Subject Areas on Research
- Abundance of water bodies is critical to guide mosquito larval control interventions and predict risk of mosquito-borne diseases.
- Beyond Selenium: Coal Combustion Residuals Lead to Multielement Enrichment in Receiving Lake Food Webs.
- Cyanobacterial Blooms Are Not a Result of Positive Selection by Freshwater Eutrophication.
- Dissolved Reactive Phosphorus Loads to Western Lake Erie: The Hidden Influence of Nanoparticles.
- Ecology. Cleaner lakes are dirtier lakes.
- Legacy of Coal Combustion: Widespread Contamination of Lake Sediments and Implications for Chronic Risks to Aquatic Ecosystems.
- Morphological characteristics of urban water bodies: mechanisms of change and implications for ecosystem function.
- Multiscale gigapixel photography.
- Policy-driven changes in enclosure fisheries of large lakes in the Yangtze Plain: Evidence from satellite imagery.
- Selenium Ecotoxicology in Freshwater Lakes Receiving Coal Combustion Residual Effluents: A North Carolina Example.
- The Trait Repertoire Enabling Cyanobacteria to Bloom Assessed through Comparative Genomic Complexity and Metatranscriptomics.
- The emergent interactions that govern biodiversity change.
- The impact of coal combustion residue effluent on water resources: a North Carolina example
Keywords of People
- Hsu-Kim, Heileen, Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Pan, William Kuang-Yao, Elizabeth Brooks Reid and Whitelaw Reid Associate Professor, Environmental Sciences and Policy
- Vengosh, Avner, Nicholas Distinguished Professor of Environmental Quality, Nicholas Institute-Energy Initiative