Ecohydrology group presents research this week at the AGU Fall meeting in San Francisco

Thursday, December 17, 2015

This week, Ecohydrology Group Members are presenting their research at the 2015 AGU Fall Meeting (December 14-18, 2015) in San Francisco. With nearly 24,000 attendees, AGU Fall Meeting is the largest Earth and space science meeting in the world.

Fereidoun Rezanezhad and Geertje Pronk from the Ecohydrology Research Group organized a session entitled “Response of Terrestrial Ecosystems Biogeochemistry to Dynamic Hydrological and Climatic Drivers” with 8 oral and 26 poster presentations.

Presentations by Ecohydrology Group Members:

Philippe Van Cappellen (Invited Speaker)
Title: Soil Respiration - A Geochemist's Perspective
Session: Response of Terrestrial Ecosystems Biogeochemistry to Dynamic Hydrological and Climatic Drivers
Philippe Van Cappellen (Oral Presentation)
Title: Effects of Upstream Human Changes on Nutrient Fluxes to Major Deltas World-Wide
Session: Sustainable Deltas: Multidisciplinary Analyses of Complex Systems
Co-Authors:  Hans Durr and Taylor Maavara
Tatjana Milojevic (Oral presentation)
Title: Impact of Freezing and Thawing on Soil Oxygen Dynamics and Nutrient Fluxes
Session: Response of Terrestrial Ecosystems Biogeochemistry to Dynamic Hydrological and Climatic Drivers
Co-Authors: Fereidoun Rezanezhad, Chris Parsons, Christina Smeaton and Philippe Van Cappellen
Fereidoun Rezanezhad (Poster Presentation)
Title: Stream-subsurface nutrient dynamics in a groundwater-fed stream
Session: Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions: Identifying and Integrating Physical, Biological, and Chemical Processes
Co-Authors:  Amanda Niederkorn, Chris Parsons and Philippe Van Cappellen
Stephanie Slowinski (Poster Presentation)
Title: Dynamic Nutrient Limitation in a Major Tributary to Eastern Lake Erie: The Role of Groundwater Silicon
Session: Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions: Identifying and Integrating Physical, Biological, and Chemical Processes
Co-Authors:  Taylor MaavaraFereidoun Rezanezhad and Philippe Van Cappellen

Stephanie Slowinski and poster

Bingjie Shi (Poster Presentation)
Title: Importance of Tetrahedral Iron during Microbial Reduction of Clay Mineral NAu-2
Session: (Bio-Isotopic) Message in a (Rock Record) Bottle: Who Wrote It, How Did It Get Here, and What Does It Tell Us?
Co-Authors: Lingling Wu, Kai Liu, Christina SmeatonWeiqiang Li (University of Wisconsin Madison), Brian Beard (NASA Astrobiology Institute & University of Wisconsin Madison), Clark Johnson (NASA Astrobiology Institute & University of Wisconsin Madison),  Eric Roden (NASA Astrobiology Institute & University of Wisconsin Madison) and  Philippe Van Cappellen 

Presentations by UW students with Ecohydrology Group co-authors: 

Kai Liu (Poster Presentation)
Title: Iron Isotope Fractionation Reveals Structural Change upon Microbial and Chemical Reduction of Nontronite NAu-1
Session: (Bio-Isotopic) Message in a (Rock Record) Bottle: Who Wrote It, How Did It Get Here, and What Does It Tell Us?
Co-Authors: Lingling Wu, Bingjie Shi, Christina Smeaton, Weiqiang Li (University of Wisconsin Madison), Brian Beard (NASA Astrobiology Institute & University of Wisconsin Madison), Clark Johnson (NASA Astrobiology Institute & University of Wisconsin Madison) Eric Roden (NASA Astrobiology Institute & University of Wisconsin Madison), and Philippe Van Cappellen
Kimberly Van Meter (Poster Presentation)
Title: Nitrogen Legacies in Agricultural Landscapes: A 150-year Longitudinal Study of the Susquehanna and Mississippi River Basins 
Session: Ecosystems Biogeochemistry to Dynamic Hydrological and Climatic Drivers II Posters
Co-Authors: Philippe Van Cappellen and Nandita Basu

  

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