Charles T. Driscoll
Charles T. Driscoll
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Syracuse University
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Mercury as a global pollutant: sources, pathways, and effects
CT Driscoll, RP Mason, HM Chan, DJ Jacob, N Pirrone
Environmental science & technology 47 (10), 4967-4983, 2013
13992013
Long-term effects of acid rain: response and recovery of a forest ecosystem
GE Likens, CT Driscoll, DC Buso
Science 272 (5259), 244-246, 1996
13281996
Acidic Deposition in the Northeastern United States: Sources and Inputs, Ecosystem Effects, and Management Strategies: The effects of acidic deposition in the northeastern …
CT Driscoll, GB Lawrence, AJ Bulger, TJ Butler, CS Cronan, C Eagar, ...
BioScience 51 (3), 180-198, 2001
12032001
Effect of aluminium speciation on fish in dilute acidified waters
CT Driscoll, JP Baker, JJ Bisogni, CL Schofield
Nature 284 (5752), 161-164, 1980
10321980
Regional trends in aquatic recovery from acidification in North America and Europe
JL Stoddard, DS Jeffries, A Lükewille, TA Clair, PJ Dillon, CT Driscoll, ...
Nature 401 (6753), 575-578, 1999
9421999
A procedure for the fractionation of aqueous aluminum in dilute acidic waters
CT Driscoll
International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry 16 (4), 267-283, 1984
9041984
Acidification and alkalinization of soils
N Van Breemen, J Mulder, CT Driscoll
Plant and soil 75 (3), 283-308, 1983
8301983
Local to regional emission sources affecting mercury fluxes to New York lakes
R Bookman, CT Driscoll, DR Engstrom, SW Effler
Atmospheric Environment 42 (24), 6088-6097, 2008
8052008
Acidic deposition and internal proton sources in acidification of soils and waters
N Van Breemen, CT Driscoll, J Mulder
Nature 307 (5952), 599-604, 1984
6851984
Colder soils in a warmer world: a snow manipulation study in a northern hardwood forest ecosystem
PM Groffman, CT Driscoll, TJ Fahey, JP Hardy, RD Fitzhugh, GL Tierney
Biogeochemistry 56 (2), 135-150, 2001
6212001
Mercury contamination in forest and freshwater ecosystems in the northeastern United States
CT Driscoll, YJ Han, CY Chen, DC Evers, KF Lambert, TM Holsen, ...
BioScience 57 (1), 17-28, 2007
5762007
The biogeochemistry of calcium at Hubbard Brook
GE Likens, CT Driscoll, DC Buso, TG Siccama, CE Johnson, GM Lovett, ...
Biogeochemistry 41 (2), 89-173, 1998
5651998
Who needs environmental monitoring?
GM Lovett, DA Burns, CT Driscoll, JC Jenkins, MJ Mitchell, L Rustad, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5 (5), 253-260, 2007
5282007
Factors affecting mercury accumulation in fish in the upper Michigan peninsula
TM Grieb, GL Bowie, CT Driscoll, SP Gloss, CL Schofield, DB Porcella
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 9 (7), 919-930, 1990
4981990
‘Acid rain’, dissolved aluminum and chemical weathering at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, New Hampshire
NM Johnson, CT Driscoll, JS Eaton, GE Likens, WH McDowell
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 45 (9), 1421-1437, 1981
4971981
Nitrogen pollution in the northeastern United States: sources, effects, and management options
CT Driscoll, D Whitall, J Aber, E Boyer, M Castro, C Cronan, CL Goodale, ...
BioScience 53 (4), 357-374, 2003
4872003
The role of dissolved organic carbon in the chemistry and bioavailability of mercury in remote Adirondack lakes
CT Driscoll, V Blette, C Yan, CL Schofield, R Munson, J Holsapple
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 80 (1), 499-508, 1995
4691995
Soil freezing alters fine root dynamics in a northern hardwood forest
GL Tierney, TJ Fahey, PM Groffman, JP Hardy, RD Fitzhugh, CT Driscoll
Biogeochemistry 56 (2), 175-190, 2001
4072001
Mycorrhizal weathering of apatite as an important calcium source in base-poor forest ecosystems
JD Blum, A Klaue, CA Nezat, CT Driscoll, CE Johnson, TG Siccama, ...
Nature 417 (6890), 729-731, 2002
4032002
The mercury cycle and fish in the Adirondack lakes
CTDC VAN, CL SCHOFIELD, RON MUNSON, J HOLSAPPLE
Environmental Science & Technology 28 (3), 136A-143A, 1994
3761994
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