Jacqueline joined the lab from Villanova University where she worked as a Research Technician on biogeochemistry projects in Canada's boreal forest. She received her both Bachelor and Master of Science degrees from Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen in her home country of the Netherlands. Jacqueline's work in the lab examines deer effects on biogeochemistry across a productivity gradient in Michigan.
Born in Los Angeles and raised in Hillsdale Michigan, Buck worked at Ultra Aluminum from 2005 to 2007, attended Jackson Community College from 2007 to 2009, and attained his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science at the University of Michigan in 2012. Buck completed his work as a Frontiers Masters student characterizing the effects of the Forest Accelerated Succession Experiment (FASET) on soil mycorrhizal and fungal communities at the University of Michigan Biological Station in 2014. He is a currently a Doctoral Candidate in the lab, co-advised by Dr. Nadelhoffer and Dr. Tim James.