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Bronwen Wang

Title: Research Geologist
Address: 4210 University Dr., Anchorage, AK 99508-4626
Phone: (907) 786-7110
Fax: (907) 786-7401
Email: bwang@usgs.gov


Education and/or Training

Ph.D.1991University of California at DavisEnvironmental Chemistry
M.S.1988San Diego State UniversityChemistry
B.S.1983University of California at DavisChemistry

Areas of Specialization and/or Research Interests

Biogeochemistry, trace element cycling , weathering

Professional Experience

2000 - PresentResearch Geologist, USGS Alaska Science Center
1995 - 2000Water Quality Specialist, USGS Alaska District office
1991 - 1994Hydrologist, USGS California District office, Sacramento, CA

Professional Activities and/or Memberships

Associate editor, Applied Geochemistry
Member, International Association of Geochemistry
Member, Geological Society of America

Publications

Total pubs: 6

Walker, L. R., D. S. Sikes, A. R. DeGange, S. C. Jewett, G. Michaelson, S. L. Talbot, S. S. Talbot, B. Wang, and J. C. Williams. 2014. Biological legacies: direct early ecosystem recovery and food web reorganization after a volcanic eruption in Alaska. Ecoscience 20(3):240-251. doi:10.2980/20-3-3603 [Details] [Full Publication]

Gough, L. P., J. G. Crock, B. Wang, W. C. Day, D. D. Eberl, R. F. Sanzolone, and P. J. Lamothe. 2008. Substrate geochemistry and soil development in boreal forest and tundra ecosystems in the Yukon-Tanana upland and Seward Peninsula, Alaska. USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2008-5010, 18 p. [Details] [Full Publication]

Wang, B., R. R. Seal, S. J. Taggart, J. E. Mondragon, A. G. Andrews, J. K. Nielsen, J. G. Crock, and G. A. Wandless. 2007. Geochemical signatures as natural fingerprints to aid in determining Tanner crab movement in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska. Pages 97-101 in J. F. Piatt and S. M. Gende, (eds.). Proceedings of the Fourth Glacier Bay Science Symposium. USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2007-5047, 246 p. [Details] [Full Publication]

Wang, B., R. B. Wanty, and J. Vohden. 2005. Geochemistry of surface-waters in mineralized and non-mineralized areas of the Yukon-Tanana uplands. Proceedings: World Water Congress, May 2004. Anchorage, AK [Details]

Wang, B., R. B. Wanty, and J. Vohden. 2004. Geochemical processes and geochemical framework influencing surface-water and sediment chemistry in the Fortymile River watershed, east-central Alaska. In Gough, L. P., (ed.). Selected geochemical and biogeochemical studies of the Fortymile River watershed, Alaska. USGS Professional Paper 1685:3-19. [Details] [Full Publication]

Brabets, T. P., B. Wang, and R. H. Meade. 1999. Environmental and Hydrologic Overview of the Yukon River Basin, Alaska and Canada. USGS Water-Resources Investigation Report 99-4204. [Details] [Full Publication]

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