Using mechanistic experiments and macro ecological models to understand biodiversity of the little things that run the world

Using mechanistic experiments and macro ecological models to understand biodiversity of the little things that run the world
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Professor Nate Sanders, Director of Environmental Programme at the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont will present in the SBS Research Seminar series.

Professor Sanders notes "My students, collaborators, and I work at the intersection of community ecology, ecosystem ecology, and macroecology, with an explicit focus on the consequences of global change. Specific areas of inquiry focus on the effects of climate change in mountain ecosystems around the world, the cascading consequences of sodium limitation in terrestrial ecosystems, and many aspects of the ecology of ants"

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Instructional programs: Environmental Studies, Natural ResourcesResearch: Global climate change ecology

Speaker
Professor Nate Sanders
Hosted by
Dr Lesley Lancaster
Venue
Zoology Lecture Theatre
Contact

No booking required - all welcome