OCEAN   NITROGEN

BIOGEOCHEMISTRY

The Granger Lab studies nitrogen cycling in the marine environment to understand how natural and pollutant sources of nitrogen influence near shore water quality and open ocean fertility. We strive to uncover how the combined activities of diverse microbes in the ocean contribute to the production, cycling, and loss of reactive N from marine ecosystems.

Current Research Includes:

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Our work thus reflects the different scales of nitrogen biogeochemistry,

from biochemical to global.

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CONTACT US

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UCONN Department of Marine Sciences​

1080 Shennecossett Road, 

Groton, Connecticut. 06340

julie.granger@uconn.edu

Tel: 860-405-9094

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Our lab in Marine Sciences is located on the seaside campus at Avery Point in Groton, CT.

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