The biogeochemistry of ferruginous lakes and past ferruginous oceans Abstract Anoxic and iron-rich (ferruginous) conditions prevailed in the ocean under the low-oxygen atmosphere that occurred through most of the Archean Eon. While euxinic conditions (i.e. anoxic and hydrogen sulfide-rich waters) became more common in the Proterozoic, ferruginous conditions persisted in deep waters. Ferruginous ocean regions … Continue reading Swanner published in Earth-Science Reviews
Zhijun Wu, professor in the Department of Mathematics, has published a paper on PLOS ONE, “Why multilingual, and how to keep it – an evolutionary dynamics perspective.” PLOS ONE is an inclusive journal community working together to advance science for the benefit of society, now and in the future.
English and Speech Department faculty member, Rachel Mans McKenny’s debut novel “The Butterfly Effect,” will be published on December 8th. Her book will be distributed by Penguin Random House. Set partially in Ames, the novel follows an ISU Ph.D. entomology student.
David A.M. Peterson, professor in the Department of Political Science and the Lucken Professor of Political Science, together with Maxwell B. Allamong, published an article in Political Psychology The article is tiled, “Screw Those Guys: Polarization, Empathy, and Attitudes About Out‐Partisans.” Political Psychology, the journal of the International Society of Political Psychology, is dedicated to … Continue reading David A.M. Peterson publishes article in Political Psychology