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Arsenic and mercury distribution in an aquatic food chain: importance of femtoplankton and picoplankton filtration fractions

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Alowaifeer, A.M., S. Clingenpeel, J. Kan, P.E. Bigelow, M. Yoshinaga, B. Bothner, and T.R. McDermott. 2023. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 42(1): 225–241.

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Saturated, suffocated, and salty: human legacies produce hot spots of nitrogen in riparian zones

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Inamdar, S.P., E.K. Peck, M. Peipoch, A.J. Gold, et.al. 2022. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 127 (12): e2022JG007138.

Sylvie Randall examines a tiny catfish in a sample vessel.

The Tiny Things We Cannot See: Sylvie Randall Explores the Threats and Promises of Microbes

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“Everyone uses science whether they know it or not,” says Randall. And it’s needed to tackle the world’s greatest challenges.

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Deciphering the diversity and distribution of chromophytic phytoplankton in the Bohai Sea and the Yellow Sea via RuBisCO genes (rbcL)

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Pujariabe, L., J. Kan, Y. Xin, G. Zhang, M.A. Noman, S. Nilajkar, and J. Sun. 2022. Marine Pollution Bulletin 184: 114193.

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Stream nitrogen uptake associated with suspended sediments: a microcosm study

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Bacmeister, E., E. Peck, S. Bernasconi, S. Inamdar, J. Kan, and M. Peipoch. 2022. Frontiers in Environmental Science 10: 1043638.

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Coupled dynamics of aqueous biogeochemistry in contrasting floodplain environments: implications for Critical Zone carbon sequestration along redox gradients

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Lazareva, O., J. Kan, C. Chen, and D.L. Sparks. 2022. Applied Geochemistry 145: 105413.

Ask a Scientist From Stroud Water Research Center

Ask a Scientist: Jinjun Kan

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For our first installment of Ask a Scientist, we check in with Jinjun Kan, Ph.D., associate research scientist and principal investigator of the Microbiology Group at Stroud Water Research Center.

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Convergence of biofilm successional trajectories initiated during contrasting seasons

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Wang, J., M. Peipoch, X. Guo, and J. Kan. 2022. Frontiers in Microbiology 13: 991816.

Biological Nitrogen Removal in Sediment Plumes: A Critical but Missing Component of Watershed Models

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Nutrient export from rivers is closely tied to sediment plumes that form during storms. By using experiments and methods to peer inside these sediment plumes, this project will discover how…

Evaluating How Conventional, Conservation, and Organic Farming Management Practices Enhance Soil Health and Improve Water Quality

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This project investigates how different agricultural management practices influence water quality and soil health. Using Rodale Institute’s 37-year-old Farming Systems Trial and a recent transition to organic farming at the…