- Dr. Billing's research characterizes the features governing nitrogen, carbon and water fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems, and how these dynamics are influenced by environmental change. She focuses on global-scale perturbations (e.g., changed precipitation patterns and temperature regimes, elevated carbon dioxide, altered nitrogen availability) in an effort to predict how Earth's biogeochemical cycles--and their dependencies on each other--will function in the future. Such work is critical for understanding the atmospheric composition and ecosystem production of our planet. Contact: 785-864-5889, email@example.com Department: Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Tuesday November 27, 2012 3:45pm - 5:00pm Haworth Hall, 1005
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