Multnomah University’s Dr. Jason W. Stuckey Publishes Article in Respected, Scientific Journal

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Our professors are experts in their fields, and our science faculty are no exception. Dr. Jason W. Stuckey, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science here at Multnomah, recently published an article in a respected, scientific journal. Dr. Stuckey joined nine other scientists from all over the world as part of a research team to explore the natural controls of greenhouse gas emissions from coastal salt marshes. Together, they published an article called “Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of geochemical controls on carbon cycling in a tidal salt marsh” in the Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta journal. 

As a community, we are incredibly proud of Dr. Stuckey for his exceptional work and for representing Multnomah University in the world of science. At Multnomah, we believe that faith and science work together and profound discoveries can be made when we dig into God’s world and God’s Word. Congratulations to Dr. Stuckey for his noteworthy accomplishment of publishing this article and for his constant embodiment of Multnomah’s mission.

Dr. Jason W. Stuckey has been an Assistant Professor of Environmental Science at Multnomah since 2017. He teaches chemistry, science and faith integration, scientific writing, and several environmental science courses, such as Soil and Environmental Geology and Aquatic Systems. Before coming to Multnomah, he was a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Delaware, where he studied carbon cycling in soil systems. Dr. Stuckey earned his Ph.D. from Stanford University in 2014. His doctoral work was on the natural processes that lead to arsenic contamination of groundwater in the Mekong Delta.

For more information on Dr. Stuckey and his publications, check out his bio. If you would be interested in studying the relationship between humans and the natural environment with Dr. Stuckey, visit or Environmental Science Program page.

July 31, 2020 | News