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Research repositories include HARVESTFRDR, and Zenodo.
Vessey, C.J.Lindsay, M.B.J. & Barbour, S.L. (2019). Sodium transport and attenuation in soil cover materials for oil sands mine reclamation.  Applied Geochemistry, 100: 42–54.
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Schoepfer, V.A., Jamieson, H.E., & Lindsay, M.B.J. (2024). Arsenic mineral and compound data as analyzed by X-ray absorption spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction. Data in Brief, 110634.
Journal | HARVEST | FRDR
Skierszkan, E.K., Schoepfer, V.A., Fellwock, M.D., Dockrey, J.W., Hayatifar, A., Bondici, V.F., McBeth, J.M., & Lindsay, M.B.J. (2024). Arsenic mobilization from thawing permafrost. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 8: 745–759.
Journal | HARVEST | FRDR
Skierszkan, E.K., Carey, S.K., Jackson, S.I., Fellwock, M.D., Fraser, C. & Lindsay, M.B.J. (2024). Seasonal controls on stream metal(loid) signatures in mountainous discontinuous permafrost. Science of the Total Environment, 908: 167999.
Journal | HARVEST | FRDR
Lum, J.E., Schoepfer, V.A., Jamieson, H.E., McBeth, J.M., Borcinova Radkova, A., Walls, M.P. & Lindsay, M.B.J. (2023). Arsenic and antimony geochemistry of historical roaster waste from the Giant Mine, Yellowknife, Canada. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 458: 132037.
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Schoepfer, V.A. & Lindsay, M.B.J. (2022). X-ray absorption spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction data for molybdenum minerals and compounds. Data in Brief, 45: 10857.
Schoepfer, V.A.Lindsay, M.B.J. (2022). Repartitioning of co-precipitated Mo(VI) during Fe(II) and S(-II) driven ferrihydrite transformation. Chemical Geology, 610: 121075. 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2022.121075
Jessen, G.L., Chen, L.-X., Mori, J.F., Colenbrander Nelson, T.E., Slater, G.F.,  Lindsay, M.B.J. , Banfield, J.F. & Warren, L.A. (2022). Alum addition triggers hypoxia in an engineered pit lake. Microorganisms, 10: 510.​
Abdolahnezhad, M.Lindsay, M.B.J. (2022). ​Geochemical conditions influence vanadium, nickel, and molybdenum release from oil sands fluid petroleum coke. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 245: 103955.
Francis, D.J., Barbour, S.L. & Lindsay, M.B.J. (2022). Ebullition enhances chemical mass transport across the tailings-water interface of oil sands pit lakes. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 245: 103938.
Albakistani, E.A., Nwosu, F.C., Furgason, C., Haupt, E.S., Smirnova, A.V., Verbeke, T.J., Lee, E.-S., Kim, J.-J., Chan, A., Ruhl, I.A., Sheremet, A., Rudderham, S.B., Lindsay, M.B.J. & Dunfield, P.F. (2022). Seasonal dynamics of methanotrophic bacteria in a boreal oil sands end-pit lake. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 88: e01455-21.
Slater, G.F., Goad, C.A., Lindsay, M.B.J., Mumford, K.G., Colenbrander Nelson, T.E., Brady, A.L., Jessen, G.L. & Warren, L.A. (2021). Isotopic and chemical assessment of the dynamics of methane sources and microbial cycling during early development of an oil sands pit lake. Microorganisms, 9: 2509.
Mowat, A.C.Francis, D.J., McIntosh, J.C., Lindsay, M.B.J. & Ferguson, G.A.G. (2021). Variability in timing and transport of Pleistocene meltwater recharge to regional aquifers. Geophysical Research Letters41: e2021GL094285.
Schoepfer, V.A.Lum, J.E. & Lindsay, M.B.J. (2021). Molybdenum(VI) sequestration mechanisms during iron(II)-induced ferrihydrite transformation. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 5: 2094–2104.
Craig, A.T., Shkarupin, A., Amos, R.T.,  Lindsay, M.B.J. , Blowes, D.W. & Ptacek, C.J. (2021). Reactive transport modelling of porewater geochemistry and sulfur isotope fractionation in organic carbon amended mine tailings. Applied Geochemistry, 127: 104904.
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Schoepfer, V.A. Qin, K. Robertson, J.M.Das, S.Lindsay, M.B.J.  (2020) ​Structural incorporation of sorbed molybdate during iron(II)-induced transformation of ferrihydrite and goethite under advective flow conditions. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 4: 1114–1126.
