School of Environment and Sustainability

Research Area(s)

  • Analytical and environmental chemistry and toxicology
  • Fate and effects of trace substances in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems
  • Aquatic and wildlife toxicology
  • Ecological risk assessment
  • Human impacts on northern Canadian ecosystems and subsistence food resources

Academic Credentials

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Zoology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Selected Publications

Ohiozebau, E., Tendler, B., Hill, A., Codling, G., Kelly, E., Giesy, J.P., and Jones, P.D.  2016.  Products of biotransformation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in fishes of the Athabasca/Slave river system, Canada.  Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 38(2): 577-591.

Peng, H., Saunders, D.M.V, Sun, J., Codling, G., Wiseman, S., Jones, P.D., and Giesy, J.P.  2015.  Detection, identification, and quantification of hydroxylated bis(2-ethylhexyl)-tetrabromophthalate isomers in house dust.  Environmental Science and Technology, 49(5), 2999–3006.

Peng, H., Chen, C., Saunders, D.M.V., Sun, J., Tang, S., Codling, G.P., Hecker, M., Wiseman, S., Jones, P.D., Li, A., Rockne, K.J. Giesy, J.P.  2015.  Untargeted Identification of Organo-bromine Compounds in Lake Sediments by Ultra-High Resolution Mass Spectrometry with the Data-Independent Precursor Isolation and Characteristic Fragment (DIPIC-Frag) Method. Analytical Chemistry, 87(20), 10237–10246.

Flahr, L.M., Michel, N.L., Zahara, A.R.D., Jones, P.D., and Morrissey, C.A.  2015.  Developmental Exposure to Aroclor 1254 Alters Migratory Behavior in Juvenile European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris).  Environmental Science and Technology, 49(10), 6274-6283.

Tse, T.J., Doig, L.E., Leavitt, P.R., Quiñones-Rivera, Z.J., Codling, G., Lucas, B.T., Liber, K., Giesy, J.P., Wheater, H., and Jones, P.D.  2015.  Long-term spatial trends in sedimentary algal pigments in a narrow river-valley reservoir, Lake Diefenbaker, Canada.  Journal of Great Lakes Research, 41(2): 56-66.