311 Illick Hall
I received my B.S. in Environmental Biology here at ESF in May 2008 and am currently working towards an M.S. in Ecology under the direction of Dr.'s Myron Mitchell and Kim Schulz. Generally, I am interested in biogeochemistry, cultural eutrophication and phytoplankton competition and nutrient preferences. My current research project is on the effect of a large shift in inorganic nitrogen loading to Onondaga Lake on the composition of the phytoplankton assemblage. I am completing this research through both long-term data analyses and laboratory phytoplankton growth experiments.
In my free time, I like to ski, read and cook.