Welcome to Duke's "Aquaterrestrial Biogeochemistry" Lab
Ross, M.R., B.L. McGlynn and E.S. Bernhardt. 2016. Deep impact: Effects of mountaintop mining on surface topography, bedrock structure, and downstream waters. Environmental Science and Technology online first
Ardón, M., A.M. Helton and E.S. Bernhardt. 2016. Drought and saltwater incursion synergistically reduce dissolved organic carbon export from coastal freshwater wetlands. Biogeochemistry
Somers KA, DL Urban and E.S. Bernhardt. 2016. Downstream Dissipation and Management of Storm Flow Heat Pulses: A Case Study and its Implications. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. JAWRA-14-0247-P
Bier, R., E.S. Bernhardt, C. Boot, E. Graham, E. Hall, J. Lennon, D. Nemergut, B. Osborne, C. Ruiz Gonzalez, J. Schimel, M. Waldrop, M. Wallenstein. 2015. Linking microbial community structure and microbial processes: an empirical and conceptual overview. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 91: fiv113.
Ross. M.R., E.S. Bernhardt, M.W. Doyle and J.B. Heffernan. 2015. Designer Ecosystems: Incorporating design approaches into ecosystem management. Annual Review of Environment and Resources. 40: 419-443.
Recent Lab News:
PhD student Jess Brandt is awarded a 2016 EPA Science to Achieve Results (STAR) fellowship!
New postdoc Marie Simonin has joined the lab in January and will be working to help us understand the impacts of nanomaterials in the environment. Marie brings with her great expertise in microbial ecology from the Microbial Ecology Laboratory of Lyon.
Former postdoc Ben Colman has left us to begin a faculty position at the University of Montana. Go Ben!
Visiting PhD student Yongli Wen is supported by a fellowship from the Chinese Scholarship Council to spend 18 months in our lab at Duke. Yongli is interested in the role of Fe in the stabilization of soil C and will be working as part of our effort to understand how saltwater intrusion affects soil and biomass C and nutrient stocks.