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Center for Global Change Student Research Grants - 1998 Awardees


Congratulations to the six students who received student research grants in 1998. These students and their projects are:

  • Richard Brenner
    Dept. of Biology and Wildlife and Institute of Arctic Biology

    The Consequences of Land-Use History and Chronic Nitrogen Deposition on Nitrifier Diversity

  • Mark P. Herzog
    Dept. of Biology and Wildlife and Institute of Arctic Biology

    Global Change Effects on the Interactions of Habitat Quality, Habitat Availability, and Life History Traits of Black Brant Goslings on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska

  • Jack W. McFarland
    Dept. of Biology and Wildlife and Institute of Arctic Biology

    The Relative Importance of Organic Nitrogen in Terrestrial Forest Ecosystems

  • Shad R. O'Neel
    Dept. of Geology & Geophysics and Geophysical Institute

    The Mendenhall Glacier and Its Response to Climate Change

  • Franklin R. Satterfield
    School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences

    Trophic Structure Analysis of North Pacific Salmon in Two Oceanic Regimes: A Retrospective Study Using Stable Isotopes del C-13 and del N-15

  • Jennifer Simmons
    Dept. of Atmospheric Science and Geophysical Institute

    Analysis of a Unique Data Set: Understanding the Polar Environment in a Changing Climate


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