Tiffany Troxler

Director, Sea Level Solutions Center

Researcher, Southeast Environmental Research Center


Dr. Troxler’s research focus is wetland ecosystems ecology. Her research employs approaches that include landscape- to local-scale hydrological monitoring of surface and groundwater water quality and ecosystem responses to environmental change. Her research informs management and restoration of coastal and freshwater wetland ecosystems. She currently leads a collaborative effort that will examine the effects of salinity inundation associated with sea-level rise on soil carbon balance in Everglades coastal wetlands. She is also contributing to a collaborative project led by the USGS to scale coastal carbon stocks and fluxes using remote sensing products. 

  • Wetland ecosystem ecology
  • Hydrological monitoring of surface and groudwater water quality
  • Climate change

  • Chris Silivan (Research Assistant)
  • Adam Hines (Field Manager)
  • Emily Standen (Senior Lab Technician)
  • Oliver Ljustina (Research Assistant)
  • Ben Wilson (Ph.D. Student)

  • Daniel Virden (M.S. Student)
  • Marbelys Garriga (Research Assistant)
  • Laura Bauman (Senior Lab Technician)
  • Ryan Stolee (Research Assistant)

Ph.D. in Biological Sciences Florida International University
B.S. in Environmental Science Florida International University
B.A. in Anthropology Tulane University

Tiffany G. Troxler

11200 SW 8th St, OE 148

Miami, FL 33199




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