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- B.A., Boston University
- M.S., SUNY, Stony Brook
- Ph.D., University of Maryland
- Isotope geochemistry of marine organic matter
- Marine biogeochemistry
- Role of bacteria in elemental cycles and food webs
- Radiocarbon studies of dissolved and particulate organic carbon in the deep open ocean.
- Transport of dissolved and particulate organic matter to the Atlantic and Pacific oceans by rivers and estuaries.
- Assessing the role of heterotrophic bacteria in controlling organic matter turnover.
- Transformation rates and fate of dissolved, colloidal and particulate organic carbon in ocean margins.
- Bauer, J.E., E.R.M. Druffel, D.M. Wolgast and S. Griffin. 2002. Temporal and spatial variability in sources and cycling of DOC and POC in the northwest Atlantic continental margin. Deep-Sea Research-II 49: 4,387-4,419.
- Bauer, J.E. Carbon isotopic composition of DOM. 2002. In: D.A. Hansell and C.A. Carlson, Eds., “Biogeochemistry of Marine Dissolved Organic Matter”, Elsevier Science Publishers, pp. 405-453.
- Raymond, P.A. and J.E. Bauer. 2001. Riverine export of aged terrestrial organic matter to the North Atlantic Ocean. Nature 409: 497-500.
- Bauer, J.E., E.R.M. Druffel, D.M. Wolgast and S. Griffin. 2001. Cycling of dissolved and particulate organic radiocarbon in the northwest Atlantic continental margin. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 15(3): 615-636.
- Raymond, P.A. and J.E. Bauer. 2001. DOC cycling in a temperate estuary: a mass balance approach using natural 14C and 13C. Limnology and Oceanography 46:655-667.
- Leigh McCallister, Ph.D. degree awarded Fall 2002
- Ai Ning Loh, Ph.D. degree awarded Fall 2002
- Carol Pollard, M.S. degree awarded Fall 2002
- Peter Raymond, Ph.D. degree awarded Summer 1999
- Megan Bohlen, M.S. degree awarded Summer 1999
- Ai Ning Loh, M.S. degree awarded Summer 1998
- Jennifer Cherrier, Ph.D. degree awarded Spring 1997 (Florida State University)
- Gary Schultz, M.S degree awarded Fall 1994 (Florida State University)
- Padma Venkatraman, Ph.D.degree awarded Summer 2000
- Fundamentals of Marine Science (graduate)
- Advanced Principles of Chemical Oceanography (graduate)
- Marine Organic Geochemistry (graduate)
- Introduction to Oceanography (undergraduate)
- Biogeochemistry Seminar (graduate)
- Special Topics (graduate)
- Marine Microbial Ecology (graduate)
- Biogeochemistry of Marine Food Webs (graduate)
- 1999. Distinguished Visiting Marine Scientist, University of Georgia, Department of Marine Science, Athens, GA.
- 1998. Best Paper in Geochemistry. The Geochemical Society, American Chemical Society (for: Eglinton, Benitez-Nelson, McNichol, Bauer and Druffel. 1997. Variability in radiocarbon ages of individual organic compounds from marine sediments. Science 277: 796-799).
- 1997. Alumni Fellowship Award, for excellence in teaching. Society of the Alumni, College of Wm. & Mary.
- 1988. NASA Planetary Biology Fellowship, NASA-Ames Research Center, Mtn. View, CA.
- 1987-89. CBL Fellowship, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, University of Maryland.
- 1985. Kenneth P. Stoudte Award, for best dissertation in environmental sciences. State University of New York, Stony Brook.
- American Chemical Society
- American Geophysical Union
- American Society of Limnology and Oceanography
- American Society of Microbiology
- 2003-present. Associate Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans
- 2001-2002. Guest Editor, “Carbon Cycling and Biogeochemistry in the Northwest Atlantic Shelf and Slope: Results of the Ocean Margins Program”, Deep-Sea Research-II, Volume 49
- Oceanographic Cruises - Chief Scientist, co-Chief Scientist, or participant on 22 major oceanographic research cruises.
- Public Outreach – present frequent (~2 per year) public lectures as part of the VIMS Mini-School of Marine Science in various local communities.
- 2001. Co-Chair, ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting Special Session, “Carbon Cycling in Margins of Ocean and Large Lake Basins”, Albuquerque.
- 2000-2001. Guest Co-Editor, Deep-Sea Research II special volume “The Ocean Margins Program – Carbon Cycling in the Northwest Atlantic Continental Shelf and Slope”.
2000-present. Member, Steering Committee, River-Dominated Ocean Margins (RiOMar) Program, NSF.
- 2000-present. Associate Editor, Marine Chemistry.
- 1999-2000. Member, Organizing Committee, Ocean Sciences 2000 Meeting, San Antonio.