Donald Scott Smith
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Characterizing heterogeneous bacterial surface functional groups using discrete affinity spectra for proton binding
JS Cox, DS Smith, LA Warren, FG Ferris
Environmental Science & Technology 33 (24), 4514-4521, 1999
Metal speciation in natural waters with emphasis on reduced sulfur groups as strong metal binding sites
DS Smith, RA Bell, JR Kramer
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology …, 2002
Determination of intrinsic bacterial surface acidity constants using a Donnan shell model and a continuous pKa distribution method
RE Martinez, DS Smith, E Kulczycki, FG Ferris
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 253 (1), 130-139, 2002
Toxicity of dissolved Cu, Zn, Ni and Cd to developing embryos of the blue mussel (Mytilus trossolus) and the protective effect of dissolved organic carbon
SR Nadella, JL Fitzpatrick, N Franklin, C Bucking, S Smith, CM Wood
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology …, 2009
Bioavailability and characterization of dissolved organic nitrogen and dissolved organic phosphorus in wastewater effluents
C Qin, H Liu, L Liu, S Smith, DL Sedlak, AZ Gu
Science of the Total Environment 511, 47-53, 2015
Algal uptake of hydrophobic and hydrophilic dissolved organic nitrogen in effluent from biological nutrient removal municipal wastewater treatment systems
H Liu, J Jeong, H Gray, S Smith, DL Sedlak
Environmental Science & Technology 46 (2), 713-721, 2012
Cell Surface Electrochemical Heterogeneity of the Fe(III)-Reducing Bacteria Shewanella putrefaciens
I Sokolov, DS Smith, GS Henderson, YA Gorby, FG Ferris
Environmental Science & Technology 35 (2), 341-347, 2001
Significance of design and operational variables in chemical phosphorus removal
A Szabó, I Takács, S Murthy, GT Daigger, I Licsko, S Smith
Water Environment Research 80 (5), 407-416, 2008
The two faces of DOC
CM Wood, HA Al-Reasi, DS Smith
Aquatic Toxicology 105 (3-4), 3-8, 2011
Phosphate complexation model and its implications for chemical phosphorus removal
S Smith, I Takacs, S Murthy, GT Daigger, A Szabo
Water Environment Research 80 (5), 428-438, 2008
A dynamic physicochemical model for chemical phosphorus removal
H Hauduc, I Takács, S Smith, A Szabó, S Murthy, GT Daigger, ...
water research 73, 157-170, 2015
Influence of water chemistry and dissolved organic matter (DOM) molecular size on copper and mercury binding determined by multiresponse fluorescence quenching
WB Chen, DS Smith, C Guéguen
Chemosphere 92 (4), 351-359, 2013
Physicochemical and spectroscopic properties of natural organic matter (NOM) from various sources and implications for ameliorative effects on metal toxicity to aquatic biota
HA Al-Reasi, CM Wood, DS Smith
Aquatic Toxicology 103 (3-4), 179-190, 2011
Chemical phosphorus removal to extremely low levels: experience of two plants in the Washington, DC area
I Takács, S Murthy, S Smith, M McGrath
Water Science and Technology 53 (12), 21-28, 2006
Characterization of freshwater natural dissolved organic matter (DOM): mechanistic explanations for protective effects against metal toxicity and direct effects on organisms
HA Al-Reasi, CM Wood, DS Smith
Environment international 59, 201-207, 2013
Evaluating the ameliorative effect of natural dissolved organic matter (DOM) quality on copper toxicity to Daphnia magna: improving the BLM
HA Al-Reasi, D Scott Smith, CM Wood
Ecotoxicology 21, 524-537, 2012
A matter of potential concern: natural organic matter alters the electrical properties of fish gills
F Galvez, A Donini, RC Playle, DS Smith, MJ O’Donnell, CM Wood
Environmental science & technology 42 (24), 9385-9390, 2008
Photodegradation of natural organic matter from diverse freshwater sources
AR Winter, TAE Fish, RC Playle, DS Smith, PJ Curtis
Aquatic Toxicology 84 (2), 215-222, 2007
Multisite metal binding to fulvic acid determined using multiresponse fluorescence
DS Smith, JR Kramer
Analytica chimica acta 416 (2), 211-220, 2000
Dissolved organic carbon from the upper Rio Negro protects zebrafish (Danio rerio) against ionoregulatory disturbances caused by low pH exposure
RM Duarte, DS Smith, AL Val, CM Wood
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 20377, 2016
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