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AWARDS / EDUCATION

Public Service Award of Excellence

Environment Canada Award of Excellence

International Joint Commission Certificate of Recognition

 

Myriam Rondeau

Water Quality Specialist - Fluvial Geochemistry

CURRENT S&T / RESEARCH - Monitoring and surveillance of water quality in Québec

  • Analysis of contaminant transport and sedimentary dynamics of the St. Lawrence and its tributaries
  • Monitoring and surveillance of pesticides in rivers in agricultural areas
  • Monitoring and surveillance of emerging contaminants (polybrominated diphenyl ether, pharmaceuticals and personal care products, perfluoroalkoxy) in the St. Lawrence
  • Analysis of the river's contribution to the chemical contamination of the St. Lawrence estuary
  • Asssessment of municipal effluent contributions to the contamination of the aquatic environment

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES / INTERESTS

Supervision of graduate student interns

Review of articles from scientific journals

KEY PUBLICATIONS

Rondeau B., D. Cossa, P. Gagnon, T.T. Pham and C. Surette. 2005. Hydrological and biogeochemical dynamics of minor and trace elements in the St. Lawrence River. Applied Geochemistry, 20: 1391-1408.

Gobeil C., B. Rondeau and L. Beaudin. 2005. Contribution of Municipal Effluents to Metal Fluxes in the St. Lawrence River. Environ. Sci. Technol., 39: 456-464.

Rondeau, B., D. Cossa, P. Gagnon and L. Bilodeau. 2000. Budget and sources of suspended sediment transported in the St. Lawrence river. Hydrological processes, 1 :21-36.

Quémerais, B., D. Cossa, B. Rondeau, T.T. Pham, P. Gagnon and B. Fortin. 1999. Sources and fluxes of mercury in the St. Lawrence River. Environ. Sci. Technol., 33 :840-849.

Hélie, J.-F., C. Hillaire-Marcel and B. Rondeau. 2002. Seasonal changes in the sources and fluxes of dissolved inorganic carbon through the St. Lawrence River-isotopic and chemical constraint. Chemical Geology, 186: 117-138.

Pham, T.T., B. Rondeau, H. Sabik, S. Proulx and D. Cossa. 2000. Lake Ontario : The predominant source of triazine herbicides in the St. Lawrence River. Can. J. fish. Aquat. Sci., 57 : 78-85.

Expertise Categories associated with this S&T Expert:

Nature & Wildlife
     Ecosystems & Habitats
          Great Lakes-St. Lawrence
Pollution & Waste
     Agricultural
          Pesticides and herbicides
     Urban
          Pharmaceuticals and personal care products
Water
     Monitoring
          Water quality
     Wastewater
          Effluents