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Chuck Hopkinson, Professor

Chuck Hopkinson

Research Emphasis:

Biogeochemistry and ecology of watersheds, wetlands, estuaries and continental shelves; ecosystem metabolism: stoichiometry and coupling of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus and oxygen cycles; microbial ecology; land use change and land-water / land-sea coupling; global ecology; systems ecology modeling; ecology of coupled human and natural systems

GCE Committees:

GCE Flux Tower Committee

Contact Information:

Primary Organization:  University of Georgia

Mailing Address:

Dr. Charles S. Hopkinson
229 Marine Sciences Bldg.
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602-3636
United States

Office Phone:  (706) 542-1855

Other Phone:  (706) 542-6009

FAX Number:  (706) 542-5888

E-Mail:  chopkins@uga.edu

Web Page:  https://www.marsci.uga.edu/directory/people/charles-hopkinson

Other Identity Systems:

ORCID:  orcid.org/0000-0002-7331-8322

GCE Data Sets:

CHM-GCET-1605a (Anchor sampling of inorganic carbon (DIC) and dissolved oxygen (DO) at the flux tower tidal creek in the Duplin River)

CHM-GCET-1605 (Survey of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) and dissolved oxygen (DO) along the Duplin River in 2014)

GCE Publications and Presentations: (custom bibliography)

Journal Articles

Spivak, A.C., Sanderman, J., Bowen, J.L., Canuel, E.A. and Hopkinson, C.S. 2019. Global-change controls on soil-carbon accumulation and loss in coastal vegetated ecosystems. Nature Geoscience. 12:685692. (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41561-019-0435-2)

Li, S., Hopkinson, C.S., Schubauer-Berigan, J.P. and Pennings, S.C. 2018. Climate drivers of Zizaniopsis miliacea biomass in a Georgia, U.S.A. tidal fresh marsh. Limnology and Oceanography. 63:2266-2276. (DOI: 10.1002/lno.10937)

Wang, S., Di Iorio, D., Cai, W.-J. and Hopkinson, C.S. 2018. Inorganic carbon and oxygen dynamics in a marsh-dominated estuary. Limnology and Oceanography. 63(1):47-71. (DOI: 10.1002/lno.10614)

Bauer, J., Cai, W.-J., Raymond, P., Bianchi, T.S., Hopkinson, C.S. and Regnier, P.A.G. 2013. The changing carbon cycle of the coastal ocean. Nature. 504:61-70. (DOI: 10.1038/nature12857)

Hopkinson, C.S., Cai, W.-J. and Hu, X. 2012. Carbon sequestration in wetland dominated coastal systems aglobal sink of rapidly diminishing magnitude. Current Opinions in Environmental Sustainability. 4:186 - 194. (DOI: 10.1016/j.cosust.2012.03.005)

Hopkinson, C.S., Lugo, A., Alber, M., Covich, A. and Van Bloem, S.J. 2008. Understanding and forecasting the effects of sea level rise and intense windstorms on coastal and upland ecosystems: the need for a continental-scale network of observatories. Frontiers in Ecology. 6(5):255-263. (DOI: 10.1890/070153)

Books and Book Sections

Pennings, S.C., Alber, M., Alexander, C.R. Jr., Booth, M.G., Burd, A.B., Cai, W.-J., Craft, C.B., DePratter, C., Di Iorio, D., Hollibaugh, J.T., Hopkinson, C.S., Joye, S.B., Meile, C., Moore, W.S., Silliman, B.R., Thompson, V.D. and Wares, J.P. 2012. South Atlantic Tidal Wetlands. Pages 45-61 in: Batzer, D.P. and Baldwin, A. (editors). Wetland Habitats of North America: Ecology and Conservation Concerns. University of California Press, Berkeley, California.

Conference Posters and Presentations

Meile, C., Schalles, J.F., Peterson, R.N., O'Donnell, J., Bice, K., Medeiros, P.M., Di Iorio, D., Hopkinson, C.S., Joye, S.B., Stegen, J., Goldman, A., Thomle, J. and Danczak, R. 2019. Presentation: Flow and short- and long-term carbon dynamics at tidally impacted coastal interfaces in the SE USA. Goldschmidt Conference, August 18-23, 2019, Barcelona.


This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grants OCE-9982133, OCE-0620959, OCE-1237140 and OCE-1832178. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.