Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Bioresources Engineering, Watershed Hydrochemistry Group, University of Delaware
Univ. Delaware - University of Delaware
M.S., Environmental Soil Physics, North Carolina State University, 2010
I am primarily interested in fluvial geomorphology, specifically on river response to anthropogenic alterations.
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Dissolved organic matter sorption to soil minerals: Role of DOM composition, microorganisms, and redox conditions. Pan, Weinan (2015): University of Delaware Ph.D. dissertation
Biogeochemical transformation of Fe- and Mn- along a redox gradient: Implications for carbon sequestration within the Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory. Olesya Lazareva, Donald L. Sparks, Anthony Aufdenkampe, Jinjun Kan, Steven Hicks, Joshua LeMonte, Weinan Pan, Chunmei Chen (2012): 243rd ACS National Meeting and Exposition, San Diego, California, March 25 - 29.
Biogeochemical Dynamics of Aqueous Fe and Mn in Soil Pore-Waters and Stream with Respect to Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) Quantity and Quality. Olesya Lazareva, Sparks, D.L., Pan, W., Kan, J., Aufdenkampe, A. (2012): Goldschmidt Conference, Montreal, Canada, June 24-29.