2013 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2012 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary scientific interests are in Peat, Hydrology, Bog, Groundwater and Soil science. His Peat research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Vegetation, Pore water pressure, Methanogenesis and Carbon cycle. His Hydrology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hydraulic conductivity, Debris and Radiocarbon dating.
His study in Bog is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Methane and Wetland. His Groundwater study combines topics in areas such as Permafrost, Arctic and Permeability. His Soil science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Groundwater recharge and Tributary.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Hydrology, Peat, Groundwater, Bog and Methane. His work in Groundwater recharge, Surface water, Wetland, Groundwater flow and Hydrology are all subfields of Hydrology research. His Surface water research incorporates elements of Drainage basin, Watershed, Tributary and STREAMS.
His work in Peat tackles topics such as Dissolved organic carbon which are related to areas like Total organic carbon. His studies in Groundwater integrate themes in fields like Hydraulic fracturing and Geochemistry. His Bog study incorporates themes from Soil science, Sphagnum, Hydraulic conductivity, Methanogenesis and Vegetation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hydrology, Groundwater, Methane, Peat and Wetland. His research in Hydrology intersects with topics in Bog and Salinity. He usually deals with Bog and limits it to topics linked to Carbon cycle and Greenhouse gas and Transect.
His Groundwater research includes themes of Structural basin, Surface water, Hydraulic fracturing, Tributary and Environmental chemistry. His research integrates issues of Water well and Petroleum engineering in his study of Methane. His Peat research incorporates themes from Climate change and Pore water pressure.
Donald I. Siegel mainly investigates Hydrology, Groundwater, Water well, Methane and Peat. His Watershed, Contamination and STREAMS study in the realm of Hydrology connects with subjects such as Baseline data. Donald I. Siegel combines subjects such as Hydraulic fracturing and Water quality with his study of Groundwater.
His work deals with themes such as Groundwater flow, Meteoric water, Saline water and Water supply, which intersect with Water well. His Methane research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydrography and Unconventional oil. His biological study focuses on Bog.
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Oxidation of aromatic contaminants coupled to microbial iron reduction
Derek R. Lovley;Mary Jo Baedecker;Debra J. Lonergan;Isabella M. Cozzarelli.
Crude oil in a shallow sand and gravel aquifer-III. Biogeochemical reactions and mass balance modeling in anoxic groundwater
Mary Jo Baedecker;Isabelle M. Cozzarelli;Robert P. Eganhouse;Donald I. Siegel.
Applied Geochemistry (1993)
The dissolution of quartz in dilute aqueous solutions of organic acids at 25°C
Philip C Bennett;M. E. Melcer;D. I. Siegel;J. P. Hassett.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1988)
Radiocarbon evidence for the substrates supporting methane formation within northern Minnesota peatlands
Jeffrey P. Chanton;James E. Bauer;Paul A. Glaser;Donald I. Siegel.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1995)
Increased solubility of quartz in water due to complexing by organic compounds
Philip C Bennett;D. I. Siegel.
THE RESPONSE OF VEGETATION TO CHEMICAL AND HYDROLOGICAL GRADIENTS IN THE LOST RIVER PEATLAND, NORTHERN MINNESOTA
Paul H. Glaser;Jan A. Janssens;Donald I. Siegel.
Journal of Ecology (1990)
HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY AND RELATED PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF PEAT, LOST RIVER PEATLAND, NORTHERN MINNESOTA
David B. Chason;Donald I. Siegel.
Soil Science (1986)
Radiocarbon and stable carbon isotopic evidence for transport and transformation of dissolved organic carbon, dissolved inorganic carbon, and CH4 in a northern Minnesota peatland
L. S. Chasar;J. P. Chanton;Paul H Glaser;D. I. Siegel.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2000)
Groundwater flow with energy transport and water-ice phase change: Numerical simulations, benchmarks, and application to freezing in peat bogs
Jeffrey M. McKenzie;Clifford I. Voss;Donald I. Siegel.
Advances in Water Resources (2007)
Modeling surface and ground water mixing in the hyporheic zone using MODFLOW and MT3D
Laura K. Lautz;Donald I. Siegel.
Advances in Water Resources (2006)
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