YCEI Postdoctoral Research

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Belowground biotic interactions and how they respond to, and influence climate change via climate-ecosystem carbon feedbacks.

Thomas Crowther Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies 2012-2014

My research interests include soil, ecosystem and climate change ecology. Specifically, my work focuses on biotic interactions and how they respond to, and influence climate change via climate-ecosystem carbon feedbacks. My PhD work, conducted at Cardiff University, centered on the topic of soil biodiversity. This work advanced our...

Mining the written history of medieval Ireland for connections to human violence and climate change.

Francis Ludlow Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies 2012-2014

Francis Ludlow is a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Yale Climate & Energy Institute, where he works with Prof. Benedict Kiernan of the Department of History and Prof. Michael R. Dove of the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, on a project entitled...

Understanding the role of ocean dynamics in the transport, pathways and connectivity of marine organisms at different spatial and temporal scales.

Maria Andrea Pinones Department of Geology and Geophysics 2010-2012

I received my PhD and M.S. degrees in Oceanography from the Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography (CCPO) - Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Department at Old Dominion University.  Before I moved to the US I received a B.S. degree in Oceanography from the Catholic University of Valparaiso in Chile. 

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