Ted Auch

Ted received his PhD in 2010 from the University of Vermont investigating the effect of climate change on the plant-soil interface with a focus on leaf and coarse woody debris decomposition. Prior to that he pursued an MS at Virginia Tech modeling the factors most responsible for successful strip-mine and mountain removal mining reforestation success. He currently teaches courses in global biogeochemistry and soil ecology at Cleveland State and is the Great Lakes Program Coordinator at The FracTracker Alliance a research non-profit looking to identify and fill myriad socioeconomic, health, and environmental data gaps relative to the hydraulic fracturing industry and the US hydrocarbon industrial complex writ large.

Contact Information: auch@fractracker.org; 802-343-6771