Adam Baumann

Education:
M.S. Environmental Science and Policy, Plymouth State University
B.S. Chemistry, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
 
Research Focus at UNH:
Acid Rain: Evaluating long-term trends in biologically relevant chemistry in relation to the emissions regulations of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments. Using remote and high elevation lakes to enhance our understanding of the effect atmospheric pollutants have on aquatic ecosystems.
Remote Sensing: Use of in-situ instrumentation to increase temporal and spatial resolution of nutrient and pollutant flux in surface waters. Influence of development and land-use on water quality.
Technical Support: Provide general technical support for instrumentation upkeep, maintenance and repair. Development of new methods. Instructional support for students on research and analytical methods.
 
Current Position & Contact Information:
Research Lab Manager
Flathead Lake Biological Station