2013 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Kenneth Mopper performs multidisciplinary study in Organic chemistry and Photochemistry in his work. Kenneth Mopper performs multidisciplinary study on Photochemistry and Organic chemistry in his works. Much of his study explores Biochemistry relationship to Photodegradation. His Photodegradation study frequently links to related topics such as Catalysis. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Catalysis and Photocatalysis. His research ties Biochemistry and Photocatalysis together. While working on this project, Kenneth Mopper studies both Remote sensing and Meteorology. He incorporates Meteorology and Remote sensing in his studies. His study connects Troposphere and Atmospheric sciences.
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Evaluation of specific ultraviolet absorbance as an indicator of the chemical composition and reactivity of dissolved organic carbon.
James L Weishaar;George R Aiken;Brian A Bergamaschi;Miranda S Fram.
Environmental Science & Technology (2003)
Absorption spectral slopes and slope ratios as indicators of molecular weight, source, and photobleaching of chromophoric dissolved organic matter
John R. Helms;Aron Stubbins;Jason D. Ritchie;Elizabeth C. Minor.
Limnology and Oceanography (2008)
High performance liquid chromatographic determination of subpicomole amounts of amino acids by precolumn fluorescence derivatization with o-phthaldialdehyde
Peter. Lindroth;Kenneth. Mopper.
Analytical Chemistry (1979)
Photochemical degradation of dissolved organic carbon and its impact on the oceanic carbon cycle
Kenneth Mopper;Kenneth Mopper;Xianliang Zhou;Xianliang Zhou;Robert J. Kieber;Robert J. Kieber;David J. Kieber;David J. Kieber.
The amino acid and sugar composition of diatom cell-walls
R. E. Hecky;K. Mopper;P. Kilham;E. T. Degens.
Marine Biology (1973)
Formation of carbonyl compounds from UV‐induced photodegradation of humic substances in natural waters: Fate of riverine carbon in the sea
Robert J. Kieber;Xianliang Zhou;Kenneth Mopper.
Limnology and Oceanography (1990)
Photochemical source of biological substrates in sea water: implications for carbon cycling
David J. Kieber;David J. Kieber;Julie McDaniel;Julie McDaniel;Kenneth Mopper.
Illuminated darkness: molecular signatures of Congo River dissolved organic matter and its photochemical alteration as revealed by ultrahigh precision mass spectrometry.
Aron Stubbins;Robert G. M. Spencer;Hongmei Chen;Patrick G. Hatcher.
Limnology and Oceanography (2010)
Hydroxyl radical photoproduction in the sea and its potential impact on marine processes.
Kenneth Mopper;Xianliang Zhou.
Fluorescence as a possible tool for studying the nature and water column distribution of DOC components
Kenneth Mopper;Christopher A. Schultz.
Marine Chemistry (1993)
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