Aquifer Disposal of Acid Gases: Modelling of Water-Rock Reactions for Trapping Acid Wastes, W.D.Gunter, E.H. Perkins, Ian Hutcheon, Applied Geochemistry 15, 1085-1095 (2000)
Enhanced Recovery of Coalbed Methane with Carbon Dioxide Sequestration - Selection of Possible Demonstration Sites, International Energy Agency Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme Report Number PH3/34, 178p. (2000)
Roy, L.D. and M. Hiltz. 2000. Restraining Trap Field Test for Canada Lynx (Lynx canadensis). A report to the Fur Institute of Canada. Alberta Research Council Client Report. 12 pp.
Roy, L., M. Hiltz, E. Jenson, A. Kolenosky, C. Twitchell, M. Herbut, S. Melenka, L. Nolan, and D. Sturgess. 2000. A Summary Report of the Trap Effectiveness Project April 1, 1999 to March 31, 2000. A report to the Fur Institute of Canada. Trap Effectiveness Research Team, Alberta Research Council, 47 pp.
Schieck, J., and K.A. Hobson. 2000. Bird communities associated with live residual tree patches within cut blocks and burned habitat in mixedwood boreal forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30: 1281-1295.
Schieck, J., K. Stuart-Smith, and M. Norton. 2000. Bird communities are affected by amount and dispersion of vegetation retained in mixedwood boreal forest harvest areas. Forest Ecology and Management 126: 239-254.
Schieck, J., S.M. Bradbury, S, Crites, L. Marinelli, T. Sorensen, C. Gray, and D. McKinnon. 2000. Biodiversity in cutblocks with few large versus many small residual patches of trees and snags. Alberta Research Council, Vegreville, Alberta. 177 pp.
Schneider R.R., Wynes B., Wasel S., Dzus E. and M. Hiltz. 2000. Habitat use by caribou in Northern Alberta, Canada. Rangifer, 20(1), p. 43-50.
Hobson, K.A., and J. Schieck. 1999. Changes in bird communities in boreal mixedwood forests: harvest and wildfire effects over 30 years. Ecological Applications 9: 849-863.
Lee, P., S. Crites, L. Marinelli, and J. Schieck, Eds. 1999. Fire and Harvest Residual (FAHR) Project: A comparison of wildfire and timber harvest residuals on the soils, forest structure, and biodiversity in aspen / mixedwood communities in Alberta. Alberta Research Council Inc., Vegreville, Alberta.
Monitoring of Aquifer Disposal of CO2: Experience from Underground Gas Storage and Enhanced Oil Recovery, W.D. Gunter, R.J. Chalaturnyk and J.D. Scott. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on GHG Control Technologies, Interlaken, Switzerland, (Editors: P. Reimer, B. Eliasson, A. Wokaun), Pergamon, 151-156 (1999)
Roy, L., M. Hiltz, T. Kazmierczak, A.J. Kolenosky, C. Twitchell, R.K. Drescher, M. Herbut, S. Melenka, L. Nolan and P. Bosomworth. 1999. A Summary Report of the Trap Effectiveness Project April 1, 1998 to March 31, 1999. A report to the Fur Institute of Canada. Trap Effectiveness Research Team, Alberta Research Council, 60 pp.
Sedimentary Basins and Greenhouse Gases: A Serendipitous Association, Brian Hitchon, W.D. Gunter, Thomas Gentzis, Roger Bailey. Energy Convers. Mgmt. 40, 825-843 (1999)
Large CO2 Sinks: Their Role in the Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases from an International, National (Canadian) and Provincial (Alberta) Perspective, W.D. Gunter, S. Wong, D.B. Cheel, G. Sjostrom. Applied Energy 61, 209-227 (1998)
Pinsonneault, Y., L.D. Roy, M. Hiltz and B.E. Grover. 1998. Winter habitat use by fishers (Martes pennanti) in harvested and unharvested forests of northeast Alberta. Prepared for Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. Alberta Research Council Inc., Vegreville, Alberta. 71 pp.
Roy, L., M. Hiltz, R. Drescher, A.J. Kolenosky, C. Twitchell, S. Melenka and L. Nolan. 1998. A Summary Report of the Trap Effectiveness Project April 1, 1997 to March 31, 1998. A report to the Fur Institute of Canada. Trap Effectiveness Research Team, Alberta Research Council, 24 pp.
Deep Coalbed Methane in Alberta, Canada: A Fuel Resource with the Potential of Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions, W.D. Gunter, T. Gentzis, B.A. Rottenfusser and R.J.H. Richardson, Energy Convers. Mgmt. 38 Suppl., S217-S222 (1997)
Schieck, J. 1997. Biased detectability of bird vocalizations affects comparisons of bird abundance among forested habitats. Condor 179-190.
Villard, M-A, and J. Schieck. 1997. Immediate post-fire nesting by Black-backed Woodpeckers, Picoides articus, in northern Alberta. Canadian Field Naturalist 111:478-479.
Aquifer Disposal of Carbon Dioxide: Hydrodynamic and Mineral Trapping - Proof of Concept, Editor: B.Hitchon, Geoscience Publishing Ltd., Sherwood Park, Alberta (1996)
Schieck, J., M. Nietfeld, and J.B. Stelfox. 1995. Differences in bird species richness and abundance among three successional stages of aspen-dominated boreal forests. Canadian Journal of Zoology 73: 1417-1431.
Stelfox, B. Ed. 1995. Aspen Biodiversity Report: Relationships between stand age, stand structure, and biodiversity in aspen mixedwood forests in Alberta. Alberta Environmental Centre (now Alberta Research Council Inc.), Canadian Forest Service, and Alberta Land and Forest Service. Vegreville, Alberta.
Aquifer Disposal of CO2: Hydrodynamic and Mineral Trapping, Stefan Bachu, W.D. Gunter and E.H. Perkins, Energy Convers. Mgmt. Vol. 35, 269-279 (1994)
Aquifer Disposal of CO2-Rich Gases: Reaction Design for Added Capacity, W.D. Gunter, E.H. Perkins and Tom J.McCann, Energy Convers. Mgmt., Vol. 34, 941-948 (1993)