Our lab focuses on how the processes that determine the structure and function of ecological communities are altered by multiple and co-occurring forms of human-based environmental change.
My research interests is to understand how plant-soil linkage will be influence by ongoing climate change in cold biome. I love to know the complicate relationship between plants and related organisms in soil.
I am interested in the distributions of plant growth forms and richness along environmental gradients, especially tree lines in the northern Great Plains and in alpine systems, such as Abisko.
My research focus is on the impacts of climate change on cold-adapted ecosystems in relation to carbon cycling and vegetation community dynamics.
I am an ecologist who is not only interested in the effects of a changing environment on ecosystem processes, but also very much in the mechanisms behind it.
I am a terrestrial field ecologist with special interest in cold ecosystems. With the use of various approached spanning from field experiments, natural gradients and observations I study how the role of mosses in arctic ecosystems is affected by climate change.
I am interested in the long-term development of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems and how this affects biogeochemical cycling at a range of spatial and temporal scale.
My primary research aim is to assess impacts of climate change on land-water-atmosphere interactions.
I am an ecosystem ecologist with a passion for high latitude ecosystems and am interested in the interplay of plants and their environment, specifically belowground.
I am a plant and ecosystem ecologist, focusing on plant-nutrient-soil interactions in high latitude ecosystems.
I am a terrestrial ecologist with a specific interest on herbivore-plant-soil interactions and their impacts on ecosystem’s biogeochemical cycles.