp, AS Gardner, JP Smol, SL Schiff, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-9, 2018
Temperature and the sulfur cycle control monomethylmercury cycling in high Arctic coastal marine sediments from Allen Bay, Nunavut, Canada
KA St. Pierre, J Chétélat, E Yumvihoze, AJ Poulain
Environmental science & technology 48 (5), 2680-2687, 2014
Importance of open marine waters to the enrichment of total mercury and monomethylmercury in lichens in the Canadian High Arctic
KA St. Pierre, VL St. Louis, JL Kirk, I Lehnherr, S Wang, C La Farge
Environmental science & technology 49 (10), 5930-5938, 2015
Physicochemical drivers of microbial community structure in sediments of Lake Hazen, Nunavut, Canada
MO Ruuskanen, KA St Pierre, VL St Louis, S Aris-Brosou, AJ Poulain
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 1138, 2018
Unprecedented increases in total and methyl mercury concentrations downstream of retrogressive thaw slumps in the western Canadian Arctic
KA St. Pierre, S Zolkos, S Shakil, SE Tank, VL St. Louis, SV Kokelj
Environmental science & technology 52 (24), 14099-14109, 2018
Contemporary limnology of the rapidly changing glacierized watershed of the world’s largest High Arctic lake
KAS Pierre, VLS Louis, I Lehnherr, SL Schiff, DCG Muir, AJ Poulain, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-15, 2019
Drivers of Mercury Cycling in the Rapidly Changing Glacierized Watershed of the High Arctic’s Largest Lake by Volume (Lake Hazen, Nunavut, Canada)
KA St. Pierre, VL St. Louis, I Lehnherr, AS Gardner, JA Serbu, ...
Environmental science & technology 53 (3), 1175-1185, 2018
Tailings ponds of the Athabasca Oil Sands Region, Alberta, Canada, are likely not significant sources of total mercury and methylmercury to nearby ground and surface waters
CE Willis, VL St. Louis, JL Kirk, KA St. Pierre, C Dodge
Science of The Total Environment, 2018
Atmospheric concentrations and wet/dry loadings of mercury at the remote experimental lakes area, Northwestern Ontario, Canada
VL St. Louis, JA Graydon, I Lehnherr, HM Amos, EM Sunderland, ...
Environmental science & technology 53 (14), 8017-8026, 2019
Drivers of net methane uptake across Greenlandic dry heath tundra landscapes
KA St Pierre, BK Danielsen, L Hermesdorf, L D'Imperio, LL Iversen, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 138, 107605, 2019
Freshwater microbial community diversity in a rapidly changing High Arctic watershed
MA Cavaco, VL St. Louis, K Engel, KA St. Pierre, SL Schiff, M Stibal, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 95 (11), fiz161, 2019
Proglacial freshwaters are significant and previously unrecognized sinks of atmospheric CO2
KAS Pierre, VLS Louis, SL Schiff, I Lehnherr, PG Dainard, AS Gardner, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (36), 17690-17695, 2019
Fate and transport of perfluoroalkyl substances from snowpacks into a lake in the High Arctic of Canada
JJ MacInnis, I Lehnherr, DCG Muir, KA St. Pierre, VL St. Louis, C Spencer, ...
Environmental science & technology 53 (18), 10753-10762, 2019
Glacial Melt Inputs of Organophosphate Ester Flame Retardants to the Largest High Arctic Lake
Y Sun, AO De Silva, KA St. Pierre, DCG Muir, C Spencer, I Lehnherr, ...
Environmental Science & Technology, 2020
Microbial genomes retrieved from High Arctic lake sediments encode for adaptation to cold and oligotrophic environments
MO Ruuskanen, G Colby, KA St. Pierre, VL St. Louis, S Aris‐Brosou, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 65, S233-S247, 2020
High Arctic Dust Storms and Their Potential Impacts on Freshwater Ecosystems
VLS Louis, KAS Pierre
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
The use of hair as a proxy for total and methylmercury burdens in polar bear muscle tissue
T Bechshoft, M Dyck, KAS Pierre, AE Derocher, VS Louis
Science of the total environment 686, 1120-1128, 2019
Climate change lowers diversity and functional potential of microbes in Canada’s high Arctic
GA Colby, MO Ruuskanen, KAS Pierre, VLS Louis, AJ Poulain, ...
bioRxiv, 705178, 2019
Characterizig microbial communities in a rapidly changing, glacially dominated high Arctic watershed
M Cavaco, V St Louis, K Engel, K St Pierre, M Stibal, JD Neufeld
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 20, 3504, 2018
Biogeochemical impacts of glacial meltwaters across a High Arctic watershed (Lake Hazen, Nunavut, Canada)
K St Pierre
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