1992 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary areas of study are Hydrology, Soil water, Nitrate, Watershed and Environmental chemistry. His Hydrology research includes themes of Throughfall and Deposition. His Soil water research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Plant litter, Experimental forest, Agronomy and Groundwater.
Myron J. Mitchell has researched Watershed in several fields, including Hydrology and Biogeochemical cycle. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inorganic chemistry, Organic matter, Extraction and Soil horizon. His Drainage basin study incorporates themes from Growing season, Ecosystem and STREAMS.
Myron J. Mitchell mostly deals with Hydrology, Soil water, Environmental chemistry, Watershed and Ecology. The various areas that Myron J. Mitchell examines in his Hydrology study include Throughfall, Dissolved organic carbon and Nitrate. His work investigates the relationship between Soil water and topics such as Groundwater that intersect with problems in Streamflow.
His work in the fields of Environmental chemistry, such as Biogeochemical cycle, overlaps with other areas such as Sulfur cycle. His Watershed research integrates issues from Acid neutralizing capacity and Baseflow. His work in Ecosystem addresses issues such as Nitrogen cycle, which are connected to fields such as Nitrification.
Myron J. Mitchell spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Watershed, Ecosystem, Environmental chemistry and Soil water. Myron J. Mitchell has included themes like Throughfall, Dissolved organic carbon, Biogeochemical cycle and Deciduous in his Hydrology study. His Ecosystem research incorporates themes from Nitrate and STREAMS.
His studies in Environmental chemistry integrate themes in fields like Nutrient and Cycling. His work carried out in the field of Soil water brings together such families of science as Streamflow, Surface runoff and Litter. His study looks at the intersection of Biogeochemistry and topics like Nitrogen cycle with Nitrification.
Myron J. Mitchell focuses on Hydrology, Watershed, Ecosystem, Soil water and Dissolved organic carbon. Myron J. Mitchell works in the field of Hydrology, namely Drainage basin. His Ecosystem study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Ecology.
His Soil water research focuses on Surface runoff and how it connects with Groundwater. In his research on the topic of Dissolved organic carbon, Litter and Humus is strongly related with Baseflow. His Biogeochemical cycle research includes themes of Canopy, Aquatic ecosystem, Deposition and Biogeochemistry.
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A meta-analysis of the response of soil respiration, net nitrogen mineralization, and aboveground plant growth to experimental ecosystem warming
L.E. Rustad;J.L. Campbell;G.M. Marion;R.J. Norby.
Who needs environmental monitoring
Gary M. Lovett;Douglas A. Burns;Charles T. Driscoll;Jennifer C. Jenkins.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2007)
Potential effects of climate change and variability on watershed biogeochemical processes and water quality in Northeast Asia.
Ji Hyung Park;Lei Duan;Bomchul Kim;Myron J. Mitchell.
Environment International (2010)
Climatic Control of Nitrate Loss from Forested Watersheds in the Northeast United States
Myron J. Mitchell;Charles T. Driscoll;Jeffrey S. Kahl;Gene E. Likens.
Environmental Science & Technology (1996)
Chemical response of lakes in the Adirondack Region of New York to declines in acidic deposition
Charles T. Driscoll;Kimberley M. Driscoll;Karen M. Roy;Myron J. Mitchell.
Environmental Science & Technology (2003)
Winter in northeastern North America: a critical period for ecological processes
John L. Campbell;Myron J. Mitchell;Peter M. Groffman;Lynn M. Christenson.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2005)
Effects of acidic deposition on forest and aquatic ecosystems in New York State.
Charles T Driscoll;Kimberley M Driscoll;Myron J Mitchell;Dudley J Raynal.
Environmental Pollution (2003)
Insect Defoliation and Nitrogen Cycling in Forests
Gary M. Lovett;Lynn M. Christenson;Peter M. Groffman;Clive G. Jones.
Nitrogen saturation in Japanese forested watersheds.
Kiyokazu Ohrui;Myron J. Mitchell.
Ecological Applications (1997)
The biogeochemistry of sulfur at Hubbard Brook
Gene E. Likens;Charles T. Driscoll;Donald C. Buso;Myron J. Mitchell.
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