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Andrew Schroth
 
BREE
BREE Ecological Systems Co-Leader - NEWRnet Co-PI
University of Vermont

Dr. Andrew W. Schroth is a low temperature biogeochemist and an Assistant Research Professor of Geology at the University of Vermont. He holds a BA in Geology from Colgate University, and MS and PhD degrees in geochemistry from Northern Arizona University and Dartmouth College respectively. Dr. Schroth's research focuses on quantitatively describing the environmental factors controlling nutrient and pollutant lability in soils and aqueous environments, with an overarching focus on understanding and/or predicting a biogeochemical system's response to changes in landscape and climate. Prior to joining the University of Vermont, Dr. Schroth was a Mendenhall Postdoctoral Scholar and Research Scientist at the USGS Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center in Woods Hole, MA