Kim Novick

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About Kim

Dr. Kim Novick is an associate professor and Fischer Faculty Fellow in the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. Her research focuses on understanding how climate variability affects ecosystems, and complimentary processes by which ecosystems alter climate at local to global scales. This field of research – “land atmosphere interactions” – blends concepts from meteorology, plant physiology, and hydrology and has a strong emphasis on socially-relevant problem solving. Much of her work relies on synthesis of data aggregated in environmental observation networks, including NEON and AmeriFlux.