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Kim Miller

Research Scientist
Building 22, The Ridges

Dr. Kimberley Miller is an ecologist and biogeochemist experienced in soil microbiology and greenhouse gas measurements in field and laboratory settings. Her doctoral research explored the effects of climate change on methane production and release from permafrost soils in Arctic Alaska and Finland, including the use of advanced stable isotope techniques. Miller currently works as a post-doctoral researcher with Dr. Sarah Davis on a project looking at the potential for utilizing university food waste to generate sustainable biogas. Kim holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and environmental science from Coe College, and a PhD in Ecology from the University of California at Davis and San Diego State University.