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Professor
Campus: 
Skidaway
Office Phone:  (912) 598-2361
Research Area: 

Education:

B.S. Humboldt State University, Chemistry, cum laude, 1988
B.S. Humboldt State University, Oceanography, magna cum laude, 1988
M.Sc. University of Washington, Oceanography, 1994
Ph.D. University of Washington, Oceanography [Chemistry], 1996

Research Interests:

Use of Stable isotopes to determine sources and diagenesis of organic compounds and nutrients in ecosystems. Development of high resolution X-ray spectromicroscopic techniques for examining nutrient cycling and sequestration and organic matter diagenesis.

Jay Brandes's Selected Publications

Powers LC, Brandes JA, Miller WL, Stubbins A.  2016.  Using liquid chromatography-isotope ratio mass spectrometry to measure the d13C of dissolved inorganic carbon photochemically produced from dissolved organic carbon. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. 15:103–115.
Chambers LR, Ingall ED, Saad EM, Longo AF, Takeuchi M, Tang Y, Benitez-Nelson C, Haley ST, Dyhrman ST, Brandes J et al..  2016.  Enhanced Dissolved Organic Matter Recovery from Saltwater Samples with Electrodialysis. Aquatic Geochemistry.