M.S. , Biology, University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras, 2014
B.S., Biology, University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras, 2012
I am interested in ecosystem ecology and biogeochemistry, focused on tropical terrestrial ecosystems. I seek to advance our understanding of the response of plant and soil microbial processes to global change (i.e., drought, warming, land-use), and how this will affect carbon and nutrient cycling. As part of the NSF Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory, my research will focus on the coupling of biogeochemical cycles (Fe-C-P) and measuring trace gas fluxes in a dynamic soil redox environment across multiple spatial and temporal scales in the Luquillo Experimental Forest.
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African dust inputs and cloud chemistry. Omar Gutierrez del Arroyo (2014): All-hands Meeting of the Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory, Luquillo, PR
Diel patterns of soil respiration in a moist subtropical forest: key drivers and future research needs. Omar Gutiérrez del Arroyo, Tana Wood (2014): AGU Fall Meeting. San Fransisco, CA