Assistant Professor of Coastal Ecosystems and Watersheds, SFRC, IFAS, University of Florida
Postdoctoral Research Scientist
Earth Lab, CIRES, University of Colorado, Boulder
Heffernan Lab, River Center, Nic. School of the Environ., Duke University
Cherry lab, University of Alabama
June 2020: Check out two new collaborative papers:
Urban Development, Science Advances
Extreme Events, Earth's future
January 2020: I have accepted a faculty position at the School of Forestry Resources and Conservation at the University of Florida. Super excited to start building my lab!
September 2019: Evan Goldstein and I received an NSF Coastlines and People EAGER grant! Excited to develop a new idea incubator!
June 2019: We received a grant from NSF Humans, Disasters and the Built Environment! Check it out!
May 2019: Check out our new paper on the effects of fire and hurricanes on salt marshes!
March 2019: New interview on WUNC's The State of Things about marshes!
February 2019: Check out my new paper in Ecosystems !
October 2018: Zimmer, Braswell and Seybold Awarded CA Sea Grant to investigate groundwater agricultural pollution and wetland degradation in Elkhorn Slough, CA.
January 2018: Started a postdoc in the Earth Lab at University of Colorado, Boulder!
November 2017: Successfully defended my dissertation!
June 2017: Heading to SWS annual meeting! Contact me at email@example.com if you want to meet up to talk wetlands!
May 2016: Katherine Ratliff and I received the Dean's Award for Outstanding PhD Student Paper:
March 2016: SAWS hosted the first NC Wetland Symposium at Duke Gardens. Check out Nic School article here: http://bit.ly/1pgbn8l
December 2015: Check out our new paper published in PNAS:
"Spatial response of coastal marshes to increased atmospheric CO2"
November 2015: NSF grant awarded (PI: Heffernan, Marani, Murray and Kirwan.) to measure and model the spatial extent of coastal wetlands at the macroscale - helping fund my research!
August 2015: Cathy Chamberlin joins Heffernan lab; Welcome!
May 2015: Passed my Preliminary Exams!
April 2015: Awarded Duke Wetland Center Graduate Research Grant