Rebekah Ingram, Research Associate
Rebekah is a Research Associate in the Peatland Restoration research program. She joined the team in 2019, following two years of work as an Environmental Geoscientist in the environmental consulting industry. Rebekah received a MSc in Earth and Environmental Sciences from McMaster University, where she researched the recovery of soil carbon in ombrotrophic bogs following wildfire as a member of the Ecohydrology Lab Group. Rebekah is enthusiastic about all things relating to peatlands on local and landscape scales including restoration, hydrology, hydrogeology, geochemistry, sedimentology, and geomorphology. At the centre Rebekah is involved in evaluating the success of peatland restoration trials through assessment of vegetation communities, peat accumulation, and carbon fluxes, as well as developing assessment tools which are more accessible and cost effective for practitioners.