Hannah Lieberman

Ph.D. Student, McGill University
Supervisor: Dr. Cynthia Kallenbach

About Hannah Lieberman

Hannah received her BSc in Biology from Grinnell College, Iowa in 2016. Before coming to McGill, Hannah completed a fellowship at Gobabeb research station in Namibia, worked at US Fish and Wildlife Service on invasive species management and completed a post-bac internship at Archbold Biological Station, researching how invasive West Indian Marsh Grass modifies soil nitrogen. She is interested in understanding how land management practices affect soil quality, carbon and nutrient cycling and how these relate to climate change. At McGill, Hannah’s research is focused on how flooding impacts carbon and phosphorus dynamics under different land management practices.