Poulain AJ, Aris-Brosou S, Blais J, Brazeau M, Keller W, and Paterson AM. 2015. Microbial DNA records historical delivery of anthropogenic mercury. ISME Journal. 9: 2541–2550. doi:10.1038/ismej.2015.86.
Novodvorsky NM, Bailey JL, and Reynoldson TB. 2015. Geographic Expansion of Benthic Invertebrate RCA predictive models: How Far Can We Go?. MSc thesis.
McCarter C, and Price J. 2015. Hydrochemical Transport of Wastewater Solutes from a Continuous Point Source in a Northern Ribbed Fen. Elements. 33(2):4-7.
Jeziorski A, Keller B, Dyer RD, A.M. Paterson, Smol JP. 2015. Differences among modern-day and historical cladoceran communities from the “Ring of Fire” lake region of northern Ontario: Identifying responses to climate warming. Fundamental and Applied Limnology. 186(3): 203–216.
Dieleman CM, Branfireun BA, McLaughlin JW, Lindo, Z. 2015. Enhanced carbon release under future climate conditions in a peatland mesocosm experiment: The role of phenolic compounds. Plant and Soil. 400(1): 81-91. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-015-2713-0
Dieleman CM, Branfireun BA, McLaughlin JW, and Lindo Z. 2015. Climate change drives a shift in peatland ecosystem plant community: Implications for ecosystem function and stability. Global Change Biology. (21)1: 388-395.
Dieleman CM, Lindo Z, McLaughlin JW, Craig AE, Branfireun BA. 2016. Climate change effects on peatland decomposition and porewater dissolved organic carbon biogeochemistry. Biogeochemistry.128(3): 385-396.
MacLeod J, Keller W, Paterson A, Dyer R, Gunn J. 2017. Scale and watershed features determine lake chemistry patterns across physiographic regions in the far north of Ontario, Canada. Journal of Limnology. 76(1): 211-220.