James N. Galloway
Sidman P. Poole Professor · Ph.D., University of California - San Diego, 1972.
- Office: Clark Hall 210
Sidman P. Poole Professor
My biogeochemical research includes investigations on the natural and anthropogenic controls on chemical cycles at the watershed, regional and global scales. I started first with trace metal biogeochemistry of the coastal ocean, and then expanded to investigations on the increased acidification of the atmosphere, soils and fresh waters. My current research focuses on beneficial and detrimental effects of reactive nitrogen as it cascades between the atmosphere, terrestrial ecosystems and freshwater and marine ecosystems. My most recent work examines how to maximize the use of nitrogen for beneficial purposes (i.e., food production), while minimizing its negative impacts on people and ecosystems.
Leach, AM, J. N. Galloway, A. Bleeker, J. W. Erisman, J. Kitzes. A nitrogen footprint model to help consumers understand their role in nitrogen losses to the environment. Environmental Development 1, 40-66.
Galloway, JN, AR Townsend, JW Erisman, M. Bekunda, Z. Cai, JR Freney, LA Martinelli, SP Seitzinger, MA Sutton. 2008. Transformation of the nitrogen cycle: recent trends, questions and potential solutions.Science 320, 889-892.
Gruber, N and JN Galloway. 2008. An Earth-system perspective of the global nitrogen cycle. Nature 451, 293-296.
Galloway, JN, FJ Dentener, E. Marmer, Z. Cai, YP Abrol, VK Dadhwal, AV Murugan. 2008. The environmental reach of Asia. Annual Reviews, 33: 461-481
Galloway, JN, FJ Dentener, DG Capone, EW Boyer, RW Howarth, SP Seitzinger, GP Asner, C Cleveland, P Green, E Holland, DM Karl, AF Michaels, JH Porter. A Townsend and C Vörösmarty. 2004. Nitrogen Cycles: Past, Present and Future. Biogeochemistry 70: 153-226.
Galloway, JN, JD Aber, JW Erisman, SP Seitzinger, RW Howarth, EB Cowling, BJ Cosby. 2003. The nitrogen cascade. Bioscience 53: 341-356.