Mitchell Research Group

 
 


Professor Carl Mitchell’s research group at the University of Toronto-Scarborough studies the ways in which hydrology influences biogeochemical processes and contaminant fate and transport.  The group is particularly interested in mercury cycling, urban ecosystems, watershed and hilllslope hydrology, stable isotope applications in hydrology, wetland ecotoxicology, passive sampling, and fluvial transport of contaminants.  Our research employs state-of-the-art physical and chemical techniques, both in the field and in the laboratory.  The lab is home to the CFI and MRI-funded “Integrated Watershed Hydrology and Biogeochemistry Research Facility for the Study of Contaminant Transport and Transformation”.

 

Welcome to the Mitchell Research Group

Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences (DPES)

University of Toronto-Scarborough

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Last modified February 1, 2016.