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Recent SBR Highlights

Jan 27, 2018
Clarifying Rates of Methylmercury Production
New model provides more accurate rate constant estimates for mercury methylation and demethylation. [more...]

Dec 28, 2017
Microbial “Hotspots” and Organic Rich Sediments are Key Determinants of Nitrogen Cycling in a Floodplain
Sediments from a Colorado River floodplain that are rich in organic matter have a 70% higher po [more...]

Dec 20, 2017
How Shoreline Vegetation Protects Sediment-Bound Carbon
A new study investigates the mechanisms and pace of carbon processing at the terrestrial-aquatic int [more...]

Dec 12, 2017
Simulating Interactions among River Water, Groundwater, and Land Surfaces by Coupling Different Models
New coupled model, CP v1.0, will improve understanding of water cycling and complex Earth system dyn [more...]

Nov 21, 2017
CrunchFlow Receives 2017 R&D 100 Award
Powerful software simulates how chemical reactions occur and change as fluids travel underground.  [more...]