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Dr. Madeleine M.

Mineau

Earth Systems Research Center 101 Centre st #2
University of New Hampshire Concord, NH 03301
8 College rd, 209 Morse Hall Cell Phone: 607-592-6184
Durham, NH 03824 e-mail: m.m.mineau@unh.edu.com
Phone: 603-862-0907 Website: madeleinemineau.weebly.com

Education

Ph.D. Department of Biological Sciences, Idaho State University 2010
Research emphasis: Aquatic ecology
Coursework emphasis: Biological Education
Advisor: Dr. Colden V. Baxter

B.A. Colby College, Waterville, ME 2003
Majors: Biology and Environmental Policy
Minor: Art
Honors: Cum Laude

Professional Experience

Research Assistant Professor, Earth Systems Research Center. University of New Hampshire,
August 2014 - Present

Research scientist II, Earth Systems Research Center, University of New Hampshire, October
2012 August 2014

Assistant research professor, Plant, Soil, and Environmental Sciences, University of Maine.
January 2012 September 2012

Affiliate graduate faculty, School of Biology and Ecology, University of Maine. May 2011-
present

Postdoctoral research associate, School of Biology and Ecology, University of Maine. Interactive
effects of chronic N deposition, acidification, and phosphorus limitation on coupled elemental
cycling in streams. January 2011-December 2011.

Research assistant, Stream Ecology Center, Idaho State University, Carbon and Nitrogen export
in Idaho Watersheds, NSF EPSCoR June 2006-December 2010

Research assistant, Cornell University, The state and recovery of Round Whitefish (Prosopium
cylindracium) in New York State, NY DEC April 2005-June 2006

Field teacher / Naturalist, W. Alton Jones campus, University of Rhode Island, Teach field
ecology and environmental science lessons to school groups, August 2003-June 2004

Research assistant and teaching assistant, Colby College, Summer-Fall 2000, Summer 2001,
Spring 2003.

Peer Reviewed Publications (* indicates student author)

Carey, R. O., W. M. Wollheim, G. K. Mulukutla, and M. M. Mineau. 2014 Characterizing
storm-event nitrate fluxes and a fifth order suburbanizing watershed using in-situ sensors.
Environmental Science and Technology. DOI: 10.1021/es500252j

Mineau M. M., F. R. Fatemi, I. J. Fernandez and K. S. Simon. 2014. Microbial enzyme activity at the
watershed scale: Response to chronic nitrogen deposition and acute phosphorous enrichment.
Biogeochemistry 117: 131 142.

Kominoski, J.S., J.J. Follstad Shah, C. Canhoto, D.G. Fischer, D. Giling, E. Gonzlez, N.A.
Griffiths, A. Larraaga, C.J. LeRoy, M.M. Mineau, Y.R. McElarney,

S.M. Shirley, C.M.
Swan, and S.D. Tiegs. 2013. Forecasting functional implications of global changes in
riparian plant communities. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11: 423 432.

Mineau M. M., C. M. Rigsby*, D. T. Ely, I. J. Fernandez, S. A. Norton, T. Ohno, K. S. Simon,
and H. Maurice Valett. 2013. Chronic catchment nitrogen enrichment and stoichiometric
constraints on the bioavailability of dissolved organic matter from leaf leachate.
Freshwater Biology 58: 248-260.

Mineau M. M., C. V. Baxter, A. M. Marcarelli and G. W. Minshall. 2012. Invasive riparian tree
reduces stream ecosystem efficiency via a recalcitrant organic matter subsidy. Ecology
93: 1501-1508.

Marcarelli A. M., C.V. Baxter, M.M. Mineau and R.O. Hall. 2011. Quantity and quality:
unifying food web and ecosystem perspectives on the role of resource subsidies in
freshwaters. Ecology 92: 1215-1225.

Mineau M. M., C.V. Baxter and A. M. Marcarelli. 2011 A non-native riparian tree (Elaeagnus
angustifolia) changes in-stream nutrient dynamics. Ecosystems 14: 353-365.

Warren, D.R., M.M. Mineau, E. J. Ward and C. E. Kraft. 2010 Relating fish biomass to
habitat and chemistry in headwater streams of the northeastern United States.
Environmental Biology of Fishes 88: 51-62.

Other Publications

Mineau, M.M. 2010. The effects of Russian olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia) invasion on stream
carbon budgets, quantitative food webs, and nitrogen cycling. Doctoral dissertation,
Idaho State University.



Steinhart, G. B., M. M. Mineau and C. E. Kraft. 2007. Status and recovery of round whitefish
(Prosopium cylindraceum) in New York, USA. Report to State Wildlife Grant T-3-
1NYSDEC, Bureau of Wildlife, Albany NY

Teaching Experience

Macrosystems Carbon Modeling in Aquatic Ecosystems, NR995, University of New Hampshire,
Fall 2014, Co-Instructor

Guest lecture: The nitrogen cycle, NR703 Watershed Water Quality Management, Fall 2013.

