University of New Hampshire
39 College Road
Durham, NH 03824
Linda Kalnejais Assistant Professor of Oceanography University of New Hampshire
Primary COSEE Affiliation:Ocean Systems
Interaction with COSEE Network:
Participating scientist in the COSEE-OS Fall 2010 ROLE Model Webinar Series: The Role of Estuaries in Ecosystem Health (November 2010) and at the COSEE-OS Educator-Scientist Concept Mapping Workshop at the New England Center, University of New Hampshire (March 2009)
Background with Respect to Ocean Sciences Education:
Ph.D. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; B.E. in Environmental Engineering, University of Western Australia; B.Sc. in Chemistry, University of Western Australia
Kalnejais, L.H Martin, W.R., and Bothner, M.H. The Mechanisms of Nutrient and Trace Metal Release during Resuspension Events. Submitted to Marine Chemistry
Morford, J.L., Kalnejais, L.H., Helman, P., Yen, G., Reinad, M. 2008. Geochemical cycling of silver across a continental margin oxygen minimum zone. Marine Chemistry, 1-2, 77-88
Kalnejais, L.H., Martin, W.R., Signell R.S. and Bothner, M.H. 2007. The Role of Sediment Resuspension in the Remobilization of Particulate-Phase Metals from Coastal Sediments. Environmental Science and Technology, 41, 2282-2288.
Morford, J.L., Martin, W.R., Kalnejais, L.H., Francois, R., Bothner, M.K., Karle, I-M. 2007. Insights on Geochemical Cycling of U, Re and Mo from Seasonal Sampling in Boston Harbor, Massachusetts, U.S.A. , Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta , 71, 895-917.
Martin, W.R and Kalnejais, L.H. 2006. Cycling of Ag, Cu, and Pb in the Coastal Sediments of Boston Harbor and Massachusetts Bay, in Bothner, M.H and Butman, B. (Eds), Processes Influencing the Transport and Fate of Contaminated Sediments in the Coastal Ocean - Boston Harbor and Massachusetts Bay. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2005-1250.