4 record(s) found for principal investigator "Wolfe, Brent" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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SAMMS: Sub-Arctic Metal Mobility Study
Principal Investigator: Wolfe, Brent BBW
Licensed Year(s): 2019 2018
Summary: The seven-year objective of Sub-Arctic Meteal Mobility Study (SAMMS) is to identify, quantify, and predict mobility of natural-source and legacy mine-source metals in soil, wetlands, and lake sediments that extend from former, present, and planned mine sites currently and as climate change alters the quantity and quality of dissolved organic matter produced and exported in subarctic NWT watersheds...

Hydrological and contaminant studies in the Marian Watershed, NWT, to enhance community-based cumulative effects monitoring
Principal Investigator: Wolfe, Brent BBW
Licensed Year(s): 2016
Summary: While water and sediment quality monitoring in areas of industrial developments is an integral part of water management programs to ensure protection of ecosystems, absence of long-term measurements can make it challenging to define reference conditions effectively. As a contribution to the Marian Watershed Stewardship Program (MWSP), this research uses paleolimnological approaches to establish ba...

Sediment Core Sampling to Assess Contaminant Deposition to the Slave River Delta (NWT) over time.
Principal Investigator: Wolfe, Brent BBW
Licensed Year(s): 2011
Summary: The objective of this study is to increase our understanding about the present and historical contaminant deposition in the delta. The analysis of the information will contribute to the overall understanding of the existing environmental stressors that might affect the aquatic ecosystem health of the delta. The information will provide a starting point for further sediment quality studies in the d...

Paleohydrology and paleoecology of the Slave River Delta
Principal Investigator: Wolfe, Brent BBW
Licensed Year(s): 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002
Summary: This research program focuses on high-resolution reconstruction of past hydrology, ecology and climate of the Peace-Athabasca (PAD) and Slave River deltas (SRD) from natural archives, including lake sediments and tree rings, supported by comprehensive field-based studies of modern hydrology, limnology and aquatic ecology. The PAD and SRD have broad ecological and cultural significance and are ecos...