Charles Driscoll

Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Syracuse University
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Charles' scholarly work addresses the effects of disturbance on forest, urban, freshwater and marine ecosystems, including air pollution (acid and mercury deposition), land-use, and climate change. His current research focuses on recovery of eastern forest watersheds from acidic deposition, health and environmental justice co-benefits of decarbonization of the electricity sector, ecosystem restoration; ecosystem response to changing climate; mitigation of harmful algal blooms, and atmospheric deposition, watershed and surface water transport and transformations, and biotic exposure of mercury.

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  • We’re in a very abrupt transition now, with energy systems coming out of COVID. And that’s, you know, problems like this, so are likely to be more prominent going forward.

    24 January 2022
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