The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands
Camille Stagg began working for the Wetland and Aquatic Research Center (formerly National Wetlands Research Center) in 2009, where she maintains an expertise in wetland ecology with specific interest in the impacts of climate change on ecosystem function and ecological restoration of affected wetlands. Her research focuses on how ecosystem functions, such as elevation change, primary production and decomposition, are affected by global climate change. Her goal is to understand how these functions and processes respond to conditions such as rising sea level, providing guidance for management and restoration of these systems.
ecological processes ecosystem diversity ecosystem functions ecosystems environmental assessment
RESTORE Science: Inventory of Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem Indicators Using an Ecological Resilience Framework
Restoration of Climate Change-Induced Retreat of Tidally Influenced Freshwater Forested Wetlands
Climate Change Effects on Coastal Marsh Foundation Species