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.
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 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.