Sherry Schiff
Sherry Schiff
Professor, Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Waterloo
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Increases in fluxes of greenhouse gases and methyl mercury following flooding of an experimental reservoir
CA Kelly, JWM Rudd, RA Bodaly, NP Roulet, VL St. Louis, A Heyes, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 31 (5), 1334-1344, 1997
Multiple geochemical and isotopic approaches for assessing ground water NO3- elimination in a riparian zone
M Mengis, SL Schiff, M Harris, et al.
GROUND WATER 37 (3), 448-457, 1999
The significance of storms for the concentration and export of dissolved organic carbon from two Precambrian Shield catchments
MJ Hinton, SL Schiff, MC English
Biogeochemistry 36 (1), 67-88, 1997
Sources and flowpaths of dissolved organic carbon during storms in two forested watersheds of the Precambrian Shield
MJ Hinton, SL Schiff, MC English
Biogeochemistry 41 (2), 175-197, 1998
Export of DOC from forested catchments on the Precambrian Shield of Central Ontario: Clues from 13C and 14C
SL Schiff, R Aravena, SE Trumbore, MJ Hinton, R Elgood, PJ Dillon
Biogeochemistry 36 (1), 43-65, 1997
Chemical characteristics of particulate, colloidal, and dissolved organic material in Loch Vale Watershed, Rocky Mountain National Park
DM McKnight, R Harnish, RL Wershaw, JS Baron, S Schiff
Biogeochemistry 36 (1), 99-124, 1997
Precambrian shield wetlands: hydrologic control of the sources and export of dissolved organic matter
S Schiff, R Aravena, E Mewhinney, R Elgood, B Warner, P Dillon, ...
Climatic Change 40 (2), 167-188, 1998
Chlorofluorocarbons as tracers of groundwater transport processes in a shallow, silty sand aquifer
PG Cook, DK Solomon, LN Plummer, E Busenberg, SL Schiff
Water Resources Research 31 (3), 425-434, 1995
Examining the contributions of glacial till water to storm runoff using two‐and three‐component hydrograph separations
MJ Hinton, SL Schiff, MC English
Water Resources Research 30 (4), 983-993, 1994
Dissolved organic carbon cycling in forested watersheds: a carbon isotope approach
SL Schiff, R Aravena, SE Trumbore, PJ Dillon
Water Resources Research 26 (12), 2949-2957, 1990
A validation of the 3H/3He method for determining groundwater recharge
DK Solomon, SL Schiff, RJ Poreda, WB Clarke
Water Resources Research 29 (9), 2951-2962, 1993
Tritium and helium: 3 as groundwater age tracers in the Borden aquifer
DK Solomon, RJ Poreda, SL Schiff, JA Cherry
Water Resources Research 28 (3), 741-755, 1992
Regional Assessment of N Saturation using Foliar and Root $$\varvec {\delta}^{\bf 15}{\bf N} $$
LH Pardo, PH Templer, CL Goodale, S Duke, PM Groffman, MB Adams, ...
Biogeochemistry 80 (2), 143-171, 2006
Review of phosphate mobility and persistence in 10 septic system plumes
WD Robertson, SL Schiff, CJ Ptacek
Groundwater 36 (6), 1000-1010, 1998
Review of phosphate mobility and persistence in 10 septic system plumes
WD Robertson, SL Schiff, CJ Ptacek
GROUND WATER 36 (6), 1000-1010, 1998
Biogeochemical evolution of domestic waste water in septic systems: 1. Conceptual model
SR Wilhelm, SL Schiff, JA Cherry
Groundwater 32 (6), 905-916, 1994
Phosphorus characterization in sediments impacted by septic effluent at four sites in central Canada
L Zanini, WD Robertson, CJ Ptacek, SL Schiff, T Mayer
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 33 (3-4), 405-429, 1998
Controls on δ34S and δ18O of dissolved sulfate in aquifers of the Murray Basin, Australia and their use as indicators of flow processes
SS Dogramaci, AL Herczeg, SL Schiff, Y Bone
Applied Geochemistry 16 (4), 475-488, 2001
Determining Sediment Accumulation and Mixing Rates Using 210Pb, 137Cs, and Other Tracers: Problems Due to Postdepositional Mobility or Coring Artifacts
RF Anderson, SL Schiff, RH Hesslein
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 44 (S1), s231-s250, 1987
Tracing the Sources of Exported Nitrate in the Turkey Lakes Watershed Using 15N/14N and 18O/16O isotopic ratios
J Spoelstra, SL Schiff, RJ Elgood, RG Semkin, DS Jeffries
Ecosystems 4 (6), 536-544, 2001
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