Ashley Coble

Post-doctoral research University of New Hampshire (2015-2017)
Ph.D. Michigan Technological University, 2015
M.S. Northern Arizona University, 2010
B.A. Mount Holyoke College, 2005
Research Focus at UNH:
1) How may concentration-discharge relationships and long-term trends of solute concentrations be altered by hydrological extremes in a suburbanizing watershed?
2) How does DOM composition vary over space and time in a river network?
3) Does the pulse of snowmelt (NO3 and FDOM) vary across a N gradient using high frequency sensors?
Current Position & Contact Information:
Research interests: Research to understand the environmental effects of forestry activities on watersheds (including water quality and quantity).
Forest Watershed Scientist
National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc. (NCASI)
227 NW Third Street
Corvallis, OR 97330
(541)752-8801 ext 303

Selected publications:

Coble AA, Marcarelli AM, Kane ES, Huckins CJ.  2016. Uptake of ammonium and soluble reactive   phosphorus in forested streams: influence of dissolved organic matter   composition.  Biogeochemistry, 131, 355-372,  doi: 10.1007/s10533-016-0284-7

Wymore, A, Coble, AA, Rodriguez-Cordona, B, McDowell, WH.  2016.  Nitrate uptake across biomes   and the influence of elemental stoichiometry: A new look at LINX II.  Global Biogeochemical   Cycles, 30, 1183-1191, doi: 10.1002/2016GB005468

Coble AA, Marcarelli AM, Kane ES, Stottlemyer R, Toczydlowski, D.  2016.  Seasonality, export, and  biodegradability of dissolved organic carbon in Lake Superior tributaries, Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences, 121, doi:10.1002/2015JG003218.

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