Advanced Ecology; Biogeochemistry: elemental cycles from molecules to the global scale
Biol 651, 2 credits, 7 students, Spring 2010, Idaho State University
Instructor / Supervised teaching internship; developed and taught full course.

General Ecology, Biol 209, 4 credits, 55 students, Fall 2009, Idaho State University
Co - instructor / Supervised teaching internship, 1/3 of course responsibility including
lectures, labs, curriculum development, writing and grading exams.

Guest lectures in Intro Biology, Ecosystem Ecology, and Limnology, Idaho State University

Microorganisms and Society Bio 133, Colby College, Spring 2003, Teaching Assistant

Taxonomy of Flowering Plants Bio 211, Colby College, Fall 2000, Teaching Assistant

Grants

Funded
PI: Iola Hubbard Endowment for Climate Change Research, Funded 2014, Modeling dissolved
organic carbon in river networks to better understand climate change and its consequences on
aquatic ecosystems. $37,982

PI: Northeast States Research Cooperative, Funded 2012, How does nitrogen deposition affect
in-stream dissolved organic nitrogen processing and its role in regulating watershed nitrogen
export? $78,216

PI: Maine agricultural and forest experiment station analytical lab grant, Funded 2011, Effects of
whole watershed ammonium sulfate addition on elemental stoichiometry and excretion of
terrestrial and aquatic arthropods. $3600 in analytical laboratory cost.

Co-I: Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, National Science Foundation, Funded 2009,
Aquatic effects of a terrestrial invader: a riparian plant invader subsidizes carbon and nitrogen
with differential ecosystem response. $15,000

Presidents Award, North American Benthological Society, Awarded 2009, Aquatic
consequences of a terrestrial invader: a non-native riparian tree subsidizes nitrogen and alters
ecosystem processing. $900

Graduate Student Research and Scholarship Committee, Idaho State University, Funded 2006.
Autotrophy in streams revisited: Effects of a riparian invasive plant on stream ecosystem
function. $969

Selected presentations (last 3 years; * designates a student author)

Wymore, A. S., M. M. Mineau, J. D. Potter, J. C. Marks, W. H. McDowell. 2014. Leaf litter
leachate controls bacterial communities and ecosystem processing rates. Joint Aquatic Sciences
meeting, May 18 23 2013. Portland OR. Oral presentation.

M. M. Mineau, W. M. Wollheim, R. J. Stewart, M. L. Daley, and W. H. McDowell. 2013.
Factors controlling aquatic dissolved inorganic nitrogen removal and export in suburban
watersheds. American Geophysical Union fall meeting December 9 13 2013, San Francisco,
CA. Oral Presentation.

Wollheim, W. M., R. J. Stewart, K. A. Whittinghill, M. M. Mineau, K. Sheehan, R. Smith, and
I. Hale. 2013. Understanding interactions between ecosystem services and water quality across
the riverscape: The ISEES Model. SFS annual meeting, May 19 - 23 2013,Jacksonville, FL. Oral
presentation.

Mineau, M.M., I.J. Fernandez, W.M. Wollheim, and J.L. Campbell. Elevated nitrogen
deposition is associated with decoupling of DOC and DON processing in northeastern USA
headwater streams. SFS annual meeting, May 19 - 23 2013,Jacksonville, FL. Oral presentation.

Mineau, M.M., I.J. Fernandez, W.M. Wollheim, and J.L. Campbell. Elevated nitrogen
deposition is associated with decoupling of DOC and DON processing in northeastern USA
headwater streams. NERC conference, March 19 20 2013, Saratoga Springs, NY. Poster
presentation

Mineau, M.M. Nutrient cycling in headwater streams: The effect of nitrogen deposition on
dissolved organic matter retention. Keene State College, February 7
th
, 2013. Invited oral
presentation.

Fernandez, I. J., M. M. Mineau, K. S. Simon, S. A. Norton. 2012. The influence of decadal-
scale N enrichment on N dynamics and 15N discrimination in a New England forested
watershed. Soil Science Society of America, International annual meeting October 21-24,
Cincinnati Ohio, Oral presentation.

Norris, K. G.*, M. M. Mineau, J. E. Saros, S. M. Coghlan, and K. S. Simon. 2012 Effects of
anadromous alewife on seasonal patterns of nutrient limitation in Maine lakes and streams.
Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR, Poster presentation.

Mineau, M. M., K. S. Simon, I. J. Fernandez, S. A. Norton, and H. M. Valett. 2012. The effect
of chronic watershed nitrogen deposition and acidification on the interaction among phosphorus,
carbon, and nitrogen uptake in streams. Biogeomon, Northport, ME, Oral presentation.

Rancatti, R. L.*, K. S. Simon, M. M. Mineau, D. Anderson, I. J. Fernandez, S. A. Norton, and
M. B. Adams. 2012. Effects of watershed acidification on abiotic and biotic phosphorus uptake
in streams draining two whole-watershed experimental forests. Biogeomon, Northport, ME, Oral
presentation.

