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Dr Imke Grefe

International Lecturer (BJTU)

Imke Grefe

LEC Building



Current Teaching

  • Aquatic Biogeochemistry, third year undergraduate module, LUC@BJTU
  • Catchment Hydrology, third year undergraduate module, LUC@BJTU
  • Hydrology: Water in the Environment, second year undergraduate module, LUC@BJTU

Research Interests

Imke is an aquatic biogeochemist with a research focus on microbially mediated nutrient cycling in freshwaters and the ocean.

Imke's current research is on the impact of hydrological connectivity on biogeochemical nutrient cycling in streams and lakes. This work uses stable isotope signatures to identify sources and the fate of nitrogen in the equatic environment.

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