Stephen Peters
Stephen Peters
Associate Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Lehigh University
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Arsenic occurrence in New Hampshire drinking water
SC Peters, JD Blum, B Klaue, MR Karagas
Environmental science & technology 33 (9), 1328-1333, 1999
Effects of urbanization on watershed hydrology: The scaling of discharge with drainage area
JC Galster, FJ Pazzaglia, BR Hargreaves, DP Morris, SC Peters, ...
Geology 34 (9), 713-716, 2006
The source and transport of arsenic in a bedrock aquifer, New Hampshire, USA
SC Peters, JD Blum
Applied geochemistry 18 (11), 1773-1787, 2003
Dissolution of wollastonite during the experimental manipulation of Hubbard Brook Watershed 1
SC Peters, JD Blum, CT Driscoll, GE Likens
Biogeochemistry 67 (3), 309-329, 2004
Arsenic resistance in the archaeon" Ferroplasma acidarmanus": new insights into the structure and evolution of the ars genes
TM Gihring, PL Bond, SC Peters, JF Banfield
Extremophiles 7 (2), 123-130, 2003
Arsenic in groundwaters in the Northern Appalachian Mountain belt: a review of patterns and processes
SC Peters
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 99 (1-4), 8-21, 2008
The occurrence and geochemistry of arsenic in groundwaters of the Newark basin of Pennsylvania
SC Peters, L Burkert
Applied Geochemistry 23 (1), 85-98, 2008
Nanoscale mineralogy of arsenic in a region of New Hampshire with elevated As-concentrations in the groundwater
S Utsunomiya, SC Peters, JD Blum, RC Ewing
American Mineralogist 88 (11-12), 1844-1852, 2003
Stratigraphy and ductile structure of the Presidential Range, New Hampshire: Tectonic implications for the Acadian orogeny
JD Eusden Jr, JM Garesche, AH Johnson, JM Maconochie, SP Peters, ...
Geological Society of America Bulletin 108 (4), 417-436, 1996
Sources and exposure of the New Hampshire population to arsenic in public and private drinking water supplies
SC Peters, JD Blum, MR Karagas, CP Chamberlain, DJ Sjostrom
Chemical Geology 228 (1-3), 72-84, 2006
Pyritization of iron in tropical coastal sediments: Implications for the development of iron, sulfur, and carbon diagenetic properties, Saint Lucia, Lesser Antilles
TCW Ku, J Kay, E Browne, AM Martini, SC Peters, MD Chen
Marine Geology 249 (3-4), 184-205, 2008
A surface gravity traverse on Mars indicates low bedrock density at Gale crater
KW Lewis, S Peters, K Gonter, S Morrison, N Schmerr, AR Vasavada, ...
Science 363 (6426), 535-537, 2019
Temporal geochemical variations in above-and below-drainage coal mine discharge
JE Burrows, SC Peters, CA Cravotta III
Applied Geochemistry 62, 84-95, 2015
Mercury emission to the atmosphere from experimental manipulation of DOC and UVR in mesoscale field chambers in a freshwater lake
SC Peters, JL Wollenberg, DP Morris, JA Porter
Environmental science & technology 41 (21), 7356-7362, 2007
Application of REE geochemical signatures for Mesozoic sediment provenance to the Gettysburg Basin, Pennsylvania
JM Blake, SC Peters, KH Johannesson
Sedimentary geology 349, 103-111, 2017
Mercury emission from a temperate lake during autumn turnover
JL Wollenberg, SC Peters
Science of the total environment 407 (8), 2909-2918, 2009
Arsenic in groundwater: poisoning and risk assessment
MM Hassan
Crc Press, 2018
Effects of nutrients and dissolved organic matter on the response of phytoplankton to ultraviolet radiation: experimental comparison in spring versus summer
CE Scott, JE Saros, CE Williamson, CR Salm, SC Peters, DL Mitchell
Hydrobiologia 619 (1), 155-166, 2009
The occurrence and dominant controls on arsenic in the Newark and Gettysburg Basins
JM Blake, SC Peters
Science of the Total Environment 505, 1340-1349, 2015
Penetration of ultraviolet radiation in streams of eastern Pennsylvania: Topographic controls and the role of suspended particulates
P Belmont, DP Morris, FJ Pazzaglia, SC Peters
Aquatic sciences 71 (2), 189-201, 2009
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