Nathan W Johnson
TitleCited byYear
Biogeochemical changes and mercury methylation beneath an in-situ sediment cap
NW Johnson, DD Reible, LE Katz
Environmental science & technology 44 (19), 7280-7286, 2010
312010
Influence of porewater sulfide on methylmercury production and partitioning in sulfate-impacted lake sediments
LT Bailey, CPJ Mitchell, DR Engstrom, ME Berndt, JKC Wasik, ...
Science of the Total Environment 580, 1197-1204, 2017
202017
Methylmercury production in a chronically sulfate-impacted sub-boreal wetland
NW Johnson, CPJ Mitchell, DR Engstrom, LT Bailey, JKC Wasik, ...
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 18 (6), 725-734, 2016
152016
Effects of sulfate and sulfide on the life cycle of Zizania palustris in hydroponic and mesocosm experiments
J Pastor, B Dewey, NW Johnson, EB Swain, P Monson, EB Peters, ...
Ecological Applications 27 (1), 321-336, 2017
142017
Increase in nutrients, mercury, and methylmercury as a consequence of elevated sulfate reduction to sulfide in experimental wetland mesocosms
A Myrbo, EB Swain, NW Johnson, DR Engstrom, J Pastor, B Dewey, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 122 (11), 2769-2785, 2017
122017
Modeling hydrologic controls on sulfur processes in sulfate‐impacted wetland and stream sediments
GHC Ng, AR Yourd, NW Johnson, AE Myrbo
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 122 (9), 2435-2457, 2017
102017
Geochemical factors influencing the production and transport of methylmercury in St. Louis River Estuary sediment
BF Beck, NW Johnson
Applied geochemistry 51, 44-54, 2014
62014
Seasonal and spatial variations in methylmercury in the water column of sulfate-impacted lakes
L Bailey, N Johnson, C Mitchell, D Engstrom, J Coleman-Wasik, M Kelly, ...
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, 2014
52014
Response of rooting zone geochemistry to experimental manipulation of sulfate levels in Wild Rice mesocosms
NW Johnson
MPCA Report. December, 2013
42013
Molecular evidence for novel mercury methylating microorganisms in sulfate-impacted lakes
DS Jones, GM Walker, NW Johnson, CPJ Mitchell, JKC Wasik, JV Bailey
The ISME journal 13 (7), 1659-1675, 2019
32019
ArcGIS and HSPF model development
NW Johnson, DR Maidment, LE Katz
Center for Research in Water Resources, University of Texas at Austin, 2005
32005
Quantitative Dissolution of Environmentally Accessible Iron Residing in Iron-Rich Minerals: A Review
JL Voelz, NW Johnson, CL Chun, WA Arnold, RL Penn
ACS Earth and Space Chemistry 3 (8), 1371-1392, 2019
22019
Iron sulfide formation on root surfaces controlled by the life cycle of wild rice (Zizania palustris)
S LaFond-Hudson, NW Johnson, J Pastor, B Dewey
Biogeochemistry 141 (1), 95-106, 2018
22018
The utility of solid‐phase microextraction in evaluating polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon bioavailability during habitat restoration with dredged material at moderately …
AA Brennan, NW Johnson
Integrated environmental assessment and management 14 (2), 212-223, 2018
22018
Carbon and iron additions to stimulate in-pit sulfate reduction and removal
NW Johnson, X Zhu
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, 2012
12012
Cumulative sulfate loads shift porewater to sulfidic conditions in freshwater wetland sediment
NW Johnson, J Pastor, EB Swain
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 38 (6), 1231-1244, 2019
2019
Temperature Dependent Diffusion Rates of Sulfate in Aquatic Sediments
W DeRocher, NW Johnson
Submitted to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, 2013
2013
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