Kathleen Savage works in Woodwell Climate’s Arctic and Tropics programs. Her primary research focus is on the impacts of climate change on greenhouse gas exchange in forest and wetland ecosystems.
Savage developed methodologies for continuous measurement of greenhouse gas fluxes, as well as data quality protocols, and taught those techniques to other scientists and students. One of her current projects involves investigating the biophysical drivers of the methane source-sink transition in Northern Forests.
Savage obtained her B.Sc. at York University in Toronto and M.Sc. at McGill in Montreal.