|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