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- Moira Hough
- University of Arizona
- Biosciences West Room 310
- 1041 E Lowell St
- Tucson AZ 85721
Current, PhD, University of Arizona: Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
2013, MS, University of Arizona: School of Natural Resources & the Environment
2009, BA, Carleton College: Biology & Environmental Studies
I am broadly interested in understanding the role of organisms and biodiversity in driving biogeochemical cycles, particularly with respect to global change. My doctoral research focuses on tracing carbon transformations and fluxes through Arctic systems across a permafrost thaw gradient. As permafrost thaws, previously frozen carbon and nutrient pools are released. Simultaneously, associated hydrologic changes drive shifts in plant community composition with concurrent changes in microbial communities. I seek to understand how plant and microbial communities interact during these transitions and how they drive pathways of carbon flow within the system and export to other systems. I also teach inquiry-based outdoor science programs to K-12 students at the UA Sky School (https://skyschool.arizona.edu/).
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- JACOB F and MONOD J. Genetic regulatory mechanisms in the synthesis of proteins. J Mol Biol. 1961 Jun;3:318-56. DOI:10.1016/s0022-2836(61)80072-7 |
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