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October 25, 2014

Canadian Excellence

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[1] Gu, A.Z., Liu, L., Onnis-Hayden, A., Smith, S., Gray, H., Houweling, D., and Takcs, I. Phosphorus Fractionation and Removal in Wastewater Treatment- Implications For Minimizing Effluent Phosphorus, nutr1r06led. White Paper. WERF, September 2014. 123 p. [http]
[2] Moustafa, A., Kim, E.-S., Alpatova, A., Sun, N., Smith, D.S., Kang, S., and El-Din, M.G. Impact of Polymeric Membrane Filtration of Oil Sands Process Water on Organic Quantification. Water Science & Technology 70, 5 (September 2014), 771--779. [DOI]
[3] Smith, D.S., and Gray, H. Surface Complexation Modelling and Aluminum Mediated Phosphorus Removal, nutrir06red. White Paper. WERF, May 2014. 22 p. [http]
[4] Cooper, C., Tait, T., Gray, H., Cimprich, G., Santore, R., McGeer, J.C., Wood, C., and Smith, D.S. Influence of salinity and dissolved organic carbon on acute cu toxicity to the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis. Environ. Sci. Technol. 48 (2014), 1213–1221. [DOI]
[5] Al-Reasi, H.A., Wood, C.M., and Smith, D.S. Characterization of freshwater natural dissolved organic matter (DOM): quality measures for direct and indirect interactions with organisms. Environ. Int. 59 (2013), 201--207. [DOI]
[6] Al-Reasi, H.A., Yusuf, U., Smith, D.S., and Wood, C.M. The effect of dissolved organic matter (DOM) on sodium transport and nitrogenous waste excretion of the freshwater cladoceran (Daphnia magna) at circumneutral and low pH. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology 158 (2013), 217--215. [DOI]
[7] Chen, W., Guguen, C., and Smith, D.S. Influence of water chemistry and dissolved organic matter molecular size on copper and mercury binding determined by multiresponse fluorescence quenching. Chemosphere 92 (2013), 351--359. [DOI]
[8] Nadella, S.R., Tellis, M., Diamond, R.L., Smith, D.S., Bianchini, A., and Wood, C.M. Toxicity of lead and zinc to developing mussel and sea urchin embryos: Critical tissue residues and effects of dissolved organic matter and Salinity. Comp. Biochem. Biophys. C 158 (2013), 72--83. [DOI]
[9] Liu, H., Jeong, J., Gray, H., Smith, S., and Sedlak, D.L. Algal Uptake of Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Dissolved Organic Nitrogen in Effluent from Biological Nutrient Removal Municipal Wastewater Treatment Systems. Environmental Science & Technology 46, 2 (2012), 713--721. [DOI| arXiv| http]
[10] Milestone, C.B., Orrego, R., Scott, P.D., Waye, A., Kohli, J., O'Connor, B.I., Smith, B., Engelhardt, H.E., Servos, M.R., MacLatchy, D.L., Smith, S., Trudeau, V., Arnason, J.T., Kovacs, T., Heid-Furley, T., Slade, A.H., Holdway, D., and Hewitt, L.M. Evaluating the potential of effluents and wood feedstocks from pulp and paper mills in Brazil, Canada and New Zealand to affect fish reproduction: Chemical profiling and in vitro assessments. Environmental Science & Technology 46, 3 (2012), 1849--1858. [DOI| arXiv| http]
[11] Al-Reasi, H.A., Wood, C.M., and Smith, D.S. Physicochemical and spectroscopic properties of natural organic matter (NOM) from various sources and implications for ameliorative effects on metal toxicity to aquatic biota. Aquatic Tox. 103 (2011), 179--190. [DOI]
[12] Al-Reasi, H., Smith, D.S., and Wood, C.M. Evaluating the ameliorative effect of natural dissolved organic matter (DOM) quality on copper toxicity to aquatic organisms: Improving the BLM. Ecotoxicology 21, 2 (2011), 524--537. [DOI]
[13] Arnold, W., Diamond, R.L., and Smith, D.S. Acute and Chronic Toxicity of Copper to the Euryhaline Rotifer, Brachionus plicatilis (L Strain). Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 60 (2011), 250--260. [DOI]
[14] DePalma, S. G.S., Arnold, W.R., McGeer, J.C., Dixon, D.G., and Smith, D.S. Variability in dissolved organic matter fluorescence & reduced sulphur concentration in coastal marine & estuarine environments. Appl. Geochem. 26 (2011), 394--404. [DOI]
