Jazlynn Hall

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies

About me

I’m a recent PhD and current postdoctoral research associate in the Forest Futures Lab at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies. My PhD work drew from principles in ecology, hydrology, and geography to identify the effects of forest disturbance from extreme events on carbon sequestration and streamflow. For postdoctoral work, I am studying forest carbon in the western US and forest resilience to fire and other disturbances.

  • Forest disturbance and recovery
  • Carbon sequestration
  • Nature-based solutions
  • Forest ecosystem services
  • PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 2022

    Columbia University

  • MA in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 2018

    Columbia University

  • BS in Geography, BA in Anthropology, 2016

    University of Wyoming

Current Position

Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Postdoctoral Associate
Jun 2022 – Present New York

Recent Publications

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(2020). Hurricane-induced rainfall is a stronger predictor of tropical forest damage in Puerto Rico than maximum wind speeds. In Scientific Reports.

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