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Lisamarie Windham-Myers

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Dr. Lisamarie Windham-Myers is a wetland ecologist and lead scientist for the USGS-NRP program “Plant:Soil:Water Interactions in Wetland Ecosystems”. Broadly-trained in ecosystem ecology, her research focuses on plant physiology and its influence on carbon, nutrient, and trace-metal biogeochemistry. Her approaches span landscape-to-molecular scales as necessary to understand how human and stochastic alterations of wetland structure influence wetland function.  A San Francisco Bay native, her local research sites represent a wide range of salinity and management conditions, from rice agriculture to coastal and restored wetlands.  Lisa serves in several local, national and international science advisory efforts to evaluate wetland management and modeling approaches to quantify wetland carbon sequestration, greenhouse gas budgets and/or mercury methylation and export. 




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My Science Topics


Science Topic
Subtopic
Ecology and Environmentecosystems
Ecology and Environmentestuarine ecosystems
Ecology and Environmentfreshwater ecosystems
Ecology and Environmentwetlands
Natural Resourcessoil resources
Environmental Issueshuman impacts
Environmental Issuestoxic trace elements
Geologic Processessoil chemistry
Natural Resourcesnatural resource management
Oceans and Coastlinescoastal ecosystems
Oceans and Coastlinessea-level change
Plants and Animalsaquatic vegetation
Plants and Animalsinvasive species
Plants and Animalsplants
Geographic Analysis and Mappingremote sensing
Environmental Issuesland use change



My USGS Science Strategy Areas

Understanding Ecosystems & Predicting Ecosystems Change

Plant-Ecosystem Ecology

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Lisamarie Windham-Myers
345 Middlefield Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025
lwindham-myers@usgs.gov
650-329-4447
650-329-4463 - Fax
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