Zackary Johnson – Research at the Nicholas School
RESEARCH @ NICHOLAS | from discoveries to solutions
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Ephemeral aggregate layers in the water column leave lasting footprints in the carbon cycle

Prairie JC, Ziervogel K, Camassa R, McLaughlin RM, White BL, Johnson ZIArnosti C. Ephemeral aggregate layers in the water column leave lasting footprints in the carbon cycle. Limnology and Oceanography Letters. 03Nov2017. 2378-2242

Seasonal influence of scallop culture on nutrient flux, bacterial pathogens and bacterioplankton diversity across estuaries off the Bohai Sea Coast of Northern China

He, Y, Sen, B, Shang, J, He, Y, Xie, N, Zhang, Y, Zhang, J, Johnson, ZI, and Wang, G. “Seasonal influence of scallop culture on nutrient flux, bacterial pathogens and bacterioplankton diversity across estuaries off the Bohai Sea Coast of Northern China.”Marine pollution bulletin 124, no. 1 (November 2017): 411-420.

Collaborative Research: Ocean Acidification: microbes as sentinels of adaptive responses to multiple stressors

National Science Foundation