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ECCC_WSTD_Proteomic analyses reveal toxicity of chlorhexidine.pdf | 1.3 MB
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Proteomic Analyses of Chlorhexidine Tolerance Mechanisms in Delftia acidovorans Biofilms Proteomic Analyses of Chlorhexidine Tolerance Mechanisms in Delftia acidovorans Biofilms Tara Rema,a Prabhakara Medihala,a John R. Lawrence,b Sinisa Vidovic,c Gary G. Leppard,d Marcia Reid,e Darren R. Korbera Food and Bioproduct Sciences, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canadaa; Env
ECCC_STB_WLSD_Methylsiloxanes and organophosphate esters in Canadian bird eggs.pdf | 1.09 MB
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Volatile Methylsiloxanes and Organophosphate Esters in the Eggs of European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) and Congeneric Gull Species from Locations across Canada Volatile Methylsiloxanes and Organophosphate Esters in the Eggs of European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) and Congeneric Gull Species from Locations across Canada Zhe Lu,† Pamela A. Martin,*,‡ Neil M. Burgess,§ Louise Ch
ECCC_STB_WLSD_Migratory period and Monarch Butterfly wing morphology.pdf | 1.34 MB
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Migration distance as a selective episode for wing morphology in a migratory insect RESEARCH Open Access Migration distance as a selective episode for wing morphology in a migratory insect D. T. Tyler Flockhart1* , Blair Fitz-gerald1, Lincoln P. Brower2, Rachael Derbyshire1, Sonia Alt
ECCC_WSTD_Metabolic microdomains in bacterial microcolonies.pdf | 3.57 MB
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Complex organic corona formation on carbon nanotubes reduces microbial toxicity by suppressing reactive oxygen species production Environmental Science Nano PAPER Cite this: Environ. Sci.: Nano, 2016, 3, 181 Received 23rd October 2015, Accepted 11th December 2015 DOI: 10.1039/c5en00229j rsc.li/es-nano Complex o
ECCC_WSTD_Freshwater mussels in an urban watershed.pdf | 1,010.48 KB
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Freshwater mussels in an urban watershed: Impacts of anthropogenic inputs and habitat alterations on populations an u ratio cInni cience an ife and La aterloo, O downstream of an urban area com- • 98% drop in abundance immediately downstream of wastewater treatment plant outfall Received 9 May 2016 systems near urban centers, which often impairs aquatic populations and communities. This study examined
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Fournier transformation of biomarkers.pdf | 1.55 MB
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1 Volume 2017; Issue 01 Biomarkers and Applications Research Article Gagné F and André C. Biomark Applic 2017: 102. Fourier Transformation Analysis of Stress Biomarkers in Mussels Exposed to Lethal Municipal Effluents. François Gagné 1* and André C 2 1*,2 Environment and Climate Change ,Montréal, Québec, Canada *Corresponding author: Gagné F, Environment and Climate Change, Montréal, Québec, Ca
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Effects of emerging flame retardants in juvenile rainbow trout .pdf | 1,014.97 KB
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Effects of food-borne exposure of juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) to emerging brominated flame retardants 1,2-bis(2,4,6-tribromophenoxy)ethane and 2-ethylhexyl-2,3,4,5-tetrabromobenzoate Aquatic Toxicology 186 (2017) 40–49 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Aquatic Toxicology journa l homepage
ECCC_STB_WLSD_Contributions of Actual and Simulated Satellite SAR Data for Substrate Type Differentiation and Shoreline Mapping in the Canadian Arctic.pdf | 1.69 MB
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Contributions of Actual and Simulated Satellite SAR Data for Substrate Type Differentiation and Shoreline Mapping in the Canadian Arctic remote sensing Article Contributions of Actual and Simulated Satellite SAR Data for Substrate Type Differentiation and Shoreline Mapping in the Canadian Arctic Sarah Banks 1,*, Koreen Millard 2, Amir Behnamian 1, Lori White 1, Tob
ECCC_WSTD_Toxicity of salt-impacted winter road runoff to freshwater mussels.pdf | 1.15 MB
