Eric Davidson is interested in biogeochemistry and nutrient cycling in terrestrial ecosystems including the effects of management, land use change, and climatic change on soil C and N stocks, trace gas emissions from soils, and leaching of plant nutrients to streams and groundwater. He currently conducts work in the Brazilian Amazon Basin and Cerrado region as well as the forests of New England.
Jake Hagedorn is interested in soil biogeochemistry, hydrology, and agriculture. His current research focuses on using soil chambers to measure gas emissions in an agricultural landscape framed by managed water level changes.
Qiurui is interested in the atmospheric-biosphere interactions and biogeochemistry.
Rachel Nifong’s research interests include the stoichiometry of organisms across abiotic gradients. She investigated how the impact of fire and land use change affects ecosystem resiliency in Eastern Amazonia. Rachel now works at the Water Quality and Ecology Research Unit, Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture, Oxford, MS.
Debjani Sihi is interested in soil organic matter decomposition along anaerobic to aerobic gradients. Her research work focused on integrated belowground greenhouse gas flux measurements and modeling.