Emily is broadly interested in the capacity of ecosystems to retain nutrients and energy, particularly in the face of human accelerated environmental change. Her research primarily focuses on how ecosystem carbon and nutrient cycles are altered by climate and land cover change. The majority of her research to date has taken place in aquatic ecosystems. Her current research is about biogeochemistry in a watershed context and am working in upland and floodplain soils as well as stream channels and wetlands. She holds a B.S. in Biology from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Ph.D. from Cornell University.

New Tweets

I&E Events

Duke Hospital Exhibit: Circle of Life: 20 years of Supporting and Connecting through Stitches

Arts & Health at Duke presents Circle of Life: 20 Years of Supporting & Connecting through StitchesArts & Health…

Duke Clinics Exhibit: Steven Ray Miller - Duke HeARTist

Arts & Health at Duke presents Steven Ray Miller, Duke HeARTist at the Morrison Exhibit Space, located near Clinic 1D, in the Duke…

View all