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Assessing the toxicity and risk of salt-impacted winter road runoff to the early life stages of freshwater mussels in the Canadian province of Ontario p ls L. a r t i c l e i n f o Article history: Received 6 April 2017 Received in revised form 1 July 2017 ada is most commonly in the form of sodium chloride (97%), with
ECCC_STB_WLSD_A Systematic Approach for Variable Selection With Random Forests-Achieving Stable Variable Importance Values-EN-2017.pdf | 569.81 KB
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C:\JMS_V4.1\WF_Files\JMS\PaginatedPdf\R268\Correction_and_QC\LGRS-BEHNAMIAN-2745049\lgrs-behnamian-2745049-proof.dvi 1988 IEEE GEOSCIENCE AND REMOTE SENSING LETTERS, VOL. 14, NO. 11, NOVEMBER 2017 A Systematic Approach for Variable Selection With Random Forests: Achieving Stable Variable Importance Values Amir Behnamian, Koreen Millard, Sarah N. Banks, Lori White, Murray Richardson, and Jon Pasher Abstrac
ECCC_STB_WLSD_Halogenated persistent organic pollutants in Hudson Bay polar bears.pdf | 1.28 MB
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Legacy and new halogenated persistent organic pollutants in polar bears from a contamination hotspot in the Arctic, Hudson Bay Canada nate otsp , Dyc onment a tawa, ON ment, Ha Change, samples of polar bears collected in 2013–2014 from Southern (SHB) and Western tion
ECCC_WSTD_Duration of exposure impacts effects of triclosan on microbial communities.pdf | 3.45 MB
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Resilience and recovery: The effect of triclosan exposure timing during development, on the structure and function of river biofilm communities Aquatic Toxicology 161 (2015) 253–266 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Aquatic Toxicology j ourna l h
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Short-term exposure impacts of atrazine in green algae.pdf | 665.99 KB
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Does a short-term exposure to atrazine provoke cellular senescence in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii? Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Aquatic Toxicology journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/aqtox Does a short-term exposure to atrazine provoke cellular senescence in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii? Mar
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Toxicity of naphthenic acids to invertebrates - Extracts from oil sands process-affected water versus commercial mixtures.pdf | 736.6 KB
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Toxicity of naphthenic acids to invertebrates: Extracts from oil sands process-affected water versus commercial mixtures Toxicity of naphthenic acids to invertebra process-affected water versus commercia Adrienne
ECCC_WSTD_Innovative approaches for imaging biofilms.pdf | 2.24 MB
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Innovative techniques, sensors, and approaches for imaging biofilms at different scales e g rg Review cycle which includes dispersal of differentiated cells [1], microbial communities are frequently found at interfaces as stationary biofilms. They may also occur as mobile bioaggregates, flocs, or granules. Other appearances in nature may be in the
ECCC_STB_ASTD_Adaptive probability thresholding in automated ice and open water detection from RADARSAT-2 images.pdf | 2.92 MB
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C:\JMS_V4.1\WF_Files\JMS\PaginatedPdf\R268\Correction_and_QC\LGRS-KOMAROV-2806189\lgrs-komarov-2806189-proof.dvi 552 IEEE GEOSCIENCE AND REMOTE SENSING LETTERS, VOL. 15, NO. 4, APRIL 2018 Adaptive Probability Thresholding in Automated Ice and Open Water Detection From RADARSAT-2 Images Alexander S. Komarov , Member, IEEE, and Mark Buehner Abstract— In this letter, we introduce adaptive probability thresho
ECCC_STB_SRAD_Fate and Exposure Modeling in Regulatory Chemical Evaluation - New Directions from Retrospection.docx | 22.52 KB
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Fate and Exposure Modeling in Regulatory Chemical Evaluation: New Directions from Retrospection Mark A. Bonnella,[footnoteRef:1], Angelika Zidekb, Adam Griffiths b and Don Gutzmana [1: *Corresponding author at Environment and Climate Change Canada, 351 St. Joseph Blvd., Gatineau, Québec K1A 0H3. Tel: 819-938-5085 Fax: 819-938-5140. Email: mark.
