Adjunct Research Scientist
Senior Research Scientist, LimnoTech
Interests and Expertise
- Investigating the processes of organic matter cycling throughout watersheds — from soils to rivers to estuaries.
- Elucidating the interplay between degradation and sorption processes in determining the composition and ultimate fate of organic matter within river systems.
- Employing diverse analytical and experimental techniques to answer hypothesis-driven questions.
- Synthesizing observation and theory into quantitative models of various types in order to guide new experiments and theory.
- Ph.D., Chemical Oceanography, University of Washington.
- M.S., Chemical Oceanography, University of Washington.
- B.A., Chemistry, Dartmouth College.
- Senior Research Scientist, LimnoTech, Oakdale, Minnesota.
- Associate Research Scientist, Stroud Water Research Center, 2003–2016.
- National Science Foundation (NSF) Postdoctoral Fellow, NSF International Research Fellowship Program, 2002.
Low-cost, open-source, and low-power: but what to do with the data?
Horsburgh, J.S., J. Caraballo, M. Ramírez, A.K. Aufdenkampe, D.B. Arscott, and S.G. Damiano. 2019. Frontiers in Earth Science 7:67.
A digital mayfly swarm is emerging
Ensign, S., D. Arscott, S. Hicks, A. Aufdenkampe, T. Muenz, J. Jackson, and D. Bressler. 2019. Eos, 100.
Topographic variation in soil erosion and accumulation determined with meteoric 10Be
Marquard, J., R.E. Aalto, T.T. Barrows, B.A. Fisher, A.A. Aufdenkampe, and J.O. Stone. 2018. Earth Surfaces Processes and Landforms 44(1):98–111.
Direct channel precipitation and storm characteristics influence short‐term fallout radionuclide assessment of sediment source
Karwan, D.L., J.E. Pizzuto, R. Aalto, J. Marquard, A. Harpold, K. Skalak, A. Benthem, D.F. Levia, C.M. Siegert, and A.K. Aufdenkampe. 2018. Water Resources Research, 54.
Soil carbon redistribution and organo-mineral associations after lateral soil movement and mixing in a first-order forest watershed
Fisher, B.A., A.K. Aufdenkampe, K. Yoo, R. Aalto, and J. Marquard. 2018. Geoderma 319:142–155.
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