Associate Professor, ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY • INSTITUTE OF ARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1999
I am a plant community ecologist working at the interface of ecosystem, landscape and population biology. My goal is to apply cutting-edge “usable” science to the challenges of restoration, species invasion, and environmental change. My research group and I work with a range of conservation groups, government agencies and land managers to provide evidence-based solutions that take into account biodiversity, human well-being, and management opportunities. We employ a combination of long-term monitoring, modeling and experimental approaches in settings that range from alpine tundra to oak woodlands to grasslands. Common themes include plant-soil feedbacks, functional traits, species effects on ecosystem processes, and non-linear and threshold dynamics.
Alpine catena response to nitrogen deposition and its effect on the aquatic system. Iggy Litaora, M., Suding, K., Anderson, S.P., Lituse, G., Caine, N. (2018): Catena 170 (2018) 108–118
Optimizing available network resources to address questions in environmental biogeochemistry . Hinckley, E-L, Anderson, SP, Baron, JS, Blanken, PD, Bonan, G., Bowman, WD, Elmendorf, S, Fierer, N, Fox, A, Goodman, K, Jones, K, Lombardozzi, D, Lunch, C, Neff, J, SanClements, M, Suding, K, and Wieder, W (2016): BioScience, Volume 66, Issue 4, 1 April 2016, Pages 317–326,
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