ECCC_STB_ASTD_Atmospheric Mercury in the Canadian Arctic. Part I. a review of recent field measurements.pdf | 1.77 MB
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Atmospheric mercury in the Canadian Arctic. Part I: A review of recent field measurements Review Atmospheric mercury in th field measurements Alexandra Steffen a,⁎, Igor Lehnher f g rch, Toro Environm Sherbroo d Oceani pment Di arch Divi arch Div tudes. Despite numer
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Flame retardants in ringed seals across the Canadian Arctic.pdf | 1.32 MB
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Spatial and temporal trends of alternative flame retardants and polybrominated diphenyl ethers in ringed seals (Phoca hispida) across the Canadian Arctic ve d M. Houde a, *, X. Wang b, S.H. Fer M. Kwan g, D.C.G. Muir b a Environment and Climate Change Canada, 105 McGill
ECCC_WSTD_Effects of carbon nanotubes on riverine microbial communities.pdf | 7.55 MB
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Effects of fullerene (C60), multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), single wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNT) and hydroxyl and carboxyl modified single wall carbon nanotubes on riverine microbial communities RESEARCH ARTICLE Effects of fullerene (C60), multi-wall ca
ECCC_SRAD_Age-dependent flame retardant accumulation in fish.pdf | 2.81 MB
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es7b02338 1..10 Halogenated Flame Retardants in Predator and Prey Fish From the Laurentian Great Lakes: Age-Dependent Accumulation and Trophic Transfer Guanyong Su,†,‡,§ Robert J. Letcher,*,†,§ Daryl J. McGoldrick,∥ and Sean M. Backus∥ †Ecotoxicology and Wildlife Health Division, Environment and Climate Change Canada, National Wildlife Research Centre, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H3, C
ECCC_STB_WSTD_Evaluating the potential of effluents from pulp and paper mills in Brazil, Canada, and New Zealand to affect fish reproduction - Estrogenic effects in fish.pdf | 655.34 KB
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Evaluating the potential of effluent extracts from pulp and paper mills in Canada, Brazil, and New Zealand to affect fish reproduction: Estrogenic effects in fish EVALUATINGTHE POTENTIALOF EFFLUENTEXTRACTS FROMPULPANDPAPERMILLS IN CANADA, BRAZIL, AND NEW ZEALAND TO AFFECT FISH REPRODUCTION: ESTROGENIC EFFECTS IN FISH RODRIGO ORREGO,*yz CRAIG B. MILESTONE,x L. MARK HEWITT,x JOHN GUCHARDI,z TATIANA HE
ECCC_STB_ASTD_A High-Precision Passive Air Sampler for Gaseous Mercury..pdf | 1.78 MB
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ez5b00319 1..6 A High-Precision Passive Air Sampler for Gaseous Mercury David S. McLagan,† Carl P. J. Mitchell,† Haiyong Huang,† Ying Duan Lei,† Amanda S. Cole,‡ Alexandra Steffen,‡ Hayley Hung,‡ and Frank Wania*,† †Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences, University of Toronto Scarborough, 1265 Military Trail, Toronto, ON M1C 1A4, Canada ‡Air Quality Processes Research Section, Environmen
ECCC_STB_SRAD_Soil N2O-PR Emissions - Exploring Relationships Variables .pdf | 892.82 KB
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1 Soil nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural soils in Canada: 1 exploring relationships with soil, crop and climatic variables 2 3 THE LIST OF AUTHORSHIP NEEDS TO BE DETERMINED AT A LATER TIME 4 5 Philippe Rochette 1§ , Chang Liang 2* , Onil Bergeron 1 , David Pelster 3 , Marie-Eve Bernard 1 , 6 Reynald Lemke 4 , Roland Kroebel 5 , Douglas MacDona
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