[15] DePalma, S. G.S., Arnold, W.R., McGeer, J.C., Dixon, D.G., and Smith, D.S. Effects of dissolved organic matter and reduced sulphur on copper bioavailablity in coastal marine environments. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 74 (2011), 230--237. [DOI]
[16] Scott, P., Milestone, C., Smith, D., MacLatchy, D., and Hewitt, L. Isolation and Identification of Ligands for the Goldfish Testis Androgen Receptor in Chemical Recovery Condensates from a Canadian Bleached Kraft Pulp and Paper Mill. Environmental Science & Technology 45, 23 (2011), 10226--10234. [DOI]
[17] Wood, C.M., Al-Reasi, H., and Smith, D.S. The two faces of DOC. Aquat. Tox 105, 3-4 (2011), 3--8. [DOI]
[18] Arnold, W.R., Cotsifas, J.S., DePalma, S.G., and Smith, D.S. A Comparison of the Copper Sensitivity of Mytilus galloprovincialis, Crassostrea virginica, Dendraster excentricus, and Strongylocentrotus purpuratus in ambient saltwater of varying dissolved organic matter concentrations. Environ. Toxicol. & Chem. 29 (2010), 311--319. [DOI]
[19] Arnold, W.R., Diamond, R.L., and Smith, D.S. The Effects of Salinity, pH, and Dissolved Organic Matter on Acute Copper Toxicity to the rotifer, Brachionus plicatilis (L strain). Archives of Environ. Contam. and Tox. 59 (2010), 225--234. [DOI]
[20] Caron, F., Sharp-King, K., Siemann, S., and Smith, D.S. Fluorescence characterization of the Natural Organic Matter (NOM) in deep ground waters at Chalk River, Ontario, Canada. J. Radioanal. Nucl. Chem. 286 (2010), 699--705. [DOI]
[21] Caron, F., and Smith, D.S. Fluorescence analysis of natural organic matter fractionated by ultrafiltration: contrasting between urban-impacted water, and radio-contaminated water from a near-pristine site. Water, Air & Soil Pollution 214 (2010), 471--490. [DOI]
[22] Gheorghiu, C., Hanna, J., Smith, J.W., Smith, D.S., and Wilkie, M.P. Encapsulation & Physiological Effects of PIT Tags in Brown Trout (Salmo trutta L.). Aquaculture 298 (2010), 350--353. [DOI]
[23] Gheorghiu, C., Smith, D.S., Al-Reasi, H., C., M.J., and Wilkie, M.P. Influence of Natural Organic Matter (NOM) Quality on Cu-Gill Binding in the Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Aquatic Tox. 97 (2010), 343--352. [DOI]
[24] Arnold, R.W., Cotsifas, J.S., Smith, D.S., LePage, S., and Gruenthal, K.M. A Comparison of the copper sensitivity of two economically important saltwater mussel species and a review of previously reported copper toxicity data for mussels: important implications for determining future ambient copper saltwater criteria in the USA. Environmental Toxicology 24 (2009), 618--628. [DOI]
[25] Kramer, J.R., Bell, R., Gorsuch, J., and Smith, D.S. Silver nano-particle toxicity and biocides: Need for chemical speciation. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 5 (2009), 720--722. [DOI]
[26] Nadella, S., Fitzpatrick, J., Franklin, N., Bucking, C., Smith, D.S., and Wood, C. Toxicity of Cu, Zn, Ni and Cd to developing embryos of the blue mussel (Mytilus trossolus) and the protective effect of dissolved organic carbon. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. C 149 (2009), 340--348. [DOI]
[27] Galvez, F., Donini, A., Playle, R.C., Smith, D.S., and Wood, C.M. A matter of potential concern: natural organic matter alters the electrical properties of fish gills. Env. Sci. Technol. 42 (2008), 9385--9390. [DOI]
[28] Lalonde, S.V., Smith, D.S., Owttrim, G.W., and Konhauser, K.O. Acid-base properties of cyanobacterial surfaces I: influence of growth phase and nitrogen metabolism on surface reactivity. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 72 (2008), 1257--1268. [DOI]
[29] Lalonde, S.V., Smith, D.S., Owttrim, G.W., and Konhauser, K.O. Acid-base properties of cyanobacterial surfaced II: silica as a chemical stressor influencing cell surface reactivity. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 72 (2008), 1269--1280. [DOI]
[30] Smith, D.S., Takcs, I., Murthy, S., Daigger, G.T., and Szab, A. Phosphate complexation model and its implications for chemical phosphorous removal. Water Environment Research 80, 5 (2008), 428--438. [http]
