As a Staff Scientist, Daniel draws from his experience as a field biologist and research scientist to perform data management, data analysis, quality control, technical writing, and fieldwork tasks for agricultural fate and exposure projects at Stone. Daniel's past research has focused on how the responses of vegetation to temperature and moisture drive the exchange and storage of carbon across a climatic gradient in New Mexico.
Years of Experience 8
Years at Stone 1
M.S., Biology, 2010, University of New Mexico, Concentration in Plant Physiology
B.S., Biology, 2005, Bennington College, Concentration in Plant Biology