Kelly Aho is a postdoctoral fellow, exploring the biogeochemistry of streams and rivers. She uses field-scale studies to empirically examine carbon and nitrogen cycling in streams and rivers and statistical models to synthesize and upscale these findings. At NEON, she is using the dissolved greenhouse gas dataset to explore interactions between aquatic and terrestrial systems with the goal of understanding controls on lotic greenhouse gas emissions.
Kelly defended her PhD on biogeochemical controls on dissolved greenhouse gas dynamics in streams and rivers at Yale University in December 2020. She holds an MESc from Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and a BA in Biology from Dartmouth College.
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