Silliman Joins Wetland Center
DUWC Will Expand Activities
The Stream and Wetland Assessment Management Park (SWAMP) is a restoration and research project of the Duke University Wetland Center.
A bibliography of DUWC research, including journal articles, books & book chapters, and selected reports
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DUWC News Headlines
- Low-severity fire as a mechanism of organic matter protection in global peatlandsAn article by four Duke University Wetland Center scientists looks at how low-intensity wildfire slows the decomposition of organic matter in peatlands. The research, published in the journal Global Change Biology, indicates that low-severity fire is a factor that should be considered when studying carbon cycling and carbon budgets in peatlands. Lead author Neal Flanagan […]
- Silliman Joins Wetland CenterBrian Silliman, the Rachel Carson Professor of Marine Conservation Biology in NSOE’s Marine Science and Conservation Division, has been appointed the Associate Director of the Duke University Wetland Center effective July 1, 2020. His teaching and research are focused on community ecology, conservation and restoration, global change, plant–animal interactions, and evolution and ecological consequences of […]
- Reliable Wetland Water TreatmentPhosphorous removal improvements and cost reductions leveraging cationic polymers and anionic polyacrylamides in chemically enhanced treatment wetland systems.