The Ecohydrology Research Group attends the 2021 Goldschmidt Conference, virtually.

Friday, July 2, 2021

The Goldschmidt conference was again virtual in 2021. It was held on July 4-9. Check out ERG’s presentations at this year’s Goldschmidt conference:

Zahra Akbarzadeh, Serghei Bocaniov, Helen Powley, Igor Markelov and Philippe Van Cappellen: The role of shallow basins and the littoral zone in modulating lake P cycling: a mass balance analysis of Lake Erie.

Stephanie Slowinski, Jovana Radosavljevic, Alyssa Graham, Fereidoun Rezanezhad, Mahyar Shafii, Christopher Parsons, Kathryn Thomas, Johan Wiklund, Roland Hall and Philippe Van Cappellen:

Sediment core phosphorus and other human-influenced element distributions record historical land use and runoff changes in the watershed of an urban lake.

Serghei Bocaniov and Philippe Van Cappellen:

Climate change impacts on aquatic phosphorus cycling: insights from one of the world’s largest lakes (Lake Erie, Canada-USA).

Heather Townsend, Fereidoun Rezanezhad, Stephanie Slowinski, Christina Smeaton, Merrin Macrae, Christopher Parsons, Kara Webster and Philippe Van Cappellen:

Possible coupling of anaerobic methane oxidation (AOM) and anammox in cold wetland soils.

Kunfu Pi, Juewen Liu and Philippe Van Cappellen:

Speciation of ultra-trace mercury(II) in natural waters: Insights from a DNA-based biosensor and hydrochemical modeling.

The abstracts of the presentations can be accessed via the conference’s website: https://2021.goldschmidt.info/goldschmidt/2021/meetingapp.cgi/ModuleProgramBook/0

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