Research Associate IV, Watershed Hydrology Lab and CSREES Water Quality Program
Office: 13 Coastal Institute Kingston,
Kelly Addy is a watershed hydrologist who focuses on watershed sources and sinks of nitrogen. She has researched nitrogen removal in riparian groundwater, salt marshes, headwater streams, and beaver ponds – all with the goal to guide restoration and protection efforts to protect coastal waters from cultural eutrophication. She also dabbles in writing fact sheets and web content translating water resources science to general audiences.