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Clarice Perryman

Clarice Perryman is a new postdoctoral researcher in the Terrestrial Carbon Cycle group. Her MSc and PhD research used field- and lab-based approaches including flux measurements, incubations, stable isotope analyses, and characterization of peatland microbiota to investigate how climate change impacts including thawing permafrost and changing precipitation patterns may impact methane cycling in northern peatlands. Her research at Stanford will focus on methane cycling and emissions across diverse tropical peatlands. Clarice received her BA from Earlham College and her MSc and PhD from the University of New Hampshire. She is passionate about science communication and building community, and was an AGU Voices for Science Advocate and co-founded the Peatland Early Career Action Team (PEAT,