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30. Maguire T.; Spencer C.; Grgicak-Mannion A.; Drouillard K.; Mayer B. and Mundle S.O.C. (2019) Distinguishing point and non-point sources of dissolved nutrients, metals, and legacy contaminants in the Detroit River. Science of the Total Environment.  681: 1-8. (IF = 5.6)

29. Borgonie G.; Magnabosco C.; Garcia-Moyano A.; Linage-Alvarez B.; Ojo A.; Freese L.; Van Jaarsveld C.; Van Rooyen C.; Kuloyo O.; Cason E.; Vermeulen J.; Pienaar C; Van Heerden E.; Sherwood Lollar B.; Onstott T.; Mundle S. O. C. (2019) New ecosystems in the deep subsurface follow the flow of water driven by geological activity. Scientific Reports, 9: 3310: 1-16. (IF = 4.1)

28.  Mohamed M.; Wellen C.; Parsons C.; Taylor W.; Arhonditsis G.; Chomicki K.; Boyd D.; Ferguson G.; Weidman P.; Mundle S. O. C.; Van Cappellen P.; Sharpley A.; Haffner D. (Accepted w/ Revisions) Understanding and managing the re-eutrophication of Lake Erie: Knowledge gaps and research priorities. Freshwater Science (IF = 3.1)

27. Sandau C.; Prokipchuk M.; Dominato K.; Mundle S. O. C. (2019). Soil Gas Investigation of an alleged gas migration issue on a residential farm located above the Weyburn-Midale CO2 enhanced oil recovery project. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. 81: 11-20 (IF = 4.1)

 

26. Giunta T.; Young E.; Warr O.; Kohl I.; Ash J.; Martini A.; Mundle S.O.C.; Rumble D.; Wasley M.; LaRowe D.; Pérez-Rodriguez I; and Sherwood Lollar B. (2019) Methane sources and sinks in continental sedimentary systems: New insights from paired clumped isotopes 13CH3D and 12CH2D2. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 245: 327-351. (IF = 4.3)

25. Colborne S.; Maguire T.; Mayer B.; Nightingale M.; Enns G.; Fisk A.; Drouillard K.; Mohamed M.; Weisener C.; Wellen C. and Mundle S.O.C. (2019) Water and sediment as sources of phosphate in aquatic ecosystems: The Detroit River and its role in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Science of the Total Environment. 647: 1594-1603 (IF = 5.6)

24. Dominato K.; Rostron B.; Hendry M. J.; Schmeling E.; Sandau C.; Mundle S. O. C. (2018). Developing deep high-resolution concentration and 13C isotope profiles for methane, ethane, and propane. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering. 170: 280-290. (IF = 2.4)

23. Maguire T.; Wellen C.; Stammler K.; Mundle S. O. C. (2018) Increased nutrient concentrations in Lake Erie tributaries influenced by greenhouse agriculture. Science of the Total Environment. 633: 433-440. (IF = 5.6)

22. Mundle S. O. C.; Spain J.; Lacrampe-Couloume G.; Nishino S. F.; Sherwood Lollar B. (2017) Branched pathways in the degradation of cDCE by Cytochrome P450 in Polaromonas sp. JS666. Science of the Total Environment. 605-606: 99-105. (IF = 5.6)

 

21. Hendry M. J.; Schmeling E.; Barbour S. L.; Huang, M.; Mundle S. O. C. (2017) Fate and transport of shale-derived, biogenic methane. Scientific Reports. 7: 4881: 1-9. (IF = 4.1)

 

20. Mundle S. O. C.; Sherwood Lollar, B.; Kluger R. (2017) Determining carbon kinetic isotope effects using headspace analysis of evolved CO2. Methods in Enzymology. 596: 501-522. (IF = 2.1)

19.  Hendry M. J.; Schmeling E.; Barbour S. L.; Mundle S. O. C. (2017). Measuring concentrations of dissolved methane and ethane and the 13C of methane in shale and till. Groundwater. 55(1): 119-128. (IF = 2.0)

18.  Hendry M. J.; Schmeling E.; Barbour S. L.; Mundle S. O. C.; Huang, M. (2016)  Fate and transport of dissolved methane and ethane in cretaceous shales of the Williston Basin, Canada.  Water Resources Research 52(8): 6440-6450. (IF = 3.7)


17.  Borgonie G.; [Linage-Alvarez B.; Ojo A.; Mundle S. O. C.; Freese L.]; Van Rooyen C.; Kuloyo O.; Albertyn J.; Pohl C.; Cason E.; Vermeulen J.; Pienaar C.; Litthauer D.; Van Niekerk H.; Van Eeden J.; Sherwood Lollar B.; Onstott T.; Van Heerden E.  (2015) Eukaryotic opportunists dominate the deep subsurface biosphere in South Africa. Nature Communications. 6: 8952. (IF = 12.4)

