Elizabeth Williams

Elizabeth's research is focused on characterizing organic carbon formation, stabilization, transport, and preservation in soils and sediments and in understanding how land-use and environmental change affect these processes. 

 

Biography

 

Education

Ph.D. -  Earth and Environmental Science, Tulane University, 2014

B.S. - Chemistry, Howard University, 2009

 

Professional Experience

Postdoctoral Fellow - University of Pennsylvania - Soil Biogeochemistry, 2016-2020

Postdoctoral Scientist - University of California Merced - Stable Isotope Geochemistry/Soil Biogeochemistry, 2015-2016 

Laboratory Manager - University of California Merced - Stable Isotope Geochemistry, 2015-2016 

Research Assistant - Tulane University - Stable Isotope Geochemistry, 2010-2014

Graduate Student Intern - National Ocean Sciences Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Facility, 2012

Undergraduate Researcher - Howard University - Applied Analytical Chemistry, 2006-2009

Intern - US Environmental Protection Agency - ORD, 2008-2009

Intern - US Environmental Protection Agency - DfE, 2006