Dr. M. Todd Walter, "A trickle of water running through some dirt" - Ecohydrology and nutrient biogeochemistry
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: 110 Moon Library
The Cornell Soil and Water Lab was one of the early research groups to connect nonpoint source pollution from agriculture with parts of the landscape prone to generating storm runoff from “saturated” soils. More recently this group of researchers has begun looking beyond agricultural settings for saturation-prone parts of the environment, including areas where human alterations are responsible. These distinctive parts of the landscape are not only interesting from a hydrologic perspective, but are unique in their biogeochemical processes. This talk will summarize some of our recent ideas and findings with respect to denitrification and microbial controls on phosphate cycling.
Sponsor: Hydrology & Biogeochemistry Seminar
Monday, November 20, 2017
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