Environmental System Science Program
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2022 ESS PI Meeting Research Summary

The ESS PI Meeting was held virtually, May 24-26, 2022.

Last NameFirst NamePoster TitleInstitutionProgram AreaProject
Jastrow JulieInvestigating Soil Organic Matter Composition and Degradation State Across Hillslope Positions in the Arctic Foothills of AlaskaArgonne National LaboratoryESSSFA: National Laboratory Soil Carbon Response to Environmental Change
Jastrow Julie Improving Long-Term Modeling of Soil Carbon and Permafrost Response to Wildfire through Observational Evidence in the Southernmost Permafrost Region of AlaskaUniversity of MinnesotaESSSFA: National Laboratory Soil Carbon Response to Environmental Change
JastrowJulieQuantifying Variations in Soil C:N Relationships for the Permafrost RegionArgonne National LaboratoryESSSFA: National Laboratory Soil Carbon Response to Environmental Change
CusackDanielaEffects of Partial Throughfall Exclusion on Soil Dynamics in Lowland Tropical Forests Across Rainfall and Soil Fertility GradientsColorado State UniversityESSEarly Career
RaffJonathanLaboratory and Field Studies of Processes Impacting Reactive Nitrogen Oxide Fluxes to and from SoilIndiana UniversityESSUniversity Project, Early Career
KangYanghuiMachine learning upscaling of land-atmosphere exchanges across North America to capture extreme impactsUniversity of California BerkeleyESS-EESMDOE Early Career: Drought, heat and wildfire impacts on coastal water relations
LarsenIsaacSoil production and chemical weathering rates along a vegetation gradient in the East River Watershed, ColoradoUniversity of MassachusettsSBREarly Career
McFarlaneKarisExperimental Warming and Drying Increase the Age of Soil Respired Carbon and Alter Respiration Flux Rates in Lowland Tropical Forests in PanamaLawrence Livermore National LaboratoryESSEarly Career
WainwrightHarukoML-enabled assimilation of community geochemical datasets into reactive transport modelsLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSDOE Lab-led
StegenJamesImpacts of Drying on Hyporheic Zone BiogeochemistryPacific Northwest National LaboratoryEarly Career
VaradharajanCharulekaUnderstanding the Effects of Hydrometeorological Disturbances on River Water Temperature and Salinity at Regional to Continental ScalesLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSEarly Career
BrzostekEdwardQuantitative, Trait-Based Microbial Ecology to Accurately Model the Impacts of Nitrogen Deposition on Soil Carbon Cycling in the AnthropoceneWest Virginia UniversityESSEPSCOR, University Award
ParasharRishiFlow Hydrodynamics and Transport Characteristics in Presence of Permeable BiofilmsDesert Research InstituteESSEPSCOR
BiraudBiraudThe AmeriFlux Rapid Response SystemLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSAmeriFlux Management
KellerMichaelCatastrophic Forest Disturbance and Subsequent Regrowth in Puerto Rico Following Hurricane MariaInternational Institute of Tropical ForestryESSOther Institution
ForbrichInkeFrom tides to seasons: How cyclic tidal drivers and plant physiology interact to affect carbon cycling at the terrestrial-estuarine boundaryMarine Biological LaboratoryESSOther Institution
KeenanTrevorAmeriFlux Community InitiativesLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSDOE Lab-led, AmeriFlux Management
BuechnerChristinDiversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives for a Coalition of the WillingLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSDOE Lab-led, AmeriFlux Management
AgarwalDebMaking AmeriFlux Data More Open and Cite-ableLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSDOE Lab-led, AmeriFlux Management
Bailey Vanessa Multiscale Data Synthesis and Analysis for Understanding Coastal EcosystemsPacific Northwest National LaboratoryESSCOMPASS-FME
O’MearaTeriMultiscale Observations and Modeling for Improved Prediction of Coastal Wetland ProcessesOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSCOMPASS-FME
