Audrey Lindsey is an environmental scientist and environmental educator, focused on the interactions between plants and soil. Her master's thesis on the soil & leaf chemistry of a Costa Rican rainforest - Foliar Stoichiometry is Marginally Sensitive to Soil Phosphorus Across a Lowland Tropical Rainforest - was published in the peer-reviewed journal Ecosystems last year. She has also communicated her studies of soil by presenting at the conferences of the Ecological Society of America and American Geophysical Union, and by co-authoring peer-reviewed papers in Soil Biology & Biochemistry and PLoS One. She has taught environmental science in NYC parks, NYC k-12 classrooms, and as a U.S. Forest Service camp & hiking guide. She currently teaches college courses on the environment at Pratt Institute and Guttman Community College.