Associate Research Scientist
Steve is a soil scientist in the Global Lands team of The Nature Conservancy and has a joint appointment as an Associate Research Scientist at Yale F&ES. He is working to develop cutting-edge science to support soil activities across The Nature Conservancy. He has an interdisciplinary background, with degrees in ecology, economics, and philosophy. Steve’s topical expertise is in soil and ecosystem ecology, sustainable agriculture, sustainability science, and statistical modeling.
Before joining The Nature Conservancy, Steve was a NatureNet Science Fellow at Yale, mentored by Jon Fisher at TNC and Mark Bradford at Yale. He has a PhD from Columbia University, a Masters from Yale F&ES, and a Bachelors from the George Washington University.