Jacob Berkowitz
Jacob Berkowitz
Research Soil Scientist, US Army Corps of Engineers
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Influence of aging on phosphorus sorption to alum floc in lake water
J Berkowitz, MA Anderson, C Amrhein
Water Research 40 (5), 911-916, 2006
Laboratory investigation of aluminum solubility and solid-phase properties following alum treatment of lake waters
J Berkowitz, MA Anderson, RC Graham
Water Research 39 (16), 3918-3928, 2005
Restoring a degraded marsh using thin layer sediment placement: Short term effects on soil physical and biogeochemical properties
CM VanZomeren, JF Berkowitz, CD Piercy, JR White
Ecological engineering 120, 61-67, 2018
Development of restoration trajectory metrics in reforested bottomland hardwood forests applying a rapid assessment approach
JF Berkowitz
Ecological indicators 34, 600-606, 2013
Aluminum polymers formed following alum treatment of lake water
MA Anderson, J Berkowitz
Chemosphere 81 (7), 832-836, 2010
Linking wetland functional rapid assessment models with quantitative hydrological and biogeochemical measurements across a restoration chronosequence
JF Berkowitz, JR White
Soil Science Society of America Journal 77 (4), 1442-1451, 2013
Iron monosulfide identification: Field techniques to provide evidence of reducing conditions in soils
C Duball, K Vaughan, JF Berkowitz, MC Rabenhorst, CM VanZomeren
Soil Science Society of America Journal 84 (2), 303-313, 2020
Potential disconnect between observations of hydrophytic vegetation, wetland hydrology indicators, and hydric soils in unique pitcher plant bog habitats of the southern Gulf Coast
JF Berkowitz, S Page, CV Noble
Southeastern naturalist 13 (4), 721-734, 2014
Recent advances in wetland delineation—Implications and impact of regionalization
JF Berkowitz
Wetlands 31 (3), 593-601, 2011
Evaluation of coastal wetland soil properties in a degrading marsh
JF Berkowitz, CM VanZomeren, CD Piercy, JR White
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 212, 311-317, 2018
Marsh restoration using thin layer sediment addition: Initial soil evaluation
JF Berkowitz, CM Vanzomeren, C Piercy
Wetland Science and Practice 34 (1), 13-17, 2017
Development and application of the Hydric Soil Technical Standard
JF Berkowitz, MJ Vepraskas, KL Vaughan, LM Vasilas
Soil Science Society of America Journal 85 (3), 469-487, 2021
Evaluating soil properties and potential nitrate removal in wetlands created using an engineering with nature based dredged material placement technique
JF Berkowitz, L Green, CM VanZomeren, JR White
Ecological engineering 97, 381-388, 2016
Holocene soil-geomorphic surfaces influence the role of salmon-derived nutrients in the coastal temperate rainforest of Southeast Alaska
DV D'Amore, NS Bonzey, J Berkowitz, J Rüegg, S Bridgham
Geomorphology 126 (3-4), 377-386, 2011
Using IRIS tubes to monitor reduced conditions in soils-project design
JF Berkowitz
US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Wetlands Regulatory …, 2009
Utilizing wetlands for phosphorus reduction in great lakes watersheds: a review of available literature examining soil properties and phosphorus removal efficiency
SJ Currie, CM VanZomeren, JF Berkowitz
Environmental Laboratory (US), 2017
Hydrogeomorphic (HGM) approach to assessing wetland functions: Guidelines for developing guidebooks (Version 2)
RD Smith, CV Noble, JF Berkowitz
Environmental Laboratory (US), 2013
Forested Wetland hydrology in a large Mississippi river tributary system
JF Berkowitz, DR Johnson, JJ Price
Wetlands 40 (5), 1133-1148, 2020
Improving hydric soil identification in areas containing problematic red parent materials: A nationwide collaborative mapping approach
SC Mack, JF Berkowitz, MC Rabenhorst
Wetlands 39, 685-703, 2019
Application of α, α'‐dipyridyl dye for hydric soil identification
JF Berkowitz, CM VanZomeren, SJ Currie, L Vasilas
Soil Science Society of America Journal 81 (3), 654-658, 2017
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