Dr. Erin C. Seybold
I am an aquatic biogeochemist at the Kansas Geological Survey at the University of Kansas. My research integrates concepts from biogeochemistry, watershed hydrology, and ecosystem ecology to understand how nutrients and carbon move through watersheds and river networks.
office: Moore Hall 403
I'm an aquatic biogeochemist and my research interest include understanding how abiotic and biotic drivers change carbon cycling in streams. My previous research focused on how changes in land use and precipitation gradients effect ecosystem metabolism of Texas coastal streams.
I am interested in watershed biogeochemistry and how disturbance (e.g., climate change, land use, fire) impacts nutrient cycling and partitioning. As a KGS intern, I am investigating the drivers of drying regimes in intermittent streams at Konza Prairie by studying relationships between streamflow and water chemistry.