Jill Bubier


Jill is Marjorie Fisher Professor of Environmental Studies at Mount Holyoke College, where she teaches interdisciplinary environmental science. Her research focuses on northern ecosystems and biogeochemistry of peatlands, including methane and carbon dioxide exchange between ecosystems and the atmosphere. She is particularly interested in peatland plant ecology and hydrochemical gradients. Currently, Jill is conducting research at peatland sites in Ontario to understand the effects of atmospheric nitrogen deposition on plant communities, carbon cycling, and feedbacks to climate.

Fellow at a Glance

Fellowship Year:
Academic Background:
University of Vermont, MS
Current Position:
Marjorie Fisher Professor of Environmental Studies
Mount Holyoke College
Conservation Science & Biology
Energy & Climate Change
Currently Working On:
biogeochemistry of peatlands, atmospheric nitrogen deposition, carbon cycling, climate change, C cycling
50 College St.
South Hadley, Massachusetts 01075
(413) 538-2898

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