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As senior soil ecologist, Dr. Chelsea Carey works with TomKat Ranch and Point Blue’s Rangeland Monitoring Network to understand how management influences the ecology of California’s rangeland soils. She received her PhD from The University of California (UC) Merced in 2014, where her dissertation focused on characterizing soil microbial communities and nutrient cycling dynamics in California grasslands. From 2014 to 2017, Chelsea spent time at UC Riverside as a postdoctoral scholar, studying the atmospheric movement of microorganisms. Her current research focuses on characterizing management influences on soil properties that are relevant to soil health and climate mitigation, and she seeks to improve understanding of what drives variability in these parameters across space and time.
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