The best way to contact me is via email. I am an active Twitter user-- it's my favorite way to keep up with the latest science in ecology, hydrology, and biogeochemistry.
I'm always open to chatting and collaborating, especially on projects relating to landscape limnology, climate refugia, and conservation of aquatic ecosystems. Have an idea? Shoot me an email!
If you are prospective CU Boulder student, please read about the process of applying for a Ph.D. or M.S. program in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department. From there, email me your C.V. and a statement of interest briefly describing your research interests and a question or two you would like to pursue. From there we can arrange a time to chat and decide if my lab group would be a good fit for you!
Science is a team sport and I am grateful and privileged to have worked with some incredible minds.
Jill S. Baron, biogeochemist and ecosystem ecologist
David Richardson, limnologist and macroscale ecologist
Meghan Duffy, aquatic disease ecologist and writer for Dynamic Ecology
Sarah Spaulding, algal taxonomist and curator of Diatoms of North America
Peter Leavitt, paleolimnologist and global change ecologist
Steve Sadro, landscape limnologist, hydrologist, and biogeochemist
Claudia Boot, chemist and microbial ecologist
Whitney Beck, aquatic ecologist with the U.S. EPA
Pieter Johnson, aquatic disease and community ecologist
Scott Hotaling, cryosphere ecologist
Stuart Jones, aquatic ecologist at University of Notre Dame
Chris Solomon, aquatic ecologist at Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
The Loch Vale Watershed Long-Term Monitoring and Research site is funded by the USGS and NPS in Rocky Mountain National Park, where I conducted the majority of my doctoral research.
The Niwot Ridge Long-Term Ecological Research site is funded by the National Science Foundation and home to interdisciplinary research on aquatic and terrestrial alpine ecosystems.
The University of Notre Dame Environmental Research Center (East) in a site of long-term research in aquatic and terrestrial ecology. I used data from whole-lake manipulation experiments and long-term monitoring to understand the drivers of aquatic metabolism in my postdoctoral research.