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New ECOSS study suggests phosphorus matters everywhere

New research from Northern Arizona University researchers challenges long-held assumptions that phosphorus limits aboveground plant growth mainly in tropical regions but not others. The paper, published this week in Nature Communications, suggests that this important nutrient actually helps govern plant production in temperate regions, too, and on every continent except […]

TRAP

The Ecoss Travel and Research Awards Program (TRAP) now includes two distinct categories: travel and research. Travel awards are designed to advance the applicant’s professional development by enabling activities such as attending a scientific meeting, visiting a lab for specialized training, collaborating on proposal development, or traveling to a research […]

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Ecoss scientists in the classroom

Dr. Natasja van Gestel presents research regarding the effects of climate change on the Antarctic ecosystem at the Sinagua Middle School. This presentation was part of the “Scientists in the Classroom” program, founded by Jillian Worrssam. The partnership between Sinagua Middle School teacher Kathryn Wertz and Ecoss will add authentic scientific research to the regular curriculum. […]

Employee Resources

New Employee Resources New Employee Orientation Conditions of Postdoctoral Service ROA Online Instructions NAU Resources Travel Forms Annual Travel Certification Exhibit J Exhibit J (30-day version) Exhibit J Tutorial Ecoss Travel Presentation Ecoss Travel Handout Ecoss Traveler Checklist Maximum Transportation, Lodging, and Meal Reimbursement Rates Maximum Per Diem Rates (Foreign/Alaska […]