In a new paper, ERG members Adrian Mellage, Christina Smeaton, Fereidoun Rezanezhad and Philippe Van Cappellen, together with colleagues from Technion and University of Delaware, describe the results of a fully saturated sand-filled column reactor experiment where the growth of the bacterium Shewanella oneidensis during nitrate reduction to ammonium is monitored using spectral induced polarization (SIP).
A new paper in Water Resources Research, co-authored by ERG members Serghei Bocaniov and Philippe Van Cappellen, assesses the fate of phosphorus loads to Lake St. Clair. The outflow of this fairly large but shallow lake enters Lake Erie, which has been experiencing re-eutrophication since the mid-1990s.
Camille Vautier successfully defended her PhD thesis at Université de Rennes 1 on Monday December 16. Ms. Vautier visited the Ecohydrology Research Group in July 2019 as an International Visiting Graduate Student in order to discuss her research on the water quality impacts of agricultural nitrogen legacies.
Ecohydrology members presented research at this year's fall meeting of the American Geophyiscal Union (AGU), which was the centennial year of the event. The conference was held in San Francisco, California, from December 9 to December 13.
A paper by ERG researchers in the journal Environmental Science & Technology reports the results of an experimental study of the oxidation of arsenic (As) as aqueous As(III) to As(V) in the presence of flavins.