16.  Liang X.; Mundle S. O. C.; Nelson J.; Passeport E.; Chan C.; Lacrampe-Couloume G.; Zinder S.; Sherwood Lollar B. (2014) Distinct carbon isotope fractionation during anaerobic degradation of dichlorobenzene isomers. Environ. Sci. Technol. 48: 4844-51 (IF = 6.2)

15.  Passeport E.; Landis R.; Mundle S. O. C.; Chu K.; Mack E. E.; Lutz E.; Sherwood Lollar B. (2014) Diffusion sampler for compound specific carbon isotope analysis of dissolved hydrocarbon contaminants at the sediment water interface. Environ. Sci. Technol. 48: 9582-90. (IF = 6.2)

14.  Mundle S. O. C.; Vandersteen A. A.; Lacrampe-Couloume G.; Kluger R.; Sherwood Lollar B. (2013) Pressure monitored headspace analysis combined with compound-specific isotope analysis to measure isotope fractionation in gas-producing reactions. Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom. 27: 1778-84. (IF = 2.2)

13.  Kluger R.; Howe G.; Mundle S. O. C. (2013) Avoiding CO2 in catalysis of decarboxylation. Adv. Phys. Org. Chem. 47: 85-128. (IF = 2.8)

12.  Vandersteen A. A.; Mundle S. O. C.; Lacrampe-Couloume G; Sherwood Lollar B.; Kluger R.;  (2013) Carbon kinetic isotope effects reveal variations in reactivity of intermediates in the formation of protonated carbonic acid. J. Org. Chem. 78: 12176-81. (IF = 4.8)

11.  Mundle S. O. C.; Johnson T.; Lacrampe-Couloume G.; Perez-de-Mora A.; Duhamel M.; Edwards E. A.; McMaster M. L.; Cox E.; Sherwood Lollar* B. (2012) Monitoring biodegradation of ethene and the bioremediation of chlorinated ethenes at a contaminated site using compound specific isotope analysis (CSIA). Environ. Sci. Technol. 46: 1731-8. (IF = 6.2)

10.  Mundle S. O. C.; Howe G. W.; Kluger R. (2012) Origins of steric effects in general-base-catalyzed enolization:  Solvation and electrostatic attraction. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 134: 1066-70.  (IF = 14.4)

9.  Chan C.;  Mundle S. O. C.; Eckert T.; Liang X.; Tang S.; Lacrampe-Couloume G.; Edwards E. A.; Sherwood Lollar B. (2012) Large carbon isotope fractionation during biodegradation of chloroform by Dehalobacter cultures. Environ. Sci. Technol. 46: 10154-60. (IF = 6.2)

8.  Vandersteen A. A.; Mundle S. O. C.; Kluger R. (2012) Protonated carbonic acid and reactive intermediates in the acidic decarboxylation of indolecarboxylic acids. J. Org. Chem. 77: 6505-9. (IF = 4.8)

7.  Mundle S. O. C.; Opinska L. G.; Kluger R.; Dicks A. P. (2011) Investigating the mechanism of heteroaromatic decarboxylation using solvent kinetic isotope effects and Eyring transition state theory. J. Chem. Ed. 88: 1004-8. (IF = 0.8)

6.  Sherwood Lollar B.; Hirschorn S.; Mundle S. O. C.; Grostern A.; Edwards E. A.; Lacrampe-Couloume G. (2010) Insights into enzyme kinetics of chloroethane biodegradation using compound specific stable isotopes.  Environ. Sci. Technol. 44: 7498-503. (IF = 6.2)

5.  Kluger R.; Mundle S. O. C. (2010) The role of pre-association in Brønsted-acid catalyzed decarboxylation and related processes. Adv. Phys. Org. Chem. 44: 357-75. (IF = 2.8)

4.  Mundle S. O. C.; Lacrampe-Couloume G.; Sherwood Lollar B.; Kluger R. (2010) Hydrolytic decarboxylation of carboxylic acids and the Formation of protonated carbonic acid.  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132: 2430-6. (IF = 14.4)

3.  Mundle S. O. C.; Kluger R. (2009) Decarboxylation via addition of water to a carboxyl group: acid catalysis of pyrrole-2-carboxylic acid. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131: 11638-9. (Highlighted by ACS website, IF = 14.4)

2.  Mundle S. O. C.; Rathgeber R.; Lacrampe-Couloume G.; Sherwood Lollar B.; Kluger R. (2009) Internal return of carbon dioxide in decarboxylation: catalysis of separation and 12C/13C kinetic isotope effects. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131: 11674-5. (IF = 14.4)

1.  Ikeda G. K.; Jang K.; Mundle S. O. C.; Dicks A. P. (2006) The Hammett equation: Probing the mechanism of aromatic semicarbazone formation.  J. Chem. Ed. 83: 1341-3. (IF = 0.8)

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