The Neuer lab team includes undergraduate, graduate students and post-docs studying the link between plankton diversity, trophic dynamics and the biological carbon pump in the modern and ancient oceans.
This year, the ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting was held in the beautiful city of Honolulu in Hawai’i! PI Dr. Susanne Neuer gave a very insightful and well-received talk on sediment trap material composition, as well as the relative contribution of marine... read more
Check out the new research article by Wei Deng and Bianca Cruz on the production of TEP by marine Synechococcus strain WH8102 under N- and P- limited conditions — published in the journal Aquatic Microbial Ecology. Find it here. The article was also featured on... read more
The Neuer Lab headed to New Orleans, LA to present their latest findings at the 2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting. Bianca Cruz presented a poster on the aggregation and sinking of Synechococcus under nutrient limitation and clay addition; Megan Wolverton presented on the... read more