Bonnie McGill

Postdoctoral Researcher, Burgin and Loecke labs
David H. Smith Conservation Fellow, Society for Conservation Biology
Primary office:
121 Takeru Higuchi Hall


Bonnie McGill website: (copy and paste link; KU blocks links)
Burgin Laboratory website


Academic degrees
Ph.D., Ecosystem Ecology, Michigan State University and the Kellogg Biological Station, 2018
B.A., Summa Cum Laude Biology, Washington & Jefferson College, 2006

Program affiliation
Burgin and Loecke labs

Areas of specialization
Soil and freshwater biogeochemistry

Smith Fellowship research project title: “Farming for a smaller dead zone: How agricultural conservation practices, artificial drainage, and climate change affect water quality in Iowa.”

Research interests

  • Water quality
  • Agricultural ecology
  • Global change
  • Coupled Human and Natural Systems (CHANS) / Socioecology
  • Agricultural conservation practices
  • Groundwater
  • Policy

    Please see Bonnie's CV for a list of publications.

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