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Allison Enright

Assistant Professor

PhD

Earth Sciences

Forestry/Geology 308

Fredericton

allison.enright@unb.ca
1 506 447 3189



Research interests

My research centres on developing tools for studying environmental systems in situ, especially passive sensor-based approaches. Techniques combine geophysical and electrochemical methods with time series analysis and multivariate statistics. Focus on energy transduction and biogeochemical sycling of metals, carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur. Applications include astrobiology and life detection, agricultural and environmental monitoring, and environmental remediation.

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Professional associations

  • The Geobiology Society Membership Manager
  • EarthArXiv Advisory Board Member and Moderator
  • NASA Grant Panelist and External Reviewer

Selected publications

Narock, T., Goldstein, E.B., Jackson, C. A.-L., Ibarra, D.E., Enright, A.M.L., Farquharson, J.I., Fernandez-Blanco, D., Bubeck, A.A, 2019. EarthArXiv: The First Year. EOS, doi: 10.1029/2019EO121347.

Enright, A.M.L., Ferris, F.G., 2019. Long Range Correlation in Redox Potential Fluctuations Signal Energetic Efficiency of Bacterial Fe(II) Oxidation. Scientific Reports, doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-40499-5.

Edwards, B., Shirokova, V.L., Enright, A.M.L., Ferris, F.G., 2018. Dependence of in situ bacteriogenic iron oxide formation on sequential reactive transport in the Fe(II)-oxidation/Fe(III)-precipitation continuum. Geomicrobiology Journal, doi: 10.1080/01490451.2017.1394929.

Enright, A.M.L., Ferris, F.G., 2016. Low-level Fluctuation Analysis of Iron-Oxidizing Microbial Systems: A Novel Application of Electrochemical Noise Analysis. Astrobiology, 16(11)1-8. doi: 10.1089/ast.2016.1509.

Shirokova, V.L., Enright, A.M.L., Kennedy, C.B., Ferris, F.G., 2016. Thermal Intensification of Microbial Fe(II)/Fe(III) Redox Cycling in a Pristine Shallow Sand Aquifer on the Canadian Shield. Water Research. doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2016.10.050.

Enright, A.M.L, Ferris, F.G., 2016. Bacterial Fe2+-oxidation Distinguished by Long-range Correlation in Redox Potential. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 121: 1249-1257. doi: 10.1002/2015JG003306.

Ferris, F.G., Enright, A.M.L., Fortin, D., Clark, I.D., 2016. Rates of Fe(II)-oxidation and Solubility of Bacteriogenic Iron Oxides. Geomicrobiology Journal, 33(3-4): 237-242. doi: 10.1080/01490451.2015.1049305.