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Ariana Sutton-Grier (2008-2010)

Ariana is currently a program analyst at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Ocean Service. At NOAA she investigates how ecosystem nitrogen and carbon cycling can be included in environmental markets, including nutrient trading and voluntary or compliance carbon cycling.

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Adam Langley (2005-2011)

Adam Langley is an assistant professor of biology at Villanova University. His research focuses on how soils and tidal marshes respond to global change. While at SERC, he worked as a postdoc and later a research scientist on the Global Change Research Wetland.

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Tom Mozdzer (2009-2012)

Tom Mozdzer is an assistant professor of biology at Bryn Mawr College. He investigates how wetlands are adapting to global change, with a special emphasis on the invasive reed Phragmites australis. As a SERC postdoc, he studied the genetics and physiology of invasive vs. native Phragmites, and tracked how they reacted to elevated CO2 and nitrogen.