Welcome to Duke's "Aquaterrestrial Biogeochemistry" Lab
Payn, R.A., A.M. Helton, G.C. Poole, C Izurieta, A.J. Burgin and E.S. Bernhardt. 2014. A generalized optimization model of microbially driven aquatic biogeochemistry based on thermodynamic, kinetic, and stoichiometric ecological theory. Ecological Modeling. Online First.
Colman, B.P., B. Espinasse, C.J. Richardson, C.W. Matson, G.V. Lowry, D.E. Hunt, M.R. Wiesner and E.S. Bernhardt. 2014. Emerging contaminant or n old toxin in disguise? Silver nanoparticle impacts on ecosystems. Environmental Science and Technology. 48: 5229-5236.
Helton, A.M., E.S. Bernhardt and A. Fedders. 2014. Biogeochemical regime shifts in coastal landscapes: the contrasting effects of saltwater incursion and agricultural pollution on greenhouse gas emissions from a freshwater wetland. Biogeochemistry 120: 133-147.
Appling, A.P., E.S. Bernhardt and J.A. Stanford. 2014. Floodplain biogeochemical mosaics: a three-dimensional view of soil C and N dynamics. JGR Biogeosciences Online first
Wang, S., E.S. Bernhardt and J.P. Wright. 2014. Urban stream denitrifier communities are linked to lower functional resistance to multiple stressors associated with urbanization. Hydrobiologia. 726: 13-23.
Congrats to Joanna Blaszczak for winning one of the two "Best Oral Presentation" awards from the Society of Freshwater Science for her talk at the May 2014 Joint Aquatic Sciences meeting.
New NSF grant from the Coastal SEES program to support our ongoing coastal wetland work and from from the NSF Hydrology Panel to support our ongoing research on mountaintop mining impacts.
Congrats to Raven Bier who was awarded a 2014 EPA STAR Fellowship.