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Postdoctoral Fellows

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Rachel Buck

Rachel is a postdoctoral fellow researching linkages between human disturbance, ecosystem function, and microbial community response in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. Her current work investigates the effect of environmental perturbations associated with Phragmites invasion and control measures on microbial gene expression and community functions.
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Sophie Hill

Sophie Hill is a Postdoctoral Fellow researching human influence on the water cycle and how to actively represent it in the education and outreach resources that are widely available. This includes creating representations of the water cycle that highlight human impacts, using place-based examples, and incorporating seasonal patterns and long-term changes in climate. She worked for 7 years as a K-12 math/science teacher and is the mom of 3 boys.
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Raymond Lee

Raymond Lee is a Postdoctoral Fellow researching ecological (terrestrial, aquatic, and glacial) and social responses to anthropogenic disturbances from the plot scale to the continental scale.
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