Spotlight

Resilient Communities: The Role of Land-Use Planning and Conservation in Flood Risk Management
Understanding Climatic and Biotic Interactions in Terrestrial Systems During Ancient Warm Periods
The Role of Beaver Ponds and Fluvial Wetlands in Aquatic Nitrogen Removal from Headwaters to River Network-scale
Global Change Effects on Soil Microbial Communities and Carbon Storage
Research Topic: Fungal Ecology Previous Awards and Activities Summer Research Fellowship, Villanova University, June, 2013 Selected Presentations and Publications Master of Science, Villanova University, May 2014, Thesis: Mycorrhizal Network Nutrient Acquisition in Pristine Boreal Bogs Presentation...
Research Topic Carbon and Nitrogen Coupling in Streams Across Biomes The coupling of dissolved organic matter (DOM) and nitrogen (N) cycling in aquatic ecosystems has been widely studied but mostly in temperate systems. Tropical and arctic systems store large portions of the earths carbon but they...
Research Topic Peatland/Wetland Methane Dynamics Clarice's research is on methane dynamics of northern wetlands, including peatlands in the discontinuous permafrost zone, with a focus biological methane oxidation. I use trace gas analysis, incubation experiments, microbial ecology, and redox...
Research Topic Understanding Earthquake Rupture Processes: Insights from Mid-Ocean Ridge Transform Faults, Submarine Volcanoes, and Deep South African Gold Mines   Education Ph.D., Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of New Hampshire, Expected Award Date May 2019 M.S., Geophysics, New...
Syrup Production David’s research focuses on three aspects of syrup production. The first is to improve the efficiency of maple and birch syrup production by investigating methods of increasing sap yields while minimizing the wounding caused by tapping. The second is to determine how environmental...
Research Topic Comparative Environmental Politics, Climate Change Governance Previous Awards and Activities UNH MPA Student of the Year, May 2014 Education M.P.A., University of New Hampshire, 2014 B.S., Water and Soil Science, University of Rhode Island, 2003 Professional Positions Environmental...
Research Topic Investigating the Practical, Agroecological, and Socio-economic Aspects of Using Tarps to Facilitate No-till Vegetable Production with High-residue Cover Crops Previous Awards and Activities Future Leaders in Science Award (ASA-CSSA-SSSA), 2018 University of Maryland College of...
Advancing Sustainability Science: A Focus on Dammed Social-Ecological Landscapes in New England Natallia currently works with researchers from various New England institutions on an interdisciplinary project focused on current and future management of dams.