His primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Isotopes of carbon, Fractionation, Stable isotope ratio and Ecology. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental engineering, Bioremediation, Cycloclasticus, Methane and Petroleum. The various areas that Mark E. Conrad examines in his Isotopes of carbon study include Chromatography, Carbon dioxide and Mineralogy.
His study on Stable isotope ratio also encompasses disciplines like
Mark E. Conrad mainly focuses on Environmental chemistry, Hydrology, Groundwater, Vadose zone and Stable isotope ratio. His Environmental chemistry research incorporates elements of Isotopes of carbon, Fractionation, Isotope fractionation, Methane and Nitrate. His study in Groundwater is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Geochemistry, Sediment, Biogeochemical cycle and Hanford Site.
His Vadose zone research incorporates themes from Water table, Contamination and Groundwater recharge. While the research belongs to areas of Stable isotope ratio, Mark E. Conrad spends his time largely on the problem of Sulfate, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Souring. In his research, Ecology is intimately related to δ13C, which falls under the overarching field of Methanogenesis.
His primary scientific interests are in Hydrology, Environmental chemistry, Nitrogen, Watershed and Carbon. His Snowmelt study in the realm of Hydrology interacts with subjects such as Biogeosciences and Global change. His Snowmelt research integrates issues from Weathering, Pore water pressure, Groundwater recharge and Groundwater.
His studies in Environmental chemistry integrate themes in fields like Sulfide and Nitrate. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dissolved organic carbon, Carbon dioxide and Methane. Mark E. Conrad has included themes like Fractionation and Geochemistry in his Methane study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Groundwater, Total organic carbon, Carbon cycle, Dissolved organic carbon and Carbon. Groundwater is a subfield of Hydrology that he tackles. His Total organic carbon research includes themes of Watershed, Floodplain, Radiocarbon dating, Oil shale and Sediment.
His Carbon cycle study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Soil organic matter, Atmospheric sciences, Geochemistry, Vadose zone and Carbon dioxide. Mark E. Conrad works mostly in the field of Dissolved organic carbon, limiting it down to topics relating to Isotopes of carbon and, in certain cases, Environmental chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Environmental chemistry brings together such families of science as Souring, Sulfate-reducing bacteria, Chlorate, Nitrate and Hydrogen sulfide.
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Deep-sea oil plume enriches indigenous oil-degrading bacteria.
Terry C. Hazen;Eric A. Dubinsky;Todd Z. DeSantis;Gary L. Andersen.
Subsurface flow paths in a steep, unchanneled catchment
Suzanne Prestrud Anderson;William E. Dietrich;David R. Montgomery;Raymond Torres.
Water Resources Research (1997)
Deep‐sea bacteria enriched by oil and dispersant from the Deepwater Horizon spill
Jacob Bælum;Sharon Borglin;Romy Chakraborty;Julian L. Fortney.
Environmental Microbiology (2012)
Succession of hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria in the aftermath of the deepwater horizon oil spill in the gulf of Mexico.
Eric A Dubinsky;Mark E Conrad;Romy Chakraborty;Markus Bill.
Environmental Science & Technology (2013)
Variable carbon isotope fractionation expressed by aerobic CH4-oxidizing bacteria
Alexis S. Templeton;Kung-Hui Chu;Kung-Hui Chu;Lisa Alvarez-Cohen;Mark E. Conrad.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2006)
Stable carbon isotope fractionation during enhanced in situ bioremediation of trichloroethene
Donald L Song;Mark E Conrad;Kent S Sorenson;Lisa Alvarez-Cohen.
Environmental Science & Technology (2002)
Oxygen effects on methane production and oxidation in humid tropical forest soils
Yit Arn Teh;Yit Arn Teh;Whendee L. Silver;Mark E. Conrad.
Global Change Biology (2005)
Carbon-Isotope, Diatom, and Pollen Evidence for Late Holocene Salinity Change in a Brackish Marsh in the San Francisco Estuary
Roger Byrne;B. Lynn Ingram;Scott Starratt;Frances Malamud-Roam.
Quaternary Research (2001)
Distribution of hydrocarbons released during the 2010 MC252 oil spill in deep offshore waters
Chelsea Spier;William T. Stringfellow;William T. Stringfellow;Terry C. Hazen;Mark Conrad.
Environmental Pollution (2013)
Experimental determination of the sources of otolith carbon and associated isotopic fractionation
Christopher T Solomon;Peter K Weber;Joseph J Cech;B Lynn Ingram.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (2006)
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