Carl Mitchell
Carl Mitchell
Associate Professor of Environmental Science, University of Toronto Scarborough
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Spatial characteristics of net methylmercury production hot spots in peatlands
CPJ Mitchell, BA Branfireun, RK Kolka
Environmental Science & Technology 42 (4), 1010-1016, 2008
Methylmercury production in a Chesapeake Bay salt marsh
CPJ Mitchell, CC Gilmour
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 113 (G2), 2008
Assessing sulfate and carbon controls on net methylmercury production in peatlands: An in situ mesocosm approach
CPJ Mitchell, BA Branfireun, RK Kolka
Applied Geochemistry 23 (3), 503-518, 2008
Challenges and opportunities for managing aquatic mercury pollution in altered landscapes
H Hsu-Kim, CS Eckley, D Acha, X Feng, CC Gilmour, S Jonsson, ...
Ambio 47 (2), 141-169, 2018
The effect of depositional history on contaminated bed sediment stability
IG Droppo, YL Lau, C Mitchell
Science of the Total Environment 266 (1-3), 7-13, 2001
Measuring and modelling stable isotopes of mobile and bulk soil water
M Sprenger, D Tetzlaff, JM Buttle, H Laudon, H Leistert, C Mitchell, ...
Vadose Zone Journal 17, 170149, 2018
Methylmercury declines in a boreal peatland when experimental sulfate deposition decreases
JK Coleman Wasik, CPJ Mitchell, DR Engstrom, EB Swain, BA Monson, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (12), 6663-6671, 2012
The effects of hydrologic fluctuation and sulfate regeneration on mercury cycling in an experimental peatland
JKC Wasik, DR Engstrom, CPJ Mitchell, EB Swain, BA Monson, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120 (9), 1697-1715, 2015
Hydrogeomorphic controls on reduction–oxidation conditions across boreal upland–peatland interfaces
CPJ Mitchell, BA Branfireun
Ecosystems 8 (7), 731-747, 2005
A preliminary assessment of water partitioning and ecohydrological coupling in northern headwaters using stable isotopes and conceptual runoff models
D Tetzlaff, J Buttle, SK Carey, MHJ Van Huijgevoort, H Laudon, ...
Hydrological Processes 29 (25), 5153-5173, 2015
Total mercury and methylmercury dynamics in upland–peatland watersheds during snowmelt
CPJ Mitchell, BA Branfireun, RK Kolka
Biogeochemistry 90 (3), 225-241, 2008
Accumulation and translocation of methylmercury and inorganic mercury in Oryza sativa: An enriched isotope tracer study
RJ Strickman, CPJ Mitchell
Science of the Total Environment 574, 1415-1423, 2017
Methylmercury dynamics at the upland‐peatland interface: Topographic and hydrogeochemical controls
CPJ Mitchell, BA Branfireun, RK Kolka
Water Resources Research 45 (2), 2009
Analysis of airborne LiDAR surveys to quantify the characteristic morphologies of northern forested wetlands
MC Richardson, CPJ Mitchell, BA Branfireun, RK Kolka
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 115 (G3), 2010
A High Precision Passive Air Sampler for Gaseous Mercury
DS McLagan, CPJ Mitchell, H Huang, YD Lei, AS Cole, A Steffen, H Hung, ...
Environmental Science & Technology Letters 3, 24-29, 2016
Gaseous mercury fluxes from forest soils in response to forest harvesting intensity: A field manipulation experiment
M Mazur, CPJ Mitchell, CS Eckley, SL Eggert, RK Kolka, SD Sebestyen, ...
Science of the Total Environment 496, 678-687, 2014
Passive air sampling of gaseous elemental mercury: a critical review
F McLagan, D. S., Mazur, M. E. E., Mitchell, C. P. J., and Wania
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16, 3061-3076, 2016
Influence of porewater sulfide on methylmercury production and partitioning in sulfate-impacted lake sediments
LT Bailey, CPJ Mitchell, DR Engstrom, ME Berndt, JK Coleman Wasik, ...
Science of the Total Environment 580, 1197-1204, 2017
Mercury methylation in high and low-sulphate impacted wetland ponds within the prairie pothole region of North America
CGJ Hoggarth, BD Hall, CPJ Mitchell
Environmental pollution 205, 269-277, 2015
Methylmercury in water, sediment, and invertebrates in created wetlands of Rouge Park, Toronto, Canada
KA Sinclair, Q Xie, CPJ Mitchell
Environmental Pollution 171, 207-215, 2012
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