[31] Szab, A., Takcs, I., Murthy, S., Daigger, G., Licsk, I., and Smith, D.S. The significance of design and operational variables in chemical phosphorous removal. Water Environment Research 80, 5 (2008), 407--416. [DOI]
[32] Arnold, W.R., Cotsifas, J.S., Winter, A.R., Klinck, J.S., Smith, D.S., and Playle, R. Potential effects of synthetic sea salts on toxicity tests where copper is a concern. Environ. Chem. Tox. 26 (2007), 935--943. [DOI]
[33] Kramer, J.R., Bell, R.A., and Smith, D.S. Determination of sulfide ligands and associations with natural organic matter. Applied Geochemistry 22 (2007), 1606--1611. [DOI]
[34] Winter, A., Fish, T., Playle, R., Smith, D.S., and Curtis, P. Photodegradation of natural organic matter from diverse freshwater sources. Aquatic Toxicology 84 (2007), 215--222. [DOI]
[35] Takcs, I., Murthy, S., Smith, D.S., and McGrath, M. Chemical phosphorous removal to extremely low levels: experience of two plants in the Washington, DC area. Water Science & Technology 53, 12 (2006), 21--28. [DOI]
[36] Kennedy, C., Smith, D.S., and Warren, L.A. Surface chemistry of synthetic Mn oxyhydroxides under differing simulated hydrologic regimes and their relative sorptive capacities for Nickel. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 68 (2004), 443--454. [DOI]
[37] Smith, D.S., Bell, R.A., Valliant, J., and Kramer, J.R. Determination of Strong Ligand Sites in Sewage Effluent Impacted Waters by Competitive Ligand Titration with Silver. Environ. Sci. Technol. 38 (2004), 2120--2125. [DOI]
[38] Martinez, R.E., Smith, D.S., Pedersen, K., and Ferris, F.G. Surface chemical heterogeneity of bacteriogenic iron oxides from a subterranean environment. Environ. Sci. Technol. 37 (2003), 5671--5677. [DOI]
[39] Smith, D.S., and Ferris, F.G. Specific surface chemical interactions between hydrous ferric oxide and iron reducing bacteria determined using pKa spectra. J. Coll. Int. Sci. 266 (2003), 60--67. [DOI]
[40] Martinez, R.E., Smith, D.S., and Ferris, F.G. Determination of intrinsic bacterial surface acidity constants using a Donnan shell model and a continuous pKa distribution method. J. Coll. Int. Sci. 253 (2002), 130--139. [DOI]
[41] Smith, D.S., Bell, R.A., and Kramer, J.R. Metal speciation in natural waters with emphasis on reduced sulfur groups as strong metal binding sites. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. C 133 (2002), 65--74. [.pdf]
[42] Smith, D.S., and Ferris, F.G. Proton binding by hydrous ferric oxide and aluminum oxide surfaces interpreted using fully optimized continuous pKa spectra. Environ. Sci. Technol. 35 (2001), 4637--4642. [DOI]
[43] Sokolov, I., Smith, D.S., Henderson, G.S., Gorby, Y.A., and Ferris, F.G. Cell surface electrochemical heterogeniety of the Fe(III)-reducing bacteria shewanella putrefaciens. Environ. Sci. Technol. 35 (2001), 341--347. [DOI]
[44] Smith, D.S., and Kramer, J.R. Multisite metal binding to fulvic acid determined using multiresponse fluorescence. Anal. Chim. Acta 416 (2000), 211--220. [DOI]
[45] Smith, D.S., Adams, N.W., and Kramer, J.R. Resolving uncertainty in chemical speciation determinations. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 63 (1999), 3337--3347. [DOI]
[46] Smith, D.S., Cox, J., Warren, L.A., and Ferris, F.G. Characterization of heterogenous bacterial surface functional groups using discrete affinity spectra for proton binding. Environ. Sci. Technol. 33 (1999), 4514--4521. (Smith and Cox joint first authors). [DOI]
[47] Smith, D.S., and Kramer, J.R. Multi-site proton interactions with natural organic matter. Environ. Int. 25 (1999), 307--314. [DOI]
[48] Smith, D.S., and Kramer, J.R. Fluorescence analysis for multi-site aluminum binding to natural organic matter. Environ. Int. 25 (1999), 295--306. [DOI]
[49] Smith, D.S., and Kramer, J.R. Multi-site aluminum speciation with natural organic matter using multiresponse fluorescence data. Anal. Chim. Acta 363 (1998), 21--29. [DOI]

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