One of the questions that drives a lot of our work is “Of the 25 elements required to build organisms, how many of them help regulate the abundance, activity, and diversity of organisms in ecosystems?”. 762 more words
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In 1904, Prandtl conjectured that slightly viscous flows can be decomposed into the inviscid flows away from the boundary and a so-called Prandtl’s layer near the boundary. 623 more words
Steve and colleagues publish paper on how geography and the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill affected Littoraria recruitment
Coauthors included Pennings lab alumna Carolin McFarlin, GCE-LTER colleagues Merryl Alber and Dale Bishop, and old UGAMI colleague Keith Walters.
The paper is online and open access: 336 more words
Kurt Reinhart was part of the lab back in the old days when I was at Sapelo full time. He’s now working for the USDA Agricultural Research Service and recently co-authored a paper in Science on plant-soil feedbacks. 60 more words
The first paper from Huy’s dissertation is now published in Ecology. Huy compared four species of burrowing crabs and shows how one of them, Sesarma reticulatum, engineers the growth of headward-eroding creeks in tidal marshes in Georgia and South Carolina. 114 more words