- The Biogeosciences section was founded in 2003.
- Our goal is to promote research and education in studies of the influence of biology on the chemistry of the surface of the Earth, the processing of energy and materials in Earth’s ecosystems, and the impact of humans on Earth system function.
- The Section acts as a liaison between investigators, societies, and other groups interested in these subjects.
- The website is designed to support the section’s members and to promote the Biogeosciences in general.
Current Officers (2016-2018)
Chairperson: Stephen C. Hart, University of California, Merced
Jennie DeMarco, University of Florida
Denise Devota, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Social media master: Lindsay Brin, University of New Brunswick
Josh Schimel, University of California, Santa Barbara
Jennie McClaren, University of Texas, El Paso
Anthony Darrouzet-Nardi, University of Texas, El Paso
Peter Groffman, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Daniela Cusack, University of California, Santa Barbara
Adrien Finzi, Boston University
Matt Wallenstein, Colorado State University
Alan Townsend, University of Colorado
Emily Bernhardt, Duke University
Lars Hedin, Princeton University
Christine Goodale, Cornell University
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