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Linking climate change to ecosystem assembly and functioning

As part of a collaborative project, Professor Byron Adams (Brigham Young University) and colleagues Diana Wall (Colorado State University), Noah Fierer (University of Colorado), Berry Lyons (The Ohio State University) in the USA, and Ian Hogg (Polar Knowledge Canada) are investigating settings in the Transantarctic Mountains to understand how land-based ecosystems have responded to climate change. The team is seeking to find out how communities of soil organisms changed and re-assembled as they emerged from the last ice age.

Read more about this project at: http://researchfeatures.com/2017/12/21/climate-change-ecosystem-assembly-functioning/