Hendricks, Susan P
Senior Research Scientist
Department of Biological Sciences
Murray State University
United States of America
She study subsurface hydrology, biogeochemical transformations of nutrients (carbon, phosphorus and nitrogen), and microbial ecology of hyporheic/hypolentic zones of stream and lake ecosystems.
Aquatic Biogeochemistry and Nutrient Cycling Microbial and algal ecology Groundwater-Surface Water Interactions: Effects on Aquatic Microflora community structure and function
Anderson, T., J. Walter, T. Levine, S. Hendricks, K. Johnston, D. White, and D. Reuman. In Review. The use of geography to infer the importance of dispersal for the synchrony of freshwater plankton. OIKOS.
Rusak, J. etal. 2017. Wind and trophic status explain within- and among-lake variability of algal biomass. In Review. Limnology and Oceanography.
Anderson, T., L. Sheppard, J. Walter, S. Hendricks, T. Levine, D. White, and D. Reuman. In review. The dependence of synchrony on timescale and geography in freshwater plankton. Limnology and Oceanography.