Publications of Gerald Matisoff


Ketterer, M., W.C. Wetzel, R.R. Layman, G. Matisoff, and E.C. Bonniwell 2000. Isotopic studies of sources of uranium in sediments of the Ashtabula River, Ohio USA. Environ. Sci. Technol. 34(6): 966-972.

Matisoff, G. and X. Wang 2000. Particle Mixing by Freshwater Bioirrigators- Midges (Chironomidae: Diptera) and Mayflies (Ephemeridae: Ephemeroptera). Jour. Great Lakes Res. 26(2): 174-182.

Matisoff, G. 2001. Editorial: Is it publishable? Jour. Great Lakes Res. 27(1): 1-2.

Matisoff, G., Michael E. Ketterer, Christopher G. Wilson, Ricky Layman and Peter Whiting 2001. Transport of rare earth element-tagged soil particles in response to thunderstorm runoff. Environ. Sci. Technol.35: 3356-3362.

Soster, F., G. Matisoff, P.L. McCall, and J.A. Robbins 2001. In situ Effects of Organisms on Pore Water Geochemistry in Great Lakes Sediments. In Organism Sediment Interactions, Belle W. Baruch Library in Marine Science no. 21. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, SC 29208 USA, 279-295.

Whiting, P. J., E. Chris Bonniwell, and Gerald Matisoff 2001. Depth and areal extent of sheetwash and rill erosion from radionuclides in soils and suspended sediment. Geology 29:1131-1134.

Matisoff, G. 2002. Editorial: The five-second sound bite. Jour. Great Lakes Res. 28(1): 1-2.

Richards, R. Peter, Frank G. Calhoun, and Gerald Matisoff 2002. The Lake Erie Agricultural Systems for Environmental Quality Project: An Introduction. Journal of Environmental Quality 31:6-16.

Matisoff, Gerald, Everett C. Bonniwell, and Peter J. Whiting 2002. Soil erosion and sediment sources in an Ohio watershed using Beryllium-7, Cesium-137, and Lead-210. Journal of Environmental Quality 31:54-61.

Matisoff, Gerald, Everett C. Bonniwell, and Peter J. Whiting 2002. Radionuclides as indicators of sediment transport in agricultural watersheds that drain to Lake Erie. Journal of Environmental Quality 31:62-72.

Ketterer, Michael E., Bridgette R. Watson, Gerald Matisoff, and Christopher G. Wilson 2002. Rapid dating of recent aquatic sediments using Pu activities and 240Pu/239Pu as determined by quadrupole inductively coupled plasma spectrometry. Environ. Sci. Technol.36:1307-1311.

The movement of sediment in the Old Woman Creek watershed. 2003. 2pp.

Wilson, C.G., G. Matisoff, and P.J. Whiting 2003. Short-term erosion rates from a 7Be inventory balance. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 28(9):967-977.

Whiting, Peter J., Gerald Matisoff, William Fornes, and Frederick M. Soster 2005. Suspended sediment sources and transport distances in the Yellowstone Basin. GSA Bulletin 117: 515-529.

Wilson, Christopher G., Gerald Matisoff, and Peter J. Whiting 2005. The Transport of Fine Sediments Through The Old Woman Creek, OH, Wetland Using Radionuclide Tracers. Journal of Great Lakes Research 31: 56-67.

Matisoff, G. and Neeson, T. 2005. Oxygen Concentration and Demand in Lake Erie Sediments. Accepted for publication in Journal of Great Lakes Research.

Matisoff, G., C.G. Wilson, and P.J. Whiting ms. 7Be/210Pb ratio as an indicator of suspended sediment age or fraction new sediment in suspension. Accepted for publication in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

Fornes, W.L., G. Matisoff, C.G. Wilson, and P.J. Whiting ms. 137Cs-derived erosion rates in an agricultural setting. Accpeted for publication in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

Zerai, B., Saylor, B.Z., and Matisoff, G. ms. Computer simulation of CO2 trapped through mineral precipitation in the Rose Run Sandstone, Ohio. Accepted for publication in Applied Geochemistry.