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Contact Christina Stringer
My current research activities focus on carbon sequestration and cycling in mangrove ecosystems. At present, my investigations have been focused on the Zambezi Delta in Mozambique, with plans to expand to other sites in Mozambique and Tanzania within the next year. My work is part of The Sustainable Wetlands Adaptation and Mitigation Program (SWAMP), a collaborative effort by the USFS and Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) with support from the US Agency for International Development (USAID).
Hydrologic processes in mangroves and the role those processed play in controlling ecosystem structure and function
Past interests include quantification of submarine groundwater discharge to lake and coastal environments through the use of radioisotope tracers.
- University of South Florida, Geology , 2010
- Florida State University, Chemical Oceanography , 2004
- University of North Carolina- Wilmington, Chemistry , 2001
- Post-Doctoral Research Hydrologist, USFS Center for Forested Wetlands Research
2013 - Current
- Hydrologist, Bureau of Indian Affairs
2009 - 2013
- Graduate Teaching Associate, University of South Florida
2005 - 2009
- Research Associate, US Geological Survey
2005 - 2007
- Graduate Research Assistant, University of South Florida
2004 - 2005
- Graduate Research Assistant, Florida State University
2002 - 2004
- Society of Wetland Scientists, General Member (2004 - Current)
- Stringer, Christina E.; Trettin, Carl C.; Zarnoch, Stanley J.; Tang, Wenwu. 2015. Carbon Stocks Of Mangroves Within The Zambezi River Delta, Mozambique.