- Ph D, Colorado State University; Pedology and Biogeochemistry
- MS, University of Colorado; Sedimentary Geology
- BS, Colorado State University; Geology
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Bergstrom, Robert M, Borch, Thomas, Melzer, Susan E, Rhoades, Charles, Kelly, Eugene F, (2019) The generation and redistribution of soil nutrients in high elevation catenary sequences in the Fraser Experimental Forest, CO, U.S. Geoderma 333 135-144
Melzer, Susan E, (2018) "6 abstracts (i.e. press releases) published on media sites for advertisements of SoGES Managing the Planet Discussion Panel Series" web media
Melzer, Susan E, Sever, Kari, Steinert, Andy, Vaughan, Karen, (2018) "Agencies and universities team up to offer a soil survey field practicum in Dinosaur National Monument" National Cooperative Soil Survey (NCSS) Newsletter 85 5-9
Melzer, Susan E, Pressler, Yamina, Osterloh, Kris, Vaughan, Karen, (2016) "Increasing undergraduate exposure to novel soil types through a virtual regional soil judging contest. " Soil Science Society of America
BERGSTROM, Robert M, RHOADES, Charles C, Melzer, Susan E, Borch, Thomas, HUBBARD, Robert, ELDER, Kelly, Kelly, Eugene F, (2013) "KEY ELEMENTS OF LANDSCAPES CONDITION THE STORAGE AND MOBILITY OF SOIL NUTRIENTS IN MOUNTAINOUS ECOSYSTEMS OF THE WESTERN US"
Melzer, Susan E, Kelly, Eugene F, Chadwick, Oliver, (2011) Lithologic controls on biogenic silica cycling in South African savanna ecosystems. Biogeochemistry
Melzer, Susan E, Kelly, Eugene F, Knapp, Alan Keith, Smith, Melinda Dianne, Blair, John, Kirkman, Kevin, (2010) Fire and grazing impacts on silica production and storage in grass dominated ecosystems Biogeochemistry
Melzer, Susan E, Knapp, Alan Keith, Kirkman, Kevin P, Smith, Melinda D, Blair, John M, Kelly, Eugene F, (2010) Fire and grazing impacts on silica production and storage in grass dominated ecosystems Biogeochemistry 97 2-3 263–278
Melzer, Susan E, Budd, David, (2007) Retention of high matrix permeability in carbonate grainstones during progressive burial through shallow (300 to 500 m) subsurface realm Journal of Sedimentary Research