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Michelle Mack lab
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Ecoss professor Michelle Mack is featured in the journal Fire as a woman leader in fire science. The article recognizes...
burning forest
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Tents at the Delta Campsite in Alaska
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Dr. Michelle Mack will be discussing the future vulnerabilities to Alaskan ecosystems and tools for permafrost assessment during the next...
View from an airplane of the smoke and blackened land in the Anaktuvuk River area in Alaska due to a wildfire.
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How healthy will Earth's ecosystems be in 2027, 2067 and beyond? It's an important question to ask, especially on World...
Portrait of Michelle Mack
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Research Interests As global temperatures increase, fragile ecosystems across the world are facing drastic changes, such as more extreme forest...
Portrait of Xanthe Walker, post-doctoral scientist, in rocky landscape.
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 Research Interests Walker’s research focuses on the impacts of climate change and disturbance from wildfires on tundra and boreal forest...
Hewitt mycorrhizal fungy illustration
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Like a long-distance food delivery app with no apparent highway, fungi that associate with shallow-rooted shrubs in the tundra are...
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Boreal forest fires emit large amounts of carbon into the atmosphere primarily through the combustion of soil organic matter1–3. During...
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Fire is a primary disturbance in boreal forests and generates both positive and negative climate forcings. The influence of fire...
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The boreal zone of Alaska is dominated by interactions between disturbances, vegetation, and soils. These interactions are likely to change...
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