Diana L. Karwan, Ph.D.

2010 Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Hydrology, Biogeochemistry, Environmental Sciences
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James Saiers grad student 2010 Yale
 (Transport of suspended particles in a mountain stream.)
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Pawlowski ED, Karwan DL. (2019) Assessment of lead and beryllium sorption to exposed stream channel sediment under varying freshwater channel conditions Journal of Soils and Sediments. 19: 1-14
Karwan D, Pizzuto J, Aalto R, et al. (2018) Direct Channel Precipitation and Storm Characteristics Influence Short‐Term Fallout Radionuclide Assessment of Sediment Source Water Resources Research. 54: 4579-4594
McEachran ZP, Slesak RA, Karwan DL. (2018) From skid trails to landscapes: Vegetation is the dominant factor influencing erosion after forest harvest in a low relief glaciated landscape Forest Ecology and Management. 430: 299-311
McMillan SK, Wilson HF, Tague CL, et al. (2018) Before the storm: antecedent conditions as regulators of hydrologic and biogeochemical response to extreme climate events Biogeochemistry. 141: 487-501
Vidon P, Karwan DL, Andres AS, et al. (2018) In the path of the Hurricane: impact of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee on watershed hydrology and biogeochemistry from North Carolina to Maine, USA Biogeochemistry. 141: 351-364
Rose LA, Karwan DL, Godsey SE. (2018) Concentration–discharge relationships describe solute and sediment mobilization, reaction, and transport at event and longer timescales Hydrological Processes. 32: 2829-2844
Rose LA, Karwan DL, Aufdenkampe AK. (2018) Sediment Fingerprinting Suggests Differential Suspended Particulate Matter Formation and Transport Processes Across Hydrologic Regimes Journal of Geophysical Research. 123: 1213-1229
Brantley SL, Eissenstat DM, Marshall JA, et al. (2017) Reviews and syntheses: on the roles trees play in building and plumbing the critical zone Biogeosciences. 14: 5115-5142
Pizzuto JE, Keeler J, Skalak K, et al. (2017) Storage filters upland suspended sediment signals delivered from watersheds Geology. 45: 151-154
Sullivan P, Ma L, West N, et al. (2016) CZ-tope at Susquehanna Shale Hills CZO: Synthesizing multiple isotope proxies to elucidate Critical Zone processes across timescales in a temperate forested landscape Chemical Geology. 445: 103-119
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