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Matthew P. Hoch


Biology
Lamar University
United States of America

Biography

Dr. Matthew P. Hoch is currently working as a Associate Professor in the Department of Biology, Lamar University, USA. His research interests includes The ecology of aquatic microbial communities; specifically sulfate reducing prokaryotes in salt marsh sediments, bacterioplankton in Lake Sabine Estuary, and finfish microbiomes. He /she is serving as an editorial member and reviewer of several international reputed journals. Dr. Matthew P. Hoch is the member of many international affiliations. He/ She has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities. He /she has authored of many research articles/books related to The ecology of aquatic microbial communities; specifically sulfate reducing prokaryotes in salt marsh sediments, bacterioplankton in Lake Sabine Estuary, and finfish microbiomes.

Research Interest

The ecology of aquatic microbial communities; specifically sulfate reducing prokaryotes in salt marsh sediments, bacterioplankton in Lake Sabine Estuary, and finfish microbiomes

Publications

  • Hoch MP, Bronk DA. Bacterioplankton nutrient metabolism in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific. Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology. 2007 Oct 19;349(2):390-404.

  • Hoch MP, Dillon KS, Coffin RB, Cifuentes LA. Sensitivity of bacterioplankton nitrogen metabolism to eutrophication in sub-tropical coastal waters of Key West, Florida. Marine pollution bulletin. 2008 May 31;56(5):913-26.

  • Hoch MP. Enzymatic Assessment of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Bioavailability to Stream Periphyton Communities at Different Velocity Regimes. Journal of Freshwater Ecology. 2008 Jun 1;23(2):245-62.

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