Researcher List: Ecosystem-level Consequences of Mutualist Partner Choice in Alder across a Forest Successional Sequence in Interior Alaska

Knut Kielland
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Knut Kielland

Professor
kkielland@alaska.edu
people.iab.uaf.edu/knut_kielland
Office: 406 Irving 1, 907.474.7164

Lab: 408 Irving 1

Research Interests:
Biogeochemistry, plant physiological ecology, herbivory, predator-prey interactions.

Research Projects:

load Dangerous Ice: Human Perspectives on Changing Winter Conditions in Alaska
load Long-Term Ecological Research: Population ecology of snowshoe hare in Alaska taiga forests
load Ecosystem-level Consequences of Mutualist Partner Choice in Alder across a Forest Successional Sequence in Interior Alaska
load Primary Succession of Yukon River Floodplains

IAB Publications:

load Search for publications by 'Kielland, K.'

Graduate Students:

load Justin Burrows, Matthew Cameron, Thomas Glass, Madison McConnell, Claire Montgomerie, Justin Olnes, Jiake Zhou

Roger W. Ruess
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Roger W. Ruess

Professor of Ecosystem Ecology
rwruess@alaska.edu
people.iab.uaf.edu/roger_ruess
Office: 414 Irving 1, 907.474.7153

Lab: 407 Irving 1

Research Interests:
I am interested in regional consequences of changing climate-disturbance interactions for the resilience of Alaska's boreal forest.

Research Projects:

load Long-Term Ecological Research: Population ecology of snowshoe hare in Alaska taiga forests
load Ecosystem-level Consequences of Mutualist Partner Choice in Alder across a Forest Successional Sequence in Interior Alaska

IAB Publications:

load Search for publications by 'Ruess, R.'

Graduate Students:

load Robin Andrews, Iris Cato, Jackson Drew, Brian Houseman, Elizabeth Nicklen

Lee Taylor
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Lee Taylor

Senior Research Scientist
ltaylor@iab.alaska.edu
taylorlabunm.weebly.com/
Office: No Campus Office

Research Interests:
Plant-microbe interactions; microbial diversity.

Research Projects:

load Ecosystem-level Consequences of Mutualist Partner Choice in Alder across a Forest Successional Sequence in Interior Alaska
load IPY: A Community Genomics Investigation of Fungal Adaptations to Cold