Welcome to Duke's "Aquaterrestrial Biogeochemistry" Lab
Voss, K.A, R.S. King and E.S. Bernhardt. Online first. From a Line in the Sand to a Landscape of Decisions: A Hierarchical Diversity Decision Framework (HiDDeF) for Estimating and Communicating Biodiversity Loss along Anthropogenic Gradients. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. Online ahead of print
Yang, Y., B.P. Colman, E.S. Bernhardt and M.F. Hochella, Jr. 2015. The Importance of a Nanoscience Approach in the Understanding of Major Aqueous Contamination Scenarios: A Case Study from a Recent Coal Ash Spill. Environmental Science and Technology 49: pp 3375–3382
Bier, R.L., K.A. Voss and E.S. Bernhardt. 2015. Bacterial community responses to a gradient of alkaline mountaintop mine drainage in Central Appalachian streams. International Society for Microbial Ecology Online ahead of print
[Soon to be Dr.] Kris Voss accepts a job offer from Regis University. In Fall 2015 Kris will begin helping to build an environmental science masters' program at Regis. Congrats Kris!
Ethan Baruch nominated to represent Duke undergraduate researchers at the 10th annual ACC Meeting of the Minds Conference in April! Go Ethan!
Emily & Kris Voss present at the 2015 Association for the Science of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) meeting in Granada, Spain.