Carbon Response to Experimental Warming
Located in Manomet, Masschusetts, Tidmarsh farms (now "Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary") was an operating cranberry bog until 2010, and underwent a large-scale restoration in 2016. Within this interdisciplinary collaboration my research focused on understanding the physical hydrodynamics within this wetland/peatland system, especially understanding groundwater discharge formation and how this process relates to surface/subsurface peat complexities. Recently this work was published in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences [LINK].
For more information on the location's site and the other collaborators involved see the websites listed below:
Tidmarsh Restoration Project
Check out Tidmarsh in the News:
"The ‘Rewilding’ of a Century-Old Cranberry Bog" New York Times, July 4th, 2017
"With new wildlife sanctuary in Plymouth, nature regains 480 acres" Boston Globe, March 8th, 2018