Mark Winterstein - Major Professor

Teresa Nettleton Hollingsworth
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Teresa Nettleton Hollingsworth

Affiliate Research Ecologist
tnhollingsworth@alaska.edu
www.becru.uaf.edu/personnel/Teresa.htm
Office: 191 Arctic Health Research Bldg, 907.474.2424

Research Interests:
I am a boreal plant community ecologist interested in the variability in vegetation patterns in process across the landscape. In particular, my research focuses on post-disturbance succession, disentangling abitoic and biotic drivers of plant community composition, and the role of keystone plant species in community and ecosystem-level processes.

Donald (Skip) Walker
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Donald (Skip) Walker

Professor of Biology
dawalker@alaska.edu
www.geobotany.uaf.edu/userpages/swalker
Office: 262 Arctic Health Research Bldg, 907.474.2460

Lab: 258 Arctic Health Research Bldg

Research Interests:
Environmental biology; disturbance and recovery of arctic ecosystems; global tundra ecosystems; hierarchical geographical information systems; landscape ecology; landscape response to climate change; quantitative ecology methods.

Research Projects:

load Application of Space-Based Technologies and Models to Address Land-Cover/Land-Use Change Problems on the Yamal Peninsula, Russia
load Collaborative Research: Greening of the Arctic

IAB Publications:

load Search for publications by 'Walker, D.'

Graduate Students:

load Shawnee Gowan, Sarah Vining, Mark Winterstein

Post-Doctoral Fellows:

load Ina Timling