Meagan N Aliff
Meagan N Aliff
Researcher, Natural Resources Research Institute, University of Minnesota Duluth
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Metallic elements and oxides and their relevance to Laurentian Great Lakes geochemistry
MN Aliff, ED Reavie, SP Post, LM Zanko
PeerJ 8, e9053, 2020
42020
Anthropocene geochemistry of metals in sediment cores from the Laurentian Great Lakes
MN Aliff, ED Reavie, SP Post, LM Zanko
PeerJ 8, e9034, 2020
42020
Evaluation of a method for ballast water risk–release assessment using a protist surrogate
MN Aliff, ED Reavie, MC TenEyck, DK Branstrator, T Schwerdt, ...
Hydrobiologia 817 (1), 11–22, 2018
42018
Evaluation of a method for ballast water risk-release assessment using a protist surrogate
M Aliff
University of Minnesota, 2015
42015
Technical report: land-based performance evaluation in ambient and augmented Duluth-Superior Harbor water of eight commercially available ballast water treatment system filter …
A Cangelosi, M Aliff, L Allinger, M Balcer, K Beesley, L Fanberg, ...
Northeast-Midwest Institute, Washington, DC, 2014
42014
FRESHWATER VERIFICATION OF THE B-QUA QUICK BALLAST WATER MONITORING KIT
M Aliff, O Anders, K Beesley, L Fanberg, A Frie, H Kelly, C Polkinghorne, ...
2020
Sediment geochemistry reveals the Anthropocene history of metals in the Great Lakes
M Aliff, E Reavie, S Post, L Zanko
Earth and Space Science Open Archive ESSOAr, 2019
2019
Results of Shipboard Approval Tests of Ballast Water Treatment Systems in Freshwater
A Cangelosi, M Aliff, L Allinger, M Balcer, K Beesley, M Desai, L Fanberg, ...
COAST GUARD NEW LONDON CT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER, 2014
2014
Rosemount Parks Invasive Species Management and Education Plan
M Aliff, R Bryan, B Burton, C Gill, K Hagsten, M Johnson
Resilient Communities Project (RCP), University of Minnesota, 2014
2014
Educational Opportunities for Schwarz Pond and Carroll’s Woods Parks
M Aliff, R Bryan, B Burton, C Gill, K Hagsten, M Johnson
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