Specialized Articles

Notable Contributions:

Landells. 2016. Atopic Dermatitis: A Review of the Petite Study, Elsevier Perspectives in Dermatology, 1(2).

Ross, N. 2011. Nanomedicine: Prospects, Risks and Regulatory Issues, Regulatory Focus, 16(12):8-13. (http://www.raps.org/focus-online/features/tag/697/delivery.aspx)

Ross N. 2010. Les nanoparticules pour le traitement des eaux, InfraStructures, 15(5). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0510/nano.htm)

Landells. 2016. Atopic Dermatitis: A Review of the Petite Study, Elsevier Perspectives in Dermatology, 1(2).

Ross, N. 2012. Engineers Should Collaborate with Architects on Bridges, Says Panel, Canadian Consulting Engineering – DAILY NEWS May 22, 2012 5:59 PM. (http://www.canadianconsultingengineer.com/news/engineers-should-collaborate-with-architects-on-bridges-says-panel/1001401979/)

Ross, N. 2011. Information Gathering Requirements Developed for Nanomaterials in F&DA-Regulated Products, News of Course, Number 79: 8-12.

Ross, N. 2011. Nanomedicine: Prospects, Risks and Regulatory Issues, Regulatory Focus, 16(12):8-13. (http://www.raps.org/focus-online/features/tag/697/delivery.aspx)

Ross N. 2011. Stratégie de contrôle du plomb dans l’eau du robinet au Canada : Des experts se questionnent, InfraStructures, 16(8). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0811/ross.htm)

Ross N. 2011. Chapter 21: New Substances Notification for Substances Regulated under the Food and Drugs Act, Fundamentals of Canadian Regulatory Affairs, Third Edition.

Ross N. 2011. Lead pipes – experts review the problem, Canadian Consulting Engineering – DAILY NEWS Jul 12, 2011 8:51 AM (http://www.canadianconsultingengineer.com/news/lead-pipes-experts-review-the-problem/1000514318/)

Ross N. 2010. Les nanoparticules pour le traitement des eaux, InfraStructures, 15(5). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0510/nano.htm)

Ross N, Prince M. 2009. Les villes ont-elles un rôle à jouer dans la prévention des éclosions d’algues bleues?, InfraStructures, 14(9). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0909/ross.htm)

Ross N. 2009. Les médicaments dans l’environnement : sources, concentration et effets, InfraStructures, 14(8). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0809/ross.htm)

Ross N. 2007. Pharmaceuticals in the Environment (PIE): Occurrence, Effects, and Regulatory Challenges, News of Course, Number 68.

Ross N. 2007. Environmental Framework – Canada, IDRAC Database Explanatory Document # 72545, Thomson Scientific.

Ross N. 2004. Invited Paper: Biobarriers and Fractured Rock, Canadian Consulting Engineer. 45(4)33-34. (http://www.canadianconsultingengineer.com/issues/story.aspx?aid=1000156914)

Ross N. 2000. La pollution de l’environnement par les sels de voiries, InfraStructures, 5(9). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0900/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1999. Les pesticides, à tout bout de champ?  InfraStructures, 4(8). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0899/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1999. Le BAPE tient des audiences sur la gestion des eaux souterraines, InfraStructures, 4(7). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0799/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1999. L’environnement et la santé: un lien à développer, InfraStructures, 4(6). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0699/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1999. La bioremédiation… ou quand la nature se spécialise, InfraStructures, 4(5). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0599/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1999. Americana 1999 : un sommet eau-air-sol, InfraStructures, 4(4). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0499/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1999. La reformulation des essences : pour le meilleur? ou pour le pire? InfraStructures, 4(3). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0399/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1999. Les produits de déglaçage des avions: toxiques pour l’environnement, InfraStructures, 4(2). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0299/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1999. La réhabilitation des sites urbains contaminés, InfraStructures, 4(1). (http://www.infrastructures.com/1298/ross.htm)

Ross, N, 1998, Les enjeux des modifications réglementaires de la Loi canadienne sur la protection de l’environnement visant les produits biotechnologiques, Vecteur Environnement, 31(3).

Ross N. 1998. L’eau potable : la tarification pour une diminution de la consommation? InfraStructures, 3(10). (http://www.infrastructures.com/1198/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1998. Symposium international Paris-Québec : réhabilitation des cours d’eau en milieu urbain, InfraStructures, 3(9). (http://www.infrastructures.com/1098/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1998. La propriété intellectuelle en milieu universitaire, InfraStructures, 3(8). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0998/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1998. Concertation internationale pour l’élimination des émissions de POP, InfraStructures, 3(7). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0898/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1998. Le 21e siècle : l’âge de la biologie? InfraStructures, 3(6). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0698/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1998. Le phosphore dans les cours d’eau et les problèmes d’eutrophisation, InfraStructures, 3(5). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0598/article.htm)

Ross N. 1998. L’avenir des biotechnologies environnementales et la LCPE, InfraStructures, 3(4). (http://infrastructures.com/0498/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1998. Pathogènes et parasites dans les eaux potables et usées, InfraStructures, 3(3). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0398/ross.htm)

Ross N. 1998. La gestion des boues municipales : L’option valorisation, InfraStructures, 3(1). (http://www.infrastructures.com/1297/boues.htm)

Ross N. 1997. Le développement de nouveaux outils d’aide à la décision en matière d’environnement, InfraStructures, 2(8). (http://www.infrastructures.com/1097/enviro.htm)

Ross N. 1997. Le béton sur la route du recyclage, InfraStructures, 2(7). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0997/beton.htm)

Ross N. 1997. Les plantes pour l’extraction des métaux lourds dans les sols, InfraStructures, 2(6). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0897/plantes.htm)

Ross N. 1997. Le forage directionnel : l’installation de conduites et de câbles sans tranchées, InfraStructures, 2(5). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0697/forage.htm)

Ross N. 1997. L’atténuation naturelle : une alternative aux traitements des sites contaminés, InfraStructures, 2(4). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0597/attnat.htm)

Ross N. 1997. AMÉRICANA 97: un incontournable bilan sur les orientations des politiques environnementales québécoises, InfraStructures, 2(3). (http://www.infrastructures.com/0497/americana97.htm)


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