River Basins Research Initiative
Journal Articles


*Undergraduate Author

13. Williams, A. J., Andersen, C.B., and Lewis, G.P., 2009Evaluating the effects of sample processing treatments on alkalinity measurements:  Journal of Hydrology, v. 377, p. 455-464.  doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.09.007.[PDF]

12. Lewis, G.P., *Mitchell, J., Andersen, C.B., Haney, D., Liao, M.-K., and Sargent, K.A., 2007 , Urban influences on stream chemistry and biology in the Big Brushy Creek watershed, South Carolina: Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, DOI 10.1007/s11270-007-9340-1. [PDF]

11. Muthukrishnan, S., Lewis, G.P., and Andersen, C.B., 2007, Chapter 24. Relationships between land cover, vegetation density, and nitrate concentrations in streams of the Enoree River basin, piedmont region of South Carolina, USA, in , D. Sarkar, R. Datta, and R. Hannigan (eds.), Concepts and Applications in Environmental Geochemistry , Elsevier Press, New York, p. 517-542. [PDF]

10. *Shelley, D.C., and Andersen, C.B., 2005, Sand texture and composition in a small, southern Appalachian stream: Indications of sediment origin and transport processes: Southeastern Geology, v. 43, p. 229-247. [PDF]

9. *Keaton, M., Haney, D. and Andersen, C.B., 2005, The impact of drought on fish assemblage structure in two South Carolina piedmont streams: Hydrobiologia, v. 545, p. 209-223. [PDF]

8. Andersen, C.B., Lewis, G.P., and Sargent, K.A., 2004, Influence of wastewater treatment effluent on concentrations and fluxes of solutes in the Bush River, South Carolina, during extreme drought conditions: Journal of Environmental Geosciences, v. 11, p. 28-41. [PDF]

7. Andersen, C.B., 2002 , Understanding carbonate equilibria by measuring alkalinity in experimental and natural systems: Journal of Geoscience Education, v. 50, p. 389--403. [PDF]

6. Andersen, C.B., 2002, Acquisition of instrumentation via interdisiciplinary MRI's: Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly, v. 23, p. 64-65. [PDF]

5. Worthen, W.B., 2002, The structure of larval Odonate assemblages in the Enoree River basin of South Carolina: Southeastern Naturalist, v. 1, p. 205-216. [PDF]

4. Andersen, C.B., Sargent, K.A., Wheeler, J., and Wheeler, S., 2001, Fluvial geochemistry of selected tributary watersheds in the Enoree River Basin, SC: South Carolina Geology, v. 43, p. 57-71. [PDF]

3. Worthen, W.B., Haney, D.C., *Cuddy, C.C., Turgeon, V.L., and Andersen, C.B., 2001, The effect of an industrial spill on the macrofauna of a South Carolina stream: physiological to community-level responses: Journal of Freshwater Ecology, v. 16, p. 467-477.   [PDF]

2. Andersen, C.B., 2001, The problem of sample contamination in a fluvial geochemistry research experience for undergraduates: Journal of Geoscience Education, v. 49, p. 351-357.   [PDF]

1. Worthen, W.B., *Blue, T.E., Haney, D.C., Andersen, C.B., 2001, The abundance of Boyeria vinosa (Say) larva in the Enoree River Basin, SC: Chemical, physical, and biological correlates: International Journal of Odonatology, v. 4, p. 231-241. [PDF]

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