Earth Sciences, Climate Change, Geography
University of Tennessee
Elizabeth works freelance editor, both for academic manuscripts and general nonfiction works. She focuses on using knowledge on past climate systems to understand how future climate change may impact people and the environment. In graduate school, she conducted research on understanding past climate conditions in changes through various proxies in lake sediment in the Caribbean.
Elizabeth received a Bachelor of Arts in Geography and Sustainability and a Master of Sciences in Physical Geography from the University of Tennessee.
I'm passionate about making that information about the natural environment readily available to everyone. Once we understand the current environmental issues we are facing, we can move towards solving them.
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