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Research: Role of conservation practices (e.g., cover crops) in reducing nutrient and pathogen export from agricultural watersheds
Anna Vincent is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Notre Dame. Under the direction of Dr. Jennifer L. Tank, she studies the role of conservation practices (e.g., cover crops) in reducing nutrient and pathogen export from agricultural watersheds. Her primary research foci emphasize the connections between human-ecosystem interactions and compromised water quality across land-use types. Within the scope of aquatic biogeochemistry, she is interested in the impact of aquatic contaminants on ecosystem processes. Ms. Vincent earned a B.S. in Biology (Ecology emphasis) from Loyola University Chicago in 2017, and subsequently earned her M.S. in Biology from Loyola Chicago in 2019.
Advisor: Jennifer Tank