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Staff Organization History BNI Sweden BNI Denmark BNI Finland Bongghi
Hong
Watershed and ecological modelling
Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Cornell University
[email protected]
Phone: +1-607-255-1502
Baltic Nest Institute Sweden Relevant info News Projects Publications I am a research associate working with the Howarth/Marino biogeochemistry group in the Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Cornell University. I have a PhD in the Field of Environmental Toxicology at Cornell University (Ecotoxicology Concentration). Recent work emphasizes development of a set of tools for calculating net anthropogenic nitrogen inputs (NANI) and its application to the US and Baltic Sea catchments.My research interests include:• Developing nutrient accounting tools• Integrated assessment linking socio-economic activities, land use change, and stream ecosystem health• Uncertainty estimation, especially Bayesian parameter estimation technique• Modeling hydrology and nutrient fluxes in forested, agricultural, and urbanized watersheds• Spatial modeling and spatial analysis
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Updated: 2015-04-17
EVENT 2016-04-18 – 2016-04-19 BNI all partner meeting 2016-04-06 – 2016-04-07 BONUS pilot workshop on scenarios 2016-04-06 – 2016-04-07 SAVE THE DATE for the BONUS pilot workshop on scenarios 2015-06-15 – 2015-06-19 Baltic Sea Science Congress NEWS 2016-04-13 BNI research key in Special Report by the European Court of Auditors on Baltic Sea Eutrophication 2016-03-31 STEVE LYON APPOINTED PROFESSOR IN HYDROLOGY 2016-03-21 Jacob Carstensen nominated for Baltic Sea Fund prize 2015-12-11 Changing seasonality of the Baltic Sea More aboutThe Nest system Staff Organization History BNI Sweden BNI Denmark BNI Finland Staff Organization History BNI Sweden BNI Denmark BNI Finland Bongghi
Hong
Watershed and ecological modelling
Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Cornell University
[email protected]
Phone: +1-607-255-1502
Baltic Nest Institute Sweden Relevant info News Projects Publications I am a research associate working with the Howarth/Marino biogeochemistry group in the Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Cornell University. I have a PhD in the Field of Environmental Toxicology at Cornell University (Ecotoxicology Concentration). Recent work emphasizes development of a set of tools for calculating net anthropogenic nitrogen inputs (NANI) and its application to the US and Baltic Sea catchments.My research interests include:• Developing nutrient accounting tools• Integrated assessment linking socio-economic activities, land use change, and stream ecosystem health• Uncertainty estimation, especially Bayesian parameter estimation technique• Modeling hydrology and nutrient fluxes in forested, agricultural, and urbanized watersheds• Spatial modeling and spatial analysis
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Updated: 2015-04-17
EVENT 2016-04-18 – 2016-04-19 BNI all partner meeting 2016-04-06 – 2016-04-07 BONUS pilot workshop on scenarios 2016-04-06 – 2016-04-07 SAVE THE DATE for the BONUS pilot workshop on scenarios 2015-06-15 – 2015-06-19 Baltic Sea Science Congress NEWS 2016-04-13 BNI research key in Special Report by the European Court of Auditors on Baltic Sea Eutrophication 2016-03-31 STEVE LYON APPOINTED PROFESSOR IN HYDROLOGY 2016-03-21 Jacob Carstensen nominated for Baltic Sea Fund prize 2015-12-11 Changing seasonality of the Baltic Sea More aboutThe Nest system
Bongghi
Hong
Watershed and ecological modelling
Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Cornell University
[email protected]
Phone: +1-607-255-1502
Baltic Nest Institute Sweden Bongghi
Hong
I am a research associate working with the Howarth/Marino biogeochemistry group in the Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Cornell University. I have a PhD in the Field of Environmental Toxicology at Cornell University (Ecotoxicology Concentration). Recent work emphasizes development of a set of tools for calculating net anthropogenic nitrogen inputs (NANI) and its application to the US and Baltic Sea catchments.My research interests include:• Developing nutrient accounting tools• Integrated assessment linking socio-economic activities, land use change, and stream ecosystem health• Uncertainty estimation, especially Bayesian parameter estimation technique• Modeling hydrology and nutrient fluxes in forested, agricultural, and urbanized watersheds• Spatial modeling and spatial analysis
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