IDCE Students Profiles

Erin Miller (ES&P '2012)

Erin Miller (USA) received her B.A. in environmental and conservation biology from Clark in 2010. Miller is interested in freshwater ecology, particularly the effects of development and urbanization on freshwater ecosystems and the issues of invasive and endangered species in these environments. She has worked as an intern for the Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program of Mass Wildlife conducting surveys of stream systems in western Massachusetts for endangered fish species. She has also worked as a SCUBA diver assisting in the eradication of an invasive aquatic plant from lakes in New England. Miller's master's research involves evaluating the impacts of urbanization on the retention of organic matter in stream systems.