Myers-PiggAllisonThe Exploration of Coastal Hydro-biogeochemistry Across a Network of Gradients and Experiments Consortium (EXCHANGE)Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryESSCOMPASS-FME
HoppleAnyaThe Terrestrial Ecosystem Manipulation to Probe the Effects of Storm Treatments ExperimentPacific Northwest National LaboratoryESSCOMPASS-FME
WalkerAnthonySimulations of Duke and Oak Ridge FACE Experiments with ELM-FATES-CNPOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSDOE Lab-led
ChenXingyuanLinking Molecular Characterization with Continuum Reactive Transport ModelingPacific Northwest National LaboratoryESSIDEAS-Watersheds
PainterScottProgress Toward Scale-consistent Watershed Reactive Transport ModelsOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSIDEAS-Watersheds
CondonLauraNational datasets and workflows for integrated hydrologic modeling across the USUniversity of Arizona,ESSIDEAS-Watersheds
AboltCharlesTopography Drives Variability in Circumpolar Permafrost Thaw Pond ExpansionLos Alamos National LaboratoryESSNGEE Arctic
BennettKatrinaSpatial Patterns of Snow Distribution in the Sub-ArcticLos Alamos National LaboratoryESSNGEE Arctic
BernsErinDynamic Soil Columns Simulate Arctic Redox BiogeochemistryOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSNGEE Arctic
ConroyNathanEnvironmental Controls on Observed Spatial Variability of Soil Pore Water Geochemistry in Small Headwater Catchments Underlain with PermafrostLos Alamos National LaboratoryESSNGEE Arctic
EuskirchenEugénieAssessing Dynamic Vegetation Model Parameter Uncertainty Across Alaskan Arctic Tundra Plant CommunitiesUniversity of Alaska FairbanksESSNGEE Arctic
KholodovAlexanderEffect of Slope Topography on the Above- and Below-ground Traits in Tundra Biome: Case Study at the Seward PeninsulaUniversity of Alaska, FairbanksESSNGEE Arctic
LiuYanlanDispersal and Fire Limit Arctic Shrub ExpansionThe Ohio State UniversityESSNGEE Arctic
MekonnenZelalemClimatic and Environmental Controls on Recent Arctic Tundra ShrubificationLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSNGEE Arctic
SalmonVerityImpact of Short-term Warming on Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling Along the Plant-Soil ContinuumOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSNGEE Arctic
SerbinShawnFine-scale Vegetation Composition and Structure Drives Variation in Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Surface Albedo in Low Arctic TundraBrookhaven National LaboratoryESSNGEE Arctic
ShirleyIanNear-Surface Hydrology and Soil Properties Drive Heterogeneity in Permafrost Distribution, Vegetation Dynamics, and Carbon Cycling in a Sub-Arctic WatershedLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSNGEE Arctic
SulmanBenjaminIntegrating Arctic Vegetation and Biogeochemical Processes into the E3SM Land ModelOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSNGEE Arctic
TasNeslihanArctic Alder Nodule Microbe: Insights into Nitrogen FixationLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSNGEE Arctic
YangDarylIntegrating Field Observations and Multi-scale Remote Sensing to Understand Tall Shrub Distribution in Arctic TundraBrookhaven National LaboratoryESSNGEE Arctic
WrightCynthiaDo tropical forest trees have limited water sources? Plant water sourcing depth across the neotropicsOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSNGEE-Tropics
PivovaroffAlexandriaRelationships between plant hydraulic traits, gas exchange, and species demography in PanamaPacific Northwest National Laboratory; Glendale Community CollegeESSNGEE-Tropics
DavidsonKennethSurvey Derived Gas Exchange Data Identify Diurnal Patterns in Leaf Level Water Use Efficiency and Improve Model Representation of Stomatal Function in Tropical ForestsBrookhaven National Laboratory; Stony Brook UniversityESSNGEE-Tropics
JardineKolbyStem Respiration and Growth in a Central Amazon RainforestLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; 2National Institute for Amazon ResearchESSNGEE_Tropics
