John Pengelly is an Environmental Chemist focusing on water quality, food webs and freshwater ecology.
John Pengelly has more than 35 years of experience in the preparation and analysis of environmental samples and laboratory management. John has been a member of CSIRO-Albury’s research effort for the past 28 years and is also a research fellow at Charles Sturt University.
John Pengelly topics of special interest include: Environmental Chemistry – Ecological Processes, Analytical Chemistry – Protocols & Procedures, Water Chemistry – Freshwater and Groundwater Monitoring, Soil/Sediment Chemistry, Quality Assurance, Flow Cytometry – Algal populations / Blue Green Algal Identification.
- Proteins are a major component of dissolved organic nitrogen (DON) leached from terrestrially aged Eucalyptus camaldulensis leaves CW Harris, E Silvester, GN Rees, J Pengelly, L Puskar (2016)
Environmental Chemistry 13 (5), 877-887
- Longitudinal trends in concentration and composition of dissolved organic nitrogen (DON) in a largely unregulated river system CW Harris, GN Rees, RJ Stoffels, J Pengelly, K Barlow, E Silvester (2018) Biogeochemistry 139 (2), 139-153
- Macroinvertebrate and Sediment Baseline Surveys of the Murray River at Albury for Norske Skog
H Gigney, R Petrie, J Pengelly (2009) Murray-Darling Freshwater Research Centre.