Ashley A. Coble

Postdoctoral Researcher
181 James Hall 

Ashley Coble

Education

Ph.D.  Michigan Technological University, 2015

M.S.    Northern Arizona University, 2010

B.A.     Mount Holyoke College, 2005

 

My current research projects are driven by the following research questions:

 

How may concentration-discharge relationships and long-term trends of solute concentrations be altered by hydrological extremes in a suburbanizing watershed?

 

How does DOM composition vary over space and time in a river network?

 

Does the pulse of snowmelt (NO3 and FDOM) vary across a N gradient using high frequency sensors?

 

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Coble AA, Marcarelli AM, Kane ES.  2015.  Ammonium and glucose amendments stimulate dissolved organic matter mineralization in a Lake Superior tributary.  Journal of Great Lakes Research, 41(3), doi:10.1016/j.jglr.2015.05.015

Coble AA, Hart SC, Ketterer ME, Newman GS, Kowler AL. 2015.  Strontium source and depth of uptake shifts with substrate age in semiarid ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences, 119, doi:10.1002/2015JG002992
Berry KH, Coble AA, Yee JL, Mack JS, Perry WM, Anderson KM, Brown MB.  2014.  Distance to human populations influences epidemiology respiratory disease in desert tortoises. Journal of Wildlife Management 79(1): 122-136, doi: 10.1002/jwmg.816
Berry KH, Yee JL, Coble AA, Perry WM, Shields T.  2013.  Multiple factors affect a population of Agassiz’s desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii) in the northwestern Mojave Desert. Herpetological Monographs 27: 87-109.
Coble AA, Hart SC. 2013. The significance of atmospheric nutrient inputs and canopy interception of precipitation during ecosystem development in piñon-juniper woodlands of the southwestern USA. Journal of Arid Environments 98: 79-87, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jaridenv.2013.08.002
Brodeur RD, Peterson WT, Auth TD, Soulen HL, Parnel MM, and Emerson AA. 2008. Abundance and diversity of coastal fish larvae as indicators of recent changes in ocean and climate conditions in the Oregon upwelling zone.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 366:187-202.