Elizabeth Williams

Education:
2014, PhD, Earth & Environmental Sciences,
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

2009, BS Chemistry,
Howard University, Washington DC

PhD Dissertation Title:
Characterizing the stability of coastal wetland and riverine soil and sedimentary organic carbon

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Dr. Brad Rosenheim

Postdoc Research Topic:
The effects of pyrogenic carbon amendment on soil organic matter persistence

Penn Department:
Earth and Environmental Science

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Dr. Alain Plante

RESEARCH HUB

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