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The 2020 American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting is officially underway! This year's virtual format has provided the opportunity to watch several presentations anytime and to engage creatively via chats, live workshops, and social media. I presented published work for the first time at the B101 session entitled "Soils in the Anthropocene: The Effect of Plant Communities and their Microbial Associations on Soil Biogeochemistry I". Watch the recorded video here. Join me and other soil nerds for the live Q & A on December 15th. I hope you learn as much from my presentation as I've learned from others. I've heard incredible talks about tips for supporting undergraduate research, using science to support communities in climate adaptation, overcoming imposter syndrome, space travel, and more. Although this has been my first AGU, it will certainly not be my last!
I am a third year PhD candidate in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Cornell University in the Sparks Lab. Here's what I've been up to.