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Cresswell, T., Metian, M., Fisher, N. S., Charmasson, S., Hansman, R. L., Bam, W., … & Swarzenski, P. W. (2020). Exploring New Frontiers in Marine Radioisotope Tracing–Adapting to New Opportunities and Challenges. Frontiers in Marine Science.

Cresswell, T., Metian, M., Fisher, N. S., Charmasson, S., Hansman, R. L., Bam, W., … & Swarzenski, P. W. (2020). Exploring New Frontiers in Marine Radioisotope Tracing–Adapting to New Opportunities and Challenges. Frontiers in Marine...

Shipley, O. N., Lee, C. S., Fisher, N. S., Burruss, G., Frisk, M. G., Brooks, E. J., … & Madigan, D. J. (2019). Trophodynamics and mercury bioaccumulation in reef and open-ocean fishes from The Bahamas with a focus on two teleost predators. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 608, 221-232.

Shipley, O. N., Lee, C. S., Fisher, N. S., Burruss, G., Frisk, M. G., Brooks, E. J., … & Madigan, D. J. (2019). Trophodynamics and mercury bioaccumulation in reef and open-ocean fishes from The Bahamas with a focus on two teleost predators. Marine Ecology...

Kopec, A. D., Kidd, K. A., Fisher, N. S., Bowen, M., Francis, C., Payne, K., & Bodaly, R. A. (2019). Spatial and temporal trends of mercury in the aquatic food web of the lower Penobscot River, Maine, USA, affected by a chlor-alkali plant. Science of The Total Environment, 649, 770-791.

Kopec, A. D., Kidd, K. A., Fisher, N. S., Bowen, M., Francis, C., Payne, K., & Bodaly, R. A. (2019). Spatial and temporal trends of mercury in the aquatic food web of the lower Penobscot River, Maine, USA, affected by a chlor-alkali plant. Science of The Total...

Rudd, J. W., Bodaly, R. A., Fisher, N. S., Kelly, C. A., Kopec, D., & Whipple, C. (2018). Fifty years after its discharge, methylation of legacy mercury trapped in the Penobscot Estuary sustains high mercury in biota. Science of The Total Environment, 642, 1340-1352.

Rudd, J. W., Bodaly, R. A., Fisher, N. S., Kelly, C. A., Kopec, D., & Whipple, C. (2018). Fifty years after its discharge, methylation of legacy mercury trapped in the Penobscot Estuary sustains high mercury in biota. Science of The Total Environment, 642,...