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 am interested in the impacts of climate variability and land-use change and management on biosphere-atmosphere exchange of water, energy, and trace gases. My research and training is in biometeorology, ecosystem ecology, and hydrology, and my work focuses on soil-plant-atmosphere interactions in a variety of climates and ecosystems. I combine micrometeorological measurements with remote sensing and modeling to understand the physical, biological and chemical processes that control trace gas fluxes between the land surface and the atmosphere across a range of spatial and temporal scales. Much of my work to date has focused on measuring and modeling water, energy and trace gas fluxes in restored and natural wetlands and agriculture, and my research has been used to help inform new and emerging climate policy in California.