Edward B. Swain
Edward B. Swain
Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota
Verified email at umn.edu
TitleCited byYear
Increasing rates of atmospheric mercury deposition in midcontinental North America
EB Swain, DR Engstrom, ME Brigham, TA Henning, PL Brezonik
Science 257 (5071), 784-787, 1992
6291992
Recent declines in atmospheric mercury deposition in the upper Midwest
DR Engstrom, EB Swain
Environmental Science & Technology 31 (4), 960-967, 1997
3171997
Socioeconomic consequences of mercury use and pollution
EB Swain, PM Jakus, G Rice, F Lupi, PA Maxson, JM Pacyna, A Penn, ...
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 36 (1), 45-62, 2007
2582007
A palaeolimnological record of human disturbance from Harvey's Lake, Vermont: geochemistry, pigments and diatoms
DR Engstrom, EB Swain, JC Kingston
Freshwater Biology 15 (3), 261-288, 1985
2221985
Measurement and interpretation of sedimentary pigments
EB SWAIN
Freshwater Biology 15 (1), 53-75, 1985
2201985
Sulfate addition increases methylmercury production in an experimental wetland
JD Jeremiason, DR Engstrom, EB Swain, EA Nater, BM Johnson, ...
Environmental science & technology 40 (12), 3800-3806, 2006
2142006
Monitoring the response to changing mercury deposition
RP Mason, ML Abbott, RA Bodaly, OR Bullock, J Jr, CT Driscoll, D Evers, ...
Environmental science & technology 39 (1), 14A-22A, 2005
1152005
History of mercury inputs to Minnesota lakes: influences of watershed disturbance and localized atmospheric deposition
DR Engstrom, SJ Balogh, EB Swain
Limnology and Oceanography 52 (6), 2467-2483, 2007
982007
Atmospheric Hg emissions from preindustrial gold and silver extraction in the Americas: A reevaluation from lake-sediment archives
DR Engstrom, WF Fitzgerald, CA Cooke, CH Lamborg, PE Drevnick, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (12), 6533-6543, 2014
842014
Atmospheric mercury deposition to lakes and watersheds. A quantitative reconstruction from multiple sediment cores
DR Engstrom, EB Swain, TA Henning, ME Brigham, PL Brezonik
Advances in Chemistry[ADV. CHEM. SER.]. 1994., 1994
841994
The chemistry of lake sediments in time and space
DR Engstrom, EB Swain
Paleolimnology IV, 37-44, 1987
771987
Spatial and temporal patterns of mercury accumulation in lacustrine sediments across the Laurentian Great Lakes region
PE Drevnick, DR Engstrom, CT Driscoll, EB Swain, SJ Balogh, ...
Environmental pollution 161, 252-260, 2012
762012
Monitoring and evaluating trends in methylmercury accumulation in aquatic biota
JG Wiener, RA Bodaly, SS Brown, M Lucotte, MC Newman, DB Porcella, ...
Ecosystem responses to mercury contamination, 98-133, 2007
692007
Elevated methylmercury concentrations and loadings during flooding in Minnesota rivers
SJ Balogh, EB Swain, YH Nollet
Science of the Total Environment 368 (1), 138-148, 2006
542006
Methylmercury declines in a boreal peatland when experimental sulfate deposition decreases
JK Coleman Wasik, CPJ Mitchell, DR Engstrom, EB Swain, BA Monson, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (12), 6663-6671, 2012
492012
Redox chemistry in Minnesota streams during episodes of increased methylmercury discharge
SJ Balogh, YH Nollet, EB Swain
Environmental science & technology 38 (19), 4921-4927, 2004
462004
Mercury in fish from northeastern Minnesota lakes: historical trends, environmental correlates, and potential sources
EB Swain, DD Helwig
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science;(USA) 55 (1), 1989
391989
Characteristics of mercury speciation in Minnesota rivers and streams
SJ Balogh, EB Swain, YH Nollet
Environmental Pollution 154 (1), 3-11, 2008
372008
The effects of hydrologic fluctuation and sulfate regeneration on mercury cycling in an experimental peatland
JKC Wasik, DR Engstrom, CPJ Mitchell, EB Swain, BA Monson, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120 (9), 1697-1715, 2015
342015
Lessons from the Silica" Decline" in Lake Michigan
J Shapiro, EB Swain
Science 221 (4609), 457-459, 1983
341983
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