A. Robin Stewart
The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands
Robin Stewart has been a research hydrologist with U.S. Geological Survey's National Research Program (NRP) in Menlo Park since 2003. She received an undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Victoria, British Columbia Canada in 1991 and a PhD in ecotoxicology from the University of Manitoba in 1998. Immediately following this she pursued a postdoctoral appointment with Canada's Department of Fisheries and Oceans in 1998 evaluating the fate and transport of organic contaminants during the 1997 Red River Flood. In the spring of 1999 she began her postdoctoral research with the USGS National Research Program.
selenium mercury food webs ecological processes aquatic ecosystems
Zeug SC, Brodsky A, Kogut N, Stewart AR, Merz J (2014) Ancient fish and recent invaders: white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) diet response to invasive species-mediated changes in a benthic prey assemblage. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 514:163-174
Eagles-Smith CA, Ackerman JT, Willacker JJ, Tate MT, Lutz MA, Fleck JA, Stewart AR, Wiener JG, Evers DC, Lepak JM, Davis JA, Pritz CF (2016) Spatial and temporal patterns of mercury concentrations in freshwater fish across the Western United States and Canada. Sci Total Environ 568:1171-1184
Eagles-Smith CA, Wiener JG, Eckley CS, Willacker JJ, Evers DC, Marvin-DiPasquale M, Obrist D, Fleck JA, Aiken GR, Lepak JM, Jackson AK, Webster JP, Stewart AR, Davis JA, Alpers CN, Ackerman JT (2016) Mercury in western North America: A synthesis of environmental contamination, fluxes, bioaccumulation, and risk to fish and wildlife. Sci Total Environ 568:1213-1226