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Agricultural soil microbiomes differentiate in soil profiles with fertility source, tillage, and cover crops

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Bier, R.L., M. Daniels, D. Oviedo-Vargas, M. Peipoch, J.R. Price, E. Omondi, A. Smith, and J. Kan. 2024. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, early online access.

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Riparian groundwater nitrogen (N) isotopes reveal human imprints of dams and road salt salinization

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Inamdar, S., M. Peipoch, M. Sena, B, Joshi, M.M. Rahman, J. Kan, E.K. Peck, A. Gold, T.L.E. Trammell, and P.M. Groffman. 2024. Geophysical Research Letters 51(5): e2023GL106888.

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Depth shapes microbiome assembly and network stability in the Mariana Trench

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Li, Y., J. Kan, F. Liu, K. Lian, Y. Liang, H. Shao, A. McMinn, H. Wang, and M. Wang. 2023. Microbiology Spectrum, e02110-23.

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Back from the past? Assessment of nitrogen removal ability of buried historic wetland soils before and after a 1-year incubation on a restored floodplain

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Peck, E.K., S. Inamdar, J. Kan, M. Peipoch, A.J. Gold, D.J. Merritts, R.C. Walter, E.G. Hyland, K.W. Wegmann, A.M. Yaculak, and M.M. Rahman. 2023. Restoration Ecology: e14070.

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Sediment-nitrogen (N) connectivity: Suspended sediments in streams as N exporters and reactors for denitrification and assimilatory N uptake during storms

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Bisesh, J., E. Bacmeister, E. Peck, M. Peipoch, J. Kan, and S. Inamdar. 2023. Frontiers in Water 5:1254225.

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Spatial scale impacts microbial community composition and distribution within and across stream ecosystems in North and Central America

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Bier, R.L., J.J. Mosher, L.A. Kaplan, and J. Kan. 2023. Environmental Microbiology 25(10): 1860–1874.

Stroud Center Collaborations Amplify Impact on Fresh Water

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Scientists, educators, and watershed restoration professionals are working together to create long-lasting and positive impacts on waterways.

Using Microbial Source Tracking to Identify Potential Bacterial Sources in White Clay Creek

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Scientists monitored fecal indicator bacteria in White Clay Creek during summer and identified potential bacterial contamination by molecular microbial source tracking with the goal of targeting best management practices and…

Tidal Rivers Biofingerprinting Sediment: Resolving Sediment Connectivity Between Rivers and Estuaries by Tracking Particles With Their Microbial Genetic Signature

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Sediment flowing from rivers to estuaries is a double-edged sword: too much sediment can harm oyster beds but not enough sediment can starve tidal marshes. Measuring whether a river is…