State University of New York Environmental Science
406A Bray Hall, 1 Forestry Drive
Syracuse NY 13210
Hubbard Brook Role:
Graduate Student, Ph.D.
Ruth D. Yanai
I am interested in mercury cycling in the forests and uncertainty analysis in ecosystem studies. My current projects are 1) quantifying mercury concentrations and contents in tree components 2) detecting temporal trend in mercury concentrations in loon blood 3) measuring effects of climate change on soil mercury evasion, litterfall and throughfall.
Hubbard Brook Publications by this Author
“Measuring Mercury In Wood: Challenging But Important”. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry 97(5): 456 - 467. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03067319.2017.1324852.. 2017.
“Sources Of Variability In Tissue Chemistry In Northern Hardwood Species 1”. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 46(3): 285 - 296. http://www.nrcresearchpress.com/doi/10.1139/cjfr-2015-0302.. 2016.
“Detecting Changes In Tree Tissue Chemistry Over Time In Northern Hardwood Stands”. Syracuse University.. 2015.