Prof. Dr. Carol Arnosti 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
December 2015 - June 2016 Fellow
September 2014 - December 2014 Fellow
May 2003 - May 2003 Fellow
December 2002 - December 2002 Fellow
September 2001 - May 2002 Fellow

Projects at HWK

  • September 2014 - June 2016: Connecting Microbial Community Composition and Carbon-Cycling Capabilities: Linking Composition and Extracellular Enzymatic Function Across Diverse Marine Environments
  • September 2001 - May 2003: 1. Biochemical, Investigations of Microbial Extracellular Enzymes and their Roles in Carbon Cycling in Marine Sediments, 2. Collaborative Studies of Organic Carbon Cycling
Carol Arnosti

Publications (8)

2017
An alternative polysaccharide uptake mechanism of marine bacteria
Publication: The ISME Journal
Volume & Pages:11, 1640–1650
2015
Contrasting patterns of peptidase activities in seawater and sediments: An example from Arctic fjords of Svalbard
Publication: Marine Chemistry
Volume & Pages:168, 151-156
2003
High Activity and Low Temperature Optima of Extracellular Enzymes in Arctic Sediments: Implications for Carbon Cycling by Heterotrophic Microbial Communities
Publication: Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume & Pages:249, 15-24
2004
Particulate Organic Matter in the Ocean: The Composition Conundrum
Publication: AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment
Volume & Pages:33 (8), 565-575
2014
Picky, hungry eaters in the cold: persistent substrate selectivity among polar pelagic microbial communities
Publication: Frontiers Microbiology
Volume & Pages:5, 527
2016
Riverine bacterial communities reveal environmental disturbance signatures within the Betaproteobacteria and Verrucomicrobia.
Publication: Frontiers in Microbiology
Volume & Pages:7, 1441
2004
Speed Bumps and Barricades in the Carbon Cycle: Substrate Structural Effects on Carbon Cycling
Publication: Marine Chemistry
Volume & Pages:92 (1-4), 263-273
2016
The Role of Dispersants in Oil Spill Remediation – Fundamental Concepts, Rationale for Use, Fate and Transport Issues
Publication: Oceanography
Volume & Pages:29 (3), 108-117