FRIDay 2015 Oral Presentations

click Nitika Dewan (University of Denver, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry)

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click here Andrew Doll (Denver Museum of Nature and Science)

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NEON stable isotopic measurements

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Sylvia Michel (Colorado University, INSTAAR)

Twenty-five years and counting: stable isotopes of greenhouse gases measured by the NOAA – CU INSTAAR cooperative program

Sylvia Michel abstract


Leah Morgan (US Geological Survey)

Isotope ratio measurements elucidate physical, chemical and biological processes

Leah Morgan abstract


Shannon Murphy (University of Denver)

Impacts of nutrient subsidies on salt marsh food webs

Shannon Murphy abstract


James Paces (US Geological Survey)

Use of Sr and U isotopes to evaluate water sources and mixing in freshwater and estuarine wetlands

James Paces abstract


Craig Stricker (US Geological Survey)

Isotopic incorporation and the effects of fasting and dietary lipid content on isotopic discrimination in large, carnivorous animals.

Craig Stricker abstract


Michael Wunder (Colorado University at Denver)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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