3319 Croul Hall
2311 Croul Hall
|Focuses on how terrestrial ecosystems work, with an emphasis on what controls the exchanges of gases and energy between land surfaces and the atmosphere.|
|Research is relevant to several environmental problems, including understanding changes in climate and global biogeochemistry.|
|Interdisciplinary approach, borrowing techniques and ideas from a range of academic disciplines, including plant physiology, community and ecosystem ecology, hydrology, micrometeorology, environmental physics and biogeochemistry.|
Expert in how terrestrial ecosystems work, changes in climate and global biogeochemistry and what controls the exchanges of gases and energy between land and the atmosphere.