My research focuses on evaluating how changes in climate and terrestrial environment shape stream hydrology and biogeochemistry across multiple spatial and temporal scales. My interests include catchment hydrology, stream metabolism, soil microbial processes, stream nutrient dynamics, and riparian-stream linkages. I utilize a mix a number of different tools and approaches, including catchment monitoring, field-based studies, lab incubations, and mechanistic models, to broaden scientific knowledge across space and time. While my research mainly focused on nitrogen dynamics, I am currently widening my scientific research to other nutrients such as carbon or phosphorus.
Lupon Navazo, Anna