News archive - October 2021

Friday, October 29, 2021

Are you conducting research in sub-snow and cold regions’ subsurface environments? Join a new collaborative research topic through Frontiers here!

ERG leads, Fereidoun and Philippe, will be launching a new Research Topic “The Cold Regions in Transition: Impacts on Soil and Groundwater Biochemistry”, hosted by Frontiers in Environmental Science. This is a unique opportunity for collaborations between an expect team from University of Waterloo, University of New Hampshire, and Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Review paper on the Cold Region Critical Zone now published open access

The paper entitled “The Cold Region Critical Zone in Transition: Responses to Climate Warming and Land Use Change” in the journal Annual Review of Environment and Resources has now been published open access. The paper is the outcome of a collaboration between ERG researchers and colleagues from China, Sweden, France and Russia. The paper can be downloaded by following this LINK.

Monday, October 18, 2021

New paper co-authored by ERG researchers published in Geoderma

A new paper in Geoderma, co-authored by Ecohydrology Research Group member Fereidoun Rezanezhad assesses the impact of peatland management on available water capacity and water storage of peatlands. This study illustrates how these water-related soil functions are linked to peat properties such as bulk density and how the peatland drainage causes the land subsidence and peat degradation, which reduce the water storage.

Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Dr. Rezanezhad and Dr. Van Cappellen launch a new collaborative research topic through Frontiers

ERG leads, Fereidoun and Philippe, will be launching a new Research Topic “The Cold Regions in Transition: Impacts on Soil and Groundwater Biochemistry”, hosted by Frontiers in Environmental Science. This is a unique opportunity for collaborations between an expect team from University of Waterloo, University of New Hampshire, and Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Innovation News Network special report on how nutrient legacies affect cultural eutrophication

Philippe Van Cappellen and Steph Slowinski discuss how nutrient legacies affect cultural eutrophication in the new Innovation News Network Special Report. 

Check it out here: Link

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