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Soil organic carbon and nitrogen storage paper published online

Our paper entitled “Soil organic carbon and nitrogen storage in two southern California salt marshes: the role of pre-restoration vegetation” has just been published online in the Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences. I’m particularly proud of my … Continue reading

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Swamp Monsters Take SWS

Last week the Swamp Monsters stormed the annual meeting of the Society of Wetland Scientists in Providence, RI! I presented an invited talk, entitled “Initial Responses of Methane Cycling to Deep Peat Warming in a Bog Ecosystem” focused on our … Continue reading

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Can Sphagnum leachate chemistry explain differences in anaerobic decomposition in peatlands?

Dr. Medvedeff’s Soil Biology & Biochemistry paper is now available on the journal’s website.  Great work Cassandra! http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0038071715001078#

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So cool!

Dr. Medvedeff and our colleague Dr. Jeff Chanton are currently in northern Minnesota braving the cold to sample porewater from beneath the ice at the SPRUCE site.  Jeff sent back the above photograph showing the progress of the chambers that … Continue reading

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Better late than never

It has been too long!  The lack of updates here does not reflect a lack of activity in the lab – we’ve been busy.  We got some great news earlier today that served as a catalyst to finally post an … Continue reading

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Methane review getting some attention

We just got an exciting email from Global Change Biology about the methane review we published last year… “Congratulations on your most downloaded article in Global Change Biology (GCB), “Methane emissions from wetlands: biogeochemical, microbial, and modeling perspectives from local … Continue reading

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Acetate Paper Published

Happy to share that a new manuscript resulting from work with colleagues at the University of Oregon (as part of a recent NSF project) has been officially published!  The paper, entitled, “Homoacetogenesis: an underappreciated carbon pathway in peatlands” is now … Continue reading

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