Bird SOIL Biogeochemistry Research Group

 

Jeffrey A. Bird

Associate Professor, Queens College, CUNY

School of Earth & Environmental Sciences

PhD faculty in Earth & Environmental Sciences and Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Behavior Programs, The CUNY Graduate Center


Office: D-220 Science Bldg.

Lab: E223, E225, D104 Science Bldg.


Phone: (718) 997-3332   

email: jbird@qc.cuny.edu


Education: PhD Soil Biogeochemistry, UC Davis; MS Plant and Soil Science, University of VT; BS Soil Science, Cornell


ResearcherID: H-8751-2012; Orchid research page ; Researchgate

Graduate Students

Brian Brigham

MS Ecology, UCSD



Earth & Environmental

Science PhD Program

The CUNY Graduate Center

Research focus: The biogeochemistry and microbial ecology of C cycling in estuarine ecosystems (Hudson River), with an emphasis on the role of anthropogenic C and N inputs on the ecosystem-level C exchange processes.


NOAA National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) Graduate Research Fellowship (2010-2012)

Advanced to candidacy, 2012

email: babrigham@gmail.com

Research Staff

Undergraduate Research Assistants

Zachary Way                      

Biology MA                      

(Dennehy Lab)




Elsa Rosario                    

Biology MA                      

(Dennehy Lab)

Sally Kim (2016-present)

Senior thesis

(2017-present)

Jessenia Soriano

Research Focus: How do cities impact soil bacterial, fungal and viral communities?

Research Focus: How do cities impact soil bacterial, fungal and viral communities?

(2017-present)

Adolfo Coyotl

(2018-present)

Aster Volta