Peer reviewed articles

Notable Contributions:

McDaniel TV, Ross N, Martin PA, Steer H, Irwin Abbey A-M, Lesage S. 2007. Bioremediation of Tetrachloroethylene-Contaminated Groundwater in a Model Aquifer: Effects on Green Frogs (Rana Clamitans) and Xenopus Laevis as Potential Wetland Receptors. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 52(3)410-417. (http://www.springerlink.com/content/9841727q76728857/)

Ross N, Bickerton G. 2002. Application of Biobarriers for Groundwater Containment at Fractured Bedrock Sites, Remediation, 12(3)5-21. (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/rem.10031/abstract)

Ross N, Villemur R, Marcandella E, Deschênes L. 2001. Assessment of Changes in Biodiversity when a Community of Ultramicrobacteria Isolated from Groundwater is Stimulated to form a Biofilm, Microbial Ecology, 42(1)56-68. (http://www.springerlink.com/content/e60p462501441mg4/)

Ross N, Novakowski K, Lesage S, Deschênes L, Samson R. 2007. Development and Resistence of a Biofilm in a Planar Fracture During Biostimulation, Starvation, and Varying Flow Conditions, Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science, 6(4)377-388. (http://www.nrcresearchpress.com/doi/abs/10.1139/s06-056)

McDaniel TV, Ross N, Martin PA, Steer H, Irwin Abbey A-M, Lesage S. 2007. Bioremediation of Tetrachloroethylene-Contaminated Groundwater in a Model Aquifer: Effects on Green Frogs (Rana Clamitans) and Xenopus Laevis as Potential Wetland Receptors. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 52(3)410-417. (http://www.springerlink.com/content/9841727q76728857/)

Droppo IG, Ross N, Skafel M, Liss SN. 2007. Biostabilization of Cohesive Sediment Beds in Freshwater Wave-Dominated Environments, Limnology and Oceanography, 52(2)577-589. (http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_52/issue_2/0577.html)

Charbonneau AM, Novakowski KN, Ross N. 2006. The Effect of a Biofilm on Solute Diffusion in Fractured Porous Media. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 85(3-4)212-228.

Castegnier F, Ross N, Chapuis RP, Deschênes L, Samson R. 2006. Long-Term Persistence of a Nutrient-Starved Biofilm in a Limestone Fracture. Water Research. 40(5)925-934.

Novakowski KS, Bickerton GS, Lapcevic PA, Voralek JW, Ross N. 2006. Measurements of groundwater velocity in discrete fractures, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 82(1-2)44-60.

McDaniel TV, Martin PA, Ross N, Brown S, Lesage S, Pauli BD. 2004. Effects of Chlorinated Solvents on Four Species of North American Amphibian, Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 47(1)101-109. (http://www.springerlink.com/content/6lan66byqm54n5xm/)

Ross N, Bickerton G. 2002. Application of Biobarriers for Groundwater Containment at Fractured Bedrock Sites, Remediation, 12(3)5-21. (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/rem.10031/abstract)

Ross N, Villemur R, Marcandella E, Deschênes L. 2001. Assessment of Changes in Biodiversity when a Community of Ultramicrobacteria Isolated from Groundwater is Stimulated to form a Biofilm, Microbial Ecology, 42(1)56-68. (http://www.springerlink.com/content/e60p462501441mg4/)

Ross N, Villemur R, Deschênes L, Samson R. 2001. Clogging of a Limestone Fracture by Stimulating Groundwater Microbes, Water Research, 35(8) 2029-2037.

Ross N, Deschênes L, Bureau J, Clément B, Comeau Y, Samson R. 1998. Ecotoxicological Assessment and Effects of Physico-Chemical Factors on Biofilm Development in Groundwater Conditions, Environmental Science and Technology, 32(8)1105-1111. (http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/es970828u)

Ross N, Britten M, Pouliot Y. 1996. Milk Proteins in Caustic Solutions: Physico-chemical Properties and Flocculation by Bentonite and Polyacrylamide Polymers, Milchwissenschaft, 12(12)666-670.

Pouliot M, Pouliot Y, Britten M, Ross N. 1994. Effects of pH and ionic environment on the permeability and rejective properties of an alumina microfiltration membrane proteins, Journal of Membrane Science, 95(2)125-134.

 

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