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'''[http://eebweb.arizona.edu/faculty/saleska/lab.htm/ Laboratory for Biogeochemical Ecology]'''
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Research in the lab for biogeochemical ecology asks questions about how climate and environment interacts with community-level ecology to
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influence or control biogeochemical cycling from local to ecosystem to global scales. We use multidisciplinary approaches that combine
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classical techniques of field ecology and forestry with advanced technological methods (e.g., the micrometeorological eddy covariance method,
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isotopic techniques, and molecular biology) and modeling to integrate biogeochemical processes to ecosystem scales.

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in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department at the University of Arizona



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Laboratory for Biogeochemical Ecology

Research in the lab for biogeochemical ecology asks questions about how climate and environment interacts with community-level ecology to

influence or control biogeochemical cycling from local to ecosystem to global scales. We use multidisciplinary approaches that combine

classical techniques of field ecology and forestry with advanced technological methods (e.g., the micrometeorological eddy covariance method,

isotopic techniques, and molecular biology) and modeling to integrate biogeochemical processes to ecosystem scales.