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Your Environment. Your Health.

Person Details: Carl E. Renshaw

Superfund Research Program

Carl E. Renshaw

Dartmouth College
Center for Environmental Health Science
Department of Earth Sciences
6105 Fairchild, Room 208
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-3571
Phone: 603-646-3365
Fax: 603-646-3922
Email: Carl.Renshaw@Dartmouth.Edu

Projects

Hazardous Waste Sites

Coakley Landfill

  • Dartmouth College: Sources, Transport and Fate of Arsenic in Groundwater

Publications

2011

2006

  • deLemos JL, Bostick BC, Renshaw CE, Sturup S, Feng X. 2006. Landfill-stimulated iron reduction and arsenic release at the Coakley Superfund site (NH). Environ Sci Technol 40(1):67-73. PMID:16433334
  • Renshaw CE, Bostick BC, Feng X, Wong CK, Winston ES, Karimi R, Folt CL, Chen CY. 2006. Impact of land disturbance on the fate of arsenical pesticides. J Environ Qual 35(1):61-67. doi:10.2134/jeq2005.0096 PMID:16391277

2003

  • Renshaw CE, Feng X, Sinclair KJ, Dums RH. 2003. The use of stream flow routing for direct channel precipitation with is otopically-based hydrograph separations: the role of new water in stormflow generation. Ground Water 273(1-4):205-216.

2001

  • Feng X, Kirchner JW, Renshaw CE, Osterhuber RS, Klaue B, Taylor S. 2001. A study of solute transport mechanisms using rare earth element tracers and artificial rainstorms on snow. Water Resour Res 37:1425-1435.
  • Taylor S, Feng X, Kirchner JW, Osterhuber RS, Klaue B, Renshaw CE. 2001. Isotopic evolution of a seasonal snowpack and its melt. Water Resour Res 37:759-769.
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