ZuletaDanielOverlooked Aboveground Biomass Losses in Tropical ForestsSmithsonian Tropical Research InstituteESSNGEE-Tropics
Hanbury-BrownAdamSimulating Environmentally Sensitive Tree Recruitment in Vegetation Demographic ModelsUniversity of California BerkeleyESSNGEE-Tropics
Medina-VegaJoséThe Distribution of EcM Trees in Lowland Tropical ForestsSmithsonian Tropical Research Institute PanamaESSNGEE-Tropics
FengYanleiClimate Warming Projected to Cause a Large Increase in Amazon Windthrow Disturbance This CenturyUniversity of California, BerkeleyESSNGEE-Tropics
WeiXinyuanKey Parameters under Varying Phosphorus Supply in the Nutrient-enabled ELM-FATESOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSNGEE-Tropics
ChambersJeffrey Coupled Modeling of Hillslope Hydrology and Ecosystem Dynamics at Manaus and BCIPacific Northwest National LaboratoryESSNGEE-Tropics
ChambersJeffrey Soil moisture thresholds explain a shift from light-limited to water-limited sap velocity in the Central Amazon during the 2015-16 El Niño droughtLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSNGEE-Tropics
ChambersJeffrey Importance of fire for functional biogeography across tropicsNational Center for Atmospheric ResearchESSNGEE-Tropics
ChambersJeffrey A Nutrient Enabled Demographic Ecosystem Model - FATES-ELM-CNP - Evaluation and Parametric Sensitivity at a Tropical TestbedLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSNGEE-Tropics
ChambersJeffrey The NGEE-Tropics Data Archive and Data Curation ActivitiesLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSNGEE-Tropics
SolanderKurtThe impact of soil hydrological parameters on vegetation dynamicsLos Alamos National LaboratoryESSNGEE-Tropics
SteefelCarlUsing Machine Learning to Extend High-resolution Integrated Hydrology Models to River Basin ScalesOak Ridge National LaboratoryOther (Data Management)ExaSheds
BaileyVanessaPore to Core: Linking Soil Organic Carbon Protection Mechanisms to Ecosystem CO2 Fluxes in Response to Varying Antecedent Soil Moisture ConditionsPacific Northwest National LaboratoryESSPNNL
MayesMelanieThe Influence of Soil Moisture and Tree Evapotranspiration on an Urban MicroclimateOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSBiogeochemical cycling along the urban interface
KemnerKennethThe Argonne National Laboratory Subsurface Biogeochemical Research Program SFA: Wetland HydrobiogeochemistryArgonne National LaboratoryESSSFA: Argonne Wetland Hydrobiogeochemistry
KemnerKennethBiogeochemical Dynamics of Fe and U in Fe Flocs in Tims Branch, Savannah River Site under Oxic/Anoxic CyclingArgonne National LaboratorySBRSFA: Argonne Wetland Hydrobiogeochemistry
KemnerKennethWatershed-Scale Hydrobiogeochemical Properties that Cause Contaminant Hot SpotsSavannah River National LaboratoryESSSFA: Argonne Wetland Hydrobiogeochemistry
KemnerKennethEffect of Organic Ligands on U and Fe Biogeochemistry in Wetland SedimentsArgonne National LaboratoryESSSFA: Argonne Wetland Hydrobiogeochemistry
Torn MargaretMicrobial Response to Root Substrate Addition is Depth DependentLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Belowground Biogeochemistry
Torn MargaretLinking microbial functional traits and organic matter chemistry to identify the pathways of carbon loss in response to warming through the soil profileLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Belowground Biogeochemistry
Torn MargaretAssociation Between Soil Organic Carbon and Calcium in Acidic Grassland Soils from Point Reyes National Seashore, CALawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Belowground Biogeochemistry
Brodie EoinAn Integrated Measurement and Modeling Approach to Improve Estimates of Water Exports within the East River WatershedLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Berkeley Lab Watershed Function
Brodie EoinHow Do Geology and Biology Determine Watershed Nitrogen Export? A Paired Catchment StudyLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Berkeley Lab Watershed Function
