Rebecca Rooney
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Oil sands mining and reclamation cause massive loss of peatland and stored carbon
RC Rooney, SE Bayley, DW Schindler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (13), 4933-4937, 2012
High microcystin concentrations occur only at low nitrogen-to-phosphorus ratios in nutrient-rich Canadian lakes
DM Orihel, DF Bird, M Brylinsky, H Chen, DB Donald, DY Huang, A Giani, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69 (9), 1457-1462, 2012
Setting reclamation targets and evaluating progress: submersed aquatic vegetation in natural and post-oil sands mining wetlands in Alberta, Canada
RC Rooney, SE Bayley
Ecological Engineering 37 (4), 569-579, 2011
Community congruence of plants, invertebrates and birds in natural and constructed shallow open-water wetlands: Do we need to monitor multiple assemblages?
RC Rooney, SE Bayley
Ecological Indicators 20, 42-50, 2012
The accuracy of land cover-based wetland assessments is influenced by landscape extent
RC Rooney, SE Bayley, IF Creed, MJ Wilson
Landscape Ecology 27 (9), 1321-1335, 2012
Quantifying a stress gradient: An objective approach to variable selection, standardization and weighting in ecosystem assessment
RC Rooney, SE Bayley
Ecological Indicators 10 (6), 1174-1183, 2010
Development and testing of an index of biotic integrity based on submersed and floating vegetation and its application to assess reclamation wetlands in Alberta’s oil sands …
RC Rooney, SE Bayley
Environmental monitoring and assessment 184 (2), 749-761, 2012
The strength of cross‐taxon congruence in species composition varies with the size of regional species pools and the intensity of human disturbance
RC Rooney, ET Azeria
Journal of Biogeography 42 (3), 439-451, 2015
Long-term effects of a Phragmites australis invasion on birds in a Lake Erie coastal marsh
CD Robichaud, RC Rooney
Journal of Great Lakes Research 43 (3), 141-149, 2017
Replacing natural wetlands with stormwater management facilities: biophysical and perceived social values
RC Rooney, L Foote, N Krogman, JK Pattison, MJ Wilson, SE Bayley
Water Research 73, 17-28, 2015
River connectivity affects submerged and floating aquatic vegetation in floodplain wetlands
RC Rooney, C Carli, SE Bayley
Wetlands 33 (6), 1165-1177, 2013
Aquatic macroinvertebrates are poor indicators of agricultural activity in northern prairie pothole wetlands
JE Gleason, RC Rooney
Ecological Indicators 81, 333-339, 2017
A plant‐based index of biological integrity in permanent marsh wetlands yields consistent scores in dry and wet years
MJ Wilson, SE Bayley, RC Rooney
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 23 (5), 698-709, 2013
Relative influence of local-and landscape-level habitat quality on aquatic plant diversity in shallow open-water wetlands in Alberta’s boreal zone: direct and indirect effects
RC Rooney, SE Bayley
Landscape Ecology 26 (7), 1023-1034, 2011
Megaproject reclamation and climate change
RC Rooney, DT Robinson, R Petrone
Nature Climate Change 5 (11), 963-966, 2015
Pond permanence is a key determinant of aquatic macroinvertebrate community structure in wetlands
JE Gleason, RC Rooney
Freshwater biology 63 (3), 264-277, 2018
Effects of an experimental rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) farm on invertebrate community composition
RC Rooney, CL Podemski
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66 (11), 1949-1964, 2009
Stochastic and deterministic processes drive wetland community assembly across a gradient of environmental filtering
J Daniel, JE Gleason, K Cottenie, RC Rooney
Oikos 128 (8), 1158-1169, 2019
Wetland microhabitats support distinct communities of aquatic macroinvertebrates
JE Gleason, JY Bortolotti, RC Rooney
Journal of Freshwater Ecology 33 (1), 73-82, 2018
Freshwater rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) farming affects sediment and pore-water chemistry
RC Rooney, CL Podemski
Marine and Freshwater Research 61 (5), 513-526, 2010
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