I am a graduate student in the Biometeorology Lab in the department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management at the University of California, Berkeley.

I study the biogeochemical effects of global change and human impacts on the environment, and how land management practices can be adapted to help mitigate climate change. I use a combination of methods including field monitoring and manipulation techniques, modeling, and remote sensing to address these topics across diverse ecosystems including restored and natural wetlands and agriculture. I collaborate with a broad group of researchers and institutions to help inform and advance climate policy. In particular, my work is focused on the impacts of land-use change and ecological restoration on greenhouse gas fluxes, controls on trace gas fluxes and the response of soil biogeochemistry to a changing climate, scaling carbon fluxes from site to regional scales, and the role of wetland restoration in climate change mitigation and adaptation.