Laura Meredith (PI)
I am an interdisciplinary scientist working on research questions at the intersection of environmental microbiology and atmospheric chemistry. I am an Assistant Professor of Ecosystem Genomics in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment (SNRE) and the BIO5 Institute. Beforehand, I was an Associate Research Scientist with Scott Saleska (University of Arizona) and an Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences NSF Postdoctoral Fellow in Paula Welander’s geobiology lab (Stanford University) and Joe Berry‘s trace gas lab (Carnegie Institution for Science). I earned my PhD in Climate Physics and Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with Ron Prinn and my BS in Chemistry from the California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly), San Luis Obispo.
Kevin Webster (Postdoc)
Kevin will be joining the Meredith-Saleska Lab groups in February, 2017
Our lab is building collaborative relationships with these projects and more
Microbial methane cycling in the Brazilian Amazon – a budding collaborative effort in methane isotope microbiogeochemistry in the state of Pará (http://www.saleskalab.org/research/amazon-research/)
Biosphere 2’s Landscape Evolution Observatory (LEO) – microbial and trace gas dynamics in an evolving hillslope (http://biosphere2.org/research/projects/landscape-evolution-observatory)
Ecosystem Genomics Initiative – A new initiative in hiring and collaboration to scale biological information from genes to ecosystems (http://egi.arizona.edu/partners)