2020 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Hydrology, Nitrogen cycle, Drainage basin, Soil water and STREAMS are her primary areas of study. Elizabeth W. Boyer interconnects Denitrification and Ecosystem in the investigation of issues within Nitrogen cycle. Her Ecosystem research integrates issues from Reactive nitrogen and Earth science.
The concepts of her Drainage basin study are interwoven with issues in Watershed and Nitrate. Her research integrates issues of Fertilizer and Snowmelt in her study of Soil water. Elizabeth W. Boyer has included themes like Dissolved organic carbon and Eutrophication in her STREAMS study.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Hydrology, Ecosystem, Streamflow, Drainage basin and Watershed. Her Hydrology research focuses on subjects like Dissolved organic carbon, which are linked to Nutrient. Her Ecosystem study contributes to a more complete understanding of Ecology.
Her Streamflow study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Soil water, Soil horizon, Climate change, Riparian zone and Nitrate. Elizabeth W. Boyer focuses mostly in the field of Drainage basin, narrowing it down to matters related to Nitrogen cycle and, in some cases, Denitrification, Nitrogen fixation and Agricultural land. Her studies deal with areas such as Baseflow and Biogeochemical cycle as well as Watershed.
Elizabeth W. Boyer focuses on Hydrology, Water quality, Streamflow, Hydrology and Watershed. Her study in Habitat extends to Hydrology with its themes. Her work deals with themes such as Surface runoff, Sparrow, Vegetation and Soil horizon, which intersect with Streamflow.
Elizabeth W. Boyer focuses mostly in the field of Groundwater, narrowing it down to topics relating to Agricultural watershed and, in certain cases, Surface water. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nutrient and Land use. The Agriculture study combines topics in areas such as Nitrogen cycle and Water resources.
Her main research concerns Water quality, Hydrology, Drainage basin, Bayesian probability and Sparrow. Her Water quality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wastewater, Water treatment and Water resource management. Her study in Hydrology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Effluent and Habitat.
Elizabeth W. Boyer combines subjects such as Nitrogen removal, Terrestrial ecosystem, Physical geography and Land use with her study of Drainage basin. Streamflow and Climatology are fields of study that intersect with her Bayesian probability research.
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Nitrogen cycles: past, present, and future
J. N. Galloway;F. J. Dentener;D. G. Capone;E. W. Boyer.
Spectrofluorometric characterization of dissolved organic matter for indication of precursor organic material and aromaticity
Diane M. McKnight;Elizabeth W. Boyer;Paul K. Westerhoff;Peter T. Doran.
Limnology and Oceanography (2001)
Biogeochemical Hot Spots and Hot Moments at the Interface of Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems
Michael E. McClain;Elizabeth W. Boyer;C. Lisa Dent;Sarah E. Gergel.
Differences in phosphorus and nitrogen delivery to the Gulf of Mexico from the Mississippi River Basin.
Richard B. Alexander;Richard A. Smith;Gregory E. Schwarz;Elizabeth W. Boyer.
Environmental Science & Technology (2008)
Anthropogenic nitrogen sources and relationships to riverine nitrogen export in the northeastern U.S.A.
Elizabeth W. Boyer;Christine L. Goodale;Norbert A. Jaworski;Robert W. Howarth.
The Role of Headwater Streams in Downstream Water Quality
Richard B. Alexander;Elizabeth W. Boyer;Richard A. Smith;Gregory E. Schwarz.
Journal of The American Water Resources Association (2007)
Nitrogen retention in rivers: model development and application to watersheds in the northeastern U.S.A.
Sybil P. Seitzinger;Renée V. Styles;Elizabeth W. Boyer;Richard B. Alexander.
Sources of nitrate in rivers draining sixteen watersheds in the northeastern U.S.: Isotopic constraints
Bernhard Mayer;Elizabeth W. Boyer;Christine Goodale;Norbert A. Jaworski.
Nitrogen Use in the United States from 1961–2000 and Potential Future Trends
Robert W. Howarth;Elizabeth W. Boyer;Wendy J. Pabich;James N. Galloway.
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment (2002)
Response characteristics of DOC flushing in an alpine catchment
Elizabeth W. Boyer;Elizabeth W. Boyer;George M. Hornberger;Kenneth E. Bencala;Diane M. McKnight.
Hydrological Processes (1997)
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