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Prediction of a modern gold mine's contaminant dispersion and deposition in a river mixing zone
Study site: Placer Dome Canada's Musselwhite Mine near Pickle Lake Ontario.
Use of wetlands to remediate gold mine effluent
The effluent from Musselwhite Mine was examined to determine the improvement to water quality as it passed through a treatment wetland prior to final discharge to the receiving water body. Potential toxicity problems ...
Nesting ecology of a population of red-necked grebes in Northwestern Ontario
One of the largest, documented breeding populations of Red-necked Grebes (Podiceps grisegena holboelli) in the world was studied at Whitefish Lake, Ontario in 1993 and 1994. Whitefish Lake (WFL) represents a unique area ...
The Decline of a Northern Lake Superior marsh : a study of the cause and effect
This study quantified the loss of vegetation in Mission Marsh located within the city limits of Thunder Bay on the northern shore of Lake Superior, suggested the most likely cause of this vegetation loss, and examined in ...
Efficacy of various Hypholoma spp. and Phlebiopsis gigantea as biocontrol agents against root rotting fungi Armillaria ostoyae
Conifer plantations are thinned to maximise production of high-quality timber for lumber, fire wood, and utility poles. However, thinning increases susceptibility to pathogens such as Armillaria ostoyae, a native basidiomycete ...