CU-Boulder and INSTAAR, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies
PhD , Stanford University, 2009
My academic interests focus on examining the movement of carbon, nutrients, and water in terrestrial ecosystems, with emphasis on how they are changed by human activities and how those changes may affect human welfare. Most of my research has focused on understanding mechanisms and patterns of nutrient cycling at plot to regional scales, and working with local land managers to explore sustainable water and nutrient management practices. This foundation has informed my involvement in new collaborative projects that use network data resources and Earth system modeling frameworks to predict belowground processes at continental scales.
Critical zone properties control the fate of nitrogen during experimental rainfall in montane forests of the Colorado Front Range. Hinckley, E. S., Ebel, B. A., Barnes, R. T., Murphy, S. F., Anderson, S. P. (2017): Biogeochemistry (2017) 132: 213. doi:10.1007/s10533-017-0299-8
Variation in critical zone processes and architecture across slope aspects, . Anderson, SP, Hinckley, E-L, Kelly, P, Langston, A (2014): Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 10: 28-33
Aspect control of water movement on hillslopes near the rain-snow transition of the Colorado Front Range, USA . Hinckley, E-L S., Ebel, B.A., Barnes, R.T., Anderson, R.S., Williams, M.W. and Anderson. S.P. (2014): Hydrological processes 28: 74-85
Nitrogen retention and transport differ by hillslope aspect at the rain-snow transition of the Colorado Front Range. Hinckley, E.-L., Barnes, R.T., Anderson, S.P., Williams, M.W., and Bernasconi, S. (2014): Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences 119(7): 1281-1296
Exploring weathering and regolith transport controls on critical zone development with models and natural experiments. Anderson, S.P., Anderson, R.S., Hinckley, E.S., Kelly, P., and Blum, A.E. (2011): Applied Geochemistry 26(S1): S3-S5
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