Global Change Student Grant Competition
Awardees for 2003
- Mike Anderson, Department of Biology and Wildlife: Quantifying N2-fixation in Expanding Arctic Populations of Alnus fruticosa: A Phylogeographic Approach
Stacia Backensto, Department of Biology and Wildlife: The Common Raven (Corvus corax) in Relation to Oil and Gas Activities on the North Slope of Alaska
- Kendra L. Calhoun, Department of Biology and Wildlife: The Relationship Between Above and Belowground Species Composition in Boreal Coniferous Forests: The Missing Link in the Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function?
- Amy Breen Carroll, Department of Biology and Wildlife: Toward an Understanding of the History of Balsam Poplar Plant Communities in the Arctic
- Ross Coen, Northern Studies: The Voyage of the S.S. Manhattan: Climate Change and Industrial Development in the Arctic
- Paul Duffy, Department of Forest Sciences: The Role of Climate in the Disturbance Ecology of the Alaskan Boreal Forest: Implications for Future Climate Change
- Jamelle L. Duszynski and Brenda Naber, Department of Anthropology: Human and Natural Impacts on Steller Sea Lions over the Past 6500 Years: A Case Study on Archaeology and Human Ecology
- Evan S. Kane, Interdisciplinary Program (Forest Ecology): The Interaction Between Production and Landscape Position in Controlling Soil Carbon Accumulation in Fire-prone Black Spruce Ecosystems
- Jeremy Kasper, Marine Science and Limnology: Modeling the Effects of River Discharge, Windstress and Sea Ice on Arctic Coastal Erosion
- Tiffany L. Lefrancois, Department of Anthropology: An Historical and Human Ecology of Sea Otter Exploitation
- Andrew Mahoney, Geophysical Institute: Processes and Changes in Alaskan Landfast Sea Ice Evolution
- Mette R. Nielson, School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences: The Biological Coupling of Sea Ice Biota with Higher Trophic Levels off Barrow, Alaska
- Jonathan A. O'Donnell, Department of Biology and Wildlife: Nitrate Flux in a Boreal Forest Watershed: The Influence of Discontinuous Permafrost on Denitrification
- Wongyu Park, School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences: Glacier Bay as a Natural Field Laboratory for Measuring the Effects of Global Climate Changes on Larval Crab Recruitment
- Louann Rank, Department of Anthropology: Yupik Traditional Knowledge in Global Change Assessment
- Joni Reese, Department of Biology and Wildlife: Abiotic Factors Controlling Species Composition in Calcareous Fens, Tongass National Forest, Southeast Alaska
- Casie Stockdale, Department of Biology and Wildlife: Population Dynamics of Vicia cracca (Fabaceae): Insight into Invasion Success in Alaska
- Maegan Weltzin, Department of Biology and Wildlife: Effects of Hibernation Arousal on Learning and Memory in the Arctic Ground Squirrel AND Study of the Arctic Ground Squirrel's Natural Fear Response in the Wild
Student Awardees for 2002
Student Awardees for 2001
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