Environmental Geochemistry at the University of Waterloo

My research interest lies in the field of watershed biogeochemistry. Current projects focus on environmental problems including the impact of nutrients and climate change on aquatic ecosystems. These projects most often require a multi-disciplinary approach which brings to our team specialists in geochemistry, hydrology, stratigraphy, and ecology. Personal special interests include the development and use of isotopic tools (stable and radioactive) and other tracers to supplement the more traditional geochemical techniques utilized in watershed studies.

Recent Publications

  • *Jason J. Venkiteswaran, Sherry L. Schiff, Vincent L. St. Louis, *Cory J. D. Matthews, Natalie M. Boudreau, *Elizabeth M. Joyce, Kenneth G. Beaty, R. Andrew Bodaly.2013. Processes affecting greenhouse gas production in experimental boreal reservoirs. Global Biogeochemical Cycles (Published on-line 21 May 2013). DOI: 10.1002/gbc.20046
  • **Snider, DM, *Venkiteswaran, JJ, SL Schiff and J Spoelstra. 2013. A new mechanistic model of d18O-N2O formation by denitrification. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 112, 102-115. doi:10.1016/j.gca.2013.03.003
  • Robertson WD, DR Van Stempvoort, J Homewood, SJ Brown, J Spoelstra, SL Schiff and K Solomon. 2013. Persistence of artificial sweeteners in a 15-year-old septic system plume. Journal of Hydrology, 477, 43-54. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.10.048

  • **Jamieson, TJ, SL. Schiff, WD Taylor. 2013. Using Stable Isotopes of Dissolved Oxygen for the Determination of Gas Exchange in the Grand River, Ontario, Canada. Water Research, 47, 781-790. doi:10.1016/j.watres.2012.11.001.

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Environmental Geochemistry is currently funded by NSERC , OMAFRA, Environment Canada and CWN
 

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