Chloe Eggert Staff Scientist
Chloe is a staff scientist at Stone with applied laboratory and field experience in biogeochemical storage, watershed modeling, and water quality in the southeastern United States. While pursuing her Master of Science at Auburn University, she investigated non-point source pollution of geographically isolated wetlands in the southeast United States, utilizing paleolimnological techniques to assess biogeochemistry of wetland sediment, as well as how wetlands store and process nutrients from agricultural watersheds. When not presenting her methodologies and findings at conferences throughout the United States, she was a lab manager at Auburn's paleoenvironmental laboratory and a mentor in the Collaborative Approaches Among Scientists and Engineers Research Experience. She is a member of the Society of Wetland Scientists and the Society for Freshwater Science, Southeast Chapter.
Years of Experience 5
Master of Science, Crop, Soil, and Environmental Science, 2022, Auburn University & Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center
Bachelor of Science, Environmental and Ecological Science, 2020, Elon University