Details for: Caroline Masiello
Caroline Masiello (Rice University)
Carrie Masiello is a professor of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences at Rice University in Houston, Texas, where she is also jointly appointed in the departments of Biosciences and Chemistry. She is a biogeochemist and geobiologist whose team builds new tools to study carbon and nitrogen cycling in the Earth system. Her group’s research has involved the development of carbon oxidation state and ecosystem oxidative ratio as a new pair of Earth system tracers, and more recently the applications of synthetic biology to biogeochemical questions. A long-term research focus has been the biogeochemical effects of fire, including the fate of charcoal in the environment.Note: abstracts are only listed if one of the following email addresses was provided when the abstract was submitted: firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, try an advanced search.
(2019) New Synthetic Biology Tools to Track Microbial Processes in Soils and Sediments
Masiello C, Silberg J, Stadler L, Fulk E, Del Valle I, Gao X, Shis D & Bennett G
This presentation is the 2019 Paul Gast Lecture.
(2018) New Synthetic Biology Tools to Scale up Microbial Processes in Soils and Sediments
Masiello C, Silberg J, Cheng S, Del Valle I, Fulk E, Gao X & Bennett G
(2018) Energy-Stability Relationships in Soil Organic Matter: Implications for Agriculture
Hockaday W, Valdez Z, Masiello C & Robertson P
(2016) Density Changes of Black Carbon Particles and Effects on Particle Movement and Storage
Pyle L, Masiello C & Clark K
(2014) Molecular (Proxy) Estimates of Changes in Soil Organic Matter Stability with Changes in Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations
Hockaday W, Gallagher M, Masiello C, Polley W, Iversen C & Norby R
(2012) Marine Terrace Soils along the West Coast of North America: A Weathering Archive?
Schulz M, Lawrence C, Stonestrom D, Bullen T, Harden J, White A, Fitzpatrick J & Masiello C
(2010) Elevated Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Alters Soil Biochemical Stocks
Hockaday W, Gallagher M, Masiello C, Baldock J, Iversen C & Norby R
(2007) Organic Carbon Oxidation State: A New Proxy for the Earth's C and O Cycles
Masiello C, Hockaday W & Gallagher M
MedalGoldschmidt2019: 2019 Paul Gast Lecture