Book Chapters

Book Chapters from Guo Lab at UWM

  1.  O’Donnell, J. Douglas, T.A.,  Barker, A.J., and Guo, L.  Changing Biogeochemical Cycles in Arctic Rivers. In “Arctic hydrology, permafrost and ecosystem interaction” edited by Daqing Yang and Doug Kane, Chapter 5 (in press)
  2. Osburn, C., Margolin, A.R., Guo, L., Bianchi, T.S. and Hansell, D.A. 2019. Dissolved, colloidal, and particulate organic matter in the Gulf of Mexico. In “Gulf of Mexico Origin, Waters, and Biota: Volume 5, Chemical Oceanography”: T.S. Bianchi (ed.). ISBN-10: 1623497744. Texas A&M University Press, 294pp (E-book edition available at amazon).
  3. Zhou, Z., Guo, L. and Osburn, C. 2015. Fluorescence and PARAFAC techniques in the analysis of petroleum and hydrocarbons. Chapter 137, 179-200,  In “Hydrocarbon and Lipid Microbiology Protocols”, Springer Protocols Handbooks, T. McGenity, K. Timmis, and B. Nogales (eds), DOI: 10.1007/8623_2015_137, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
  4. Cai, WJ, Bates, N, Guo, L, Anderson, LG, Mathis, JT, Wanninkhof, R., Hansell, D.A., Chen, LQ. And Semiletov, I.P. 2014. Carbon fluxes across boundaries in the Pacific Sector of the Arctic Ocean in a changing environment, in “The Pacific Arctic Region: Ecosystem Status and Trends in a Rapidly Changing Environment” edited by Grebmeier, J. and Maslowski, W., Chapter 8.  Springer, DOI:10.1007/978-94-017-8863-2_8 (ISBN 978-94-017-8862-5).
  5. Guo L. Striegl, R. and Macdonald, R.W.  2013. Composition and fluxes of carbon and nutrients from the Yukon River basin in a changing environment, In “Biogeochemical Dynamics at Major River-Coastal Interfaces: Linkages with Global Climate Change” Edited by T.S. Bianchi, M.A. Allison and W.J. Cai, Chapter-20, pp. 503-529, Cambridge University Press (ISBN 9781107022577).
  6. Duan, S. Allison, M.A., Bianchi, T.S., McKee, B.A., Shiller, A. M., Guo, L. and Rosenheim, B.  2013. Sediment, Organic carbon, Nutrients, and Trace Elements:  Sources, Transport, and Biogeochemical Cycles in the Lowermost Mississippi Rive, In “Biogeochemical Dynamics at Major River-Coastal Interfaces: Linkages with Global Climate Change” Edited by T.S. Bianchi, M.A. Allison and W.J. Cai, Chapter-16, pp. 397-420, Cambridge University Press (ISBN 9781107022577).
  7. Guo, L. and M.-Y. Sun. 2009. Isotope composition of organic matter in seawater.  In: “Practical Guidelines for the Analysis of Seawater“, O. Wurl, editor, Chapter 6, p97-123, CRC Press-Taylor and Francis Group, LLC, doi: 10.1201/9781420073072.ch6.
  8. Guo, L. and Santschi, P.H. 2007.  Ultrafiltration and its applications to sampling and characterization of aquatic colloids. In “Environmental Colloids and Particles,” Wilkinson, K. and Lead, J. (Eds), Chapter 4, p159-221, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) Series on Analytical and Physical Chemistry of Environmental Systems, John Wiley, DOI: 10.1002/9780470024539 (online pdf).
  9. Santschi, P. H., Guo, L., Means, J. C., and Ravichandran, M. 1999. Natural organic matter binding of trace metals and trace organic contaminants in estuaries. In: T. S. Bianchi et al. (Editors), “Biogeochemistry of Gulf of Mexico estuaries”, Wiley, New York, pp.347-380.
  10. Guo, L., Santschi, P. H. and Bianchi, T. S., 1999. Dissolved organic matter in estuaries of the Gulf of Mexico. In: T. S. Bianchi et al. (Editors), “Biogeochemistry of Gulf of Mexico estuaries”, Wiley, New York, pp. 269-299.

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