Monday, March 20, 2017, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
University of Wisconsin
Sievers Conference Room S228
4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO
Dr. Marin-Spiotta's research draws on soil science, ecology, biogeochemistry, and biogeography to advance our knowledge of environmental and anthropogenic factors regulating terrestrial carbon storage. Her research crosses spatial and temporal scales, from microscopic to regional and annual to millennial. She uses conceptual, synthetic and experimental research, fieldwork, and laboratory measurements to address questions at the forefront of soil science and global change research. She is also a leader in the Earth Science Women's Network and prominent advocate for diversity in science.
Free and open to the public.