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Publications and Presentations


Eastern Iowa Watersheds
 

Publications and Presentations (undergraduate authors are underlined):

  • “A Comparison of Water Quality in Eastern Iowa Reference and Mitigation Wetlands”, Martin St. Clair, presented at spring 2009 meeting of the Iowa Academy of Science. April 17-18, 2009.
  • “Denitrifying Bioreactors for Treatment of Tile Drainage”, Laura E. Christianson, Alok Bhandari, Matthew H. Helmers and Martin St. Clair; proceedings paper for spring 2009 Environmental and Water Resources Institute (EWRI) Conference of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), May 17-21, 2009.
  • “Ecological Assessment of Compensatory Wetland Mitigation – Final Report”, Terry VanDeWalle, Kelly Poole, Scott Marler, Neil Bernstein, Craig Chumbley, Stephen Main, David McCullough, James Miller, Frank Olsen, Jeff Parmelee, Thomas Rosburg, Dennis Schlict, Martin St. Clair, Wendy VanDeWalle, Eric Walsh. Submitted to U.S. EPA and Iowa Department of Transportation under assistance agreement #CD-98752301-0. August 2008.
  • “Research Experiences for Incoming Students: The Carver Program at Coe College”, Martin St. Clair , (presented at the 2008 National Meeting of the Council on Undergraduate Research).
  • "Water Quality of the Wapsipinicon River at Frederika", presented to Restore Our Wapsie (ROW), January 2008.
  • "Regulatory Compliance and Ecological Performance of Mitigation Wetlands in an Agricultural Landscape", Terry VanDeWalle, Kelly Poole, Scott Marler, Neil Bernstein, Stephen Main, David McCullough, James Miller, Franklin Olsen, Jeffrey Parmelee, Thomas Rosburg, Dennis Schlict, Martin St. Clair, Eric Walsh, Craig Chumbley, Proceedings of the 2007 Mid-Continent Transportation Research Symposium, Ames, Iowa, August 2007
  • "The Carver Summer Scholar Program:  Introducing Incoming College Students to Research in the Sciences" Martin St. Clair, Susan Noreuil, Marc Roy (presented at the 2006 National Meeting of the Council on Undergraduate Research).
  • “U(VI)Reactions with Green Rusts: Influence of Anions”, Martin St. Clair, Sharon L. Smith, Justine O. Harrison, Edward J. O'Loughlin, Kenneth M. Kemmer, Maxim I. Boyanov, Michelle Scherer, (presented at the 2006 Spring National meeting of the American Chemical Society, paper no. ENVR 216).
  • "Assessment of the Sediment Chlordane Levels in McLoud Run, Cedar Rapids, Iowa"  Josh R Dettman, Marty St. Clair (presented at the 2006 Spring National meeting of the American Chemical Society, paper no. CHED 815).
  • "Electrochemical Education", website (http://www.public.coe.edu/ departments /ElectrochemEd/),  peer-reviewed and included in the Analytical Science Digital Library (ASDLID 005112)
  • “Nutrient Concentrations in Eastern Iowa Watersheds”, invited lecture at 4th Annual Water Monitoring Conference, Ames, Iowa, February 2004. (Available at Iowa Department of Natural Resources-Water Quality Monitoring web site)
  • “Nutrient Concentrations in Eastern Iowa Watersheds”, Iowa Department of Natural Resources-Water Quality Monitoring Fact Sheet, February 2004.
  • "Cedar River Tributary Study", reports to Cedar Rapids Water Department and Iowa Department of Natural Resources, 2001 through 2011.  (2009 report available on-line.)
  • “The Determination of Chlordane Concentrations in Cedar Lake Fish Using SPMD and GC-MS”, J.A. Zanter, L. Adams, C. Goater, and M. St. Clair (presented at the Spring 2000 meeting of the Iowa Academy of Science).
  • “Optical Properties of Thin Rhenium Silicate Sol-Gel Films”, D.M. Wellington, M.J. Matsuura, T.J. Kiczenski, E. Hoque, C. Killmer, P.P. Wickham, M.A. St. Clair, M. Affatigato (presented at 1998 Fall meeting of the Glass and Optical Materials Division Meeting of the American Ceramic Society)
  • “Environmental Analysis - An Interdisciplinary Capstone Course in Environmental Science”, Martin A. St. Clair and Paula Sanchini (presented at at 1998 Council on Undergraduate Research meeting, poster P34 and panel presentation W27)
  • “Analysis of Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Cedar Lake Sediments”, J.A. Myrom and M.A. St. Clair (presented at the 1997 meeting of the Iowa Academy of Science, paper no. 56.)
  • “Synthesis and Characterization of Ammoxidation Model Compounds”, B.J. Sieve, M.A. St. Clair, and T. Wenck (presented at the 1997 meeting of the Iowa Academy of S cience, paper no. 61.)
  • “Drinking Water Treatment Chemistry in Environmental Engineering and Analytical Chemistry Courses”, Martin A. St. Clair and Gene F. Parkin (presented at the 1994 Spring meeting of the American Chemical Society, paper no. CHED389).
  • “Fate and Transport of Organic Compounds in Municipal Solid Waste Compost”, S.M. Hsu, J.L. Schnoor, L.A. Licht, M.A. St. Clair, and S.A. Fannin, Compost Science and Utilization, 1993, 1, 36-48.
  • "Photochemical Treatment Process for Mine-Tailing Leachates", M.A. St.Clair, C. Mojonnier, L. Brekke, J. Schnoor (presented at the 1992 Fall meeting of the American Chemical Society, paper no. ENVR40.)
  • "Reactivity of Permethylscandocene Derivatives with Acetylene. Structure of Bis(permethylscandocene)acetylene-diyl, (h5-C5Me5)2Sc-CC-Sc(h5-C5Me5)2", Martin St. Clair, William P. Schaefer, and John E. Bercaw, Organometallics, 1991, 10, 525-527.
  • "Structure of a Scandium-Carboxylate Complex: (h5-C5Me5)2Sc(O2CC6H4CH3 )", Martin A. St. Clair and Bernard D. Santarsiero, Acta Crystallographica, Sect. C, 1989, C45, 850-852.
  • "Addition of Sc-H, Sc-C, and Sc-N Bonds to Coordinated Carbon Monoxide: Structure of a Methylscandoxycarbene Derivative of Cobalt", Martin A. St.Clair, Bernard D. Santarsiero, and John E. Bercaw, Organometallics, 1989, 8, 17-22.
  • "Alkyl Migrations to Heteroatoms in Tantalocene Systems", Martin A. St.Clair and John E. Bercaw (presented at the 1988 Spring meeting of the American Chemical Society, paper no. INOR585).
  • "Insertion of CO into Scandium-Carbon Bonds", Martin A. St. Clair and John E. Bercaw (presented at the 1986 Fall meeting of the American Chemical Society, paper no. INOR150).
  • "Photochemistry of Dipalladium(I) Hexakis(methyl isocyanide) Hexafluorophosphate", Terry D. Miller, Martin A. St. Clair, Mark K. Reinking, and Clifford P. Kubiak, Organometallics, 1983, 2, 767-769.