Brodie EoinFossil Carbon Release and Exports from Subsurface Sedimentary Bedrock Weathering in Mountainous WatershedsLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Berkeley Lab Watershed Function
Brodie EoinCoupled River Corridor Processes across ScaleLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Berkeley Lab Watershed Function
Brodie EoinMachine Learning-Based Multi-Scale Multi-Compartment Watershed Characterization across ScalesLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Berkeley Lab Watershed Function
Brodie EoinHigh Performance Computing for Understanding Aggregate C-Q Relationships in WatershedsLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Berkeley Lab Watershed Function and IDEAS-Watershed
Brodie EoinRemote Sensing to Scale Plant, Soil and Microbial Traits and to Infer Watershed Temporal Responses to Disturbance such as Forest DeclineLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Berkeley Lab Watershed Function and IDEAS-Watershed
Brodie EoinShale Weathering in a Mountainous Watershed: Impact of Water Table Fluctuations and Implications for Nitrogen CyclingLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Berkeley Lab Watershed Function and IDEAS-Watershed
Brodie EoinA Showcase of Integrated Atmosphere-to-Bedrock Science Activities in the East River Watershed to Advance Mountainous HydrologyLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Berkeley Lab Watershed Function and IDEAS-Watershed
Brodie EoinToward Integrated BioEPIC, Data Management and Assimilation Capabilities Supporting Watershed ResearchLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryESSSFA: Berkeley Lab Watershed Function and IDEAS-Watershed
Zavarin MavrikBiogeochemistry of the Pond B Water Column, Savannah River Site, South CarolinaLawrence Livermore National LaboratoryESSLLNL DOE SFA: BioGeoChemistry at Interfaces
Zavarin MavrikFactors Controlling Pu-239 and Cs-137 Mobility in Contaminated Isolated Pond Sediments, Savannah River Site, South CarolinaClemson UniversityESSLLNL DOE SFA: BioGeoChemistry at Interfaces
Zavarin MavrikPlutonium Distribution among Acidic Processing Waste at the Hanford Site, USA: Implications to Long-Term Subsurface MigrationLawrence Livermore National LaboratoryESSLLNL DOE SFA: BioGeoChemistry at Interfaces
PierceEric M.Effects of Coupled Biogeochemical Processes on Soil Organic Carbon Storge and FluxesOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: Critical Interfaces
Pierce Eric M.Linking Trace Metal Biogeochemistry and Carbon-Nutrient Cycling: The Role of MetallophoresOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: Critical Interfaces
Pierce Eric M.Machine Learning Model Prediction of Streamflow in Walker Branch WatershedOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: Critical Interfaces
Pierce Eric M.Elucidating Coupled Solute Transport, Transformation, and Ecosystem Processes in River Corridors using Stream TracersOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: Critical Interfaces
Pierce Eric M.Understanding Environmental Controls on the Composition, Function, and Cycling of Mercury within Fluvial PeriphytonOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: Critical Interfaces
Hanson Paul J.Taming fine-root systems complexity to reduce Earth System Model uncertaintyOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: ORNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science
HansonPaul J.ORNL’s Terrestrial Ecosystem Science – Scientific Focus Area (TES SFA): a 2022 OverviewOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: ORNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science
HansonPaul J.An alternative to adapt, migrate or die: insights into microbial enhanced plants resilience to warmingOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: ORNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science
HansonPaul J.Microbial Community Responses to Elevated Temperature and CO2 in Peat Decomposition LaddersOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: ORNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science
