Anne Giblin is a biogeochemist and Senior Scientist at the Ecosystems Center at the Marine Biological Laboratory. Anne’s major research interest is on the cycling of elements that drive ecologically important processes. Much of her work has been focused in soils and sediments where element cycling takes place under different conditions of oxidation and reduction. Anne is currently the lead PI on the NSF funded Plum Island Ecosystems Long-Term Ecological Research (PIE-LTER) site where she is focusing on understanding how sea-level rise will impact salt marsh sustainability and how nitrogen inputs from wastewater and fertilizer are impacting coastal ecosystems. She also does research in the Arctic, investigating how climate change is altering high latitude lakes and collaborates on a project examining the impacts of the Deep Horizon oil spill on salt marshes in the Gulf of Mexico.