Prof. Lihini Aluwihare EARTHSC 8898 - Seminar Colloquium in the Earth Sciences

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September 17, 2021
1:45PM - 2:45PM
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Add to Calendar 2021-09-17 13:45:00 2021-09-17 14:45:00 Prof. Lihini Aluwihare EARTHSC 8898 - Seminar Colloquium in the Earth Sciences 8898 Seminar Colloquium in the Earth Sciences Speaker: Dr. Lihini Aluwihare, Professor, UC San Diego Seminar Title: Peering through New Analytical Windows at an Old Problem: Marine Dissolved Organic Matter Composition and Cycling. The 600 Gt C marine dissolved organic matter (DOM) reservoir facilitates ecosystem interactions, nutrient regeneration, and carbon and nutrient sequestration. As new analytical methods come on-line, we learn more about the identities of the molecules that facilitate each of these processes. In this talk I will describe some of the different analytical approaches we are taking to elucidate the organic currencies involved in maintaining ecosystem interactions and modulating global carbon cycling. Host: Dr. Christena Cox Click Zoom link to join the Seminar     ZOOM LINK School of Earth Sciences earthsciences@osu.edu America/New_York public
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8898 Seminar Colloquium in the Earth Sciences

Speaker: Dr. Lihini Aluwihare, Professor, UC San Diego

Seminar Title: Peering through New Analytical Windows at an Old Problem: Marine Dissolved Organic Matter Composition and Cycling.

The 600 Gt C marine dissolved organic matter (DOM) reservoir facilitates ecosystem interactions, nutrient regeneration, and carbon and nutrient sequestration. As new analytical methods come on-line, we learn more about the identities of the molecules that facilitate each of these processes. In this talk I will describe some of the different analytical approaches we are taking to elucidate the organic currencies involved in maintaining ecosystem interactions and modulating global carbon cycling.

Host: Dr. Christena Cox

Click Zoom link to join the Seminar