Vessey, C.J., Schmidt, M.P.,  Abdolahnezhad, M., Peak, D.,  Lindsay, M.B.J. (2020) Adsorption of (poly)vanadate onto ferrihydrite and hematite: An in situ ATR–FTIR study. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 4: 641–649.
Vessey, C.J.Lindsay, M.B.J. (2020) Aqueous vanadate removal by iron(II)-bearing phases under anoxic conditions. Environmental Science and Technology, 54: 4007–4015.
Mori, J.F., Chen, L.-X., Jessen, G.L.,  Rudderham, S.B., McBeth, J.M.,  Lindsay, M.B.J., Slater, G.F., Banfield, J.F., Warren, L.A. (2019) Putative mixotrophic nitrifying-denitrifying Gammaproteobacteria implicated in nitrogen cycling within the ammonia/oxygen transition zone of an oil sands pit lake. Frontiers in Microbiology, 10: 2435.
Das, S.Lindsay, M.B.J. & Hendry, M.J. (2019). Selenate removal by zero-valent iron under anoxic conditions: Effects of nitrate and sulfate. Environmental Earth Sciences, 78: 528.
Skierszkan, E.K., Robertson, J.M.Lindsay, M.B.J., Stockwell, J.S., Dockrey, J.W.,  Das, S., Weis, D., Beckie, R.D., & Mayer, K.U. (2019). Tracing molybdenum attenuation in mining environments using molybdenum stable isotopes. Environmental Science and Technology, 53: 5678–5686.
Cruz-Hernández, P., Carrero, S., Pérez-López, R., Fernandez-Martinez, A., Lindsay, M.B.J., Dejoie, C., & Nieto, J.M. (2019). Influence of As(V) on precipitation and transformation of schwertmannite in acid mine drainage-impacted waters. European Journal of Mineralogy, 31: 237–245.
Lindsay, M.B.J.Vessey, C.J. & Robertson, J.M. (2019). Mineralogy and geochemistry of oil sands froth treatment tailings: Implications for acid generation and metal(loid) release.  Applied Geochemistry, 102: 186196.
Robertson, J.M.Nesbitt, J.A. & Lindsay, M.B.J. (2019). Aqueous- and solid-phase molybdenum geochemistry of oil sands fluid petroleum coke deposits, Alberta, Canada. Chemosphere 217, 715–723.
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Research repositories include HARVESTFRDR, and Zenodo.
Lindsay, M.B.J., Ptacek, C.J., Blowes, D.W. & Gould, W.D. (2008). Zero-valent iron and organic carbon mixtures for remediation of acid mine drainage: Batch experiments. Applied Geochemistry, 23: 2214–2225.
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Ferguson, G.A.G., McIntosh, J.C., Grasby, S.E., Hendry, M.J., Lindsay, M.B.J., Jasechko, S. & Luijendijk, E. (2018). The persistence of brines in sedimentary basins. Geophysical Research Letters, 45: 4851–4858.
Nesbitt, J.A.Robertson, J.M.Swerhone, L.A. Lindsay, M.B.J. (2018). Nickel geochemistry of oil sands fluid petroleum coke deposits, Alberta, Canada. FACETS, 3: 469–481.
Dompierre, K.A., Barbour, S.L., North, R.L., Carey, S.K. & Lindsay, M.B.J. (2017). Chemical mass transport between fluid fine tailings and the overlying water cover of an oil sands end pit lake. Water Resources Research, 53: 4725–4740.
Das, S.Lindsay, M.B.J., Essilfie-Dughan, J. & Hendry, M.J. (2017). Dissolved selenium(VI) removal by zero-valent iron under oxic conditions: Influence of sulfate and nitrate. ACS Omega, 2: 15131522.
Nesbitt, J.A.Lindsay, M.B.J. (2017). Vanadium geochemistry of oil sands fluid petroleum coke. Environmental Science and Technology, 51: 3102–3109.
Nesbitt, J.A.Lindsay, M.B.J., Chen, N. (2017). Geochemical characteristics of oil sands fluid petroleum coke. Applied Geochemistry, 76: 148-158.
Cruz-Hernández, P.Pérez-López, R., Parviainen, A., Lindsay, M.B.J. & Nieto, J.M. (2016). Trace element-mineral associations in modern and ancient iron terraces in acid drainage environments. Catena, 47: 386–393.
Dompierre, K.A., Lindsay, M.B.J., Cruz-Hernández, P. & Halferdahl, G.M. (2016). Initial geochemical characteristics of fluid fine tailings in an oil sands end pit lake. Science of the Total Environment, 556: 196-206.