SanClements, M. D., G. P. Oelsner, D. M. McKnight, I. J. Fernandez, S. J. Nelson, M. B.
Adams, M. M. Mineau, and K. S. Simon. 2012. The effects of acidification and recovery on
DOM quality and source in temperate forested watersheds. Biogeomon, Northport, ME, Oral
presentation.

Mineau, M. M., K. S. Simon, I. J. Fernandez, S. A. Norton, and H. M. Valett. 2012. Does
phosphorus and dissolved organic carbon availability regulate nitrogen saturation in streams?
Annual meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, Louisville, KY, Oral presentation.

Baxter, C. V., J. R. Benjamin, M. M. Mineau, K. D. Fausch, F. Lepori, A. M. Marcarelli, and G.
W. Minshall. 2012. Emerging lessons: Invasive species effects that cross habitat boundaries.
Annual meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, Louisville, KY, Oral presentation.

Norris, K. G*, M. M. Mineau, J. E. Saros, S. M. Coghlan, and K. S. Simon. 2012. Do
anadromous alewife influence nutrient limitation in lakes and streams? Annual meeting of the
Society for Freshwater Science, Louisville, KY, Oral presentation.

Mineau, M. M., F. R. Fatemi, K. S. Simon, and I. J. Fernandez. 2012. Terrestrial and aquatic
microbial enzyme response to shifting nitrogen and phosphorus availability: experiments at the
whole-watershed scale. 2
nd
International Enzymes in the Environment RNC workshop, Fort
Collins, CO. Poster presentation

Mineau, M. M. 2011. The effects of Russian olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia) invasion on stream
carbon budgets, quantitative food webs and nitrogen cycling. School of Biology and Ecology
seminar series, University of Maine. Invited oral presentation.

Mineau, M. M., K. S. Simon, D. T. Ely; R. L. Rancatti*, I. J. Fernandez, S. A. Norton, and H.
M. Valett. 2011. Effects of chronic nitrogen enrichment and acidification on coupled nitrogen
and phosphorus cycling in streams: Insights from multiple spiraling techniques. Annual meeting,
North American Benthological Society, Providence, RI. Poster presentation.

Simon, K. S., C. M. Rigsby*, D. T. Ely, M. M. Mineau, T. Ohno, I. J. Fernandez, S. A. Norton,
and H. M. Valett. 2011. Microbial response to altered dissolved organic matter chemistry arising
from watershed nitrogen enrichment and acidification. Annual meeting, North American
Benthological Society, Providence, RI. Oral presentation.

Awards

Invited Participant, Ecological Dissertations in Aquatic Sciences (EcoDAS) IX symposium,
Honolulu HI, October 11-16, 2010

Third Place, Best student oral presentation, Utah State University Runoff Conference, April 2-3,
2009

Student Mentoring

Committee member: MSc student Chelsea Berg, Plymouth State University, January 2014
present.

Committee member: MSc student Katie Norris, University of Maine, January 2011- May 2012

Committee member: Undergraduate Honors Thesis, Maggie Burns, University of Maine,
September 2011 May 2012

Primary mentor: Research experience for undergraduates: Cathy Herr, University of Maine, May
2011- August 2011

Professional development (last 2 years)

Women Evolving Biological Science symposium, October 2013. This symposium addresses the
retention of female scientists and issues related to the transition of women from early career
stages to tenure track positions and leadership roles in academic and research settings.

Software carpentry boot camp, July 2013. Improved existing programming/coding skills (UNIX
shell) and learned intro to Python, Git hub, and MySQL

Science: becoming the messenger, April 2013. 2-day intensive training in science
communication.

Statistics R us workshop, May 2012. Intro to R software. North American Benthological Society
annual meeting.

Educational Outreach
Organized and led day-long activity on water quality for UNH tech camp for girls, Summer 2013

Blog post writer for the NH EPSCoR Ecosystems and society blog: What is an ecosystem
model? Published 6/5/13. Think like a fish. Published 9/3/13
http://ecosystemsandsociety.blogspot.com/

Scientist consultant, Schoodic Education and Research Center, Scientist-Teacher-Student
partnership investigating the effects of culverts on stream insect communities. 2012-2013

Scientist mentor at the Biogeomon teachers workshop: Facilitated activities on science data
literacy concepts and practice with middle and high school teachers. 2012

Professional Service

Representative Upper Merrimack River Local Advisory Committee, December 2012 - present

Peer reviewer for: Ecology, Ecosystems, Basic and Applied Ecology, Biogeochemistry,
Limnology and Oceanography, Aquatic Sciences, Hydrobiologia, and Freshwater Science
(formerly: Journal of the North American Benthological Society)

Tenure & Promotion Committees for Dr. Sophie St-Hillaire & Dr. David Delehanty, Idaho State
University, 2009-2010

Graduate Student Representative, Graduate Committee, Idaho State University, January 2008-
December 2010

Graduate Student Representative to Faculty Meetings, Department of Biological Sciences, Idaho
State University, September 2007-May 2008

Professional Membership

Society for Freshwater Science (North American Benthological Society), Member since 2006

American Geophysical Union, Member since 2008