Her main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Organic matter, Oceanography, Total organic carbon and Water column. Her studies deal with areas such as Amino acid, Ecology, Composition and Methanogenesis as well as Environmental chemistry. Cindy Lee combines subjects such as Photic zone and Particulates with her study of Organic matter.
Her research investigates the connection between Oceanography and topics such as Sediment that intersect with problems in Chlorophyll a. Her studies in Total organic carbon integrate themes in fields like Biogeochemical cycle, Silicate, Plankton, Carbon and Flux. In the field of Water column, her study on Sediment trap overlaps with subjects such as Organic geochemistry.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental chemistry, Oceanography, Organic matter, Total organic carbon and Water column. Her Environmental chemistry study incorporates themes from Seawater, Amino acid, Sediment and Nitrogen. Her Amino acid research focuses on Hydrolysis and how it relates to Peptide.
She has included themes like Phytoplankton, Particulates and Biogeochemical cycle in her Oceanography study. The Organic matter study combines topics in areas such as Decomposition, Photic zone and Mineralogy, Diagenesis. Cindy Lee interconnects Carbon, Carbon cycle, Flux and Plankton in the investigation of issues within Total organic carbon.
Mammography, Breast cancer, Screening mammography, Medical physics and Radiology are her primary areas of study. Her Mammography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biopsy, Database and MEDLINE. Her Database research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Retrospective cohort study and Quality management.
Along with Screening mammography, other disciplines of study including Life expectancy and Context are integrated into her research. Her Medical physics study also includes fields such as
Cindy Lee mainly investigates Screening mammography, Mammography, Medical physics, MEDLINE and Breast cancer. Cindy Lee merges Screening mammography with Context in her study. Her work on Breast imaging as part of general Mammography study is frequently linked to Recall, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her work in Medical physics addresses issues such as Mass screening, which are connected to fields such as Accountability, Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium, Cancer detection and Recall rate. Her studies in MEDLINE integrate themes in fields like Retrospective cohort study, Predictive value of tests, Cutoff point and Patient age. The study incorporates disciplines such as Gerontology and Professional association in addition to Breast cancer.
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A new, mechanistic model for organic carbon fluxes in the ocean based on the quantitative association of POC with ballast minerals
Robert A. Armstrong;Cindy Lee;John I. Hedges;Susumu Honjo.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (2001)
Molecular indicators of diagenetic status in marine organic matter
Stuart G. Wakeham;Cindy Lee;John I. Hedges;Peter J. Hernes.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1997)
The Mus81/Mms4 endonuclease acts independently of double-Holliday junction resolution to promote a distinct subset of crossovers during meiosis in budding yeast.
Teresa de los Santos;Neil Hunter;Cindy Lee;Brittany Larkin.
Evidence for non-selective preservation of organic matter in sinking marine particles
John I. Hedges;Jeffrey A. Baldock;Yves Gélinas;Cindy Lee.
The biochemical and elemental compositions of marine plankton: A NMR perspective
J.I. Hedges;J.A. Baldock;Y. Gélinas;C. Lee.
Marine Chemistry (2002)
Controls on organic carbon preservation: The use of stratified water bodies to compare intrinsic rates of decomposition in oxic and anoxic systems
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1992)
The vertical flux of particulate organic nitrogen in the sea : decomposition of amino acids in the Peru upwelling area and the equatorial Atlantic
Journal of Marine Research (1982)
Dissolved amino acids in the equatorial Pacific, the Sargasso Sea, and Biscayne Bay1
Cindy Lee;Jeffrey L. Bada.
Limnology and Oceanography (1977)
Compositions and transport of lipid biomarkers through the water column and surficial sediments of the equatorial Pacific Ocean
Stuart G. Wakeham;John I. Hedges;Cindy Lee;Michael L. Peterson.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (1997)
Biogeochemistry of particulate organic matter in the oceans: results from sediment trap experiments
Stuart G. Wakeham;Cindy Lee;John W. Farrington;Robert B. Gagosian.
Deep-sea research. Part A. Oceanographic research papers (1984)
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