2022 - Research.com Earth Science in Sweden Leader Award
Oceanography, Eutrophication, Ecosystem, Ecology and Biogeochemical cycle are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Daniel J. Conley examines in his Oceanography study include Phytoplankton and Dissolved silicate. His work deals with themes such as Marine ecosystem and Biogeochemistry, which intersect with Eutrophication.
Daniel J. Conley has included themes like Water quality, Physical geography, Nitrogen cycle and Nitrogen fixation in his Ecosystem study. The Biogeochemical cycle study combines topics in areas such as Earth science and Ecosystem services. His research integrates issues of Hydrology, Seawater and Macrophyte in his study of Nutrient.
Daniel J. Conley mainly investigates Oceanography, Eutrophication, Ecology, Biogeochemical cycle and Ecosystem. The Oceanography study which covers Sediment that intersects with Total organic carbon and Sedimentary rock. His study with Eutrophication involves better knowledge in Nutrient.
His research investigates the connection between Nutrient and topics such as Hydrology that intersect with problems in Particulates. He interconnects Denitrification, Terrestrial ecosystem, Earth science and Biogeochemistry in the investigation of issues within Biogeochemical cycle. His Ecosystem research includes elements of Climate change and Aquatic ecosystem.
Daniel J. Conley spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Biogeochemical cycle, Biogenic silica, Ecosystem and Hypoxia. His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sedimentary rock, Organic matter and Eutrophication. His Eutrophication study combines topics in areas such as Nutrient management, Dissolved inorganic nitrogen, Bottom water, Baltic sea and Authigenic.
His Biogeochemical cycle research integrates issues from Earth science, Surface water, Biomass, Geochemistry and Geologic time scale. His work carried out in the field of Biogenic silica brings together such families of science as Trace element, Carbon cycle and Silicic acid. His Ecosystem study is concerned with the field of Ecology as a whole.
Daniel J. Conley focuses on Biogeochemical cycle, Oceanography, Ecosystem, Biogenic silica and Geologic time scale. He combines subjects such as Biomass, Experimental forest, Coarse woody debris and Forest floor with his study of Biogeochemical cycle. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Oceanography and Hypoxia.
His Ecosystem study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Climatology, Climate change and Eutrophication. Eutrophication is closely attributed to Baltic sea in his work. His Biogenic silica study incorporates themes from Geochemistry, Trace element, Carbon cycle and Silicic acid.
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Controlling Eutrophication: Nitrogen and Phosphorus
Daniel J. Conley;Hans W. Paerl;Robert W. Howarth;Donald F. Boesch.
Declining oxygen in the global ocean and coastal waters.
Denise L. Breitburg;Lisa A. Levin;Andreas Oschlies;Marilaure Grégoire.
Coupled biogeochemical cycles: eutrophication and hypoxia in temperate estuaries and coastal marine ecosystems
Robert W. Howarth;Francis Chan;Daniel J. Conley;Josette Garnier.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2011)
Climate-Driven Ecosystem Succession in the Sahara: The Past 6000 Years
S. Kröpelin;D. Verschuren;A.-M. Lézine;H. Eggermont.
Modification of the biogeochemical cycle of silica with eutrophication
DJ Conley;CL Schelske;EF Stoermer.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1993)
Terrestrial ecosystems and the global biogeochemical silica cycle
Daniel J. Conley.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2002)
Hypoxia-Related Processes in the Baltic Sea
Daniel J. Conley;Svante Björck;Erik Bonsdorff;Jacob Carstensen.
Environmental Science & Technology (2009)
Return to Neverland: Shifting baselines affect eutrophication restoration targets
Carlos M. Duarte;Daniel J. Conley;Jacob Carstensen;María Sánchez-Camacho.
Estuaries and Coasts (2009)
Biogeochemical nutrient cycles and nutrient management strategies
Daniel J. Conley.
Hypoxia in the Baltic Sea and Basin-Scale Changes in Phosphorus Biogeochemistry
Daniel J. Conley;Christoph Humborg;Lars Rahm;Oleg P. Savchuk.
Environmental Science & Technology (2002)
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