HansonPaul J.Coupling Photophysics, Photochemistry, and Biochemistry for a Complete Mechanistic Modeling and Remote Sensing of PhotosynthesisOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: ORNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science
HansonPaul J.From Below- to Aboveground, and Integrated Ecosystem Drought ResponsesOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: ORNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science
HansonPaul J.Modeling Climate Sensitivity of Above and Below Ground Processes at MOFLUXOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: ORNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science
HansonPaul J.Dynamic Imaging of Root and Rhizosphere ProcessesOak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: ORNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science
HansonPaul J.Evaluating and Modeling the Alternative Hypotheses that Connect Organic Inputs to Soil Carbon
Oak Ridge National LaboratoryESSSFA: ORNL Terrestrial Ecosystem Science
ScheibeTimIntegrated Modeling of Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in River Corridors Across the Yakima River BasinPacific Northwest National LaboratoryESSPNNL River Corridor SFA
ScheibeTimHydrobiogeochemical Variability: Mechanisms Governing Reaction- to Basin-Scale Hydrobiogeochemical RegimesPacific Northwest National LaboratoryESSPNNL River Corridor SFA
ScheibeTimThe Influence of Wildfire Disturbance on River Corridor Hydrobiogeochemical FunctionPacific Northwest National LaboratoryESSPNNL River Corridor SFA
ScheibeTimHydrobiogeochemical Features and Function Across BasinsPacific Northwest National LaboratoryESSPNNL River Corridor SFA
ScheibeTimMechanisms Governing Spatial Variability in River Corridor HydrobiogeochemistryPacific Northwest National LaboratoryESSPNNL River Corridor SFA
ScheibeTimImproving Knowledge and Predictions of Hyporheic Zone Respiration via Continental-Scale Iterative ICON-ModEx SciencePacific Northwest National LaboratoryESSPNNL River Corridor SFA
BoyeKristinSLAC Floodplain Hydro-Biogeochemistry SFA: Spatiotemporal Response of Soil-Gravel Bed Connectivity to Hydrological Transitions in an Intermountain Floodplain AquiferSLAC National Accelerator LaboratoryESSSLAC Floodplain Hydro-Biogeochemistry SFA
BoyeKristinSLAC Floodplain Hydro-Biogeochemistry SFA: Colloid Dynamics at Floodplain Soil-Gravel Bed InterfacesSLAC National Accelerator LaboratoryESSDOE SLAC-SFA Program
BoyeKristinSLAC Floodplain Hydro-Biogeochemistry SFA: Hydrological and microbiome dynamics drive shifts in subsurface geochemistry and oxic-anoxic interfaces in floodplain soilsStanford UniversityESSSLAC Floodplain Hydro-Biogeochemistry SFA
MathenyAshleyA Novel Halophyte-Capable Plant Hydraulics Model for Mangrove Forest FunctionUniversity of Texas at AustinESSUniversity Project
SmithMelindaDroughts and Deluges in Semi-Arid Grassland Ecosystems: Implications of Co-occurring Extremes for C CyclingColorado State UniversityESSUniversity Project
BhatnagarJenniferLinking root and soil microbial stress metabolism to watershed biogeochemistry under rapid, year-round environmental changeBoston UniversityESSUniversity Project
BerkelhammerMaxRoot Dynamics and Ecosystem Legacy, Exploring Responses and Dynamics at Three Midwestern United States AmeriFlux SitesUniversity of Illinois ChicagoESSUniversity Project
CardenasM. BayaniInstream and Hyporheic Zone Contributions to River Corridor Oxygen and CO2 Dynamics During Particulate Organic Matter AdditionsThe University of Texas at AustinESSUniversity Project
DeemsJeffrey S. Snow pattern evolution in the East River SFA simulated with a distributed snow model and Airborne Snow Observatory dataUniversity of ColoradoSBRUniversity Project
CarboneMariahEcohydrological Controls on Root and Microbial Respiration in the East River Watershed of ColoradoNorthern Arizona UniversityESSUniversity Project
CardonZoe“Sticky Roots” – Rhizodeposition and the fate of mineral-associated soil carbonMarine Biological LaboratoryESSUniversity Project
