Her main research concerns Dissolved organic carbon, Environmental chemistry, Organic matter, Arctic and Photochemistry. Her research integrates issues of Soil science and River water in her study of Dissolved organic carbon. Rose M. Cory has researched Environmental chemistry in several fields, including Hydrology and Lability.
Her work carried out in the field of Organic matter brings together such families of science as Aquatic ecosystem, Biogeochemical cycle and Surface water. Within one scientific family, Rose M. Cory focuses on topics pertaining to Permafrost under Arctic, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Carbon and Water column. Rose M. Cory interconnects Redox, Tundra, Quinone and Nitrogen in the investigation of issues within Photochemistry.
Her primary scientific interests are in Dissolved organic carbon, Environmental chemistry, Arctic, Organic matter and Hydrology. Rose M. Cory combines Dissolved organic carbon and Fluorescence spectroscopy in her studies. Rose M. Cory has included themes like Carbon and Carbon cycle in her Environmental chemistry study.
In her work, Tundra and Carbon-13 NMR is strongly intertwined with Nitrogen, which is a subfield of Organic matter. Her Photochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Reactive oxygen species and Mineralization. Her Total organic carbon research incorporates elements of Absorbance and Ecosystem.
Rose M. Cory mostly deals with Environmental chemistry, Dissolved organic carbon, STREAMS, Climate change and Carbon. Rose M. Cory usually deals with Environmental chemistry and limits it to topics linked to Carbon cycle and Global warming. Her studies deal with areas such as Microbial metabolism, Arctic, Soil chemistry, Nutrient and Biogeochemistry as well as Dissolved organic carbon.
Her STREAMS study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Lability, Fractionation, Boreal and Temperate climate. Her Climate change study also includes fields such as
Her primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Photodegradation, Carbon cycle, Ozone layer and Climate change. Rose M. Cory is studying Biogeochemistry, which is a component of Environmental chemistry. Rose M. Cory integrates several fields in her works, including Photodegradation, STREAMS, Biodegradation, Dissolved organic carbon, Carbon and Oxygen.
Her research in Carbon cycle intersects with topics in Partial oxidation, Singlet oxygen, Global change, Greenhouse gas and Aquatic ecosystem. Her Ozone layer research includes elements of Global warming, Ecosystem, Biogeochemical cycle and Ozone depletion. Her Climate change research integrates issues from Montreal Protocol, Sustainability, Environmental protection and Ecosystem services.
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Fluorescence spectroscopy reveals ubiquitous presence of oxidized and reduced quinones in dissolved organic matter.
Rose M. Cory;Diane M. McKnight.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
Spatial and temporal variations in DOM composition in ecosystems: The importance of long-term monitoring of optical properties
R. Jaffé;D. McKnight;N. Maie;N. Maie;R. Cory;R. Cory.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Sunlight controls water column processing of carbon in arctic fresh waters
Rose M. Cory;Collin P. Ward;Byron C. Crump;George W. Kling.
Reviews and syntheses: Effects of permafrost thaw on Arctic aquatic ecosystems
J. E. Vonk;S. E. Tank;W. B. Bowden;I. Laurion.
Effect of instrument‐specific response on the analysis of fulvic acid fluorescence spectra
Rose M. Cory;Matthew P. Miller;Diane M. McKnight;Jennifer J. Guerard.
Limnology and Oceanography-methods (2010)
Chemical characteristics of fulvic acids from Arctic surface waters: Microbial contributions and photochemical transformations
Rose M. Cory;Rose M. Cory;Diane M. McKnight;Yu Ping Chin;Penney Miller.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Surface exposure to sunlight stimulates CO2 release from permafrost soil carbon in the Arctic
Rose M. Cory;Byron C. Crump;Jason A. Dobkowski;George W. Kling.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Biological lability of streamwater fluorescent dissolved organic matter
Rose M. Cory;Louis A. Kaplan.
Limnology and Oceanography (2012)
Probing the oxidation reduction properties of terrestrially and microbially derived dissolved organic matter
Ryan L. Fimmen;Rose M. Cory;Yu Ping Chin;Tamara D. Trouts.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2007)
Dark Formation of Hydroxyl Radical in Arctic Soil and Surface Waters
Sarah E. Page;George W. Kling;Michael Sander;Katherine H. Harrold.
Environmental Science & Technology (2013)
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