Dr. Jacqueline (Jacquie) Hung is an Arctic ecologist and researcher at the Woodwell Climate Research Center. Originally from Toronto, ON, she completed her PhD in Geography at Queen's University researching climate change effects on soil biogeochemistry and greenhouse gas exchange in the Canadian High Arctic. Jacquie's current research is focused on quantifying wildfire and permafrost thaw effects on Alaskan tundra landscapes. Her research helps refine models of permafrost greenhouse gas emissions and provides policymakers with data to incorporate these emissions into climate mitigation policy. When not camping in the tundra or analyzing samples in the lab, Jacquie can be found paddleboarding, scuba diving, and backcountry skiing.