CatalanoJeffreyTrace Metal Dynamics and Limitations on Biogeochemical Cycling in Wetland Soils and Hyporheic ZonesWashington UniversitySBRUniversity Project
CavaleriMolly A.Tropical Rain Forests, Drought, Hurricanes and Heat: Results from the TRACE Experiment to DateMichigan Technological UniversityESSUniversity Project
ChanClaraMicrobial contributions to environmental iron oxidation at the Savannah River SiteUniveristy of DelawareESSUniversity Project
ColemanJamesHow does mercury methylation respond to intensive forest management and the creation of anoxia in floodplain soils?University of North CarolinaESSUniversity project
ComasXavierPredicting hot spots and hot moments of biogenic gas accumulation and release in a subtropical ecosystem using airborne ground-penetrating radar (GPR)Florida Atlantic UniversityESSUniversity Project
DemersJason D. Using Mercury Stable Isotopes to Identify Sources of Methylmercury to Aquatic Food WebsUniversity of MichiganESSUniversity-Led Research
FendorfScottDeciphering Controls on Nutrient and Contaminant Migration Within Floodplains: The Critical Role of Redox Environments and Hydrologic ExtremesStanford UniversityESSUniversity Project
DukesJeffreySap Flux-scaled Transpiration, Canopy Conductance and Gross Primary Productivity in Response to Throughfall Manipulation in Three Co-occurring SpeciesPurdue UniversityESSUniversity project
El MasriBassilMethane Dynamics of Vegetation-Soil Interactions in Bald Cypress and Other Bottomland Hardwood ForestsMurray State UniversityESSUniversity Project
FengXuePeatland hydrology across scales: wintertime controls of spring water table and streamflowUniversity of MinnesotaTESUniversity Award
FloresAlejandro N.Model-Data Fusion to Examine Multiscale Dynamical Controls on Snow Cover and Critical Zone Moisture InputsBoise State UniversityESSUniversity Project
FrancisChristopherRemarkable diversity of metagenome-assembled genomes from key ammonia- and nitrite oxidizing organisms recovered from hydrologically-variable floodplain sedimentsStanford UniversityESSUniversity project
FraterrigoJenniferRemote Sensing of Plant Functional Traits for Modeling Arctic Tundra Carbon DynamicsUniversity of IllinoisESSUniversity-Led Research
Ginder-VogelMatthewParticulate Organic Matter (POM) Transport and Transformation at the terrestrial-aquatic interfaceUniversity of Wisconsin – MadisonESSUniversity Project
GooseffMichaelWhere Do Inflows Occur Along Western Rivers? Using Water Quality Profiles and Geophysics to Identify Inputs to RiversUniversity of ColoradoESSUniversity Project
HesterErichEffects of Microbial Growth and Death and Sediment Movement on Hyporheic Zone BiogeochemistryVirgina TechESSUniversity Project
WhitmanTheaModelling Microbes to Predict Post-fire Carbon Cycling in the Boreal Forest across Burn SeveritiesUniversity of WisconsinESSUniversity Project
Hicks PriesCaitlinTesting Mechanisms of How Mycorrhizal Associations Affect Forest Soil Carbon and Nitrogen CyclingDartmouth CollegeESSUniversity-Led Research
KannenbergStevenWhat Drives Variability in Carbon-Water Dynamics? The Value of Soil Moisture for Predicting Plant Water Potential and Ecosystem FluxesUniversity of UtahESSUniversity Project
SchuurTedThe Impact of a Changing Permafrost Tundra Ecosystem on Dissolved Organic Carbon Age and Concentration in Surface and Groundwater in a Long-Term ExperimentNorthern Arizona UniversityTESUniversity Project
LiLiCarbon transformation and transport in a high elevation mountain catchmentPenn State UniversityESSUniversity Project
Kinsman-CostelloLaurenRewriting the Redox Paradigm: Dynamic hydrology shapes nutrient and element transformations in a Great Lakes coastal estuaryKent State UniversityESSUniversity-led
KivlinStephanie N.Fungal Response to Multiple Global Change Stressors: Evidence from Long-Term Manipulations and Environmental GradientsUniversity of TennesseeESSUniversity Project
KostkaJoel E.Toward a predictive understanding of environmental perturbations in regulating greenhouse gas release in northern peatlandsFlorida State UniversityESSUniversity Project
