Murray Hay
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Building a geodatabase for mapping hydrogeological features and 3D modeling of groundwater systems: Application to the Saguenay–Lac-St.-Jean region, Canada
R Chesnaux, M Lambert, J Walter, U Fillastre, M Hay, A Rouleau, ...
Computers & Geosciences 37 (11), 1870-1882, 2011
A post-glacial sea level hinge on the central Pacific coast of Canada
D McLaren, D Fedje, MB Hay, Q Mackie, IJ Walker, DH Shugar, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 97, 148-169, 2014
Paleohydrology inferred from diatoms in northern latitude regions
KA Moser, A Korhola, J Wekcström, T Blom, R Pienitz, JP Smol, ...
Journal of Paleolimnology 24 (1), 93-107, 2000
Distribution of diatom surface sediment assemblages within Effingham Inlet, a temperate fjord on the west coast of Vancouver Island (Canada)
MB Hay, R Pienitz, RE Thomson
Marine micropaleontology 48 (3-4), 291-320, 2003
Siliceous microfossil record of late Holocene oceanography and climate along the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia (Canada)
MB Hay, A Dallimore, RE Thomson, SE Calvert, R Pienitz
Quaternary Research 67 (1), 33-49, 2007
Ecological patterns of diatom assemblages from Mackenzie Delta lakes, Northwest Territories, Canada
MB Hay, N Michelutti, JP Smol
Canadian journal of botany 78 (1), 19-33, 2000
A diatom-based paleohydrological model for the Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories, Canada
MB Hay, JP Smol, KJ Pipke, LFW Lesack
Arctic and Alpine Research 29 (4), 430-444, 1997
Forced regressive deposits of a deglaciation sequence: example from the Late Quaternary succession in the Lake Saint‐Jean basin (Québec, Canada)
A Nutz, JF Ghienne, M Schuster, P Dietrich, C Roquin, MB Hay, ...
Sedimentology 62 (6), 1573-1610, 2015
Diatom changes in lake sediments from the Mackenzie Delta, NWT, Canada: paleohydrological applications
N Michelutti, MB Hay, P Marsh, L Lesack, JP Smol
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 33 (1), 1-12, 2001
Geochemical and diatom signatures of bottom water renewal events in Effingham Inlet, British Columbia (Canada)
MB Hay, SE Calvert, R Pienitz, A Dallimore, RE Thomson, ...
Marine Geology 262 (1-4), 50-61, 2009
Wind-driven bottom currents and related sedimentary bodies in Lake Saint-Jean (Québec, Canada)
A Nutz, M Schuster, JF Ghienne, C Roquin, MB Hay, F Rétif, R Certain, ...
GSA Bulletin 127 (9-10), 1194-1208, 2015
Assessing and comparing the hydraulic properties of granular aquifers on three different scales
R Chesnaux, C Baudement, M Hay
Proceedings of Geohydro, 28-31, 2011
Internal structure of a Pacific coast barrier spit using ground penetrating radar
R Meyers, D Smith, H Jol, MB Hay
Fifth International Conferention on Ground Penetrating Radar, cp-300-00060, 1994
Reconstitution des conditions océanographiques et climatiques de l'holocène supérieur à Effingham Inlet, Île de Vancouver, Colombie-Britannique
M Hay
Diatom-based model for reconstruction of paleohydrology in the Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories, Canada.
MB Hay
Fossil diatoms as indicators of past hydrological and climate variability in Barkley Sound, British Columbia
MB Hay, R Pienitz
Barkley Sound Knowledge Symposium Program and Abstracts, 32-33, 2010
Current-Controlled Sedimentary Features into Lake Saint-Jean (Québec, Canada): a Record of Wind-driven Processes?
A Nutz, M Schuster, JF Ghienne, C Roquin, MB Hay, F Retif, R Certain, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2014, PP31A-1109, 2014
Late Holocene paleoenvironmental history of an anoxic basin on the central coast of British Columbia: Frederick Sound
KA Cooke, A Dallimore, MB Hay, RJ Enkin
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2011, PP41C-1779, 2011
High-resolution diatom records of climate and hydrological variability over the last two millennia along coastal British Columbia (Canada)
MB Hay, R Pienitz, A Dallimore, SE Calvert, R Thomson, TR Baumgartner, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2010, PP43B-1692, 2010
Marine Micropaleontology 48 (2003) 359^ 360 www. elsevier. com/locate/marmicro
JW Murray, A Stepanova, E Taldenkova, HA Bauch, O Romero, ...
Marine Micropaleontology 48 (359), 360, 2003
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