Distinct drivers of two fractions of operationally dissolved iron in a temperate riverPublications ·
Logozzo, L., J.D. Hosen, J. McArthur, P. Raymond
Apr 2023 · Limnology & Oceanography
Riverine dissolved iron (Fe) affects water color, nutrients, and marine carbon cycling. Fe size and coupling with dissolved organic matter (DOM), in part, modulates the...
Watershed DOC uptake occurs mostly in lakes in the summer and in rivers in the winterPublications ·
Maavara, T., C. Brinkerhoff, J. Hosen, K. Aho, L. Logozzo, J. Saiers, A. Stubbins, P. Raymond
Jan 2023 · Limnology & Oceanography
River networks transport dissolved organic carbon (DOC) from terrestrial uplands to the coastal ocean. The extent to...
Contributions of Fe(III) to UV–Vis absorbance in river water: a case study on the Connecticut River and argument for the systematic tandem measurement of Fe(III) and CDOMPublications ·
Logozzo, L., J. Martin, J. McArthur, P. Raymond
May 2022 · Biogeochemistry
Dissolved organic matter (DOM) impacts the structure and function of aquatic ecosystems. DOM absorbs light in the UV and visible (UV–Vis) wavelengths, thus impacting light attenuation. Because...
Does photomineralization of dissolved organics matter in temperate rivers?Publications ·
Maavara, T., Logozzo, L., Stubbins, A., Aho, K., Brinkerhoff, C., Hosen, J., Raymond, P.
July 2021 · Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences
Sunlight can oxidize dissolved organic carbon (DOC) to dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) in freshwaters. The importance of...
Highest rates of gross primary productivity maintained despite CO2 depletion in a temperate river networkPublications ·
Aho, K., Hosen, J., Logozzo, L., McGillis, W., Raymond, P.
May 2021 · Limnology and Oceanography Letters
Aquatic primary productivity produces oxygen (O2) and consumes carbon dioxide (CO2) in a ratio of ~1.2. However, in aquatic ecosystems, dissolved CO2...
Photochemical and Microbial Degradation of Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter Exported from Tidal MarshesPublications ·
Logozzo, L., Tzortziou, M., Neale, P., Clark, B.
March 2021 · Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences
Wetlands export chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) to estuaries, where CDOM is removed and transformed through biotic and abiotic process, subsequently impacting nutrient...
The Effects of Trace Narasin on the Biogeochemical N-Cycle in a Cultivated Sandy LoamPublications ·
DeVries, S., Loving, M., Logozzo, L., Zhang, P., Block, K.
May 2020 · Science of the Total Environment
Narasin is an antibiotic administered to broiler chickens to prevent coccidiosis. After storage, excreta containing parent narasin compounds is commonly spread...