Dr. Zhang publishes a new paper in Limnology and Oceanography. This paper explores the capacity of rivers to carry dissolved products derived from enhanced rock weathering (ERW) without CO2 re-release , rendering a full understanding of the life cycle of ERW and its associated maximum carbon dioxide revoval potential. Zhang, S., Planavsky, N. J., Katchinoff, J., Raymond, P. A., Kanzaki, Y., Reershemius, T., & Reinhard, C. T. (2022). River chemistry constraints on the carbon capture potential of surficial enhanced rock weathering. Limnology and Oceanography.
Dr. Zhang participates in the NSF-funded DeCODER project. This $3.2 million project aims to standardize how scientific data is described, allowing for search engines for scientific data that not only support discoverability but also facilitate the usage of the data. For more information: https://artsci.tamu.edu/news/2022/10/decoding-earth-science-tamu-oceanography-scientist-joins-nsf-funded-data-project.html