Erin MacDonald M.Sc.

  • Research Assistant

Ms. Erin MacDonald is a member of the Arctic carbon monitoring team. Her current work involves synthesizing data that will be incorporated into a circumpolar model that will predict how fires, permafrost thaw, and associated carbon emissions may respond to, and contribute towards, future warming from climate change. Previously, she worked as a research assistant for peatland and aquatic biogeochemical labs.

Ms. MacDonald holds a B.Sc. in Environmental Science from the University of Waterloo and M.Sc. in Biological Sciences from the University of Alberta.

Selected Publications

Permafrost-derived dissolved organic matter composition varies across permafrost end-members in the western Canadian Arctic

MacDonald, E.N., S.E. Tank, S.V. Kokelj, D.G. Froese, and R.H.S. Hutchins. 2021. Environmental Research Letters. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/abd971

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Permafrost-derived dissolved organic matter composition varies across permafrost end-members in the western Canadian Arctic

MacDonald, E.N., S.E. Tank, S.V. Kokelj, D.G. Froese, and R.H.S. Hutchins. 2021. Environmental Research Letters. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/abd971

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