The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental chemistry, Hydrology, Groundwater, Soil water and Nitrate. Her Environmental chemistry research integrates issues from Nitrous oxide, Nutrient, Ecology and Mineralogy. Her work deals with themes such as Dissolved organic carbon and Carbon dioxide, which intersect with Hydrology.
Her research investigates the connection between Dissolved organic carbon and topics such as Carbon cycle that intersect with problems in Total organic carbon, Surface water, Wetland and Forest floor. As a part of the same scientific study, Sherry L. Schiff usually deals with the Groundwater, concentrating on Soil horizon and frequently concerns with Drainage basin. Her research integrates issues of Nitrification, Botany, Forest ecology, Nitrogen cycle and Snowmelt in her study of Soil water.
Sherry L. Schiff focuses on Environmental chemistry, Hydrology, Groundwater, Ecology and Nitrate. She combines subjects such as Wastewater, Soil water, Nitrification and Effluent with her study of Environmental chemistry. Her studies link Nutrient with Hydrology.
Many of her research projects under Groundwater are closely connected to Plume with Plume, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Her studies examine the connections between Nitrate and genetics, as well as such issues in Nitrous oxide, with regards to STREAMS and Denitrification. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ecozone, Carbon dioxide, Total organic carbon and Carbon cycle.
Her primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Nitrate, Groundwater, Wastewater and Dissolved organic carbon. Her Environmental chemistry research incorporates elements of Water quality, Aquatic organisms and Algae. The Nitrate study combines topics in areas such as Suspended solids, Particulates, Nitrification and Environmental remediation.
Her Groundwater study introduces a deeper knowledge of Hydrology. Her Watershed, Snowmelt, STREAMS and Nutrient pollution study in the realm of Hydrology interacts with subjects such as δ15N. She combines subjects such as Nutrient, Effluent and Sewage treatment with her study of Wastewater.
Her primary scientific interests are in Wastewater, Groundwater, Arctic, Watershed and Freshwater ecosystem. Sherry L. Schiff interconnects Environmental chemistry, Effluent and Sewage treatment in the investigation of issues within Wastewater. Her Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Septic tank, Nitrogen cycle and Eutrophication.
Her study on Groundwater is covered under Hydrology. In general Hydrology study, her work on Groundwater discharge, Surface water and Hyporheic zone often relates to the realm of Flow conditions and Flushing, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her studies deal with areas such as Environmental change, Water column and Biogeochemistry as well as Watershed.
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Export of DOC from forested catchments on the Precambrian Shield of Central Ontario: Clues from13C and 14C
S. L. Schiff;R. Aravena;Susan E. Trumbore;M. J. Hinton.
Regional assessment of N saturation using foliar and root δ15N
L. H. Pardo;P. H. Templer;C. L. Goodale;S. Duke.
Controls on δ 34 S and δ 18 O of dissolved sulfate in aquifers of the Murray Basin, Australia and their use as indicators of flow processes
S.S Dogramaci;S.S Dogramaci;A.L Herczeg;S.L Schiff;Y Bone.
Applied Geochemistry (2001)
Nitrogen enrichment and the emission of nitrous oxide from streams
Helen M. Baulch;Helen M. Baulch;Sherry L. Schiff;Roxane Maranger;Peter J. Dillon.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2011)
Dependence of riverine nitrous oxide emissions on dissolved oxygen levels
Madeline S. Rosamond;Simon J. Thuss;Simon J. Thuss;Sherry L. Schiff.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
Tracing the sources of exported nitrate in the Turkey Lakes Watershed using 15N/14N and 18O/16O isotopic ratios.
John Spoelstra;Sherry L. Schiff;Richard J. Elgood;Ray G. Semkin.
Response of Radioactive Trace Metals to Acid–Base Titrations in Controlled Experimental Ecosystems: Evaluation of Transport Parameters for Application to Whole-Lake Radiotracer Experiments
Peter H. Santschi;Urs P. Nyffeler;Robert F. Anderson;Sherry L. Schiff.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (1986)
Prevalence of anaerobic ammonium-oxidizing bacteria in contaminated groundwater.
Tara A. Moore;Yangping Xing;Brent Lazenby;Michael D. J. Lynch.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
Persistence of artificial sweeteners in a 15-year-old septic system plume
W.D. Robertson;D.R. Van Stempvoort;D.K. Solomon;J. Homewood.
Journal of Hydrology (2013)
Diffusive and ebullitive transport of methane and nitrous oxide from streams: Are bubble-mediated fluxes important?
Helen M. Baulch;Helen M. Baulch;Peter J. Dillon;Roxane Maranger;Sherry L. Schiff.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2011)
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