Emily M. Stewart
Emily M. Stewart
Postdoctoral Fellow, York University
Verified email at yorku.ca
TitleCited byYear
Contrasting the effects of climatic, nutrient, and oxygen dynamics on subfossil chironomid assemblages: a paleolimnological experiment from eutrophic High Arctic ponds
EM Stewart, N Michelutti, JM Blais, ML Mallory, MSV Douglas, JP Smol
Journal of paleolimnology 49 (2), 205-219, 2013
272013
Assessing the efficacy of chironomid and diatom assemblages in tracking eutrophication in High Arctic sewage ponds
EM Stewart, R McIver, N Michelutti, MSV Douglas, JP Smol
Hydrobiologia 721 (1), 251-268, 2014
142014
Tracking the history and ecological changes of rising double-crested cormorant populations using pond sediments from islands in eastern Lake Ontario
EM Stewart, N Michelutti, S Shenstone-Harris, C Grooms, C Weseloh, ...
PloS one 10 (7), e0134167, 2015
102015
Assessing environmental stressors on a commercial walleye fishery from a large northern ecosystem (Tathlina Lake) using water chemistry and paleolimnology
EM Stewart, KA Coleman, JB Korosi, JR Thienpont, MJ Palmer, JM Blais, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 42 (2), 217-222, 2016
72016
Sterols and stanols as novel tracers of waterbird population dynamics in freshwater ponds
KE Hargan, EM Stewart, N Michelutti, C Grooms, LE Kimpe, ML Mallory, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1877), 20180631, 2018
42018
A Paleoenvironmental Study Tracking Eutrophication, Mining Pollution, and Climate Change in Niven Lake, the First Sewage Lagoon of Yellowknife (Northwest Territories).
EM Stewart, KE Hargan, B Sivarajah, LE Kimpe, JM Blais, JP Smol
Arctic 71 (2), 2018
32018
The role of chironomids as paleoecological indicators of eutrophication in shallow lakes across a broad latitudinal gradient
E Stewart
12018
Pond sediments on nesting islands in eastern Lake Ontario provide insights into the population dynamics and impacts of waterbird colonies
EM Stewart, M Vu, N Michelutti, K Hargan, C Grooms, LE Kimpe, JM Blais, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 45 (2), 350-359, 2019
2019
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