Charles T Driscoll

Distinguished Professor and University Professor of Environmental Systems Engineering

  • 26269 Citations
  • 81 h-Index
1977 …2023
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Earth & Environmental Sciences

acid
acid deposition
acidification
acidity
aluminum
anion
atmospheric deposition
biogeochemistry
brook
calcium
catchment
cation
climate
climate change
critical load
dissolved organic carbon
drainage water
ecosystem
effect
fish
forest ecosystem
forest floor
forest soil
freezing
headwater
lake
mercury
methylmercury
mineral
mountain
nitrate
nitrogen
organic acid
phosphorus
saturation
sediment
snowmelt
soil
soil water
solute
Spodosol
streamwater
sulfate
sulfur
surface water
water
water chemistry
watershed
wetland
wollastonite

Chemical Compounds

Acid Rain
Acidification
Acidity
Acids
Air pollution
Aluminum
Anions
Aquatic ecosystems
Biogeochemistry
Biological materials
Biomass
Calcium
Calcium Carbonate
Carbon
Catchments
Cations
Climate change
Drainage
Ecosystems
Emission control
Estuaries
Fish
Fluxes
Freezing
Hardwoods
Lakes
Mercury
Minerals
Monitoring
Nitrates
Nitrification
Nitrogen
Nutrients
Organic acids
Organic carbon
Phosphorus
Ponds
Recovery
Rivers
Sediments
Snow
Soils
Sulfates
Sulfur
Surface waters
Water
Watersheds
Weathering
Wetlands
Wood

Agriculture & Biology

Acer saccharum subsp. saccharum
acidification
acids
Adirondacks
aluminum
atmospheric deposition
biogeochemistry
calcium
calcium silicate
carbon
cations
chemistry
climate change
dissolved inorganic nitrogen
dissolved organic carbon
ecosystems
environmental monitoring
experimental forests
forest ecosystems
forest soils
forested watersheds
hardwood forests
lakes
mercury
mineral soils
mineralization
neutralization
nitrification
nitrogen
Northeastern United States
organic horizons
soil
soil solution
soil water
Spodosols
sulfates
sulfur
surface water
water