In the past few months, our group has published several papers, including:

  • a novel demonstration of how redox dynamics and reservoir water level management can interact to affect water quality (See: Deemer and Harrison, 2019, Ecosystems)
  • a letter to the editor at Nature, written with IPCC colleagues, responding to a Nature Commentary suggesting that dams should be considered a net benefit to greenhouse gas budgets (See: Harrison et al., 2019, Nature)
  • a review of recent efforts to model phosphorus transport through rivers at the global scale (See: Harrison et al., 2019, COSUST)
  • an effort to define a roadmap for the development of global lake eutrophication and HAB models (See: Janssen et al., 2019, COSUST)
  • a paper laying out the argument for systematic intercomparisons of global nutrient transport models (See: van Vliet et al., 2019, COSUST); for a list of all articles appearing in this COSUST special issue on global modeling of water quality, click here
  • and a paper led by graduate students in Harrison’s Watershed Biogeochemistry course, characterizing the geographic distribution and controls of harmful algae blooms in Pacific Northwest Lakes (See: Rose et al., 2019, Lake and Reservoir Management)