Lindsay, M.B.J., Moncur, M.C., Bain, J.G., Jambor, J.L., Ptacek, C.J. & Blowes, D.W. (2015). Geochemical and mineralogical aspects of sulfide mine tailings. Applied Geochemistry, 57: 157-177. 
Moncur, M.C., Ptacek, C.J., Lindsay, M.B.J., Blowes, D.W. & Jambor, J.L. (2015). Long-term mineralogical and geochemical evolution of sulfide mine tailings under a shallow water cover. Applied Geochemistry, 57: 178-193.
Dockrey, J.W., Lindsay, M.B.J., Mayer, K.U., Beckie, R.D., Norlund, K.L.I., Warren, L.A. & Southam, G. (2014). Acidic microenvironments in waste rock characterized by neutral drainage: Bacteria-mineral interactions at sulfide surfaces. Minerals, 4: 170-190. ​
Jones, K.L., Lindsay, M.B.J., Kipfer, R. & Mayer, K.U. (2014). Atmospheric noble gases as tracers of biogenic gas dynamics in a shallow unconfined aquifer. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 128: 144-157.
McDonald, C.M., Gould, W.D., Lindsay, M.B.J., Blowes, D.W., Ptacek, C.J. & Condon, P.D. (2013). Assessing cellulolysis in passive treatment systems for mine drainage: A modified enzyme assay. Journal of Environmental Quality, 42: 4855. ​
Gibson, B.D., Blowes, D.W., Lindsay, M.B.J. & Ptacek, C.J. (2012). Mechanistic investigations of Se(VI) treatment in anoxic groundwater using granular iron and organic carbon: An EXAFS study. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 241242: 92100.
Parviainen, A., Lindsay, M.B.J., Pérez-López, R., Gibson, B.D., Ptacek, C.J., Blowes, D.W. & Loukola-Ruskeeniemi, K. (2012). Arsenic attenuation mechanisms in tailings at a former Cu-W-As mine, SW Finland. Applied Geochemistry, 27: 2289-2299.
Jamieson-Hanes, J.H., Gibson, B.D., Lindsay, M.B.J., Kim, Y., Ptacek, C.J. & Blowes, D.W. (2012). Chromium isotope fractionation during reduction of Cr(VI) under saturated flow conditions. Environmental Science and Technology, 46: 6783–6789. ​
Gibson, B.D., Ptacek, C.J., Lindsay, M.B.J. & Blowes, D.W. (2011). Examining mechanisms of groundwater Hg(II) treatment by reactive materials: An EXAFS study. Environmental Science & Technology, 45: 10415–10421.
Lindsay, M.B.J., Blowes, D.W., Ptacek, C.J. & Condon, P.D. (2011). Transport and attenuation of metal(loid)s in mine tailings amended with organic carbon: Column experiments. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 25: 26–38.
Lindsay, M.B.J., Blowes, D.W., Condon, P.D. & Ptacek, C.J. (2011). Organic carbon amendments for passive in situ treatment of mine drainage: Field experiments. Applied Geochemistry, 26: 1169-1183.
Lindsay, M.B.J., Wakeman, K.D., Rowe, O.F., Grail, B.M., Ptacek, C.J., Blowes, D.W. & Johnson, D.B. (2011). Microbiology and geochemistry of mine tailings amended with organic carbon for passive treatment of pore water. Geomicrobiology Journal, 28: 229–241.
Lindsay, M.B.J., Condon, P.D., Jambor, J.L., Lear, K.G., Blowes, D.W. & Ptacek, C.J. (2009). Mineralogical, geochemical, and microbial investigation of a sulfide-rich tailings deposit characterized by neutral drainage. Applied Geochemistry, 24: 2212–2221.
Lindsay, M.B.J., Blowes, D.W., Condon, P.D. & Ptacek, C.J. (2009). Managing pore-water quality in mine tailings by inducing microbial sulfate reduction. Environmental Science and Technology, 43: 7086–7091.
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Research repositories include HARVESTFRDR, and Zenodo.
Noyes, C., McIntosh, J.C., Dutka, N., Tyne, R., Lindsay, M.B.J., & Ferguson, G.A.G. (2023). Pre- and Post-Last Glacial Maximum Groundwater Recharge in a Glaciated Region. EarthArXiv. Server
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Hayatifar, A., Gravelle, S., Moreno, B.D., Schoepfer, V.A., & Lindsay, M.B.J. (2024). Probing atomic-scale processes at the ferrihydrite-water interface with reactive molecular dynamics. ChemRxiv.