Warming climate affecting Alaska berries

Christa P. H. Mulder
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Christa P. H. Mulder

Professor of Plant Ecology
cpmulder@alaska.edu
people.iab.uaf.edu/christa_mulder
Office: 412 Irving 1, 907.474.7703

Lab: 405 Irving 1, 907.474.7161

Research Interests:
Relationships between species diversity and ecosystem processes; plant-animal interactions.

Research Projects:

load Are Alaskan Pollinators Abandoning Native Berries for Exotic Clover?
load Assessing Wildfire Burn Susceptibility to Invasive Plant Colonization in Black Spruce Forests of Interior Alaska

IAB Publications:

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Graduate Students:

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Katie Spellman
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Katie Spellman

katie.spellman@alaska.edu
sites.google.com/a/alaska.edu/katie-spellman/
Office: 405 Irving 1, 907.474.7161

Lab: 405 Irving 1, 907.474.7161

Research Interests:
Visit our research and outreach website on the interactions between invasive plants, pollinators and Alaskan berries: https://sites.google.com/a/alaska.edu/melibee-project/