Emma Hauser

Doctoral Aspirant
Primary office:
Higuchi Hall


Advisor: Sharon Billings
Research interest: Ecosystems ecology and soil biogeochemistry
Hometown: Athens, Ohio

 

Education:

  • B.A. Environmental Science, Earlham College
     

Presentations at Regional and National Conferences:

  • Hauser, E. Beyond the visible: The effects of soil nitrogen and water on plant reflectance spectra. Ecological Society of America, Baltimore, MD, August 2015. Poster presentation.
  • Fadem, C.M., Perryman, C.R., Hauser E.M., and Birkel, J. Geoarcheology and the Basketmaker communities project: Preliminary results. Geologic Society of America, Vancouver, Canada, October 2014. Poster presentation.
  • Hauser, E. Beyond the visible: The effects of soil nitrogen and water on plant reflectance spectra.  Blandy Experimental Farm Summer Symposium, Boyce, VA, August 2014.
  • Hauser, E. Controls on greenhouse gas fluxes from soils: Effects of nitrogen fertilizers. Semester in Environmental Science Symposium, Woods Hole, MA, December 2013.


Attendance at Workshops and Meetings

  • IsoCamp. The University of Utah. Jim Ehleringer, PI. Salt Lake City, Utah. 11-23 June 2017.


Fellowships, Awards, and Honors

  • Summer Research Fellowship. The University of Kansas, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Summer 2017.
  • Graduate Student Summer Travel Scholarship. The University of Kansas, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Summer 2017.
  • Field Station Student Research Award. The University of Kansas. Summer 2017.
  • The Critical Zone Observatory Science Across Virtual Institutes Summer Interns. Summer 2017.

 


KU-calendar-full event list: EEB Seminars
EEB Seminars

FA17 EEB Seminars

TO BE ANNOUNCED


 

 

 

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