Elizabeth Canuel
Elizabeth Canuel
Virginia Institute of Marine Science
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Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope composition of aquatic and terrestrial plants of the San Francisco Bay estuarine system
JE Cloern, EA Canuel, D Harris
Limnology and oceanography 47 (3), 713-729, 2002
Automotive sources of carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons associated with particulate matter in the Chesapeake Bay region
RM Dickhut, EA Canuel, KE Gustafson, K Liu, KM Arzayus, SE Walker, ...
Environmental science & technology 34 (21), 4635-4640, 2000
Grazer diversity effects on ecosystem functioning in seagrass beds
J Emmett Duffy, J Paul Richardson, EA Canuel
Ecology letters 6 (7), 637-645, 2003
Chemical biomarkers in aquatic ecosystems
TS Bianchi, EA Canuel
Chemical Biomarkers in Aquatic Ecosystems, 2011
Reactivity of recently deposited organic matter: Degradation of lipid compounds near the sediment-water interface
EA Canuel, CS Martens
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 60 (10), 1793-1806, 1996
A geochemical record of eutrophication and anoxia in Chesapeake Bay sediments: anthropogenic influence on organic matter composition
AR Zimmerman, EA Canuel
Marine Chemistry 69 (1-2), 117-137, 2000
Molecular and isotopic tracers used to examine sources of organic matter and its incorporation into the food webs of San Francisco Bay
EA Canuel, JE Cloern, DB Ringelberg, JB Guckert, GH Rau
Limnology and Oceanography 40 (1), 67-81, 1995
Seasonal variations in the sources and alteration of organic matter associated with recently-deposited sediments
EA Canuel, CS Martens
Organic Geochemistry 20 (5), 563-577, 1993
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) distributions and associations with organic matter in surface waters of the York River, VA Estuary
RE Countway, RM Dickhut, EA Canuel
Organic Geochemistry 34 (2), 209-224, 2003
Organic geochemistry of particulate matter in the eastern tropical North Pacific Ocean: Implications for particle dynamics
SG Wakeham, EA Canuel
Journal of Marine Research 46 (1), 183-213, 1988
Isotopic compositions of lipid biomarker compounds in estuarine plants and surface sediments
EA Canuel, KH Freeman, SG Wakeham
Limnology and Oceanography 42 (7), 1570-1583, 1997
Bulk organic matter and lipid biomarker composition of Chesapeake Bay surficial sediments as indicators of environmental processes
AR Zimmerman, EA Canuel
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 53 (3), 319-341, 2001
Sources of sedimentary organic matter in the Mississippi River and adjacent Gulf of Mexico as revealed by lipid biomarker and δ13CTOC analyses
EJ Waterson, EA Canuel
Organic Geochemistry 39 (4), 422-439, 2008
Photochemical and microbial alteration of dissolved organic matter in temperate headwater streams associated with different land use
Y Lu, JE Bauer, EA Canuel, Y Yamashita, RM Chambers, R Jaffé
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 118 (2), 566-580, 2013
Degradation and preservation of organic matter in marine sediments
SG Wakeham, EA Canuel
Marine organic matter: biomarkers, isotopes and DNA, 295-321, 2006
Sediment geochemical records of eutrophication in the mesohaline Chesapeake Bay
AR Zimmerman, EA Canuel
Limnology and Oceanography 47 (4), 1084-1093, 2002
Tracking the fate of a high concentration groundwater nitrate plume through a fringing marsh: a combined groundwater tracer and in situ isotope enrichment study
CR Tobias, SA Macko, IC Anderson, EA Canuel, JW Harvey
Limnology and Oceanography 46 (8), 1977-1989, 2001
Sources of estuarine dissolved and particulate organic matter: a multi-tracer approach
SL McCallister, JE Bauer, HW Ducklow, EA Canuel
Organic Geochemistry 37 (4), 454-468, 2006
Relations between river flow, primary production and fatty acid composition of particulate organic matter in San Francisco and Chesapeake Bays: a multivariate approach
EA Canuel
Organic Geochemistry 32 (4), 563-583, 2001
Nitrogen cycling through a fringing marsh-aquifer ecotone
CR Tobias, IC Anderson, EA Canuel, SA Macko
Marine Ecology Progress Series 210, 25-39, 2001
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