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burning forest
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Professor Scott Goetz of NAU’s School of Informatics, Computing, and Cyber Systems (SICCS) is the lead principal investigator on the...
Hungate Science on Tap flyer
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Bruce Hungate, Ecoss Director, Regents' Professor, and McAllister Chair in Community, Culture, and Environment is presenting in Science on Tap...
IPCC logo
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Ecoss professor Ted Schuur is part of a select group of scientists charged with producing a landmark report examining the...
norma rivera core from aspen tree in alaska
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Nitrogen isotopes in tree rings record the history of the nitrogen cycle—the critical nutrient that limits growth in many US...
leshyk illustration biochar
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Biochar illustration by Victor O. Leshyk Scientists believe that biochar, the partially burned remains of plants, has been used as...
leshyk illustration rhizosphere
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A future is depicted in which rhizobacteria sourced from stressful areas around the world may be used as a metaphorical...
natasja van gestel lecturing in classroom

Dr. Natasja van Gestel Dr. Natasja van Gestel presents research regarding the effects of climate change on the Antarctic ecosystem at...
cover for oecologia
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Oecologia Giant Sequoia trees can be thousands of years old, are the most massive organisms on Earth, and reach astounding heights. But they...
cover page for biannual report
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Bi-annual report Ecoss Jan-Jun 2016 Members of the Center of Ecosystem Science and Society (Ecoss) have been very productive in...
science in the park
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Science in the Park, Flagstaff 2016 Water plus soil makes mud, right? It’s definitely mud when it’s on the kitchen...
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