Crusty lichen-covered rocks might not sound like the most obvious place to spark a kid’s interest in science. But that’s exactly what’s happening in a new study that teaches school kids about climate change science using the SEGA network of sites and their own backyard
Collaborative Research: Blending Ecology and Evolution using Emerging Technologies to Determine Species Distributions with a Non-native Pathogen in a Changing Climate
Principal Investigator (PI): Kristen Waring, NAU School of Forestry, 523-4920
A new study, authored by SEGA scientists, predicts how climate change affects the productivity of key foundational species.
Dr. Tom Whitham recently published an op-ed on livescience.com that has been picked up on YahooNews! in Canada, the UK, and Ireland on the topic of genetics and climate change.