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Ph.D. Student in Environment and Resources, admitted Autumn 2022
Leona is interested in exploring local carbon budgets and air quality along rural-urban population gradients and economic gradients, developing new, comprehensive lenses into biogeochemistry using a socio-ecological framework. Additionally, she aims to understand community perceptions of/responses to climate change to identify emission risk tolerance and consequences of climate burdens. She is a Knight-Hennessy scholar, an NSF Graduate Research Fellow, and a Dean's Graduate scholar.
B.S., George Washington University, Biology with honors, minor in Sustainability (2021)