Publications

Freed, R., 2015:

(Invited Speaker). Protecting Water Quality: Strategies to Improve Mining in BC. First Nations Fisheries Council, Science Series, Vancouver, BC, April 2015.

Freed, R., R. Marsland, J. Cho et al. 2012:

(Invited Speaker). Investigating loadings from tailings and waste rock for closure planning at Nyrstar Myra Falls. 19th Annual British Columbia MEND Metal Leaching and Acid Rock Drainage Workshop. Vancouver, BC, December 2012.

Freed, R. and R. Marsland, J. Cho et al. 2012:

Water quality modelling of the tailings disposal facility at Nyrstar Myra Falls. 9th International Conference on Acid Rock Drainage Proceedings, Ottawa, May 2012.

Schindler, D. Wolfe, A., Vinebrooke, R., Crowe, A., Blais, J., Freed, R., Perren, B, 2008.

The Cultural Eutrophication of Lac la Biche, Alberta, Canada: a Paleocological Study. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 65:2211-2223.

Freed, R. and R. Dickin, 2007:

“Effect of Saline Groundwater on Migration of Trace Metal Contaminants, High Lake Mine, Nunavut”.  Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrogeologists, Diamond Jubilee, Ottawa, OttawaGeo2007, p. 326-332.

Freed, R. and R. Dickin, 2006:

“Estimating Underground Mine Inflows In Permafrost Regions Influenced By Lake Taliks”, Paper and Presentation, Joint Canadian Geotechnical Society and International Association of Hydrogeologists, Sea to Sky Conference, Vancouver, October 2006.

Freed, R., L. Smith and D. Bugai, 2004:

The effective source area of 90Sr for a stream near Chernobyl. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 71, 1-26.

Freed, R., L. Smith and D. Bugai, 2003:

Seasonal changes of 90Sr flux in the Borschi stream, Chernobyl. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Special Issue No. 1, 48-56.

Freed, R., L. Smith and D. Bugai, 2002:

Interaction of 90Sr in sediment, groundwater and surface water near Chernobyl. Oral presentation at the fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.

Freed, R., L. Smith and D. Bugai, 2000:

Migration of strontium-90 within the Borschi watershed near Chernobyl, Ukraine. Hydrologic Science and Technology 15 (1-4), 76-86.