Jon Duncan, Post Doctoral Associate

« Please Note: Jon Duncan is no longer active on the CWT-LTER Project so contact information may not be accurate (see the CWT Personnel page for an up-to-date list of participants) »

Research Emphasis:

Ecohydrologic analysis and simulation of distributed carbon, water and nitrogen cycling, forest growth, spatialpatterns of canopy LAI and root depth and strength. Intercomparison of NYC Watershed with CWT. Development of ecosystem restoration priorities for NC.

Contact Information:

Primary Organization:  UNC Chapel Hill


CWT Publications and Presentations: (custom bibliography)

Journal Articles

Band, L. E., McDonnell, J. J., Duncan, J. M., Barros, A., Bejan, A., Burt, T., Dietrich, W. E., Emanuel, R. E., Hwang, T., Katul, G., Kim, Y., McGlynn, B., Miles, B., Porporato, A., Scaife, C. and Troch, P. A. (2014), Ecohydrological flow networks in the subsurface. Ecohydrol., 7: 1073–1078. doi:10.1002/eco.1525

Bain, D. J, Green, M. B, Campbell, J. L, Chamblee, J.F., Chaoka, S., Fraterrigo, J.M., Kaushal, S. S, Martin, S. L, Jordan, T. E, Parolari, A. J, Sobczak, W. V, Weller, D. E, Wolheim, W. W, Boose, E. R, Duncan, J., Gettel, G. M, Hall, B. R, Kumar, P., Thompson, J. R, Vose, J.M., Elliott, E. M and Leigh, D.S. 2012. Legacy Effects in Material Flux: Structural Catchment Changes Predate Long-Term Studies. Bioscience. 62(6):575-584.

Conference Proceedings (Published Papers and Abstracts)

LE Band, L Lin, J Duncan, 2017. Integrating terrestrial through aquatic processing of water, carbon and nitrogen over hot, cold and lukewarm moments in mixed land use catchments. Invited talk, H21R-01, AGU Fall Meetings, New Orleans

Conference Posters and Presentations

Band, L.E., Hwang, T., Duncan, J.M., Tague, C., 2010. "Coupled ecosystem-geomorphic controls on the generation and transport of nitrogen through watersheds." American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2010