Pamela Sullivan
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Expanding the role of reactive transport models in critical zone processes
L Li, K Maher, A Navarre-Sitchler, J Druhan, C Meile, C Lawrence, ...
Earth-science reviews 165, 280-301, 2017
Landscape heterogeneity drives contrasting concentration–discharge relationships in shale headwater catchments
EM Herndon, AL Dere, P Sullivan, D Norris, B Rynolds, SL Brantley
Published by Copernicus Publications on behalf of the European Geosciences …, 2015
Spatiotemporal patterns of water stable isotope compositions at the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Linkages to subsurface hydrologic processes
EM Thomas, H Lin, CJ Duffy, PL Sullivan, GH Holmes, SL Brantley, L Jin
Vadose Zone Journal 12 (4), 2013
Toward a conceptual model relating chemical reaction fronts to water flow paths in hills
SL Brantley, MI Lebedeva, VN Balashov, K Singha, PL Sullivan, ...
Geomorphology 277, 100-117, 2017
Understanding watershed hydrogeochemistry: 2. Synchronized hydrological and geochemical processes drive stream chemostatic behavior
L Li, C Bao, PL Sullivan, S Brantley, Y Shi, C Duffy
Water Resources Research 53 (3), 2346-2367, 2017
Biogeochemical processes on tree islands in the Greater Everglades: initiating a new paradigm
PR Wetzel, FH Sklar, CA Coronado, TG Troxler, SL Krupa, PL Sullivan, ...
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 41 (S1), 670-701, 2011
The CO2 consumption potential during gray shale weathering: Insights from the evolution of carbon isotopes in the Susquehanna Shale Hills critical zone observatory
L Jin, N Ogrinc, T Yesavage, EA Hasenmueller, L Ma, PL Sullivan, J Kaye, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 142, 260-280, 2014
Hillslope hydrology in global change research and Earth system modeling
Y Fan, M Clark, DM Lawrence, S Swenson, LE Band, SL Brantley, ...
Water Resources Research 55 (2), 1737-1772, 2019
Designing a suite of models to explore critical zone function
C Duffy, Y Shi, K Davis, R Slingerland, L Li, PL Sullivan, Y Goddéris, ...
Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 10, 7-15, 2014
Hydrologic processes on tree islands in the Everglades (Florida, USA): tracking the effects of tree establishment and growth
PL Sullivan, RM Price, MS Ross, LJ Scinto, SL Stoffella, E Cline, ...
Hydrogeology Journal 19 (2), 367-378, 2011
Oxidative dissolution under the channel leads geomorphological evolution at the Shale Hills catchment
PL Sullivan, SA Hynek, X Gu, K Singha, T White, N West, H Kim, B Clarke, ...
American Journal of Science 316 (10), 981-1026, 2016
CZ-tope at Susquehanna Shale Hills CZO: Synthesizing multiple isotope proxies to elucidate Critical Zone processes across timescales in a temperate forested landscape
PL Sullivan, L Ma, N West, L Jin, DL Karwan, J Noireaux, G Steinhoefel, ...
Chemical Geology 445, 103-119, 2016
The influence of hydrologic restoration on groundwater-surface water interactions in a karst wetland, The Everglades (FL, USA)
PL Sullivan, RM Price, JL Schedlbauer, A Saha, EE Gaiser
Wetlands 34 (1), 23-35, 2014
The role of recharge and evapotranspiration as hydraulic drivers of ion concentrations in shallow groundwater on Everglades tree islands, Florida (USA)
PL Sullivan, RM Price, F Miralles‐Wilhelm, MS Ross, LJ Scinto, ...
Hydrological Processes 28 (2), 293-304, 2014
Boundary effects on benthic microbial phosphorus concentrations and diatom beta diversity in a hydrologically-modified, nutrient-limited wetland
EE Gaiser, P Sullivan, FAC Tobias, AJ Bramburger, JC Trexler
Wetlands 34 (1), 55-64, 2014
Boron isotope fractionation in soils at Shale Hills CZO
J Noireaux, J Gaillardet, PL Sullivan, SL Brantley
Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 10, 218-222, 2014
Survival and growth responses of eight Everglades tree species along an experimental hydrological gradient on two tree island types
SL Stoffella, MS Ross, JP Sah, RM Price, PL Sullivan, EA Cline, LJ Scinto
Applied Vegetation Science 13 (4), 439-449, 2010
Steering operational synergies in terrestrial observation networks: opportunity for advancing Earth system dynamics modelling
Earth System Dynamics 9, 593-609, 2018
Loss of deep roots limits biogenic agents of soil development that are only partially restored by decades of forest regeneration
SA Billings, D Hirmas, PL Sullivan, CA Lehmeier, S Bagchi, K Min, ...
Elem Sci Anth 6 (1), 2018
Trees: a powerful geomorphic agent governing the landscape evolution of a subtropical wetland
PL Sullivan, RM Price, MS Ross, SL Stoffella, JP Sah, LJ Scinto, E Cline, ...
Biogeochemistry, 1-16, 2016
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