Outreach and News



A new short-term flux tower was installed at the Burns Bog Seedling site to monitor CO2 fluxes from a 7-year old lodge-pole pine stand that sprouted following a fire in Burns Bog.


June and I presented at the CGU Annual meeting which was held in Banff this year.



A recent talk I gave during the UBC IRES Seminar Series on ‘Wetlands in a changing world: processes, feedbacks, and the climate benefits of wetlands’


Learn more about our recently funded work looking into the role of wetlands as nature-based climate solutions. Excited to work with this great team of researchers!

Honoured and thrilled to be named CRC in Eco-Meteorology! This is really a group accomplishment that reflects my amazing team (past and present) and all the wonderful and talented colleagues and mentors I’ve had the opportunity to worth with.


Thanks @Let’s talk science for featuring our work in your career profiles! See the accompanying interview here.

Marion’s paper was featured in EOS:



Coverage of our 2021 Global Change Biology Paper:



The UBC Geography department highlighting our 2019 BAMS paper:

An AmeriFlux blog post highlighting our FLUXNET-CH4 work:


A blog post I wrote describing life as a new faculty member:

2018 and Earlier

June (2016)

Coverage of our work on wetland restoration in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta:

October (2016)

An interview I did as part of STEM week at Los Altos High School in Los Altos, California: