Michelle Newcomer’s research focuses on analyzing the effects of climate perturbations on hydrological and biogeochemical cycling in hyporheic zones and as a function of surface water-groundwater interactions. Her current research links dynamic mechanisms of microbial transformations to larger scale effects driven by climate in the East River, Colorado, and the Russian River, California.
- Tiny Toxins: How Algal Blooms Affect Coastal Systems Through a Complex Web of Interactions
- Research Becomes Reality in Study of Fire Impact on Sonoma Water Resources
watersheds, hydrology, groundwater, harmful algal blooms