Dr. Sandra M. Clinton is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from McGill University, a Master’s degree in Zoology from Arizona State University and a Ph.D. in Forest Resources from the University of Washington.
- Ecology of freshwater water aquatic systems
- Diversity of ecosystems including Boreal Shields lakes, desert streams, floodplain rivers, urban streams, and managed systems such as wastewater treatment facilities
- Stream microbial diversity and how changes in microbial community structure can explain variability in rates of nutrient cycling and energy flow
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Department of Geography & Earth Sciences