Graduate Research Assistantships: Genetic and environmental effects on forest ecosystem function
The research groups of Dr. Eric Kruger, Dr. Erika Marin-Spiotta, and Dr. Rick Lindroth anticipate funding to support two Masters graduate research assistantships at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, beginning fall 2019. The focus of our collaborative research is to assess the consequences of disturbance-mediated changes in aspen stand structure and genetic composition for forest ecosystem function. Ecosystem-level processes of interest include net primary productivity, litter decomposition, nitrogen cycling and soil organic matter dynamics.
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