MaherKateDevelopment of a molecularly informed biogeochemical framework for reactive transport modeling of subsurface carbon inventories, transformations and fluxesStanford UniversityESSUniversity Project
MarlowJeffreyIdentifying Hot Spots and Hot Moments of Metabolic Activity in Salt Marsh Sediments Through BONCAT-FISH Microscale MappingBoston UniversityESSUniversity Project
MedvigyDavidUnraveling the Mechanisms of Below- and Aboveground Liana-Tree Competition in Tropical ForestsUniversity of Notre DameESSUniversity Project
NeumannRebecca B.Advective Heat Transport in Permafrost Landscapes: Biogeochemical ConsequencesUniversity of WashingtonTESUniversity Project
NoyceGenevieveHigh-Frequency Greenhouse Gas Emissions from a Coastal WetlandSmithsonian Environmental Research CenterESSUniversity Project
MaherKateDevelopment of a molecularly informed biogeochemical framework for reactive transport modeling of subsurface carbon inventories, transformations and fluxes
Stanford UniversityESSUniversity Project
MegonigalPatTemperature and Elevated CO2 Effects on Coastal Wetland Resilience and Carbon AccumulationSmithsonian Environmental Research CenterESSUniversity Project
RawlinsMichael A.Investigating Riverine Freshwater and Dissolved Organic Carbon Exports Across the Western Arctic Through Integration of Measurements and ModelingUniversity of MassachusettsESSUniversity Project
SalaAnnaPlant Carbohydrate Depletion, Mycorrhizal Networks and Vulnerability to Drought: Experimental Tests in the FieldUniversity of MontanaESSUniversity Project
SaleskaScottTropical trees as Conduits for Connecting Belowground Microbial Processes to Aboveground Methane Emissions at the Terrestrial Aquatic InterfaceUniversity of ArizonaESSUniversity Project
SantelliCaraInfluence of Hyporheic Exchange on Coupled S-Fe-C biogeochemical cycling and Microbial Community Function in Riparian Wetlands at the Savannah River SiteUniversity of MinnesotaESSUniversity Project
SantschiPeterWatershed Controls on Uranium Concentrations tied into Natural Organic Matter and Iron Interactions in Streambeds and WetlandsTexas A&M University at GalvestonESSCollaborative Research
SihiDebjaniDeveloping a probabilistic framework to capture redox heterogeneity and greenhouse gas predictions in Terrestrial-Aquatic InterfacesEmory UniversityESSUniversity project
Stuart-HaëntjensEllenTidal Wetland Flux Network: Plans and ProgressCalifornia Water Science CenterESSUniversity Project
TaillefertMartialEffect of Hydrological Forcing on the Biogeochemical Transformation of Carbon and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Riparian and Streambed SedimentsGeorgia Institute of TechnologyESSUniversity Project
ThurberAndrewApplying “R-Osmos” To Quantify Hot-Moments in a High Mountain Watershed: Co-Development of Novel Methodology To Advance Terrestrial-Aquatic Interface ModelsOregon State UniversityESSUniversity Project
DruhanJennifer L.In-situ Observations of Organic Carbon Oxidation in Shale Regolith and Implications for Bedrock WeatheringUniversity of Texas at AustinESSUniversity Project
BohrerGilEffects of ecohydrological patches on methane emissions and carbon sequestration in coastal wetlandsUniversity of Louisiana at LafayetteESSUniversity Project
WeberKarrie A.Influx of Oxidants into Reduced Zones: Microbiological Controls Governing Metal Oxidation and ReductionUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnESSUniversity Led
NippertJesseIntegrating data and models to enhance our understanding of the effects and drivers of shrub encroachment in US tallgrass prairieUniversity of WyomingTESUniversity Project
YagerElowynImpacts of streambed dynamics on nutrient and fine sediment transport in mountain riversUniversity of IdahoESSUniversity Project
GriffisTimothyBiophysical Processes and Feedback Mechanisms Controlling the Methane Budget of an Amazonian PeatlandUniversity of MinnesotaTESUniversity Project Award
ZimmerMargaretSeasonal Hydrologic Forcings Drive Salt Marsh FunctionUniversity of CaliforniaESSUniversity Award