Tiffany has 7 years of experience in water quality and ecosystem science research and monitoring. She has led state-level water quality monitoring programs in New Hampshire and conducted academic research on topics ranging from harmful algal blooms to wetland biogeochemistry. This includes an ongoing study of hydrology and phosphorus cycling in restored riparian and floodplain wetlands in Vermont. Tiffany’s areas of interest and expertise include freshwater and coastal ecosystems, nutrient dynamics, and high-frequency water quality data collection and analysis.
Tiffany is a Research Specialist in the Nutrient Cycling & Ecological Design Lab at the University of Vermont. She holds a Master of Science degree in Marine Biology from Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi and a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from Dickinson College.