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Brian Lutz

Assistant Professor

Biogeochemistry, energy extraction and the environment, ecosystem ecology, carbon and nutrient cycling.

 

Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities

Lutz, B.D., A.N. Lewis, and M.W. Doyle. Generation, Transport and Fate of Wastewater Associated with Marcellus Shale Gas Development. WRR DOI: 10.1002/wrcr.20096

Bernhardt, E.S., B.D. Lutz, R. King C.A. Carter, J. Fay, W.H. Schlesinger, M.A. Palmer, J. Amos, D. Campagna, A. Helton and R. Bier. 2011.  How many mountains can we mine?  Ecological thresholds for freshwater ecosystems of the Central Appalachians. ES&T 46(15): 8115-8122.

Patterson, L.A, B.D. Lutz, and M.W. Doyle.  Streamflow Changes in the South Atlantic, USA during the Mid and Late 20th Century.  JAWRA. 48 (6): 1126-1138

Lutz, B.D., P.J.Mulholland, and E.S.Bernhardt. Long-term Biogeochemistry of a Forested Stream: Walker Branch, Tennessee. Ecological Monographs 82(3): 367-387

Lutz, B.D., E.S. Bernhardt, B.J. Roberts, R.M Cory, and P.J. Mulholland. 2012. Distinguishing dynamics of dissolved organic matter components in a forested stream using kinetic enrichments. Limnology and Oceanography. 57(1): 76-89.

Lutz, B.D., E.S. Bernhardt, B.J. Roberts, and P.J. Mulholland. 2011. Examining the coupling of carbon and nitrogen cycles in Appalachian streams: the role of dissolved organic nitrogen. Ecology. 92 (3): 720-732.

Lutz, B. D., G. Wiles, T. Lowell, and J. Michaels.  2007. The 8.2-ka abrupt climate change event in Brown’s Lake, northeast Ohio. Quaternary Research 67(2): 292-296.

Brian Lutz
OFFICE
Department of Biological Sciences
Center for Ecology and Natural Resources Sustainability
PO Box 5190
CONTACT INFO
Phone: 330-672-9394
blutz6@kent.edu