Nutrients cycles and eutrophication, especially the biogeochemical processes at water- sediment interface that control the internal loading of nutrients.
I am a PhD student in the multidisciplinary field of water sciences. I have a particular interest in applying models to understand the coupled biogeochemical cycles across media and scales. My interests are
My research interests include biogeochemical processes in subsurface environments, especially microbially-mediated processes and the implications of these processes for ecosystem functions including carbon use efficiency and respiration.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from soils comprise a major component of the global carbon cycle. The responses of soil CO2 fluxes to changes in environmental conditions remain unclear but are critical for predictive modeling of global carbon fluxes with climate change.
My research focuses on the effects of the freeze-thaw cycles on carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus speciation dynamics across the reactive interfaces in agroecosystems.
Anthropogenic phosphorus (P) inputs into agricultural soils have exceeded crop demand for decades. The resulting release of the excess P to surface water contributes to eutrophication, including the occurrence of harmful algal blooms (HABs), with severe threats to drinking water security and aquatic ecosystems.
My research focuses on the role of winter soil processes in affecting soil microbial and geochemical dynamics and on the export of carbon and nutrients to groundwater under changing climate conditions.
Visiting from Tianjin University from September 2018 to February 2019
My research project focuses on the influences of dammed reservoirs on a river’s phosphorus (P) load and bioavailability.
I am a PhD student with a background in hydrogeology. I am interested in the quantification of phosphorus export from stormwater management systems into the aquatic ecosystems, especially during extreme climate events. My research focuses are: