Grace S. Brush

Research and Professional Interests

Dr. Brush's research focuses on biological and physical processes and their control of species distribution, the response of the terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem to climatic and human disturbances, using the fossil record of organisms and sediments, and atomospheric-biologic interactions in pollen dispersal. In 2004, Grace was awarded the Mathias Medal for her work affecting the Chesapeake Bay. 

Selected Publications:

Regional Experience:

North America – U.S. (Mid Atlantic Region)

Research Tools:

Laboratory Science, Conceptual Modeling, Field Research

Themes Categories:

Water in the Environment

People Categories:

NSF IGERT Participant


Grace Brush, paleoecology, Chesapeake Bay