River Basins Research Initiative
Journal Articles


*Undergraduate Author

  1. Dripps, W., In review, A campus lake as the centerpiece for a semester long hydrology course. Submitted to Journal of Geoscience Education.
  2. Mierzejewski, J., Haney, D. C., and van den Hurk, P., 2014, Biomarker responses in sunfish species and largemouth bass from the Saluda River, South Carolina: Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, v. 110, p. 8-15.  doi:10.1016/j.ecoenv.2014.08.003
  3. *Anderson, B. W., *McCauley, S., Lewis, G. P., and Liao, M.-K., 2014, Impacts of a poultry processing plant on the diversity of Escherichia coli populations and transferability of tetracycline resistance genes in an urban stream in South Carolina: Water, Air & Soil Pollution, v. 225:2030. doi: 10.1007/s11270-014-2030-x
  4. Andersen, C.B., Lewis, G. P., *Pugh, J, and *Hart, M., 2014, The impact of wastewater treatment plant effluent on the biogeochemistry of the Enoree River, South Carolina, during drought conditions: Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, v. 225:1955. doi: 10.1007/s11270-014-1955-4
  5. Dripps, W., and *Granger, S. R., 2013, The impact of artificially impounded, residential headwater lakes on downstream water temperature: Environmental Earth Sciences, v. 68, p. 2399–2407.
  6. Dripps, W., Lewis, G. P., *Baxter, R., and Andersen, C. B., 2013, Hydrogeochemical characterization of headwater seepages inhabited by the endangered Bunched Arrowhead (Sagittaria fasciculata) in the upper piedmont of South Carolina: Southeastern Naturalist v. 12, p. 619-637.
  7. Dripps, W., *Ashman, K., *Saunders, M., and *Drake, S., 2012, The impact of golf courses on stream water temperature: The Open Environmental and Biological Monitoring Journal, v. 5, p. 14-21.
  8. *Giardina, A., Larson, S. F., Wisner, B., Wheeler, J., and *Chao, M., 2009, Long-term and acute effects of zinc contamination of a stream on fish mortality and physiology: Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, v. 28, p. 287-295.
  9. 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]
  10. 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]
  12. *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]
  13. *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]
  14. 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]
  15. Worthen, W.B., *Gregory, S., *Felten, J., and *Hutton, M.J., 2004, Larval habitat associations of the Common Sanddragon (Progomphus obscurus Rambur) at two spatial scales (Odonata: Gomphidae): International Journal of Odonatology, v. 7, p. 97-109.
  16. Worthen, W.B., 2003, Nested subset structure of larval odonate assemblages in the Enoree River (USA): International Journal of Odonatology, v. 6, p. 79-90.
  17. 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]
  18. Andersen, C.B., 2002, Acquisition of instrumentation via interdisiciplinary MRI's: Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly, v. 23, p. 64-65. [PDF]
  19. 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]
  20. 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]
  21. 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]
  22. 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]
  23. 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]
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