Terrestrial Ecosystem Function

  Work in our lab generally falls in the broad domain of terrestrial ecology, with an emphasis on how the biology of plants interacts with other components of ecological systems.

We also like to work on projects that attempt to productively apply this fundamental understanding to a variety of modern problems.

Ongoing projects include research on southeastern forests and climate change, biogeochemial consequences of vegetation change, drivers of isotope fractionation in plants, and large-scale modeling of isotope landscapes (isoscapes).

More information about our research and the people in the lab may be found by clicking through to the various sections.

Opportunities in the lab

We seek a creative, highly motivated postdoctoral associate to develop independent research efforts focused on the isotopic composition of trace gas fluxes from soils, more details here.

Interested in graduate work in the lab? If so, send your research interests and experience, career goals and a copy of your CV!