Uploaded imageAlanna Lecher, assistant professor of natural and applied sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences, had her paper, "Groundwater Discharge in the Arctic: A Review of Studies and Implications for Biogeochemistry," published in the peer-reviewed journal Hydrology.

The paper built on several previous studies she conducted on the biogeochemistry of groundwater in the Arctic Circle, and it focused heavily on how climate change will alter groundwater flow patterns and water quality in the Arctic.