Drs. Cherry and Mortazavi both presented aspects of their collaborative research comparing ecosystem functions in natural and constructed wetlands at this week's Alabama Water Resources Conference. Mortazavi presented on the the recovery of nitrogen removal capacity in two constructed marshes along the Fowl River in Alabama, while Cherry presented on the recovery of carbon storage capacity in those same wetlands. Theses studies were carried out by a team of graduate students and postdocs in the Cherry and Mortazavi labs as part of the ongoing CRIMSON project.
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