Kristine’s study of wetland-atmosphere CO2 exchange and its sensitivity to wetland hydroperiod was recently highlighted in the “Research Spotlight” in Eos, a weekly newspaper of the Earth and space sciences published by the American Geophysical Union. The “Spotlight” emphasized the potentially controversial implication of Kristine’s research that “restoring the Everglades will likely diminish the potential of the region to serve as a carbon sink.” Kristine conducted this work while a Master’s student in Greg Starr’s lab at the U. of Alabama. Read the full Spotlight, and find her research here.
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