DUWC Research


DUWC Research Philosophy

Research Facilities


Current Projects

Duke Forest/Sandy Creek Wetland Restoration the Southern Wetland Assessment Management Park (SWAMP)

Nanotechnology's Implications for the Environment

Phenolic Compounds and Black Carbon Feedback Controls on Peat Decomposition and Carbon Accumulation in Southeastern Peatlands

Sources, Transport, and Fate of Nitrogen and Phosphorus in the Upper Falls Lake Watershed, NC

The Amount of Phenolics in Wetland Macrophytes in Relation to Nutrient Content in the Soil, Season and Depth of Flooding: The Consequences for Carbon Sequestration in Wetlands. Czech-American Scientific Cooperation Project.

Water Quality Monitoring and Native Vegetation Planning for Duke's West Campus Stormwater Reclamation Lake


Completed Projects, 1989–



Research Articles, Books, and Technical Reports

Recent Conference Presentations

WetlandWire Newsletter

Integrated Stream & Wetland Design in Urban Settings:

Workshop Lecture Videos

Alumni Theses


Duke Student Association of Wetland Scientists Symposium 2016


Nicholas School of the Environment