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For query: Nutrient dynamics:

  1. Waking the dead: Evolutionary responses of Daphnia spp. to biophysical disruption in tropical lake systems
  2. Improved understanding of nitrous oxide “hot-spot” dynamics in upland soils
  3. Regulation of the tropical ocean by the polar ocean in a warm climate
  4. Thermal dynamics of the River Danube: long-term responses to environmental change
  5. Metabolome, transcriptome and genome profiling to identify rhizo-ecological dynamics
  6. Temperate forest nitrogen availability, carbon uptake and future climate change
  7. Predicting the fate of resistance genes, plasmids and hosts in mixed communities
  8. Microbial lipid cycling in the oceans: an integrated ‘omics’ approach
  9. Genomic tools for great-ape population dynamics and conservation
  10. Are bacteriophages important mediators of horizontal gene transfer in the marine environment ?
  11. Droughts and floods in the boreal; inducing flow reversals and biogeochemical hot spots through catchment scale hydrological manipulations
  12. Stripping the molecular basis of marine microbial interactions
  13. Resurrecting ghost ponds to fight loss of aquatic biodiversity
  14. Keechy Akkerman
  15. Diversity and functioning of mucoromycotan root endophytes- a newly-discovered prolific and globally distributed group of rhizosphere symbionts
  16. Resilience to change in a fast-changing environment: vegetation productivity in the high Arctic
  17. Carbon fluxes along environmental and altitudinal gradients in the Colombian Andes
  18. Mathematical modelling of large volcanic jets through lakes
  19. Interactions between river morphology and vegetation using SfM Photogrammetry
  20. Post-fire dunefield ecological recovery
  21. Modelling the physical and chemical evolution of pollutants in the complex urban environment.
  22. Alan Radbourne
  23. Jordan Bestwick
  24. Lucy Garrett
  25. MacKay
  26. Rosalinde Nicholls
  27. Sarah Twohig
  28. Emma Johnstone
  29. Nicolai Brekenfeld
  30. Daniel Watters
  31. Linda Westermann
  32. Peter Hill
  33. Clarissa Baldo
  34. Degradation of synthetic chemicals in water-sediment systems
  35. Genetic Dark Matter? Functional characterization of a non-coding RNA regulation of microbial metabolism of climate active trace gases.
  36. Revealing the secrets of the ‘known unknown’ genes in marine bacteria
  37. Metabolic and electrical interactions in natural and synthetic cyanobacterial mats
  38. Deciphering the phosphorus cycle in soils: towards an understanding of mineral dissolution by microbially produced organic and inorganic acids
  39. Pushing Boundaries in Ecohydrological Geophysics to Test the Two-Water Worlds Model
  40. Reconstruction of glacial-interglacial monsoon hydroclimate variability (CASE)
  41. Organic Geochemical Reconstructions of the Indian Summer Monsoon
  42. Geological drivers of the Asian monsoon
  43. Cooling and hydrothermal history of Rochechouart Impact Crater
  44. Onset of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current and the oceanographic isolation of Antarctica
  45. Evolution of Late Palaeozoic Floodplains
  46. Dust fluxes in the high latitudes: quantification and drivers
  47. Multi-scale remote sensing of high latitude dust
  48. The stratigraphy and emplacement of the Antrim lavas (SEAL)
  49. Role of the Sahara and Saharan dust in global climate
  50. Establishing an palaeoenvironmental context for the Middle to Later Stone Age transition in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
  51. Projecting hydroclimatic extremes in the Himalayas for the 21st century
  52. Monitoring icebergs with the Sentinel-1 satellite for environmental studies in the Arctic
  53. Plant-mycorrhizal associations and response to global change in a species-rich calcareous grassland
  54. Exploiting cell-phone signal disturbances for urban flood warning systems in mega-cities
  55. Solar cycle variations in ionospheric Joule heating
  56. Does forest structure hold the key to understanding forest carbon uptake?
  57. Microbiome mediated resiliency of freshwater habitat
  58. The fate of microplastics accumulating at groundwater-surface water interfaces
  59. B40
  60. Prof. David Scanlan