- Ali, G., Oswald, C.J., Spence, C., Wellen, C.. The T-TEL Method for Assessing Water, Sediment and Chemical Connectivity. Water Resources Research. (accepted)
- Robinson, A., Oswald, C.J., Wellen, C., Atkinson, D. Simulating Current and Future Streamflow for a High Arctic Watershed, Cambridge Bay, NU. Hydrological Processes. (in review)
- Oswald, C.J. and Carey, S.K. Total and methyl mercury concentrations in sediment and water of a constructed wetland in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region. Environmental Pollution. 213: 628-637.
- Graydon, J., Mitchell, C., Oswald, C., St. Louis, V. (2016) Mercury fate and methylation in terrestrial upland and wetland environments. Chapter 5 in the Canadian Mercury Science Assessment, Environment Canada.
- Oswald, C.J. and Branfireun, B.A. Antecedent moisture conditions control mercury and dissolved organic carbon concentration dynamics during summer storms in a boreal headwater catchment. Water Resources Research. DOI: 10.1002/2013WR014736
- Oswald, C.J., Heyes, A., and Branfireun, B.A. (2014) Fate and transport of ambient mercury and applied mercury isotope in terrestrial upland soils: Insights from the METAALICUS watershed. Environmental Science & Technology. 48(2): 1023-1031.
- Ali, G., Oswald, C.J., Spence, C., Cammerat, E.L.H., McGuire, K.J., Meixner, T., Reaney, S.M. (2013) Towards a unified threshold-based hydrological theory: necessary components and recurring challenges. Hydrological Processes. 27(2): 313-318.
- Oswald, C.J., Richardson, M.C., and Branfireun, B.A. (2011) Water storage dynamics and runoff response of a boreal Shield headwater catchment. Hydrological Processes. 25: 3042-3060.
- Oswald, C.J., Rouse, W.R., and Binyamin, J. (2008) Modelling lake energy fluxes in the Mackenzie River Basin using bulk aerodynamic mass transfer theory. In Cold Regions Atmospheric and Hydrologic Studies: the Mackenzie GEWEX Experience, Volume II: Hydrologic Processes. Springer-Verlag: Woo, M-K. (Ed.), 508 p.
- Oswald, C.J. and Rouse, W.R. (2004) Thermal characteristics and energy balance of various-size Canadian Shield lakes in the Mackenzie River basin. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 5: 129-144.