Mark River

Mark River

My research occurs at the intersection of hydrology and sediment biogeochemistry.  I apply my background in engineering, along with the use of various high-tech tools and an interdisciplinary approach, to study the biogeochemical cycles of iron, phosphorus, manganese, nitrogen, and carbon and their effects on aquatic ecology.


River, M, and Richardson, CJ. "Stream transport of iron and phosphorus by authigenic nanoparticles in the Southern Piedmont of the U.S." Water research 130 (March 2018): 312-321.
River, M, and Richardson, CJ. "Particle size distribution predicts particulate phosphorus removal." Ambio 47, no. Suppl 1 (January 2018): 124-133.

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Graduation Date

April 2018