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Refereed Publications

Campbell, S. H., P.R. Williamson, and B,D. Hall. 2017. Prevalence of Microplastics in Gastrointestinal Tracts of Fish and Water from Wascana Creek. FACETS 2:395-409. DOI: 10.1139/facets-2017-0008.

Boczulak, S.A., M. Vanderwel, and B.D. Hall. 2017. Survey of mercury in Boreal Chorus (Pseudacris maculata) and Wood (Rana sylvatica) frog tadpoles from wetland ponds in the Prairie Pothole Region of Canada. FACETS 2:315-329. DOI: 10.1139/facets-2016-0041.

Paranjape, A.R. and B.D. Hall. 2017. Recent advances in the study of mercury methylation in aquatic systems. FACETS 2:85-119. DOI: 10.1139/facets-2016-0027

Hall, B.D., J.L. Doucette, L.M. Bates, A. Bugajski, S. Niyogi, and C.M. Somers. 2014. Differential trends in mercury accumulation in Double Crested Cormorant populations of Canadian Prairie. Ecotoxicology. 23:419-428. DOI: 10.1007/s10646-014-1207-9.

Clayden, M.G., K.A. Kidd, J. Chételat, B.D. Hall, and E. Garcia. 2014. Environmental, geographic and trophic influences on methylmercury concentrations in macroinvertebrates from lakes and wetlands across Canada. Ecotoxicology. 23:273-284. DOI 10.1007/s10646-013-1171-9.

Hall, B.D. 2014. Guest Editorial: Science communication. Schol Res Comm. 5:1.

Bates, L.M. and B. D. Hall. Investigating the bioaccumulation of methylmercury in invertebrates from Saskatchewan prairie pothole wetlands. Environ. Sci. Technol. Submitted November 2010

Bittrich, D.R., B. D. Hall, A.P. Rutter, J.J. Schauer. Photodecomposition of methylmercury in atmospheric waters. Aerosol Air Qua. Res. Submitted November 2010.

K.R. Rolfhus, B. D. Hall, B. Monson, M.P. Paterson, J. Jeremiason, and L. Chasar. Assessment of mercury bioaccumulation within the lower food web of lakes in the western Great Lakes Region. Ecotoxicology. Submitted in November 2010

Hall, B.D., L.A. Baron, and C.M. Somers. 2009. Mercury concentrations in surface water and harvested waterfowl from the prairie pothole region of Saskatchewan. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43(23):8759-8766.

Hall, B.D., K.P. Cherewyk, M.J. Paterson, and R.A. Bodaly. 2009. Changes in methyl mercury concentrations in zooplankton from four experimental reservoirs with differing amounts of carbon in the flooded catchments. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 66:1910-1919.

Marvin-DiPasquale, M.C, M.A. Lutz, M.E. Brigham, D.P. Krabbenhoft, G.R. Aiken, W.H. Orem, and B. D. Hall. 2009. Mercury cycling in stream ecosystems: 2. Benthic methylmercury production and bed sediment-porewater partitioning. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43(8): 2726–2732. Note: This publication was chosen by the editors to be featured in Environ. Sci. Technol. Online News.

Graydon, J.A., V.L. St. Louis, H. Hintlemann, S.E. Lindberg, K.A. Sandilands, J.W.M. Rudd, C.A. Kelly,B. D. Hall, and L.D. Mowat. 2008. Long-term wet and dry deposition of total and methyl mercury in the remote boreal ecoregion of Canada. Environ. Sci. Technol. 42(22):8345-8351.

Hall, B.D., G.R. Aiken, D.P. Krabbenhoft, M.C. Marvin-DiPasquale, and C.M. Swarzenski. 2008. Wetlands as Principal Zones of Methylmercury Production in Southern Louisiana and the Gulf of Mexico Region. Environ. Pollution. 154:124-134.

Hall, B.D., M.L. Olson, A.P. Rutter, R.R. Frontiera, D.P. Krabbenhoft, D.S. Gross, M. Yuen, T.M. Rudolph, J.J. Schauer. 2006. Atmospheric mercury speciation in Yellowstone National Park. Sci. Total Environ. 367:354-366.

Hall, B.D., H. Manolopolous, J.P. Hurley, J.J. Schauer, C.L. Babiarz, L. Cleckner, and G.J. Keeler. 2005. Methyl and total mercury in precipitation in the Great Lakes Region. Atmos. Environ. 39:7557-7569.

Hall, B.D., V.L. St. Louis, K.R. Rolfhus, R.A. Bodaly, K.G. Beaty, M. Paterson and K.A. Peech Cherewyk. 2005. Impacts of reservoir creation on the biogeochemical cycling of methylmercury and total mercury in boreal forest uplands. Ecosystems. 8:248-266.

Matthews, C.J.D., E.M. Joyce, V.L. St. Louis, S.L. Schiff, J. J. Venkiteswaran, B. D. Hall, R.A. Bodaly, and K. G. Beaty. 2005. Carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) production in small reservoirs flooding upland Boreal forests. Ecosystems. 8:267-285.

Hall, B.D., and V.L. St. Louis. 2004. Methylmercury and total mercury in plant litter decomposing in upland forests and flooded landscapes. Environ. Sci. Technol. 38:5010-5021.

Bodaly, R.A., K.R. Rolfhus, A.F. Penn, K.G. Beaty, B. D. Hall, L.H. Hendzel, J.P. Hurley, M. Mailman, A.R. Majewski, C.J.D. Matthews, M.J. Paterson, K.A. Peech, V.L. St. Louis, S.L. Schiff, and J.J. Venkiteswaran. 2004. Experimenting with hydroelectric reservoirs. Environ. Sci. Technol. 38:347A-352A. Note: This publication was chosen by the editors to be featured on the cover of the September issue of Environ. Sci. Technol.

Hall, B.D., V.L. St. Louis, and R.A. Bodaly. 2004. The stimulation of methylmercury production by decomposition of flooded birch leaves and jack pine needles. Biogeochemistry. 68:107-129.

St Louis, V.L., J.W.M. Rudd, C.A. Kelly, B. D. Hall, K.R. Rolfhus, and K.J. Scott. 2001. The forest canopy as a possible important input of methyl mercury and inorganic mercury to boreal ecosystems. Environ. Sci. Technol. 35:3089-3098. Note: This publicati on was chosen by the editors to be featured in Environ. Sci. Technol. Online News.

Hall, B.D., D.M. Rosenberg, and A.P. Wiens. 1998. Methyl mercury in aquatic insects from an experimental reservoir. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 55:2036-2047.

Hall, B.D., R.A. Bodaly, R.J.P. Fudge, and J.W.M. Rudd. 1997. Food as the dominant pathway of methylmercury uptake by fish. Water Air Soil Pollut. 100:13-24.

Bodaly, R.A., V.L. St. Louis, M.J. Paterson, R.J.P. Fudge, B. D. Hall, D.M. Rosenberg, and J.W.M. Rudd. 1997. Bioaccumulation of mercury in the aquatic food chain in newly flooded areas. In: Mercury and its effects on environment and biology. H. Sigel and A. Sigel (eds.), Marcel Dekker, New York, N.Y. pg. 259-287.

Malley, D.F., A.R. Stewart, and B. D. Hall. 1996. Uptake of methylmercury by the floater mussel,Pyganodon grandis (Bivalvia, Unionidae) caged in a flooded wetland. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 15:928-936.