I am an assistant professor in the Soil and Water Sciences Department at the University of Florida. My research interests include soil carbon persistence and decomposition, coupled carbon-nutrient cycling in terrestrial ecosystems, redox dynamics in upland soils, and biogeochemical implications of climate change and land use. My field sites spans a wide range of ecosystems, including arid grasslands, sub-tropical forests, and agricultural landscapes. I take a variety of analytical approaches to characterize the physical, chemical, and biological properties of plant, soil, and water samples.
I am looking for MSc and PhD students interested in soil carbon and soil health. Check out Opportunities for more information on the application! Get in touch with me via email and twitter!
PhD in Geography, 2015
University of California, Santa Barbara
MSc in Soil Science, 2009
University of Alberta
BSc in Biological Sciences, 2007