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Examination of Metal Contamination within the UNESCO Designated Rideau River Waterway
The Rideau River Waterway, also known as the Rideau Canal, is a constructed navigation channel that links Ottawa to Kingston, Ontario. Opened in 1832, it was designated a Canadian Heritage Site in 2003 and a UNESCO World ...
The Role of Invasive Bythotrephes longimanus in Lake Food Webs
Bythotrephes longimanus, a predatory exotic cladoceran, has spread rapidly to numerous lakes through the Laurentian Great Lakes region of Ontario and North America. Post-invaded lakes are known to have reduced zooplankton ...
Determining the distribution and fate of mercury in sediments of the Cataraqui River at Kingston, Ontario
The Cataraqui River, which drains 930 square km of watershed before emptying into the inner harbour of Kingston, Ontario (pop: 113,000), has a long history of anthropogenic use. More than 40 industries have existed within ...