Research in our lab focuses on aquatic biogeochemistry and ecosystem ecology, with an emphasis on human and physical drivers of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus cycling and long-term change. Much of this work is done at the interface between ecology, geomorphology, and hydrology, and considers streams, lakes, and wetlands. We are becoming increasingly engaged in computational limnology- research based on developing large and diverse environmental data sets and new modeling approaches to address questions about the dynamics of freshwater ecosystems. For reprints of recent articles, pdf files are available from the publications page or the Center for Limnology library.

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